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Tie Guan Yin with Coffee Popcorn I’m not at all a coffee person, but this collaboration flavour between Tom’s and Parchmen & Co had a well handled balance! I liked how they retained the natural bitterness of the tie guan yin and didn’t overwhelm it with sweetness. The white chocolate and hand ground coffee beans coated popcorns gave a contrast texture and flavour. This anniversary flavour is available on 20th and 21st September, as part of Tom’s 14th Anniversary celebration - they’ll also be serving up other brand new flavours and returning fan favourites through the month. Thank you @tomspalettesg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨
Wei Zhi
19h
Vanilla with Oolong and Rose Jelly A special collaboration flavour with Gong Cha - vanilla made with Madagascar vanilla beans, topped with oolong tea sauce and konnyaku rose jelly! The scoop was fragrant with a good amount of sweetness. Was fun to have with the chewy bits of konnyaku too. This anniversary flavour is available on 13th and 14th September, as part of Tom’s 14th Anniversary celebration - they’ll also be serving up other brand new flavours and returning fan favourites through the month. Thank you @tomspalettesg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨
Wei Zhi
1d
Mao Shan Wang We were super lucky to get to try the very limited batch of Mao Shan Wang that the Tom’s Palette crew worked really hard in making!! It was freshly churned to lock in as much of the durians’ natural flavour, and that really shone through the final product. Absolutely loved the richness and its creamy texture! Thank you @tomspalettesg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! ✨
Wei Zhi
1d
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For 1-for-1 Buffet (~save $60) Meat lovers, jot this one down! This meat-centric Buffet (from $42) housed in Park Hotel Alexandra serves up superb roasts in a comfy setting. While there isn't a wide variety, the salt-grilled Ana Paula Black Angus Ribeye and the succulent Spit-Roasted Chicken with Truffle are sure to satisfy. Also good is the Seafood Medley, comprising fresh prawns and squid in a tasty broth. Photo by Burppler SG Food On Foot
Burpple
20h
Beef (Dry-Aged, Slow Roasted) Finally had some time for a longer lunch, and decided to head to The Carvery to try the meat buffet. The beef and lamb was fabulous! They even had different types of sea salt that would go with the meats - charcoal, red lava sea salt, mixed spices sea salt. Personally, I liked the mixed spices sea salt the best - it went very well with the beef and gave it more texture and flavour. The service staff were prompt and alert to ensure my water was topped up; they took the time to speak with me - asking if I’ve tried their carving station and even explained how that they dry-aged their beef for approximately 2 weeks before they slow roast it, then roast it in their charcoal oven. In addition, they had 2 types of goat cheeses, which is rare for any restaurants or buffets. It may not be everyone’s top choice but I loved it So thumbs up on this! Their pork knuckle is usually for dinners; and on weekends, they would have 2 different types of beef available. This probably explains the difference in the buffet price. A buffet for the meat lovers!
Louisa
4m
They were not kidding when they said that their rotasserie chicken is their specialty. The meat was really tender and juicy, and didn't need any sauce to go with it. Rather than the variety, their quantity do shine for certain dishes such as their wood fire pizzas and bread pudding. Worth it if you get the 1 for 1 @chopesg voucher for about $50!
Jason
8w
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Satisfying Mexican Meal Went to Vatos Urban Tacos and had an extremely heavy carb loaded meal! Went into food coma right after, really ate a lot. But boy, was it good. We bought their Korean Po Boy and Vatos Style (chicken) burritos, their signature Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Barbacoa Jalapeño Spring Rolls, Bacon and Blue Cheese Guacamole (served with tortilla, and there were candied walnuts in the guac which was a nice touch) and lastly, their ever so popular Baja Fish Tacos. $102 dollars worth of amazing food made more affordable by Chope, having purchased their discount voucher during the birthday sale. The food is on the pricier side, but the portions were pretty big! Everything was just too good, including their prompt and professional service! Make this your go to place for Mexican! Rating :5/5
Nicholas
5d
Taco Tuesday made better with Burpple 1-for-1 deal at Vatos Urban Tacos! Off their signature “Urban Tacos”, we got their Baja Fish ($10 for 2 tacos/ $14 for 3 tacos), Chimichurri Chicken tacos ($10 for 2 tacos/ $14 for 3 tacos) to share and two glasses of Sweet Georgia Peach Iced Tea. The more refreshing option of the two, the Chimichurri Chicken was pleasantly spicy with a sweet tangy chimichurri salsa coupled with crunchy lettuce, sour cream and mexican cheese. But the clear winner for me is their tempura beer-battered white fish. Fresh and flaky, the fillets enclosed with the crisp batter were kept moist and was nicely seasoned. The accompanying pico de gallo (salsa) and apple coleslaw adding a lovely sweetness and bite while cutting the richness of the fish. The bit of heat from the chipotle mayo smeared over the soft tortillas was also a nice touch.
Vanessa
1w
Carne Asada Quesadilla ($19) Back at vatos after my first visit for the burpple year end party, and decided to order the quesadillas because i remembered liking them alot. The 4 pieces didn't seem like much, but perhaps due to the thickness of the wrap and the richness of the cheese, was actually quite a substantial meal. Preciously tried the kimchi pork and loved it, but the carne asada that i decided to try this time round was a little disappointing. While being super flavourful with just the right punch if spiciness, the beef was tough and chewy. I'd recommend to stick with the pork instead which was more tender. Although i liked the food in general, prices here are indeed on the higher end, and i wouldn't dare say that it would have been worth it without burpple beyond
Seanna
5w
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Steak-In-Mind? Based on reviews I read, seems Outback has been improving on service and tables. We had the shrimp caesar salad $21.90, toowoomba pasta $29.90 and ribeye steak (ordered medium) $47.90. Caesar could use more cheese and better quality shrimp. Toowooba pasta had the same subpar shrimps and is of acquired taste. Steak is decent but is not cooked evenly, some parts on the outer was almost raw while center was bloody. Cappuccino is not great a choice but I just needed coffee. For main sides, I recommend the mash potato, not the fries and avoid the main’s peppercorn sauce. Initial bread served hot with butter is good. Overall, much improvement needed at the kitchen to keep customers coming back. For $100 for 2pax (net after burpple beyond deal) on the quality and portion, I unfortunately cannot recommend until kitchen improves.
chong
1w
Outback Steakhouse So I came here and ordered the steak pasta (best seller) firstly i waited nearly an hour to get the food secondly when we got the food I was not impressed the beef cubes looked dry and when I put it in my mouth it was indeed very dry and rubbery ... It took me a lot of effort to chew and the pasta also very underwhelming it tasted just like normal hawker Bolognese but with the price of a restaurant
Nigel
5d
Ribeye and Half Rack Baby Ribs/Sirloin We chose medium for both the ribeye and sirloin but they turned out to be medium well instead. Other than that, the ambience was not bad and complimentary bread was yummy. $70 for 2 pax in total.
Amanda
6w
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