Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions
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12 Maju Avenue
Singapore 556690

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From the Burpple community

The Nonya Chap Chye here features braised cabbage with beancurd skin, rice vermicelli, mushrooms and black fungus. Cabbage was soft yet delivered a light crunch, while the black fungus created some chew along with the bouncy mushrooms and springy rice vermicelli; all that served with a mildly savoury braised liquid that also carried an evident garlicky flavour.

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Probably one of the better dishes at Nonya Nonya Restaurant; a new Peranakan establishment run by the folks of House of Peranakan Group opposite myVillage @ Serangoon Gardens that also operate House of Peranakan, House of Peranakan Petit and Tok Panjang Peranakan Cafe. The Ngoh Hiang is tightly wrapped with reasonably crisp beancurd skin, packed with minced meat and prawn for that meatiness with chestnuts included for a crunch — perhaps also one of the better Ngoh Hiang dishes we have had.

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Crunchy almond flakes, Injeomi rice cakes and black sesame powder on the bowl of snowy soy milk ice, topped with dark caramel sauce and a scoop of green tea. Oh we loved what we created! Their servings of the ingredients were so generous too.

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❌ ice not finely shaved
❌ slight hint of soya milk in the ice
❌ green tea bingsu large size is actually slightly smaller than usual bingsu size ($14.90)
❌ cafe too cold to truely enjoy the bingsu (maybe is just me scared of cold)
✔ crunchy almond flake

My dear frenz each has one bingsu all by themselves😱Must be really good 🤗
Strawberry ($13.90), Black Sesame ($12.90), Oreo ($10.90). Which one is your favorite?

#burpple

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The shaved ice isn't as fine as the one at the nearby nunsongyee but it still melts in your mouth so if you aren't picky this is probably good enough. The price point might be slightly lower but it isn't as refined - not just the quality of the shaved ice but also the toppings and the milk (I think it was watered down condensed milk?). The bingsu on its own is already quite sweet so maybe skip the milk topping. I guess they're pretty new so they need to iron out some kinks! Overall, if they improved the quality of the toppings and adjusted the sweetness (so that it isn't artificially or cloyingly sweet), it's not bad!

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