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We got the YA-RA-NA Paneer ‘Makhani’ ($21) which arrived cold and the paneer was a tad too soft, and the Fish Maapas ($22) which had enough heat and was really good. Also ordered the Brown Garlic, Chilli Flakes & Mozarella Naan ($8) that sounds nicer than it tasted because it turned out to be on the sweeter side, and a Garlic Naan ($6) which pairs perfectly with the fish curry.

Ambiance is good. Service was a little lacklustre at the start but the chef was very hospitable to all guests. The staff disallowed the use of Burpple Beyond voucher initially, saying it's only usable on Mon-Thu, but obliged when we pointed out that it was not stated on the app.

When I do not have the luxury of time to travel and get TBB croissants on a workday, it is a delight when the parents return with Au Croissants in the East.
Mum “auntie-ly” chimed: “they have an ongoing afternoon promotion 3 large croissants for $10.”
Got it mum and thank you, this Earl Grey custard croissant was nice, very flaky and crispy. It’s hard coat also had a good Earl Grey scent 👍🏻 #BurppleTakeaways

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Shakshuka and breakfast set - was affordable and was pleasantly surprised at how good this was!!

Bought the 1-1 pizza (10 inch/6 slices)for a picnic. Chose the American Salami and Hawaiian. This size is considered the smallest and costs $17.90 for one. I ordered additional nuggets and honey wings. With 5 pax for picnic, on average 1 pax ate 2 pizza slices, 2 nuggets and 2 wings. The portion is just right and so is the total cost of $37. The pizza though not oven baked were freshly baked when we placed our order. Not thin crust but comparable with Pizza Hut. The restaurant seems empty without sit-in diners. However, during the 15 mins wait, I saw a number of people there for takeaways. The promo without Burpple is 50% off 2nd pizza. Still a good deal, go support this local business if you can. Note that the carpark at Rock Wall is closed. Park at NTUC side and it’s not too far a walk from there.

Freshly fried tonkatsu paired with Japanese curry with some potatoes and carrots. Nothing fanciful but a comforting food that will not go wrong.

The gyudon rice was soaked with quite a bit of sauce and a little salty. Vegetables were also dressed with Japanese sesame sauce (which is also salty).

Gyoza was in okonomiyaki style and sauce. An average dish, maybe you can just order the original Gyoza.

A place with a variety of Japanese food to fill your tummy after soaking in the onsen, but otherwise would not travel down just to have their food.

$1.40 durian bun!!!
Not available daily - best to call or WhatsApp before going down (google search rotitiam for contact number)

Great ambience to chill with nice songs. Naans are quite good with generous portions generally. Had the Saag Meat ($22) and Yarana butter chicken ($23) for 1-4-1, with 2 naans (olive methi and brown garlic). Alls quite good and tasty. total damage for 2 is $45:) after burpple

Their “Red Snapper Mappas” is nice but the fish is not cook with red snappers. However personally me and my hubby find that the curry sauce taste nicer than “Butter Chicken”.

For those who love some spices with more savoury flavour will prefer the “Red Snappers Mappas”.

Butter chicken - will be more sweet and butter creamy

MURG TIKKA KADAI MASALA - will be spicy bbq chicken lesser curry sauce

And yes their Naan (Brown Garlic, Chilli Flakes, Mozarella Naan) have to get, very nice.. we ordered twice - 4 slices per time.

**Note: 1 for 1 deal only allow 1 voucher for 2 pax. 2 vouchers for 4pax.

1 for 1 deal only for 3 sections on 1 of the page and only for certain dishes, so please check before ordering.

Above all mention is available for 1 for 1 deal.

Although my firm favourite is #fengjikwaychap at Jalan Batu Hawker Centre, I do make it a point to try “kway chap” from different stalls. More so when they are operated by older hawkers.
Such is the case for this one located inside the not-many-know-it-exists Jalan Benaan Kapal Food Centre. If you go during peak hours, do note you’ll need to exercise patience as the elderly couple takes pride in how they serve their food but are, quite understandably, a little slow in their movements.
I always order a mix of everything for @huatkaliao and myself. Their style of “kway chap” is decidedly “gao” (thick) and that applies to the “zhup” (braising sauce) and bowls of “kway” (rice noodles). The mouthfeel they’ve seemed to aim for is the opposite of Feng Ji’s which is light and clear. I must admit, the heavier textures of stickiness and starchiness have their own old-school appeal which is hard to find these days.
If you enjoy “spare parts”, don’t miss out on this stall’s pig’s tongue and very bouncy pig skin. They do them exceptionally well, in my opinion.

Chocolate cake plus chocolate lava cake is our must eat whenever we visit them.