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Stuffed Roman Schiacciata with cream cheese , truffle oil and mushroom (I think? - I didn’t taste any mushroom though and didn’t see any). I was expecting so much more from the rave reviews. It tasted like cream cheese + cheese + truffle oil sauce between flatbread.

There was not enough filling for me. It was even rather dry in parts with not much sauce. The bread was good though. The dish tasted good enough I guess but didn’t wow.

Prochetta, Baked Pork Belly, Wild Fennel. Enjoyed the crackling pork skin the most along with the fatty bits. The meat in the middle, however, was quite dry and I didn’t finish it.

Enjoyed the pork more than the Schiacciata (and I am a bread lover! Should I give this another chance?)

A quality blend of current-season Arabica coffee beans. Harvested from the best coffee growing regions in Ethiopia and Brazil, from small family farms that have been passed down through the generations.
These sustainable coffee beans are grown between 4 - 5 thousand feet above sea level. In these higher elevations, the coffee beans ripen slowly. Blended in carefully measured proportions, resulting in a rich, deep, yet balanced brew.
(swipe) This hand-breaded, crumbed fish fingers uses hake fish, which is sustainably caught.
Crisp on the outside, flaky on the inside, with a silky and tender texture. Nice savoury sweet flavour. Paired with a light drizzle of lemon juice, parsley, and creamy tartar sauce.
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Grilled sausages: $1.50
Crisp hashbrowns: $0.80
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I wanted to try out how does the Burpple Beyond works and decided to try this restaurant as it offers it and it is nearby.

I ordered Smoked Salmon Benedict ($18) while my friend ordered The New Yorker ($17).

The Smoked Salmon Benedict is served with toasted baguette followed by roasted mushroom, Smoked Salmon, Egg Benedict and finally the Hollandaise Sauce. It is not bad but the Hollandaise feels like being overpowered by the saltiness from the Smoked Salmon. It would be good if the menu include Ham so that can taste all the flavour from the ingredients. They also have a side of vegetables to balance the meal. Be prepared as it is not filling. Maybe you would have some lunch if you order their Entrees instead.

My friend's New York consist of Black Sesame Bagel, Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Egg. He find it quite nice but not filling enough.

Overall, using Burpple Beyond get me paying only $18 (the lower cost item is free) which is not bad but not really might blowing. If there is no 1 for 1, probably wouldn't come again.

Such a pity b’cos it was our only go-to outlet where the standards were good and consistent. Also enjoyed the laid-back surrounding with the greens beside the carpark building.
Gonna be looking forward to where this shifts to for our favourite Hokkien prawn mee.

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All American Breakfast ($23)
Cafe Latte ($5.50)
Caramel Macchiato ($7)

Had a wonderful brunch here at this cafe. Interior was chic but yet simple, ambience is so chill. A delightful place to spend your Sunday afternoon at. Had the All American Breakfast, typical breakfast platter but portion was huge and each dish was up to standards. Beyond made it Super worth it!

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While durian is great and all, I still prefer eating confectionary and ice-cream with durian instead of the fruit itself. No durian fingers and no drinking salt water from the husk.. @bingbing.icecreamgallery does a great mao shan wang ice cream. 10/10 would recommend! This is of course T talking and not D ‘cos he can’t stand durians haha

Homemade Ravioli stuffed with braised Beef, tossed in Mushroom Sauce. The beef was minced and it was so tender and tasty... comfort food feels. The texture of the ravioli was good (not too thick, moist) and accentuated the taste of the beef... also complements the mushroom sauce. Craving for this again already!

Homemade Pasta With Mushrooms, Italian Sausage and Bacon tossed in Tomato Sauce with a touch of Cream. Simple and well done dish. The portion looked small but it was just nice! The tomato cream sauce was just right - not too sour or strong, complemented the meat well. The texture of the tagliatelle was nicely firm too. Only felt that the bacon was a tad unnecessary!

Complimentary curries
- Fish curry was more tangy in flavour
- Chicken curry tasted more aromatic and loaded with spice, sweeter than the fish curry as well
Overall, both curries were equally spicy and I enjoyed the chicken curry more

La Ayam Parotta ($8.90)
- Sweet sambal taste complemented the sauce (Tasted like honey mustard) really well; Honestly, there's no need for their curry with this prata
- The sauce they added helped to keep the prata from being too dry as well
- Entire prata was really crisp on the outside and I really enjoyed this dish (Best out of the 3)

Ultimate Mini Murtabak ($8)
- Murtabak was comparably lacklustre in taste but there were good chunks of mea
- Considerable amounts of cheese
- Mushrooms could have had a more pronounced flavour to complement the entire murtabak, else I felt that you could miss out on its flavour if you were to eat random parts of the dish without looking at it
- Bits at the end were really crispy; if only that texture was consistent throughout the murtabak though
- This dish should be paired with the curries which definitely elevates it

Chocolate prata ($3)
- Essentially, tissue prata with Hershey's chocolate sauce and chocolate rainbow sprinkles as toppings
- Really crispy
- Honestly, expected more from this dish; Adding chocolate filling within the layers of the prata or using homemade chocolate sauce instead but I guess, there's a reason why they are not known for their chocolate prata
- Overall, enjoyed the prata for its texture and its sweetness but will not recommend unless you are specifically craving for some sweetness from chocolate

- Get the La Ayam Parotta ($8.90)
- Prices here are generally steeper than other prata shops but you are paying for both the brand and their unique creations
- Do not get the chocolate prata
- When coming to Springleaf, you should stick to their pratas and specialties
Price: (No ratings as products offered are distinct from other shops)
Taste: 7.5/10
Overall: 7.5/10


$50-$12.50(25% off)+$2 delivery fee=$39.50.

Good value for money for this sumptuous, nutritious, generously portioned, home delivered meal! Highly recommended!