Not sure why it too soooo long for Beard Papa to come up with this. This Kaya Cream Puff ($3) is just pure genius. Expect a fragrant pandan flavour infused into the light cream, encased in a crusty puff. Everything about this is LOVE.
It was SO good, we came back twice in a day.
Juice fermentation & lavender honey.
Flavor of that week: Plum a.k.a "sng muay".
This chicken wings coated like somewhat bbq stingray sauce which give your taste buds booming! Really a good stater dish! Really worth the Money!
Classic yet filling! This is not any ordinary mac and cheese!
Serves with sliced thick juicy chicken with garlic bread
Worth the money!
Variety of flavour to choose for your sinfully Milkshake! I chooose this two wonderful flavours :
Chocolate + Caremel
Every milkshake comes with two smores marshmellow!
Pricing : $10++
And as alway, we tend to over order 😂 here is only half of what we had. Do you have any personal favourite place for Thai food? Please recommend.
Ah Loy Thai
Address: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, Unit 01-04, Singapore 188098
Nice and affordable set up. Different kind of promo every day. Will recommend to friends.
The beef unfortunately fell alittle short of expectations, but maybe because the latter was built too high. Flavour was there, but alas, the meat too chewy for my liking.
The puffed rice on the side however, I thought was an ingenious idea. It had a good truffle flavour which thankfully was not overpowering, and further elevated by the creaminess of the beautifully poached egg.
I can't say I've had mussels cooked with Indian flavours before, but I was extremely pleased with the result. The juicy mussels paired surprisingly well with the spices and while the papadum was a great addition, all my attention was on the intriguing flavours of the seafood. This to me, was the star of the meal.
Nestled within the Ramen Champion cluster in Bugis+ is Joshoken, a Tsukemen joint from Japan. Tsukemen is a style of ramen where noodles are served separately from the dipping sauce. Joshoken, a brand under the winner of the Super Tsukemen Exhibition last year, uses two broths to get its unique dipping sauce and requires 15 hours of boiling and constant stirring before it's placed in the fridge to cool. Tastemaker Justin Teo advises sharing a Tsukemen with a friend, as the portion of noodles can be too filling for one. Go for the Special Kotteri Tsukemen ($16.80) that comes with a blend of chicken and pork broth as the dipping sauce. Justin loves how the pork collar and belly cha shu served with the ramen has a smoky fragrance, a result of it being lightly torched before serving. Once you're done with the noodles, be sure to add dashi stock to the remaining dipping sauce and drink it as a soup. Otherwise, try the crowd-pleasing Maze Soba ($14.80), a dry ramen that comes topped with creamy mentaiko, spring onions and a wobbly onsen egg. Toss the entire dish thoroughly before digging in!
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo
Stronger ginger taste and perfect match with steam egg, 👍👍👍very smooth. 😋😋😋 Tasty!
This would be my new favorite place to go for my Italian meals, it's cheap and good. Don't be fooled by the affordable prices, the food here is as good as many Italian restaurants. I find it to be authentic quality Italian cuisine, and every dish felt like they were made from the heart by Chef-owner Chris.
The new Burpple app features exclusive Burpple promotions with several restaurants. For Ah Bong's Italians, flash your @Burpple app to get a free gelato and soft drink with purchase of starter and main course. The already-value-for-money-and-good Italian food is even more value for money now.
Pictured: Pork and Wonbok Linguine that came with black pork bacon, cabbage, cheese. This was part of my 3 course lunch at $12 nett, hand modelled by Montana's pastry fairy @karinashines.