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~$10/pax
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First time eating at a proper Turkish restaurant so not sure if the taste of the food is considered authentic. For those intending to use Burpple, take note that you shouldn't make a reservation on google - had a strange experience of being made to call on the spot to cancel the reservation before we were allowed to redeem the deal. Food was alright, nothing to shout about personally. Portion was ok, but for the quality/quantity probably wouldn't be worth it without the 1 for 1. Best dish of the day was ghe kunefe - be warned that it takes quite long to prepare (more like 20mins instead of the 10mins mentioned). Did expect it to be bigger for the price when I first saw it, but as it is quite cheesey on the inside, the portion is enough as it can get quite jelak even when sharing. Total bill was around $90.

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๐Ÿ’•Poached Rice with Assorted Seafood Shrimp Broth Served with Crispy Brown Rice.
The shrimp broth was umami and rich , served with assorted seafood and crispy brown rice for crunchiness.
๐Ÿ’ฐ58.00++.
๐Ÿ’• Doubled-boiled Chicken Soup with Fish Maw, Bamboo Fungus & Matsutake Mushroom served in Coconut.
Light, balanced flavour nourishing soup served with fish maw, bamboo fungus and matsutake mushroom.
๐Ÿ’ฐ$48++

For more information can visit https://www.yi-restaurant.com.sg/

๐Ÿ“่— yรฌ by Jereme Leung.
Raffles Hotel, 328 North Bridge Road, #03-02, Raffles Arcade, Singapore 188719

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A bustling spot to enjoy some authentic Middle Eastern cuisine!

Kunafe is freshly baked shredded filo pastry with butter and cheese, served hot with sugar syrup and whipped cream - $13.90

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Parma Ham Galette (S$21++)
Actually wanted Keema Curry but unavailable.

White (S$5.50++/ 5oz)

Read plenty of good reviews on this place, but have always been skeptical of this due to how dry and ordinary the pork chops look in all those reviews.

But I was so wrong. The Pork chop was very good. It was crispy, it was flavourful, it was tender.

The fried rice was served with coleslaw and a sunny side up. Auntie was generous enough to give me a spoon of mixed vegetables as she was low on coleslaw.

Fried rice was fairly ordinary, like something my army canteen cook up.

But the star or the show is definitely the pork chop.

I will return again to try their chicken chop and fish, read many good reviews on them as well.

Supreme Pork Chop Rice has been operating since 1991, so surely their food won't go wrong.

Cheap, filling and affordable.

#Cheap&Good

Enjoyable for a mix of sushi and something warm, comes with fruits

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This is good enough to bring me back to Thailand. Comes with a good amount of prawns and mushrooms and it has a well-balanced spicy-sour taste, making it perfect especially on rainy days ใ€‹$12

The fried rice lacks wok-hei while the omelette is too rich (creamy and buttery) which gets jelak over time. They are however generous with the portion and crab meat makes it value for money. The chunks of crab meat were fresh, sweet and went really well with their tangy, sweet and savoury chilli. Pair it with the fried rice for more flavours ใ€‹$10

If you have more people to share, they also have a special omelette fried rice ($29) that comes with fried rice, garlic pork, Thai basil pork and seafood omelette with crab meat and prawn.

Having jap food in a bar. Worth it with burpple as you can order anything in the menu that is above 8 bucks for the complimentary dish. The beef was fried with garlic that makes it really fragrant.