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Bulgogi Pancake ($19+ U.P.; On Burpplebeyond) The anal freak in you would completely forgive how lopsided the beef bulgogi slices are situated in that well fried golden yellow disc of a pancake. This was soft Korean pancake, with occasional traces of crisp ends, done well! We also had a pork kimchi stew to share which was simmered with abundant amount of kimchi and cooked till soft pork belly chunks. As if the meal was not enjoyable enough, with these on burpplebeyond the meal at Baek Jung just gets better and better!
Tammy
18h
Within a stone’s throw distance from each other, there are literally countless Korean restaurants that are operating within the CBD district. Opened just over three weeks ago in Telok Ayer, Baek Jung Korean Restaurant & Bar is the new kid on the block that aims to grab a part of the wallet spent from the many PMEBs that visit such restaurants for a meal and drink or two during lunchtime and after work. • If you are a Burpple Beyond member, you are in luck as the restaurant is a participating merchant and you can get to enjoy 1-for-1 mains when you dine-in. For this meal, I got the Pork Kimchi Stew and Dakgalbi with 3 Cheese, which both came in hearty portions that will surely to fill you up to the brim. The Pork Kimchi Stew is literally what the name entails and it comes with thick cuts of pork belly in a kimchi stew. The Dakgalbi with 3 Cheese was so comforting that you will instantly go to food coma heaven right after demolishing this plate. Hugh chunks of boneless chicken, cabbage, potatoes and cucumbers are cooked in a red chilli paste sauce (gochujang) before the addition of the 3 cheeses. Unfortunately, the flavours from the cheese didn’t come through, which was slightly underwhelming in my opinion, as the flavours were sort of overpowered by the other stronger ones such as the gochujang sauce. _________________ Baek Jung Korean Restaurant & Bar Address: 72, Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048460
Julius
4d
Within a stone’s throw distance from each other, there are literally countless Korean restaurants that are operating within the CBD district. Opened just over three weeks ago in Telok Ayer, Baek Jung Korean Restaurant & Bar is the new kid on the block that aims to grab a part of the wallet spent from the many PMEBs that visit such restaurants for a meal and drink or two during lunchtime and after work. • If you are a Burpple Beyond member, you are in luck as the restaurant is a participating merchant and you can get to enjoy 1-for-1 mains when you dine-in. For this meal, I got the Pork Kimchi Stew and Dakgalbi with 3 Cheese, which both came in hearty portions that will surely to fill you up to the brim. The Pork Kimchi Stew is literally what the name entails and it comes with thick cuts of pork belly in a kimchi stew. The Dakgalbi with 3 Cheese was so comforting that you will instantly go to food coma heaven right after demolishing this plate. Hugh chunks of boneless chicken, cabbage, potatoes and cucumbers are cooked in a red chilli paste sauce (gochujang) before the addition of the 3 cheeses. Unfortunately, the flavours from the cheese didn’t come through, which was slightly underwhelming in my opinion, as the flavours were sort of overpowered by the other stronger ones such as the gochujang sauce. _________________ Baek Jung Korean Restaurant & Bar Address: 72, Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048460
Julius
4d
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Decent cafe food, hipster vibes Ordered the Ultimate Beef Yard Burger ($27.90) and Signature BBQ Pork Ribs ($24.90). Decent cafe food with nice hipster vibes and definitely very worth it with Burpple’s 1-for-1!! Onsen egg and crisp thick cut fries made up for the slightly dry wagyu beef patty and pork ribs could have been more tender but were saved by a substantial refreshing side salad of mixed greens, pineapple, green apple and baby potatoes. Nice place and prices are nett, but may not go back without the deal haha.
Ade
2w
Ultimate Beef Yard Burger ($25.90) Lazy lounging and indulgent brunches at @wheelersyard 🚲💙🚲 are what holidays are for! 😋🍔 Really liked the juicy wagyu beef patty with char grilled bits and runny onsen egg, but it got a little cloying at the end since I was having it by myself... 🙊 I didn't add in the sauce, which I felt wasn't as rich and smoky as I had thought it would be. Overall, it was a yummy burger, but for about $25 a pop, it's a little pricey for a beef patty vs a regular good ole steak. Luckily I had the 1-for-1 promo by #burpplebeyond so all was good! ✌🏻💓💓💓
Cellie
5w
breast's da best The 60°C Chicken Breast ($17.90) may not be the feistiest or the most sensational item on the menu, but let me tell you why it is no plain Jane. You're not wrong to think of this as a healthy dose of protein and carbs. Remarkably tender chicken breast (having been sous vide and lightly grilled) sit atop silky mashed potato and shio konbu foam. The addition of grilled corn and roasted hazelnuts add a nutty, buttery and overall decadent touch. While the olive oil could've been left out, that alone doesn't warrant a complaint. The lack of big and bold flavours is clearly not a weakness here, as this unassuming dish is a "Wheeler's Recommendation" in its own right.
Christabel
5w
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Spinach With Trio Of Eggs I have eaten this dish in countless places but char has done it the best for me . I am Glad that my first visit to char has been full of right hits. This dish was so clean tasting - really not a trace of oil or grease and the broth was so fresh tasting - I am sure it was taken from a stick broth cooked inside as opposed to msg or chicken cubes that are typically used outside . The spinach was well cooked and so was the velvety blanket of eggs . Topped with a handful of crisp Fried small anchovies . This was egg-xcellent .
MichelleLIN
1w
HK Fried Mee Xian This dish was so flavourful without being greasy nor having the feel of being soaked with too much gravy. It seems like a a simple dish but the key is in the control of the heat and the seasoning required to achieve the right moisture without making it too wet Nor too hard or dry. The crunchy bean sprouts , thinly sliced green and red Peppers and the Chunky slices of duck meat add a burst of flavour and a juxtaposition of textures to the dish . My only consideration was that this dish used bee hoon instead of the Mian Xian stayed in the menu. Nevertheless - this was excellent .
MichelleLIN
1w
Signature Slow Roasted Char Siew These char siew pieces are simply to live for. Slow roasted till charred on the edges and tender and moist inside . This is almost like a cross between a traditional HK char siew and Tony Roma sort of tender ribs ( bones off of course ... ) Best Paired with char’s home made chilli and a bowl of steaming hot rice . Hands down best char siew I have ever eaten .
MichelleLIN
1w
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