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Top 10 in Shenton Way

Top 10 places in Shenton Way, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Shenton Way

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Shenton Way, Singapore.

Hearty plate of chicken rice which satisfied my cravings. You will have the option of selecting drumstick (+$0.50) or breast/thigh at no additional cost. I opted for steamed chicken breast which was succulent and accompanied by a side of blanched veg and legit garlic-chilli dip. Chicken skin was fatty though. Of course, we must not miss out the importance of well-cooked rice for this dish. The rice was fragrant with grains evenly separated. Portion size is good for a hungry person.

Convenient way to enjoy a meal esp during lunch time. Seared salmon was really flavourful by itself but, accompanied with the gochujang sauce, it lifted the dish to another level. Burpple beyond 1-1 made it super worth it!

Got to give them A+ for effort to serve up this beautiful plate after I had a little tour in the cheese room 😛 picked my own cheese and took into account the texture and tasting notes of each individual cheese. Stuck with some safe options and regret some leap-of-faith choices. Ah, will get better next time!

Starting from top left in a clockwise direction:
1. sbrinz 16 months - Swiss sharp hard cheese from cow. Sadly I asked for a recommendation from something similar to parmigiano but there was too much of the rind served, making it rather distasteful
2. Tête de moine - Easily identifiable Swiss cheese! One of my fav and also one of the top 5 rated by Providore. Love how buttery and flaky this cheese is!
3. Wensley cranberry - English semi soft cheese, taste like cream cheese with a tart sweetness from the cranberries. Not the best but a good choice to compliment the platter I’d say
4. Gorgonzola dolce DOP - Italian cheese (cow). This has got to be one of my absolute fav. Love how creamy and rich this is. It is almost flowy, handle with care please! Taste best with the cracker (the one pictured, not just any other cracker) and a dab of truffle honey (pictured). Like seriously, just match made in heaven 🥰
5. Petit délice creamiers, truffle - french cheese (cow) that is extremely milky and soft. Not bad, but it’s too milky and truffle taste is extremely mild. Should have gotten the Brie instead

Condiments include: dried mulberry (love the texture and it’s uneven surface), dried apricot (maybe not again, too chunky to handle, replaceable), muscat grapes (better than raisins!!), salt water crackers (oh, I wouldn’t have it any other way, I actually pick my cheese places based on the crackers they serve), Quince paste & truffle honey (OH YAAAAAS)


Surprised to really enjoy this myriad of beautiful flavors. The minted yoghurt was delicious and it went really well with the sweet aubergine chutney. Love the the texture of the cous cous! So hearty and satisfying. Very much prefer this (taste like barley) compared to the tiny ones which is a more gritty and coarse.

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Spicy mayo, soy glaze, sweet onions & nori on a kurobuta pork sausage 🌭 a pretty interesting Asian take on a hotdog but only worth trying with the Burrple Beyond 1 for 1

My go-to comfort food. $13 for a ginseng chicken set with half a chicken.

Used burpple beyond to get sourdough bread and pumpkin fettuccine. Filling and wholesome food in a cosy venue. Since it is next to a fitness studio, I felt even healthier

My second time here which surprisingly left a good impression on me. The squid rings were sliced the perfect width for glam eating, though the seasoning was so heavy that left no taste of the squid at all. The ever-so-slightly burnt buttered corn left me wanting more while the generous mixed seeds topping ensured that every bite had a bit of seeds in it. I was left scooping every last bit of sauce with my penne paste.

Actually came by to make use of our Chen’s Mapo Chope voucher but unfortunately, they are currently closed till further notice. Too hungry to venture out but luckily, we found Dosirak on Burpple Beyond and it was in the same building! We had this Soy Citrus Seared Salmon bowl and the Cured Salmon bowl, which worked out to a value for money $6.90 for each.

We’d say to go for the former - it was more impressive in flavour and texture. The cubes of salmon were seared well, with a slightly smoky exterior while remaining soft inside. I’m not that big a fan of Gochujang so I went with the only alternative, Soy Garlic Jang, and this sweet savoury sauce tied everything nicely together. Sides are customisable too, and I went with the beansprouts, chickpea, spinach, corn and kimchi. The portion’s not that big so if you’re very hungry, you might want to add on more carbs!


Preferred the Soy Citrus Seared Salmon ($12.90) to this for better texture and stronger flavour. The cured salmon cubes were much lighter in comparison! Everything is customisable here, from your carbs to the sides and the sauce. If you need additional add ons, you can pick from 14 choices, such as onsen egg (+$1) and mushrooms (+$1). They also have the option to complete your meal with a tea and soup at an additional $4. Portion’s not that big so it felt a little pricey, but there’s Burpple Beyond here!


Was going to get Ice Lemon Tea ($2) but saw this Christmas special! Although they use lychee syrup in this, I really liked that it wasn’t too sweet and was nicely balanced out by the grapefruit juice. Very refreshing and comes with a thick slice of grapefruit and two lychees.