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Meat The Limited Time 1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Special Good things must share! From 22nd April to 4th May, you can enjoy this 1-for-1 deal with #BurppleBeyond at “Meatsmith Little India”. How awesome is this - a mouthwatering combo of crackling-skinned suckling pig and aromatic nasi biryani. The usual price of this main course is $48++ so that’s pretty amazing value right there. Being brined and smoked on site before it goes on the tandoor grill has the meat of the suckling pig superbly juicy and tender. It pairs really deliciously with the fluffy, flavourful rice. This promotion presents the perfect opportunity to gather a few good friends for some serious feasting, don’t you agree? Do note you’ll need to hustle though because this #BurppleBeyond 1-for-1 deal is only available for 2 weeks.
Smoked Cauliflower And Tomato Relish ($16++) While out and about creating content for @burpple yesterday, I was fed a cauliflower by Chef @kurt.sombero at Meatsmith Little India. It’s not like any other cauliflower I’ve had in recent memory that’s for sure. And considering it’s been smoked then grilled in the tandoor oven, naturally it’s a tempting little number that’s spicy, juicy and crunchy. I found it even more delicious eaten with the tangy smoked tomato relish and fried curry leaves. Although this dish is intended as a main course for vegetarians, I think it’s so good even carnivores should aim to sink their teeth into it.
Plate of happiness 🥰.. The meat platter from @meatsmith_sg. Lamb chops & chimichutney, pork belly, chicken,duck hearts with dry dhal, lamb meatballs and briyani stuffed suckling pig. My favourite is the suckling pig and the pork belly. It’s Super shiok. And the best part Is using burpple beyond we can get two sets of the meat platter for the price of one. 💰$90.. 📍Meatsmith Little India. 21, Campbell Lane.
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It’s Heavenly The first time I was attracted to heaven’s was because of its signboard. Why heaven’s ? I finally found out today ....after chatting to the friendly stall owners . The masala thosai is so perfectly done. I can only give it full marks. Slightly crisp ( because I requested for It) on the surface and moist with the right balance to flour to the masala potato filling ratio , every bite took me to the heavens. Accompanied with 3 in house made sauces ( 2 curry based and 1 with coconut and herbs), the flavours were exploding in my mouth . Because thosai is made of fermented rice flour , it has a unique tangyness and is said to be more easily digested - with its health benefits and yummilicious taste profile - it’s really a heavenly food . For those of you who are less familiar with Indian food , take this along the lines of a crepe - only that it is much better because it’s lighter and more clean tasting . You actually don’t feel as heavy as you would if you had a French crepe . I also added on an order of appom which is a disc like crepe with a slightly fluffier and doughy centre - that’s slightly chewy . Paired with coconut shavings and sugar , this was really really lovely . The appom reminds me slightly of the huat kueh - like the orange and greens ones you get from bangawan Solo just that the appom has a slight crisp on the exterior . If the above plus points are not enough, the masala thosai at 2.50 and the appom at 2 dollars for 2 just makes it all the more better. I can’t wait to visit this stall again . ...
Princess Appam [$3] Crispy edges all around with a thick and spongy centre, topped with an oozy egg and a slice of melted cheese?! This Princess Appam worked really well on its own, but even better with the mix of orange sugar and grated coconut. It was a mix of tangy, savoury and sweet flavours, hitting all the right notes! #BurppleYoungHawkers 📍Heavens Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre #01-26 20 Ghim Moh Road Singapore 270020 6am to 1.30pm, Closed on Mondays
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Close to my heart My parents told me the Ah Gong I never got to meet asked for thosai as he breathed his last, so this dish has a place in my tummy, and heart.
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YUMMERZ IN MY TUMMERZ 😋😋 What a feast at a good price with eatigo’s 50% off! 🐽🐽 Every dish was really good and here’s listing them in descending order of satisfaction: 1. Palek Paneer ($16+): way thicker in consistency than your typical palek paneer such that it was more like a paste, but so very flavourful with generous servings of paneer! 2. Vindaloo Curry Lamb (level 2 spicy) ($24+): lamb chunks were tender and the curry was 10/10 flavourful (though slightly on the oilier side), but a worthy sinful indulgence! 3. Murgh Makhini ($21.50): a pretty good rendition of butter chicken with generous servings of tandoori chicken! 4. Bread Basket ($15+): good variety of naans that includes plain, garlic, peshwari and lachha, one of which contained garlic in the centre and was really really good, while another was done with whole-wheat and the texture was more dense. Definitely an interesting variety of breads! 5. Kali Mirchi Kebab ($23+): nice grilled lamb that was absolutely not dry surprisingly, with a nice mint sauce that complemented it perfectly! Though restaurant is not air-conditioned, you can ask to sit inside so it’ll be less warm. Service was good and water is provided. Family really enjoyed this meal and would definitely recommend this place despite the slightly higher prices, but it’s definitely worth it! 💯💯
What is this made of? A) Chocolate B) Ice Cream C) Peanut Butter D) Naan of the above.
Chaat— a term to describe savory snacks. Love the different flavours, spices and textures that came along with this 'Sampler for Two'! Bought this using @sugar_singapore and I cannot emphasize how much I LOVE Indian food. #thecurryhut #wewantsugar
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