Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions
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International buffet Weekday dinner buffet. Paid $154.20 in all for 1x adult, 2x kids. The Prime Ribeye, Lamb Rendang and Laksa is the my fav. My kids loves the Scallop and Smoked Salmon. The variety is alot but somehow you dun feel like it's a feast as everything is cluttered together in very small portions n keeps running out. The layout of the spread is also not convenient for kids n shorter adult like me. It's either too high up or too far deep in too reach. Dun think I'll be going back for it again. For this price, I'll happily top up more for the Line or Rise MBS.
Clove @ The Swissotel 07/06/19 Went to The Clove @ The Swissotel with a few friends on Friday night after pre-purchasing a Chope voucher where the buffet went for half price, $55.91 nett per pax after the discount. Wanting to maximise my money even more, I booked the table at the earliest possible time, 1730H and arrived at 1700H for good measure. Comparing the food that was available to the menu provided on their website, everything was pretty similar except for their desserts which was disappointingly scarce relative to their online menu. There was a distinct lack of: 1) Petit Macarons 2) Millefeuille Parmesan Cheese Tart  3) “Apple Clove” Caramel Crepe Gateaux (C)  4) “Orange Clove” Cocoa Sable (C)  5) Japan Sweet Potato Tea Cake  6) Chocolate Bonbon While I understand that the menu showcases all their dishes which are placed on a rotational basis, it would still have been good to showcase different types of desserts apart from their ruby cocoa selection. Nonetheless, my friends and I spent a good 3H at the buffet and we enjoyed our evening immensely as the variety and quality of the food overall was top-notch. My only other gripe would be that the clearance of plates may have been a tad too slow, though the staff were more than happy to provide cups of decaf coffee, skimmed milk and soya milk (Note: The soya milk tasted really peculiar, I think it may have been UHT soya milk?). Price: 8/10 Taste: 9.5/10 Overall: 9/10 See more at: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bycz7dagfmp/?igshid=67q4ojbvu9o7
Just thinking about the Do-It-Yourself poke bar (which I disgracefully ravished during my visit in manner of a malnourished Javan mynah) at Swissotel The Stamford's new Clove Restaurant (@swissotelthestamford). Taking over from where the former Café Swiss left off, the all-day dining buffet restaurant plays it all relaxed Australian market-place with its copious amounts of natural sunlight and lush greenery, serving local fare like duck kway chap, cereal crayfish and assam snapper alongside extensive meat, seafood and dessert selections.
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Value For Money Steamboat ($29.80) Onepot offers a wide variety of soups and ingredients at affordable prices. You can get up to 3 soups per table and we got laksa, mala and chicken soup. The chicken was a bit plain for our liking but the laksa and mala were flavourful and yummy.
Mala Hotpot buffet for $20?? Yes, with #burpplebeyond it's possible. Although it's not the best, it's not too bad either considering the spread available (scallops, bamboo clams, mutton slices, etc). You're able to satisfy your mala cravings definitely. Do note that your clothes will smell of mala oil after the meal, so just go really casual if you want to!
Good Variety The sauces are pretty standard, & are right by the entrance. Next to that are the ice cream freezer & free flow sugary drinks station - these cost $2 extra (total), which I didn't opt for & I felt I wasn't missing out on much. For meat, I basically whacked the beef & mutton as I usually do. They weren't too fatty, which is great! The other options are pork & chicken. The main section where the rest of the ingredients are saw a large variety seafood (the bamboo clams were a bit smelly though), mushrooms, vegetables, my favourite tang hoon & thick sweet potato noodles, & I must have cracked 4 eggs into the soup nearing the end of my meal 😂 Overall, in terms of variety & quality of food, I was quite happy with what was offered. Give the Xiao Long Baos a miss, though - despite being included in the buffet price, they aren't actually nice. Not much soup inside, & the skin is way too thick. The top is also very stiff & hard (that's what she said). 💷 Cash/NETS only 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Eatigo for 50% off, clicked through via Shopback for cashback 🍽 Burpple Beyond partner 📱 Accepts GrabPay
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[Man Fu Yuan] - Abundance Treasure Pot ($388) is brimming with 18 different ingredients. They are braised sea cucumber, 10-head abalone, Canadian lobster, Hokkaido scallops, prawns, fish maw, goose web, pig's trotters, whelk, oysters, chicken wings, preserved meat sausage, Yunnan black tiger palm mushroom, cabbage, wheat gluten, fried yam and fatty choy. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/glorious-lunar-new-year-reunions-at-man.html . Man Fu Yuan InterContinental Singapore Level 2 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 63387600 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1145am - 330pm, 630pm - 1030pm
12 Best Reunion Dinners and Takeaways for a Very Prosperous Chinese New Year in 2020 Continue reading at Miss Tam Chiak: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chinese-new-year-reunion-dinner-2020/ The premium eight-course Bliss Prix-Fixe Menu - include the Abundance Yusheng with Salmon and Fish Skin and the Steamed Tiger Garoupa with Yunnan Black Garlic, which is renowned for its health benefits! Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chinese-new-year-reunion-dinner-2020/
[Man Fu Yuan] - Toss to a successful year ahead with the new 60-inch Treasure Yu Sheng adorned with Abalone, Hokkaido scallops, salmon crisp fish skin, and refreshing passionfruit roselle sauce, shaped in the form of the Chinese character "Yuan" (苑) which symbolises a garden of plenty. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/glorious-lunar-new-year-reunions-at-man.html . Man Fu Yuan InterContinental Singapore Level 2 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 63387600 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1145am - 330pm, 630pm - 1030pm
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Plan your year end gatherings @tenkaichi.sg and make good use of their 1 for 1 promotion for their Ultimate Buffet! (That’s $139.80++ for two person)! I really think it’s a good deal - Think free flow wagyu beef(!!), pork belly and Asahi Beer! Definitely jio all your buddies for an indulgence night 🤫 No voucher or code required, all you have to do is present yourself and mention “1-for-1 The Ultimate Buffet” and you and a friend can start indulging! Available now till 31 Dec! Psst.. they are on #burpplebeyond as well for their Duluxe/Premium Buffet ($59.90++/$109.80++).
Fantastic Meat They've got a promotion going on their website itself so I didn't use beyond for this. Skip the Deluxe buffet and go straight for Premium. For 75 per person (inclusive of gst and all), I thought the meal was really worth it. The meats were beautifully marbled and melted in your mouth. We couldn't help but get more orders of both the kurobuta karubi and wagyu karubi. Highly recommend getting their tonkotsu soup for your hotpot too, it's lovely and sweet.
1 For 1 Burpple Beyond This set was $22.90 but with 1 for 1 it was quite reasonable. Honestly, was expecting more quality for the food but it was average at best. The rice did not look like Japanese rice, I think they used jasmine rice instead. However, the unagi was quite good but I’ve tasted better before. I liked the sashimi! However, portions were quite small and the chicken in the chawanmushi was pink and I did not dare to eat it. Overall, it was quite okay, would not go back there again if I were craving Japanese, could probably get cheaper and better quality food elsewhere. Food: 6.5/10
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Starting Christmas Eve dinner with this magnificent roast @regentsingapore. Golden crisp Porchetta Romana stuffed with Plums and Glazed Heirloom Baby Carrots, the ingredients combined together in a vibrant chorus. Basilico Address: Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715 #regentxmas2019 #regentsingapore #burpple
Restaurant Week Lunch Buffet [$40++] Probably the only buffet known of their wide array of cheeses 🧀 - blu di langa, pecorino Nero do pienza, taleggio DOP, ubriaco alla birra, pecorino stagionato nel fieno, puzzone di moena, piave mezzano with tons of condiments and none other than the magnificent grana padano! Wanted to skip crappy carbs to make space for the pizzas and pastas but the bread was irresistible, especially the angelo’s squid ink bread and the mushroom & truffle bread. (Both available for sale at dolcetto at $10 & $11 respectively per loaf) Glad I had the space to try the pastas. They have the following - taglioloni with seabass ragout, penne in tomato & pesto, Wagyu beef lagsane & conchiglioni with pork ragout. Specially enjoyed the taglioloni with seabass ragout and the penne! Very comforting, hearty and flavorful. They also had carving stations serving roasted turkey, lamb as well as chicken. For the roast meats, I really enjoyed the uncommon mustards like the chili mustard as well as the herb mustard. Moving on to the deserts, ice cream selection was pretty decent - nougat, chocolate, berries sorbet, green apple sorbet, peach sorbet and good old vanilla (with vanilla pods, damn legit!). The usual suspects were also spotted- tiramisu, panna cotta, bread & butter pudding, apple crumble. Some items I particularly enjoyed were the pecan tart, pistachio choux, lemon & raspberry cake. Overall, good value and selection for a buffet. Especially even more so if you love cheese! 😊
Weekday Lunch Buffet I also really enjoyed this burnt caramel hazelnut mousse cake. Surprisingly, it’s not too sweet and there’s a surprise crunchy cookie layer in between that tastes exactly like a ferrero rocher. So tasty and there’s also hazelnuts on top! Their desserts are quite big slices though, so take them to share if you wanna try more so that you can minimise food wastage!
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