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1-for-1 in Orchard

Burpple's guide to Orchard's best — excellent steak, sushi and more. Enjoy 1-for-1 deals on Burpple Beyond: www.burpple.com/beyond
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Hailing from Guangdong, this grilled fish concept in Somerset hits the mark for a fun dinner with your friends. Get the Grilled Fish with Green Peppercorns ($39.90) — smoky, juicy fish steeped in mildly spicy soup. On sides, share the cold Chicken in Chilli Sauce ($9.90) and the Double Taste Rice Cakes ($7.80) for dessert!
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Nail your next date night at this multi-concept venue and shoot straight for the Entrecote Steak ($34.90). The lean yet tender sirloin is sliced up and smothered in an addictive, creamy chicken liver sauce. Did we already mention it comes with free-flow fries to mop up all that sauce? Yes, yum.
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Expect the freshest, thick-cut sashimi in this unassuming no-frills Jap joint. Both the Salmon ($4.90) and Hamachi ($5.90) are worth ordering with 1-for-1, but be sure to bulk up your order with their generously portioned Chirashi Don ($24.90)!
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The 8 Flavours Pork Set ($98) here features eight slabs of marinated pork belly, beansprouts, kimchi and a stew to share. If there's still tummy space, splurge on the juicy good deal for 1-for-1 Argentinian Beef! Cooking is done for you here, so file this one for a hassle-free dinner with the gang.
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Those with a sweet tooth, go to the dark side with double the Single Origin Chocolate Pastries Platter ($12). Don't let the petite portions fool you, each of the four pastries are packed with rich, decadent chocolate flavours.
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Head to basement at 313 to find this favourite for hearty Korean fare. Come rainy nights, count on an order of the flavour-packed Beef Rib Stew ($18) to warm your belly. For sides, don't miss the scrumptious Crabmeat Egg Roll ($12.90) and Tomato Cheese Kimchi Pancake ($13) to share.
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You're in for a lot of fun digging into the fat, juicy tiger prawns, Boston mussels and venus clams. Go for the Caboodle Mix, a garlic butter sauce with local and Louisiana herbs and spices — lots of oomph! The seafood's great with a side of their Spiced Rice ($2), especially to soak up leftover sauce!
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For your next brunch blowout, find a stylish spot in this menswear label cafe. The nosh is surprisingly Asian-inflected, with the distinctly flavoured Laksa Pizza ($22) a community favourite. There's also Pork Crackling $15), stacked with oozy egg and onion rosti to satisfy.
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To fuel you through a hard day's work: lunchtime, funtime burgers with the team! The well-seared Wagyu Beef Burger ($13) is a steal with 1-for-1. Otherwise, go with the Sriracha Chicken ($16) and its hot and spicy, charred chicken patty. Both come with sweet potato fries to snack on between mouthfuls.
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