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My First Impossible Once you get past the strong fermented scent, digging into the Impossible Burger at Stamford Brasserie was a pleasant surprise. Strangely does taste like real meat! Unfortunately, it didn’t wow me enough to justify the price that impossible meats are normally tagged with.
An Ning
48w
an underwhelming experience I had visited TSB once before and quite enjoyed my meal then, so this was disappointing in comparison. We shared the TSB burger ($26++) which was highly rated but we found the “wagyu” patty dry, crumbly and cold. We actually enjoyed the brioche pepper bun more. Our other item was the roasted baby chicken ($22++), which fared better. While not flavourful, the chicken was at least moist and tender. We enjoyed the grilled brussel sprouts and garlic mashed potato - these gave flavour that the chicken was otherwise lacking. Service left much to be desired as it was difficult to get hold of the servers for simple things like water and the bill. Hoping that TSB will perform better on the next visit!
R
51w
Impossible Burger I am a Yellowcarnivore because I generally love my meat and lack an affinity with most vegetables (opps). Having said that, I have been curious to try The Impossible Burger for the longest time ever because of the amazing reviews online. I finally tried The Impossible Burger ($23) at The Stamford Brasserie and I can only say that the reviews are true: how can a plant-based patty tastes so much like a legit medium-seared beef patty😱! The patty is juicy and flavourful - a little on the salty side but not that I mind given my salty tooth. I guess the unsalted chips at the side balanced it out:P The delicious patty goes well with melted cheese, pickles, tomato and Brioche Pepper bun - didn’t expect it to be this good:)!
Gladys
1y
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For a Nutritious Aussie-inspired Brunch Complete with a trampoline and extensive food options for both adults and kids, this quaint spot is ideal for a lazy weekend brunch with the fam. Go straight for their flavourful Smashed Avo ($18) with dukkah, a crowd favourite. Otherwise, the Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18) is a killer alternative with goat's cheese, roasted portobello chunks and sprouts on sourdough. Wash it down with a Flat White ($6) and you're golden. Photo by Burppler Victoria Cheung
Burpple
41w
Smashed Avo Super colourful, loved the addition of the dukkah which provides a unique taste to the smashed avo. Presentation skills 100/100 and the smashed avo was rly flavourful w the furikake too. Added pomegranates for extra colour, juiciness n a burst of sweet
Victoria
51w
After a long day at work, I want to takeaway my food so I can rush home to indulge in my Korean dramas or variety shows. With the newly added feature on @foodpandasg, I can easily switch from Delivery to Pick-Up, thereby skipping the queues to pick up my order directly from the restaurant. And guess what - This helps to save around 100 hours a year! Plus there’s no minimum order value & no delivery fees~ To celebrate the launch of the new feature, you get to stand a chance to win up to $1,000. Just simply submit your answer to the question: What would YOU do with 100 hours? and submit it via foodpanda's website (link) before 30 November! The lucky winner will be announced on their social media channels - May the most creative, wacky answer win! #foodpandasg
Cassie
1y
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Acai Berry Bowl $14 + Banana Peanut Butter Cacao $14 Personally, I wouldn't pay $14 for the bowls if it wasn't for the chope voucher I bought. Acai Berry Bowl - the acai wasn't as icy cold and thick as I wanted, I found it to be slightly watered down (as compared to the other acai bowls I tried before). Portion was pretty small and little given that it is priced at $14. Banana Peanut Butter - not acai bowl, not exactly sure it was but tasted like fruits with blended oats and peanut butter. My boyfriend didnt really enjoyed it as he felt that it tasted like baby food. I kinda like it as I could taste the cacao flavors and there were crunchy nuts in it. But then again, with the price tag in mind, I find it not really worth it.
Edwin
22w
Smashed Avocado On Sourdough + Smoked Salmon & Poached Eggs I admit I was drawn in by the name, plus they serve healthy food which would cater to my health-conscious girlfriend. This was one of the three mains that we ordered to share. I’m a fan of cafes that smash the avocado for you and have some sort of seasoning inside as it’s easier to spread all over the bread. The smoked salmon and eggs were added at an additional cost, but they really elevated this dish. The lava flow from the perfectly poached eggs coated the zesty spiced smashed avocado, resulting in a luxurious creamy spread. The sourdough wasn’t particularly memorable as it didn’t have much of a tang, but it served its purpose as a vessel for the smashed avocado and wasn’t too hard overall. The smoked salmon added a layer of savouriness to the dish to round off the luxuriant creamy fattiness of the avocado, and really completed the whole dish. I would recommend adding on at least the smoked salmon or some ham to the avocado toast unless you REALLY love avocado as it becomes quite one dimensional and boring after a while. Carrotsticks and Cravings is a really chill and cute location to spend with your girlfriends or bae along charming Robertson Quay. It is actually much pricier than a regular cafe in my opinion for the quality and innovation of food served, but I guess it’s the location that contributes to its priciness. Pro tip: ask for a table inside, or at least under the building instead of the umbrellas as it gets extremely windy sometimes and stuff starts falling over on the table, plus hearing the umbrellas grate against the wall is not a nice sound or feeling.
Melissa
51w
Manwich Checked out Carrotsticks & Cravings’ latest outpost at Rodyk Street; a more accessible location compared to their Loewen store. Opted for the Manwich, which came with elements such as large herb sourdough, house roasted leg ham, cheddar, truss tomato seeded mustard, and a choice of side salad or avocado (we opted for the latter). The bread was crisp and provided a good chew, carrying tension with every bite, while the cheddar was all melted, gooey and stretchy, binding all the elements such as the thick cuts of ham altogether. The avocado helped to add a smooth, buttery texture that helps to neutralize all of what that is gong on in the sandwich. A pretty substantial portion, as compared to the other brunch plates available here — that being said, still pretty satisfying.
Xing Wei
1y
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For the Health Conscious Cuba Libre's latest portfolio diversification comes in the form of their lunchtime Latino Bowls - perfect for the health-conscious CBD folks. With 5 themed bowls spanning a total of 7 options, there's bound to be something that tickles your fancy. Choose from the Cuban ($11++), Peruvian ($11++), Mexican ($12++), Caribbean ($12++) or Verduras ($10++). The Cuban has 2 variants - beef or pork as the meat, & the other ingredients of the bowls are different too. The Verduras also has 2 options, both vegetarian (the meaning of Verduras, to begin with.. Is vegetables 😊). I enjoyed some Latino Bowls more than the others - my favourite being the Peruvian one for its excellent execution of the fish escabeche. Marinated lovingly for 24 hours, the Seabass has no fishy taste or smell. & I didn't have any digestive problems that I usually have with fish. Yum! My surprising favourites are the black bean rice & plantain chips. "Not surprising" favourites are the usual suspects which I enjoy & were nicely done - chickpeas, butternut squash, pico de gallo & guacamole. With a good variety of ingredients across these bowls, there's bound to be something that tickles your fancy. Thanks Cuba Libre for the hospitality & Burpple for the invite! 💕 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🖥 Accepts reservations on Chope
Emily
1y
Mojito Chicken & Actual HUGE Mojitos Out of everything I tried, I liked the Mojito Chicken ($20++) the best of the lot! With chicken being one of my least favourite meats (it's aiiiight but Does Not Really Spark Joy), I actually REALLY enjoyed how moist these skewers were. But don't expect it to come served like this (i.e. skewers) because it doesn't! Instead, you get an actual chicken thigh.. With the same delightful rum reduction & tangy mango sauce. Hopefully this variant that is served still maintains the tenderness & moisture that I love 😍 The Sautéed Garlic Mushrooms on the side were also glazed with mount gay rum - I can't say no to mushrooms & these were no exception. So addictive & juicy, I had to try to hide my toothpicks in an attempt to destroy evidence of how many of them I was eating 😂 We were spoiled for choice with Mojitos in all sorts of flavours: passionfruit, lychee, classic, strawberry, & Jose Cuervo (bring out the tequila baby). Again, we "just" got regular glasses of these babies... Which we thought were normal, until we were told that @cubalibre.sg sells these in 32oz JARS (that's almost ONE FREAKING LITRE)... Gee whiz. For only $24++ a jar (& the classic one being slightly cheaper at $22++), that's pretty damn value for money. Thanks Cuba Libre for the hospitality & Burpple for the invite! 💕 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🖥 Accepts reservations on Chope
Emily
1y
Nice Refreshing Bubbly The drink pairing of choice for the shrimp skewers & olive was a lovely CastellBlanc Cava Brut. A nice glass of bubbly, it is light & refreshing - slightly sweet, but more crisp-melon-citrusy than anything else. Thanks Cuba Libre for the hospitality & Burpple for the invite! 💕 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🖥 Accepts reservations on Chope
Emily
1y
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