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Latest Reviews for Burpple Guides in Beauty World

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nothing fanciful abt this cafe. owner was unfriendly.. cake n coffee was so so only. not worth the visit guy. 4 cakes 3 coffee 4 teas = $67.50

Started my meal with excitetment but ended it with disappointment. Indeed, the variety of side dishes(free flow) is what I'm here for! But.. Sadly, none of them was my favorites(because All were mediocre or even worst than that). The seafood soup pratically just tasted of MSG with slight sweetness of the sea and it's served with 1 LARGE prawn, mushy crab and generous amount of clams. Could it be I made a wrong choice in my selection of menu?! 🤔🤔🤔


Eggs benedict (spot that flowy yolk) with salmon atop a buttery crisp croissant muffin.
The usual suspect done right in this cafe decked out in what may seem like random vintage items lying around, but really these are for sale. The house-churned bakes are another thing to try - already eyeing the lavender cruffin for the next time...
Great spot to chill and focus for the weekend, with the WiFi and plugs. #carpenterandcook #eggsbenedict #herpenandfork #sgblogger #sgfoodie #8dayseat #burpple #vscofood #openricesg #cafehoppingsg #instafood #instafood_sg #onthetable #stfoodtrending

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Decent coffee ☕️
Nice place to chill on the weekends not overly crowded with so-so service. The cashier told me to slow down my order after only saying 2 things.... (I think she was probably new)
Nonetheless, join as a member anyway to collect points and enjoy discounts on your next visit (just remind them that you’re a member and that you want to use the discount when paying)

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Great place to stop by to chill or on a weekend because I feel that it’s not bustling with people on a Sunday morning. Iced chocolate tasted alright but had some bits of Chocolate bits here and there.

Where the lemon was devoid of any meringue, Carpenter and Cook’s petite passionfruit tart had all of that on it. Their Passionfruit Meringue Tart was admittedly not my favourite or anyone else’s at the table. We all agreed that the combination of the sweet, tropical passionfruit and the torched meringue seemed a little senseless. They weren’t complementary elements, but rather additive — both were sweet to different degrees. Hence, there wasn’t any real complexity or heights to its taste. 🧐

You’re better off trying their other things like their Lemon Meringue Tart which I tried alongside this. The Passionfruit Meringue Tart didn’t come cheap either - it was $5 at least for something that’s a fraction of the size of a saucer. 😨 (6.1/10)


While many cafés sell their lemon-flavoured tarts with torched meringues, Carpenter & Cook puts forward to us a more naked alternative of the classic dessert.

Tasting their Lemon Cream Tart made me realise for a second how superfluous meringues can be. They don’t add much to the overall flavour, functioning mainly as a sweet counterpart to the tartness of the lemon filling in the mini pie.

Having this tart in its bare yellow-awash, lemon-imbued glory meant that I was able to realise the real appeal of tart, tangy desserts — refreshing is the word we’re looking for. The acidity that lands on one’s palette will definitely have them twitching for a split second, but what will follow is this rush of excitement and happiness that will induce a smile, and then a desire to have more.

Too bad to anybody who can’t appreciate sour sweets, but thanks as well because that means there’s more for me! (7.2/10) 😘😂