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A new cloud kitchen concept located in the YMCA building at Dhoby Ghaut, this spot houses well-known local F&B brands under one roof and helps out the disadvantaged communities by hiring people with disabilities, single moms and low-income families. Pop by for lunch and try the Sour and Spicy Handmade Dumpling La Mian ($12.90) from Ming Fa, Sir Raffles Platter ($39.90) from Gim's Heritage, Lactonoodle in Laksa Soup ($13.80) from The Noodle Factory, All Day Breakfast ($10) from Y Cafe, Paper Salt Baked Chicken ($16.80) from Pin Si and more!


Used Burpple 1-for-1 and cost $10.90 for TWO sets - double-cooked marinated beef and butter chicken with tofu salad and seaweed soup. Butter chicken was so yum!!! The sauce was rich and flavourful and tasted much better than most mini wok places. The beef was super tender and we liked it too. Tofu salad was mala-flavoured and was very appetising. Only downside was that the soup was quite cold. Other than that, everything tasted good and was value for money!

⭐️ 4/5, so satisfying!!!

Butter Milk was sweet and fragrant, the spicy popcorn chicken was leaning more towards the taste of mala. The set also came with two side dishes and soups (we chose egg tomato and seaweed). A meal value for dollar!

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Mushroom, bacon, pearl onions, and mashed potato

Located in a historical building, the mason’s table serves up delectable european cuisine in a classy setting. Our beef was deliciously melt in your mouth tender, and the mash potato was creamy. A very good hidden find and perfect for a date night!

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The Social Kitchen is a new cloud kitchen concept housed in the YMCA building at Dhoby Ghaut, gathering well-known F&B brands like Ming Fa, Foreword Coffee Roasters, Boufe, and Pin Si Kitchen under one roof to sell delivery and takeaway food. Besides helping out these businesses during the difficult COVID period, they also hire people from disadvantaged communities, including people with disabilities, single moms, low-income families. Burppler Gary Lim says The Mixed Ball Soup with La Mian ($12.90) has "firm noodles with a nice bite, which are an interesting combination compared to the usual mee kia or mee pok. The premium fish balls and signature pork balls are juicy and bouncy, and taste like they are made by hand!"

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I’ve never had a sweet tooth. Dessert doesn’t excite me the way a really well-made plate of Wanton Mee does. But once in awhile, a really stunning slice of cake, or an incredible bowl of cookie dough ice cream can really make me sit up and go HOLY WOW. And this innocuous beauty of a galaxy cake from Boufe did exactly that. Located at The Social Kitchen (a social enterprise cloud-kitchen concept providing employment to underprivileged and special needs beneficiaries), Boufe is 1 of 8 heritage brands housed at the brand’s first cloud kitchen. Beneath its galaxy exterior is a tasty trinity of calamansi jelly, honey genoise and white chocolate yoghurt mousse. A must try!!!!

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Had a bento set with butter chicken which was creamy and was in a generous portion. A set comes with a side dish and a soup too. I had the cucumbers and they were very refreshing.

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The Mixed Ball Soup with La Mian ($12.90) comes with premium fish balls and signature pork balls from Ming Fa Food Industries (of the popular Ming Fa Bak Chor Mee along Upper Thomson). The balls are juicy and bouncy, and taste like they are made by hand. The pulled la mian noodles are firm with a nice bite, which are an interesting combination compared to the usual mee Kia or mee pok.

This Ngoh Hiang platter from Gim's Heritage (you'll commonly see their prawn, fish and squid based snacks in the frozen section of your supermarket) is super delish, and The Social Kitchen has other versions of their traditional Five Spice Meat, Prawn, and Fish rolls from $19.90

This dish is the Ginseng Har How from Kiomkee, a longtime food manufacturer. There's no difference between the different colours, but you get very plump prawns inside with just the right amount of skin. The tasty Ginseng broth with other Chinese medicinal herbs makes the dish even better. A great snack or addition to your meal!

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The spicy popcorn chicken portion is a lot and is well seasoned with the right amount of spiciness. The stewed beef brisket taste like tomato soup and have a mild taste and the beef is quite tender. Worth to try with the burpple beyond deals.

Ordered the 2 meat and 1 veggies combo. The butter chicken is good and the stir fry egg with veggies and the slice beef is nice. Worth to try with the burpple beyond deals.