New on Burpple Beyond: November 2019

New on Burpple Beyond: November 2019

New 1-for-1 deals! Get fried chicken rice bowls at Paddyfolks, Labanese fare at Tabbouleh, breakfast platters at Crossroads Cafe and more!
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For a quick and easy weekday dinner, turn to this casual eatery located in Toa Payoh Central for belly-warming Thai nosh. Fill up on the Chicken Phad Thai ($6), featuring kway teow noodles with a good bite and plenty of ingredients, before getting the tender Stir-Fried Chicken with Cashew ($9.90) to share. Served deep-fried, the Crispy Kang Kong ($8.90) sporting a light and crisp Tempura-esque batter comes highly recommended by the community as well – remember to dip that in the creamy and aromatic dip that comes with it!
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North-East dwellers, make a mental note of this claypot joint to keep you warm on rainy nights. Grab a buddy and order the Burpple Set, which sees a choice of main (pick between the succulent Mala Chicken or clean-tasting Chicken Herbal Soup), salted vegetables and a refreshing lemongrass basil seed drink each. Also get their flavourful and tender Sesame Oil Chicken (from $5.50) to share, which is a house-favourite you should not miss out on.
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Housed in Bishan Sports Centre, this month-old cafe serves up feel-good rice and noodle bowls perfect for a post-workout meal. Run by the brains behind Citrus By The Pool, go for foolproof options like the crisp and tender Baked Salmon ($13.90), and the Pineapple Salsa Salad Bowl ($12.90) – think tangy pineapple salsa, fresh prawns, juicy sautéed mushrooms, and creamy avocado on crisp romaine lettuce. The baked Herb Crusted Dory ($10.90) with a wonderfully crispy crust is another must-have.
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On leisurely weekends, round up the gal pals for a spot of afternoon tea at this relaxing lounge-cafe located in Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. The English Afternoon Tea Set ($38) includes assorted sandwiches, tea cakes, macarons, flaky pastries, chocolate pralines and the community-favourite buttery and warm raisin scones served with a side of cream, butter and assorted jams. Wash that down with a pot of tea or cup of coffee of your choice!
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When those savoury pie cravings hit, turn to this pizza joint along Penhas Road for a quick fix. The fragrant Truffle Mushroom Pizza ($18) sees a fail-safe combo of white cream sauce, truffle and mushrooms sitting on a biscuity base. Spice lovers, go for the cheesy Chilli Crab Pizza ($18) with generous chunks of crab meat topped with a savoury-sweet chilli crab sauce and chilli padi.
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Easties, pop by Macpherson Community Club for a relaxing afternoon brunch at this bistro cum bakery. Come here for the rice bowls – we recommend the Yakiniku Beef Bowl ($11.90) for thin slices of tender beef sautéed in an umami yakiniku sauce, or the Chicken Katsu Bowl ($10.90) – juicy, deep-fried chicken slathered in a delicious mayo and katsu sauce. P.s. All rice bowls come with seasonal veggies and a runny, sous vide egg.
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Grab a colleague and unwind over a much-deserved Thai feast at this casual, industrial-style spot along Lorong Telok. Fire up the succulent Gai Hor Bai Toey ($10) (Thai-style pandan chicken) or the smoky Pad See Ew ($6.50) – kway teow fried with Thai soy sauce. No Thai meal is complete without a kicky Tom Yum Talay ($10) featuring aromatic and zingy tom yum soup with seafood. P.S. Remember to share it all!
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Pop by this lunch bowl spot along Cecil Street for quick and easy lunches around the CBD. Their Build Your Own Bowls ($8.90) includes a base, protein, three sides, one topping and sauce of your choice. On proteins, opt for the crunchy and flavourful Baked Dory or the tender Chicken Breast to go with good-for-you Japanese brown rice or aglio olio fusili. Top that with the creamy and smooth Broccoli Purée, which comes highly recommended by the community.
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This spin-off by the brains behind Birdfolks specialises in takeaway rice bowls perfect for on-the-go lunches around Cityhall. Expect similar signatures as their sister brand at this joint, like their highly raved fried chicken and variety of flavoured rice. First-timers, go for the foolproof Signature Fried Chicken with Garlic Butter Rice (from $9.90). Otherwise, the Oriental Chicken with Cilantro Lime Rice (from $9.90), reminiscent of chicken rice with a twist is also delicious.
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When weekends come around and brunch beckons, head over this al fresco cafe at the entrance of Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Come with an empty stomach and dive straight for the lavish Crossroads All-Day Breakfast Platter ($27) – think bacon, mushrooms, hash brown, eggs and sausage paired with toast (choice of sourdough or wholemeal) or an English muffin. Don't miss out on the decadent Primetime Burger ($38), featuring lightly seasoned wagyu beef patty accompanied by seared foie gras, bacon, Stilton cheese, pickled onions, arugula and a spread of black garlic aioli sandwiched between a charcoal bun.
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Turn to this Lebanese cafe-restaurant along Arab Street for after-work dinners with the colleagues. Good for sharing is the Mezze Platter ($25), featuring an array of mezze (small dish) platters made in-house, from creamy hummus to aromatic baba ganoush (mashed cooked eggplant mixed with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, and various seasonings) and delightful labneh (Lebanese yogurt with olive oil and mint) – complete with free-flow flatbread! Don't miss out on the flavourful charcoal-grilled Chicken Mandi ($23) on pillowy basmati rice, which Burppler Wx Woo claims to be amazing.
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Jetting off? This chill bar housed in Changi Airport Terminal 3 is the perfect spot to keep yourselves occupied before boarding. If you're feeling , the freshly fried Popcorn Chicken ($12) and the crispy and generously portioned Calamari Rings ($12) from the bar snacks menu are great tummy-fillers. Pair that with a drink or two – there's draft beer, house pour liquors and wine by the glass. We recommend the medium-bodied Noblesse Cabernet Sauvignon ($16) with a smooth finish. P.S. There's a pool table here too!
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