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For 1-for-1 Beverage (save~$6.80) Find some respite from the heat in this calming, minimalist tea bar on Tan Quee Lan Street. The teas are freshly "pulled" using an espresso machine. Have the incredibly refreshing Grape Oolong Tea ($6.60) and the complex Grapefruit Genmaicha that's pleasingly bitter and very fragrant. Alternatively, follow Burppler Dex Neo's lead and opt for the Pear High Mountain Oolong ($6.30) that's sweet and fruity. Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim
Grape Oolong Tea ($6.60) Checked out this new tea cafe located at Tan Quee Lan Street (beside Kin Moo) last week, and was impressed with the minimalistic interior the moment I stepped in. What’s interesting is that all their teas are brewed to order using an espresso machine! Ordered the recommended Grape Oolong, and i really liked it! The taste was really refreshing, with the sweetness from grape juice, tartness from pressed grape skins paired with a highly floral Oolong tea all forming a perfect balance! They are also available on Burpple Beyond too, which means more reason for me to return to try their other teas!
Grape Oolong & Matcha Latte Grape Oolong was great, interesting combination. Look forward to trying out the other teas available! Matcha Latte was ok, not very fantastic, matcha taste wasn’t strong, couldn’t really taste the matcha fragrance. Will skip this the next time.. (Had no sugar for both drinks. For Grape Oolong, it was already quite sweet on it’s own) Overall: 1-1 price is really worth it!! Do head down and give it a try. Just to note: minimum seats available :)
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Best Falafels And Fluffiest Pita Breads In Singapore I find falafels at other places in Singapore really dry, but these were perfect and tasty! And the pita breads were like clouds.
Fill Free ($9) The dish was actually very filling. Be careful when ordering the spicy flavour though!!
Fill Free ($9) This was one of those experiences that changed my life. At that time a few months back, I was at a crossroads paved into ennui. A depravity of inspiration, of novelty and whimsy in gastronomy. Then came along Eli. Then came along Pita Bakery. It was love at first sight and love at first bite, respectively of course. Enchanté, I was never happier. - 📍 THE PLACE Bordered on the outskirts of eclectic Kampong Glam on Bali Lane, Pita Bakery is a cozy shack with just 5 tables (3 inside, 2 outside), but makes up for its unassuming tiny space with its moreish Mediterranean food that keeps a loyal band of falafanatics (falafel and fanatics get it hah) coming back for weekly takeaways and outsiders into the fold. - 🍽 THE FOOD 1️⃣ Fill Free ($9) - the holy grail, a beatific combination of Middle Eastern flavours stuffed into a pillowy, fresh-baked pita. We’re talking bountiful balls of scrumptious falafels and crisp turshi topped with a tantalizing blend of tahini, harissa and amba 2️⃣ Hummus ($4) - , thoughts? 3️⃣ Take It Easy ($8) - while the naming conventions may seem like something straight out of a comic book café, make no mistake, this is a place that gets their Middle Eastern food right. 8 balls of warm, crunchy and seductive falafel nestle in a perfectly shaped wooden tube, fresh for the picking to be dipped into either the hummus or harissa that these eight little dwarves come with - 🤔 THE VERDICT If you’re like me and find yourself falling in love with a Jew with no idea how to get around Kosher laws on food by the third date, look no further than Pita Bakery, which happens to be Halal, Vegan AND Kosher. On god do I dream of the pitas from there at times.
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[GIVEAWAY] $100 Tono Cevicheria Dining Vouchers. 🔸 Have you tried Peruvian food? It's certainly an experience, but aren't anything quirky or adventurous. Because I think Singapore is ready for Peruvian food, or Nikkei cuisine under the Japanese influence. After all, we can take chilli very well, and we love heat in our food, whether served warm or cold, and the strong zesty flavors works up out appetite very well. It's not easy to find a Peruvian restaurant in Singapore, but we have Tono Cevicheria, which is also the first in Asia. 🔸 Here's how you can win a $100 voucher to dine at Tono Cevicheria. To qualify, simply: 1. Follow @tonocevicheria, @riardsg, and @justinfoodprints 2. Name any one dish served at Tono Cevicheria 😊 3. Tag a friend. As with all giveaway etiquette, tag only those you know irl, and who wouldn't mind you sharing this with them. 🔸 Entries would close on 9 Feb. 🔸 Pictured are some dishes served at Tono Cevicheria's weekend brunch menu, and dinner menu. 🔸 #giveaway #giveawaysg #sggiveaway #sgcontest #contestsg #fujifilm #burpple #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #sgjapanesefood #burpplesg #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #和食 #omakase #sashimi #刺身 #おまかせ #seafood #sgrestaurant
Tried Peruvian cuisine for the first time today! The ceviche was interesting and very appetising. It tastes Mexican because of the corn tortilla used. The fish was Super fresh and the dressing was really zesty and refreshing. The best thing we ate was the Plancha de mariscos!! It’s essentially grilled vegetables and seafood with a Super delicious sauce and crispy quinoa! I’ve never had anything like it but it was so good! The paella was pretty forgettable though. Service was pretty good too! #burpple #burpplesg #burpplebeyond
Pulpo “Al Olivo”($28) The slices of octopus were cooked very gently, and was a vessel for the flavours that came through via the black olive mayo, chimichurri, garlic crisps & what I think are wisps of fried sweet potato. Was decent but would have preferred the octopus to have some char / smoky flavours.
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Salmon Grain Bowl Vs Tom Yum Seafood Pasta If you are looking for a place to relax & chill while enjoying some asian fusion dishes, you may want to drop by @dualcafe.sg which is conveniently located along Arab Street, within 10 mins walk from Bugis MRT Station. Between the two dishes, Tom Yum Seafood Pasta & Mirin Salmon Grain Bowl, I had a difficult time deciding which is my favourite main! The Tom Yum Seafood Pasta was tasty & flavourful! Loving the pretty presentation of the dish as well! While the salmon grain bowl has the best option of having a combination of both salad & brown rice, allowing individuals to enjoy a healthy diet.
Unagi, Egg & Toast Rise & Shine! Thinking about where to visit for brunch this weekend? Check out @dualcafe.sg ,located along Arab Street, a cafe which serves a wide variety of asian fusion dishes! One of my favourite dish is the unagi, egg & toast. Although it may sound like a simple dish, but sometimes it is the simplest dish that makes us happy 😊. Apart from the unagi, egg & toast, I will be sharing about the other mains from @dualcafe.sg in my upcoming post! Thank you @ariane.le for extending the invite & @dualcafe.sg for the warm hosting!
Lunch Set Bad service. They did not inform us before ordering which ingredients were not available. They waited until we chose the ingredient before telling us they ran out. What's worse was after the order was sent to the kitchen, a staff came to tell us that another ingredient was not available. After which, yet another staff came ti clarify the order again. Don't recommend their service, the food was ok. Value for money. nice music n gentle staff tho.
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Thai Boat Noodles, Thai-licious Decided to come here after reading so many good reviews, even good reviews by Seth lui. Came with a group of 4. But honestly, food was ok.. the noodles were overcooked, which made it lack texture. The soup was good though, and fragrant. The best part about the meal was really the sides. If I can advice you on anything, just get the Thai fish cakes. They are the highlight!! Even the chicken wings pale in comparison to the fish cakes. Will not come back again though. Place was small, owner wasn’t too friendly. Food: 2/5 Price: 3/5 Place: 2/5.
$8 (Pork/Beef) Boat Noodle I have always been a fan of boat noodle ever since I heard abt it. The soup is so light & it defo brings warmth to your heart & soul. Ordered the pork one while he ordered the beef (Cus I rarely eat beef.... he did mention the beef soup is a lot btr tho) & I thought it was okayyyyyy, soup was light & sweet, portion was good. Nth spectacular but still a really good bowl of noodle. Shrimp fritters ($8.80) - we enjoyed this a lot!! The prawns are succulent, sweet, bouncy oOoOooO Thai Green Milk Tea ($3.50) - typical drink u can get at pasar malam for $1.50 but a Thai meal is never completed w/o some milk tea hehe Bandung ($3.50) - I tried it & my first instinct was “omg... this is so great, so milky” until he said it tasted exactly like HL strawberry milk...... which I agree after awhile..... so idk la try it for urself HAHAHA I was pretty mind blown
Mini Boat Noodles With Pork And Beef $9.90 Burpple 1 for 1 set Wow! This place has really good Thai food! Although kitchen is quite small and they seem to have slower service during peak periods when it's full house, I think the quality of the food makes up for it Really good value for money set for one side dish, one main and one drink per person. Our main was around $9-$10 and side was $12? Bill for 2 was only $30! ___ Hubs loves this dish so much as it reminds us of one of our fave beef noodles from jb (triple k). Surprisingly we haven't really had boat noodles in bkk/ Thailand before but if it tastes like this we will like it very much! Soup is delicious and flavourful with small fried garlic and there's generous serving of beef and pork! The brisket is so tender and melts in your mouth.
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