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A simple delight for all the matcha lovers out there 🍵 Large cup is 16oz, so prepare to leave with your stomach full if you decide to upsize!

💵: $2.50

🤔: Well-worth the money, though it is a messy one to eat

💵: $5

🤔: Probably the densest banana bread I've ever had, but that was in no way a complaint :o The banana flavour is also vvvv strong, i love~

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🔥 omg another burning afternoon 🔥 sharing another ice cream escape🍨check out @hattendo_singapore new location at @dorsetthospitality right outside outram park mrt👍 (run there now cbd hangout party peeps 🏃‍♀️ 🏃) they now serve 100% hokkaido milk soft serve only available in store!🍦 The milky smooth ice cream really hits the spot in this weather and very convienient located in a trendy shophouse district with no proper shelter lol😂 you can check out their other yummy japanese desserts like their signature cream puffs and puddings✨💕 (grateful comment for lending me your wifi when my phone sim broke down on me - ⭐️service)
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First time here and we were warmly welcomed by the team. They were nice to grant us 1-for-1 for their mains as well. So we had the beef donburi and seafood stone rice bowl. Both were great! Will definitely visit again!

I ordered a few of their baos for dinner, including the salted egg chicken bao, chilli crab bao and belly of pork bao, starting with $4+ each.

Their salted egg chicken bao uses steamed sesame bun, signature salted egg sauce and seasoned fried chicken. For takeaway this, do eat immediately as the bun itself would stick to the paper wrap.

I like their chilli crab bao that wrap with deep fried bun. Inside is the fresh crabmeat with Singapore style chilli sauce. This one can get messy when eating as the crabmeat would come out easily.

Lastly the belly of pork bao which wasn’t enjoy much because the meat itself was harder to chew. Wrap with steamed white bun that comes with stewed pork belly and fried garlic.

💵: $5

🤔: The fudgiest brownie I've ever put into my mouth.... Wasn't too sweet, and the addition of sea salt also helped to balance that out a little

My go-to for midday caffeine re-fuel. The staffs obviously know what they are doing and are happy to chat about anything coffee brewing. If you're lucky, you could catch them roasting a fresh batch through the glass.

An artfully messy bowl of beef donburi topped with juicy pink tender beef slices coupled with creamy cubes of foie gras, truffle, garlic chips and caviar. Deliciously decadent, I could only wish there was more rice, overall portion size was kind of small but still I would pay for that perfect and soft beef. Went on eve of National Day so didn’t get to use my Burpple Beyond but would definitely visit again with such a good deal ☺️

Bowl came with a generous amount of beef. Foe gras was delicious but only came in a tiny portion. Garlic crisps were a lovely complement to the entire dish. Portion was slightly small but still reasonable for 1-1 deal.

From the group behind Bang Bang and Employee's Only comes Bar Milano, a new establishment along Keong Saik Road serving up rustic Italian fare at fair prices (~$20). Burppler Xing Wei Chua counts this as "a spot that would work well for dates to impress," with dishes such as the Shakshouka-style Baked Eggs ($14), Burrata & Honey Roasted Peaches ($28), and Pugliese ($18), a pizza with roasted broccolini, anchovy, and confit garlic cream.

Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua


Service was a little slow but their salmon, yellowtail and cuttlefish sashimi were very good! (The eggplant side dish is a must-try too.)

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