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Burpple Beyond

Burpple Beyond

Featuring Dumpling Darlings, Nipong Naepong (Jem), Narrative Coffee Stand, Noods & Meats, Merely Ice Cream (Our Tampines Hub), Mellower Coffee (Republic Plaza), La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Bar
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We oredered the Primavera and Ravioli. The pizza curst was fluffy and chewy (yet not overly dough-y), exactly how I like my pizzas. The ravioli had a strong truffle aroma and taste but got overly cloying towards the end because it was too creamy for my liking. The ravioli dough was also abit too thick for my liking.

Nonetheless, it was a good meal and way too much even for two very hungry people. Maybe cus we ate too much of the complimentary bread which was just soooo good!!

Nice ambience as well but it was too hot to sit outside in the afternoon. Will be back to order the pizza and try a different pasta!

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Had the 1 for 1 lunch set which came with a bowl of noodles, a side of 4 dumplings and a drink ($16).

We were served with pickled beansprouts as an appetiser. It was refreshing.

We got the fried pierogi and smoked duck. Both were good and i honestly can't decide which was better. Both were just so different. The pierogi was filled with truffle mash and surprisingly went well with the crisp outer dumpling skin. The smoked duck was also perfectly cooked and the dumpling skin was just the right thickness and texture. Was really impressed by the dumplings and will definitely come back to try the rest.

Sadly the noodles were lacklustre. Just didn't really enjoy the texture of the noodles although it was rather tasty.

Overall, still a satisfying meal and will come back to use my other lunch coupon.

So happy that they opened a second outlet in the east!

We got salted butterscotch and chocolate atop a fluffy waffle ($6.70) - everything was extremely satisfying. The waffle was not as buttery as I remembered it to be, but texture was still good.

Note that it a very small outlet with only 4 counter seats.

Will definitely return to try the other flavours with their cone (which I remembered to be good as well).

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Sadly, I've used finish all four coupons for this place. Love the chill cosy vibes - perfect tea time hideaway when I'm sick and tired of work.

Black coffee is slightly too acidic for me and it's a bit weird that they don't serve cappuccino. Nonetheless, would still pay full price for a drink here ($6 per cup)

Chanced upon this cosy little cafe and turns out that its on BB as well. We had the iced mocha and iced black. Both were good - mocha was thick and chocolatey and the ice black was aromatic and not overly acidic.

Had a nice time chilling at this place. The owner was also super friendly and was so knowledgeable and passionate about coffee. Would really recommend stopping by if you're in the vicinity!

We paid $6 for two good quality drinks - definitely a steal! Will return for sure.

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Given the limited choices available on BB for Sunday lunch around CBD area, we found ourselves at Noods & Meats.

Got the Bae Noods and Bebek Noods (which we changed to rice). Bebek was supposed to be roasted duck confit, but it was unlike any other confit I've ever had - meat was tough, dry and did not fall off the bone. The only saving grace was its smoky flavour and that it had the right amount of charred bits.

Bae Noods didn't fare much better either. Granted, the noods did taste like nice, atas ban mian, but the beef brisket was lacklustre. Honestly, all we could taste was the fat which was too rubbery. Truffle taste and aroma was surprisingly strong. Note that the portions are quite small.

They had really good service though; although BB listed their opening hours as 11am, they actually only open at 12pm, but the staff let us order anyway.

Spent $22 for 2 dishes and an iced coffee (which tasted like instant coffee).

Really wanted to like this place, but it fell short of my (already very low) expectations. Don't think I will return.

We've been here at least 10 times and we freaking love the food here.

I used to love the ro ppong (pictured in foreground) - cheesy, the noodles have the perfect bite and they are so generous with the ingredients. Really the ultimate comfort dish. However, can be abit jerlat for one person to eat this on his/her own. So we always order a soupy dish to complement with the ro ppong.

My favourite dish now would have to be the cha ppong (pictured in background) - there's just so much dimension to the flavour? The first thing that hits you is the aroma, then you get the intense "wok hei" flavour and thereafter you get the spice and the seafoody flavour. I don't know why I'm getting so emotional talking about a dish, but I really LOVE the cha ppong. Downside though, even the level 1 is a bit toooo spicy for me (but then again I find 小辣 mala too spicy)....

I think the best part about this is that it's 1 for 1 on Burpple Beyond!! Once we finish with the coupons for the jem outlet we're gonna use the ones at Somerset :p

Their drinks are a tad too sweet and slightly pricey, so we usually just order bottled water (cus cha ppong very spicy......)

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