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Great Deals At A Steal 😋

Great Deals At A Steal 😋

Burpple Beyond and more. Always on the lookout for affordable eats and deals!
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Deal: Burpple Beyond 1-for-1

In Japanese, “maze” means “to mix”, which is exactly how you should eat this! 😋 I had their bestseller (Nagoya style mazesoba), and it was really good! Dry ramen topped with a soft, oozing egg, spicy minced pork and loads and loads of spring onions! (A warning to those who detest spring onions: this is probably not the ramen for you) My dining partner had the karaage mazesoba, which we found equally good!

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Deal: Weekday Lunch Special 1-For-1 (12-2.30pm)

La Nonna Pizza is their signature pizza: Egg, black truffle and asparagus! Initially I thought it sounded the ingredients sounded rather odd, but after reading sooo many reviews about it, I decided to try it and it was really worth the hype! 🙌🏼 It tastes a lot better than it sounds. It really is A Really Great Pizza. I love the runny egg yolk in the middle and how the crust is just the perfect thickness. You really can’t stop at one slice!

Deal: Weekday Lunch Specials 1-For-1 (12-2.30pm)

This is the place to go if you want quality Italian food at affordable prices (go during lunchtime on weekdays for 1-for-1!)

The crab meat linguine is my favorite pasta here! It ticks all the right boxes - creamy tomato sauce, generous chunks of crab meat and perfectly al dente pasta! Taglierini truffle was great as well! It was creamy (but not overly so) and was served with a generous serving of shiitake mushrooms and black truffle cream. The truffle taste was not too overpowering, which can be the case for some other restaurants. Overall, really great food made even better with the 1-for-1 deal!

Deal: Entertainer 1-for-1

Carbonara spaghetti!! With bacon, onions, parsley and Parmesan cheese and best of all - slow cooked egg!! One of the better carbonara in the area!

Deal: Entertainer 1-for-1
(Note that Burpple Beyond is not applicable to pastas)

This was such a delight! Al dente linguine in prawn bisque sauce, topped with fresh tiger prawns and juicy Japanese scallops. They were generous with their prawns and scallops too. The only complaint would be that the restaurant had so many flies and we spent most of the meal swatting away flies. Definitely not what I would expect from such a highly-rated restaurant at the lobby of a hotel. Nonetheless, the food itself was delicious.

Deal: Burpple Beyond

Tucked away on the 4th floor of a co-working space, this cafe provides a conducive environment to catch up with your friends (or your work).

We initially visited the cafe with the intention of trying their Build Your Own Bowls but realized that it was not redeemable with Burpple Beyond, so we settled for toasts instead. And boy was it a blessing in disguise!The ham and cheese toast ($11) was not unlike a pizza - toasted with a warm, gooey cheese topping, and it was delightful! However, the Nutella and banana toast ($8) stood out to me. Would definitely be making a return trip to try out the other toasts!

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