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Wagyu A4 Beef Sukiyaki ! Cooked live in front of you , each piece of beef is so delicate and tender! Each set comes with a sesame rice cake , miso soup , spa boiled eggs ! Best of all is the hidden slice of tofu in the donburi ! $35.20 after GST !
Chong
6h
Beef Sukiyaki Don | $13.9++, add on 120g beef for $10++ Holy cow. Pretty much how I would describe this bowl of beef sukiyaki don. Finally opening its doors to the public today, I reared up for a visit to @ramen_keisuke’s newest concept, Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke. I queued up for close to 2 hours before getting seats while also being notified that they ran out of the wagyu slices. 😫 Looks like I have to come back another time. Nevertheless, I settled for the beef sukiyaki don which uses the chuck eye roll cut of US prime beef. I wasn’t settling for less but a meatier and beefier (duh) taste. For the price point, this bowl is so attractive as it comes with a slab of braised tofu, shimeiji, onsen egg and veggies. It also comes with appetisers such as sesame tofu with wasabi and miso soup. Overall, it’s one of the best beef bowls in terms of taste. I’ve got to try the wagyu to see if it’s the best in taste AND texture. . I love the open concept in which you can see every process of the cooking done in the kitchen which makes the dining experience extraordinary. #burpproved
Kenneth
1d
極 和牛すきめし $29.90 Kiwami Wagyu Sukiyaki Don (Yonezawa Beef A4) served with sesame tofu, onsen egg, miso soup & pickles The wagyu slices are quite chewy and not those melt in your mouth texture that I like, probably because of the affordable price so can't really demand too much for its quality. Overall enjoyable meal and will be back to try the US prime beef don.
K
2d
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Fried Egg Power [$12] Ciabatta with a bunch of sinful ingredients - double fried egg, crispy bacon, tater tots, cheddar cheese and PBD’s sauce! It was very shiok although my friend found this a little heavy for breakfast. Loved the varying crunch and textures! & pst, get the super worth 1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond!
Wei Zhi
2d
Egg & Salmon [$12] Came down armed with Burpple Beyond’s 1 for 1! A trusty classic pairing of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, elevated with dill cream cheese and red onions sandwiched between fluffy brioche buns. Not mind blowing, but it was such a satisfying breakfast option. Smoked salmon wasn’t too salty and we liked the balance brought by the tangy red onions!
Wei Zhi
2d
The PB&J sandwich from Park Bench Deli should totally be inducted into the hall of fame and be crowned the champion of the sweet sandwiches. If you have not had it before, be prepared for bites of thick and crunchy peanut butter with mixed berry jam, sandwiched in a cornflake crusted milk and chocolate bread. Not the healthiest of sandwiches around, hell yeah you damn right, but I am willing to spend a little more time in the gym so that I can afford the calories for this. Also, first timers beware, this is not your so-called dessert bread so do share it with someone since sharing is caring. You know you are getting a damn good sandwich when you start to hear oooohs and ahhhhs from each bite. _________________ Park Bench Deli Address: 179, Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068627
Julius
1w
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Special Edition Butter croissant 🥐 (S$5.30) served with a scoop of limited edition Lotus Paste D24 Durian ice cream 🍦 (S$5.30/ scoop) Available at @dopadopa.sg while stock lasts. Accompanied with @leefetea Kabuse Genmaicha Tea 🍵 (S$6/ pot) The mid-autumn special limited edition ice cream 🍦 smells lightly of distinct durian. The taste of durian hit in at the first mouthful, followed by the milky taste, and lastly the hint of lotus paste for the aftertaste. And it went quite well with the buttery light crispy croissant 🥐. . Dopa Dopa Creamery Address 🏠 : 29 South Bridge Road, # 01-01, Singapore 🇸🇬 058 665 Open ⏰ : Sun - Thu : 12pm - 10pm Fri - Sat : 12pm - 11pm MRT 🚇 : Clarke Quay (NE5)
Doreen
2d
Dope - Green Tea + Pistachio! Second time in a week trying out their dope ice cream. Have concluded that the only flavours to get are Green Tea and Pistachio. 😋 Rating(s): 5/5 (Green Tea & Pistachio flavours) 4/5 (Avocado flavour) 3.5 (Ferrero flavour - alittle too sweet for my liking, would be great if they could introduce a "dark chocolate" type of flavour in future!)
Darren
3d
Dopa Dopa DOPE! The homemade ice cream here is awesome! We got 2 double scoops, but the key highlights were the Pistachio one and the Green Tea flavoured ice creams. The Pistachio ice cream was very gao (thick) and flavour, but it doesn't make you gelat. The Green Tea one had a deep matcha flavour and it wasn't too sweet either. Would definitely go back for more! 😋 Rating: 4/5
Darren
1w
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Burpple Eatup at Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles (18 September 2018) Attended a Burpple Eatup recently at Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Tiong Bahru Plaza — an eatery serving up beef noodles hailing from Lanzhou with around 300 outlets across China. The menu is simple, offering only four variations of beef noodles while patrons can choose from eight different types of noodles — patrons can also opt for a set at an additional $4 which includes side dish, braised egg and drink. My favourites were the Dry Beef Noodles with Flat Noodles (chewy with a substantial bite; absolutely slurpy — an entire strand of noodle that is fun to eat) which was made better with chili and coriander mixed in, while the Mala Spicy Beef Noodles carried just a comfortable tinge of numbness and spiciness that fits really well for those who are not too accustomed to Mala. We also tried the Signature Beef Noodles; the broth being cooked and reduced from an entire shank with the meat being used for the beef slices within the noodles. Pretty delicious and authentic, with flavours accustomed to the local palate. Thanks to Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles for hosting, and Burpple for the invite!
Xing Wei
4d
Authentic Lanzhou Beef Noodles With a strong presence of over 300 outlets across China, Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles has finally made its way to our shores in Singapore. The beef noodles are prepared using only halal meats & high quality fresh ingredients. The clear broth (cooked with more than 15 spices) was light yet flavourful, and the hand-pulled noodles were stretched perfectly upon each order. So springy and chewy! The menu is relatively simple; with only 4 selections, and you can choose your favourite type of noodles to go with the beef!!! Looking for the extra boost in the flavour? Try adding in their homemade chilli oil & vinegar and you will yearn for more! Thanks Burpple for the invite & Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodle for the generous hosting.
Jonathan Lim Jia
5d
With over 100 outlets in China, 舌尖尖兰州牛肉面 has finally reach our local shores with the first outlet opening at Tiong Bahru Plaza with more expansions targeted in the near future. Each of the components that make up this bowl of beef noodles complement each other perfectly with a beef broth base that’s light and savoury, while the handmade noodles are stretched upon order and cooks in a pot of boiling water and out within seconds to retain its consistency and chewiness. What’s different in the Singapore outlet as compared to the ones overseas is that beef shank slices are used instead of beef tendon and cubes. • Ordering is a breeze as there are only 4 types of beef noodles to choose from namely the Signature Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90), Sauerkraut Beef Noodles ($9.90/$11.90), Mala Spicy Beef Noodles ($9.50/$11.50) and Dry Beef Noodles ($8.90/$10.90). After you have decided on the beef noodles, now comes the headache part as there are 8 different kinds of hand-pulled noodles but I will make things easy for you by recommending the Flat noodles in the Dry Beef Noodles. Mix in their homemade chili oil for a touch of spiciness and some vinegar for the tang before eating and you will notice how the flat noodles is able to latch onto the sauces so well that each slurp is an enjoyable one. _________________ Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles Address: 302, Tiong Bahru Road, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Unit 02-107, Singapore 168732
Julius
6d
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Was attracted by their Asian style pasta and headed down to try tonight. We checked out the Mummy’s Assam pasta with a fried fish in Assam sauce. Fish fillet was nicely cooked while pasta was quite al dente. However, the Assam sauce was kinda basic and lacked depth. The Golden Egg pasta with salted egg sauce didn’t do it for us. We wished the taste was more punchy in the salted egg way but this was kinda flat in taste. Definitely room for improvement but perhaps their classic pasta would be better.
I makan
17h
Traditional Bolognese | $13+ Always love a good pasta place! Spaghetti bolognese is my all-time comfort foods (especially if they meatballs)! Sadly, no meatballs but Spagtacular’s take on the traditional bolognese but it has a lovely sous vide egg which when stirred in, gives much more bite to the pasta. I enjoyed the al dente texture of the spaghetti which is hard to come by for places at this affordable price point. Overall, a wonderful dish as I cleaned out the plate of every drop red wine infused beef bolognese sauce. Also, #BurppleBeyond is available here so imagine getting a main for less than $10?! Definitely coming with a friend next time!
Kenneth
1w
Kimchi Spice ($12) This did indeed really taste like kimchi! The pasta took on an orange hue and and had that sourish tang that you’d expect from the preserved veg. Besides the kimchi itself, there was also green chilli and leek strewn about. The meat component; crispy pork belly, was alright, tender enough but not particularly tasty. Overall a pretty tasty and unique pasta for the price.
Dex
5w
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