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sated caramel banana brioche french toast ($15) the french toast was light and fluffy, carrying a cinnamon fragrance. my only gripe was that the toast was slightly dry. nevertheless, served with caramelised bananas, berries and an artful brush of caramel sauce, this plate was a delightful way to start my weekend. using burpple beyond for this also made my wallet happier 😋 rating: 6.5/10
mad
2m
bacon carbonara ($15) this dish tasted homely and comforting with its creamy and milky sauce that covered every strand of al dente spaghetti without being cloying. bacon bits were studded throughout the pasta and parmesan shavings also generously topped it off to enhance its richness. i thought the pricing was also quite affordable given that it’s nett, but using burpple beyond made it unbelievably worth it :0 rating: 7/10
mad
1m
big brekkie ($19) this dish boasted generous portions with uncompromising taste. i liked how you can choose from 3 different kinds of eggs - scrambled, onsen or sunny side up. my choice of onsen egg was perfectly jiggly and went well with the toast, though larger toast portions would better balance out the entire plate as I felt that every other aspect of this dish tasted better when paired with the toast, yet there wasn’t enough to go around. despite that though, the sausage was sizeable with a substantial chew without being overtly oily. the avocado and mushrooms were also well seasoned. using burpple beyond definitely made this extra worth it!!! rating: 7/10
mad
1h
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Healthy Warm Salad Bowls At Affordable Pricing I ordered 2 servings of honey soy, 1 serving of aglio olio fusilli, 2 servings of mushrooms, 1 serving of brussel sprouts, 1 serving of honey almonds and 1 pistachio delight as my sauce. This was all done using their online portal and I paid $4.90 after their 15% discount for online orders. I really liked the pistachio sauce as it had a nutty fragrance along with a strong garlicky punch to it. The amount was just nice too as I had a late breakfast and I couldn't eat too much for lunch. A standard warm salad bowl would've been too much for me to finish. Would definitely recommend!
Ray
19h
Excellent Value For Money In CBD Away with standardised salad/grain bowls in CBD area. YOBO offers pay per portion concept, with bonus add on macros nutrition information. Excellent for girls as there won’t be food wastage due to those standard sized salad/grain bowls. You can have a bowl of 400 kcal (recommended kcal for me) for approximately $7! All items, including sauces are made in house! Would recommend: broccoli purée!
shirley
22h
For Delicious Build-Your-Own-Bowls in the CBD Make note of this spot on Cecil Street for quick, customisable lunches. Their Small bowls ($8.90, or 1-for-1 with #BurppleBeyond) includes a base, protein, three sides, one topping and sauce of your choice. Keep it healthy with Japanese brown rice as your base, and tender chicken breast for protein. Burppler Zac Lee recommends adding on their creamy and smooth broccoli purée for an extra fifty cents, while Burppler Gan Zhang Xun suggests topping it off with their kale chips for an earthy bitterness. Photo by Burppler Gan Zhang Xun
Burpple
6d
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Tiramisu Of The Voluptuous Mouthfeel ($12++) Made with Rwanda Superior Coffee, the Tiramisu comes in a cup and is very thick and full-bodied in texture. It is not the “wet” kind but firm-ish, extremely creamy and on the heavy side. So it can be filling but you won’t care because you’ll be too busy savouring its heady aroma and scrumptiousness.
Veronica
4d
Orchard Road Has A Brand New Coffee Paradise. H O S T E D On the street level of ION Orchard (#01-15/16) is the newly open @bachacoffeeofficial which happens to be the first international outlet of the Marrakech-born coffee specialist brand. The original Bacha Coffee, built in 1910, is still housed in the Dar el Bacha palace or “House of the Pasha” and if you explore online, you can see how beautiful it is. Naturally, the Singapore venue is nothing but stunning as well. Coffee-lovers will have a field day here as it houses over 200 single origin 100% Arabica coffee beans from farmers in Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Asia and beyond. From fine flavoured and fine blended coffees to naturally C0₂ decaffeinated coffees, there is something for every palate. The company’s focus is on achieving the perfect roast and grind to accentuate each coffee’s unique qualities and complexities, and I had the pleasure of trying three types (each pot costs $9++) beginning with the strongest, a Single Origin from Ethiopia’s Sidamo Mountain. It had a spicy, fragrant aroma, very full body as well as floral and cracked cocoa bean notes. From the fine blended coffee range, I was served the malty-flavoured, nutty-overtoned “Three Volcanoes” that contained Central American and Arabian beans. It was my favourite of the lot. Named “1910 Coffee”, the third was a fine example from the fine flavoured section with its mesmerising fragrance of strawberries and cream. I think it might be the one that can convert the non-coffee drinkers because it’s really lovely, especially with some chantilly cream or milk (these accompany every order of coffee here). To be frank, I wasn’t expecting a lot from the food because at first look, I thought it might be a “style over substance”. How wrong I was! The food menu may not extensive but what I had by Head Chef Jeremy and Pastry Chef Ryo were very good. These are what I recommend: the superbly buttery Croissants ($8++ for 2), the Scrambled Eggs with Truffle and #brioche that’s TO-DIE-FOR ($24++), the Tiramisu with Rwanda Superior Coffee (love its incredibly luxurious mouthfeel) and the Strawberry Soup with vanilla ice-cream, a most delightful and refreshing creation ($12++ per dessert).
Veronica
2d
For Coffee in a Moroccan-Inspired Cafe Seek respite from the heat in this quaint cafe tucked away in ION Orchard, inspired by the architecture in Marrakesh. Opt for the Moka set ($36) that includes a choice of hot or iced coffee, a chicken japaleno sandwich, and a choice of two croissants, two cakes or one pastry. On coffee, Burppler Evan Mua recommends the Sidamo Mountain single origin from Ethiopia ($9 per pot) for an intense depth of flavour with dainty floral notes or the fragrant Royal Pistachio ($9 per pot). Photo by Burppler K T
Burpple
3d
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Feasted At The Kebab Party Pop-up! Even though I had plans that night, there was no way I wouldn’t stop by the “Kebab Party” thrown by Meatsmith Little India. I mean, how often do you get to stuff your face on freshly-made, warm chickpea naan cradling different delicious fillings by Resident Chef Kurt Sombero and his Guest Chefs, right? (The correct answer is about once every 3 months but that isn’t the point here 😆). Not that it was in any way a competition but I‘d say Chef Kurt’s “Butter Chicken” resonated strongest with me. Big, tender pieces of smoky grilled meat came smothered in a kickass curry gravy rich in Indian spices, and juxtaposed by cool, crisp pickled veg - what a mouthwatering combo. That’s irrefutable proof right there again of Chef Kurt’s knack for spinning palate-dancing flavours. The Lokal’s Chef Darren Farr’s Vietnamese-inspired “Pork Banh Mi” leaned towards a lighter, cleaner taste profile with slices of the meat dressed in a pretty melange of fresh herbs and sauces. Keeping in line with Chef Darren’s style of cooking, he made everything from scratch too. I am glad I started with his creation as it allowed me to appreciate its flavours better. The third was the “Sabab” by Japanese Chef Sho Naganuma. It featured a hefty piece of spice-rubbed, grilled mackerel. T’was a rather interesting mash-up of condiments on that naan but it was the smoky fish that I was drawn to the most.
Veronica
5h
Burnt Coconut & Jackfruit Pudding/ Coconut Custard Chocolate Not a wide range of desserts but one’d probably be toooooo full so the burnt coconut & jackfruit pudding works as a sweet ending. Sugarcane meringue, a pretty interesting jackfruit custard pudding, sea coconut cubes, raspberries. Liked how the textures all came together. The coconut custard chocolate was fragrant but a tad sweet for me, those with sweet tooth will like this!
Zhihui
2d
Duck Cigar ($10) Aged & smoked duck, done three ways. Also enjoyed the Duck Cigar ($10), very crisp fried spring roll skin encasing the tender pulled duck. The same savoury-sweet sauce here was a pretty good pairing too!
Zhihui
2d
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