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My perennial favorite. Something which I missed when traipsing in the snow in Sapporo.
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The sweet sweet charsiew, the que que noodles and the dark sauce were enough to make me swoon. I know right! So drama!! #noodleholics #8dayseat #burpple #instagood #nomnom #inmyhood #singaporeinsiders #tastesocietysg #photooftheday #photographers #foodporn #foodphotography #topsingaporerestaurants #bloggers #explore #food #sgfood #salivate

We tried quite a number of dishes and desserts here, all of which had a tinge if floral notes in it. But if you ask me, give this place a skip. Itโ€™s not worth the money.

Some of the dishes we tried were:

Yuzu Chicken ($18++)
Pulled Pork Burgers ($16++)
Spam Fries ($10)
Miso Salmon ($20++)
Seafood Cream Pasta ($19++)
Chocolate Dome ($18++)
Banana Fritters ($10++)
Pancake Tower ($16++)

Glad to see pasta making a comeback on Brawn & Brains' menu at East Coast Road! Introduced fairly recently and available all-day, the Cheese Crusted Beef Burger Spaghetti is an item that stays true to being the simple, unpretentious yet tasty fare that they are already known for. Coming with a Beef Burger Patty, this is not the same beef patty that the Double Cheeseburger has as much as it seems; the beef burger comes with a cheese crust laced on its exterior; almost akin to the melted cheese for the tortilla skin dish that the Guillemard branch already offers โ€” savoury, crusty and chewy, while the beef patty is lovingly made by hand being flavourful, yet not particularly gamey and gives a good bite without crumbling into a mess. Inside the patty lies a surprise centre; oozy, melted cheese is hidden within as well as blanketing the patty that gives it extra texture and flavour โ€” goes well with the al-dente pasta that is tossed with a tomato-based sauce. Really liked how the pasta comes with a hint of spiciness; partially from the pepper, but somehow also coming from the tomato-based sauce itself(?), providing a spicy kick that is immensely shiok and tickles the tastebuds even for those who are tolerable to moderate levels of spiciness, yet complimenting the refreshing, zingy flavours of the sauce very well. A dish that I really enjoyed; something which stays true to the character and style of Brawn & Brains โ€” again, yet another item which I would see myself ordering if I am in for a main course to pair with the regular cuppa on the side.

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Mind blowing Hokkien mee!

As a self professed Hokkien mee connoisseur, and having eaten at countless Hokkien mee stalls, I am very particular on my Hokkien mee. This Hokkien mee is one of, if not the most well executed Hokkien mee in Singapore. The noodles were prefried well with adequate "wok hei" before being simmered in a very well made prawn broth. The right amount of starch was released from the noodles, and the entire dish had a very good balance. The ratio of yellow noodle to thick beehoon is higher than most places, giving a starchier, richer but more alkaline flavour, similar to claypot noodles, which isn't a bad thing.

Hokkien mee stalls tend to be inconsistent as each batch may differ in frying times and technique, but you are be sure that you will get a good plate from this place.

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Spotted: an affordable spot for brunch with the girls along East Coast Road. Order their Glazed Teriyaki Chicken Pasta ($12.90) topped with a sweet and juicy pineapple ring. For dessert, pair the Earl Grey Mille Crepe ($7.90) with a Cappucino ($5.50).
Photo by Burppler Trina Liew

We order 2 of their Chef-recommend mocktails and you can taste a strong flower aftertaste. If you prefer flowery soda that is.

The other, lavendar, has a cool dark purple colour with a hint of sour taste. If you hop by the communal place make sure to try one of these.

The Seafood pasta was amazing, however the over fried duck taste too oily(you can see the entire plate is filled with oil)

Overall dining experience was pretty chill with good service from the staff, they even gave us a complimentary drink which is cute :) But it eventually gets louder once the crowd came in and you can barely hear your partner talking to you.

Trio-Cheese toast filled with pulled sambal pork was very well marinated and very tasty ๐Ÿ‘ the tomato soup came with it was nice too. Will come back for more!

Ordered seafood pasta and also the beef burger. 1-1 with burpple beyond. Taste was good, just that they could have use fresh prawns instead of frozen ones for the pasta. They gave a welcome drink which was really good and refreshing as well. Truffle fries was good too. Would recommend coming here.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป environment is Cosy and not too noisy.

We got the beef Angus ribeye bowl and a House Special Pizza! But were very delicious and definitely value for money!

Cheaper alternative to hai di lao.

Had the buffet with laksa & herbal chicken soup.

The laksa broth was thick and shiok.

Theres also a "make your own" sauce station

This Christmas, the team has created a festive Mod-Sin menu thatโ€™s available for dine-in & takeaways till 25 Dec 2019. Highlights includes:
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๐ŸŽ„ Lobster & Seafood Curry Risotto
๐ŸŽ„ Kopi C Flavoured BBQ Pork Spareribs
๐ŸŽ„ Kopi &Chocolate Yule Log
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The Baba Chews Festive Takeaway Menu is available for order from now atย http://bit.ly/babachewsfestivetakeaway
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Location: 86 East Coast Road, #01-01, Katong Square, Singapore 428788
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