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Chicken Arabiatta ($13.90) A pretty decent plate of pasta with tomato sauce and mushrooms. Well-seasoned. The grilled chicken was great, too. Liked the herb marination.
Komal
4w
Pan-Seared Salmon Fillet (SGD $19.90) @ The Bravery Cafe. With its perfectly executed fresh salmon fish fillet. . The salmon skin is beautifully crisp, crunching lightly with salty savoury flavour, while the fish itself is juicy tender flaky in texture, with delicate savoury sweet flavour. . The rich creamy lemon butter gravy lends a nice contrast of tangy sour milky notes, while the mesclun salad (baby spinach, mizuna, sorrel, red radish, curly endive / fris茅e) lends a soft crunch with decent vegetal earthy bitter herbal flavour. . However, the supposedly roasted herbed tomato tasted like a regular tomato, and I felt it could have been grilled slightly longer for more smoky sweet flavour. But the roasted baby potatoes were nicely starchy earthy sweet with a tender touch. . . . The Bravery Cafe More details in profile & blog
Ivan
8w
Bagel Set With Avocado (SGD $17) @ The Bravery Cafe. Has beautiful creamy soft scrambled eggs with delicate eggy sweet salty flavour, and the chewy soft raisin bagel with fruity bready sweet flavour. . The fresh mesclun salad (chard, mizuna, baby spinach) dressed in tangy balsamic vinaigrette has decent vegetal sweet sour bitter flavour, while the rosettes of average smoked salmon fish was tender soft with a light salty savoury sweet flavour. . The creamy soft halved avocado is paired with a sprinkle of lemon juice, and as expected, this is properly vegetal earthy nutty in taste. However, the soft cream cheese seemed an afterthought here. . . . The Bravery Cafe More details in profile & blog
Ivan
8w
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Dashing Signature Dashi Risotto Cafe located beside the lobby of a hotel. Minimal indoor seating that faces the kitchen but there鈥檚 a fair number of Alfresco seating. There wasn鈥檛 much people for a Sunday late afternoon. Tables at the alfresco seating seems to be made out of coarse wood shavings and accompanied with rattan armchairs and wooden benches. Nicely topped with a pot of green leaves and white woven serviette dispenser. The fans above do generate a good amount of wind despite their size. Ordered their Signature Dashi Risotto with a hovering thought of ordering their truffle fries. Service was extremely slow considering that there weren鈥檛 many customers waiting. After the wait, the dish arrived plated beautifully with a balance of colors. Risotto was cooked well and they were generous with the portion of enoki tempura. The crunch from the tempura enoki in each spoonful of risotto was well paired! There were also some brown mushrooms embedded within the risotto bed. Wished they had given more of those. Overall, am glad that the dish tasted really hearty and flavorful! They can definitely do better with the pricing/ portioning of the entire dish though. We ended up ordering a post lunch snack of spam fries (changed our mind from the initial idea of truffle fries). Checked on the waiting time before ordering and was assured that we wouldn鈥檛 need to wait too long but it still became a rather lengthy wait. Spam fries served were of a generous portion and came with a spice-packed aioli of sorts. Felt that there wasn鈥檛 much special about the dish though and wished we had ordered the truffle fries to try. Maybe next time! Made our way indoors for the payment and noted that there was only one chef in the kitchen. This perhaps explains the waiting time. Not sure if it鈥檚 like this on a daily basis but I definitely hope not! Would hesitate to come back again because of the price and the wait.
Zhi Xin
4d
The Laneway Market. Located at 3 King George鈥檚 Avenue, Singapore 208582. . . . Tom Kha Capellini, $19. Delicious plate of capellini stir-fried fragrantly with generous portion of minced charred shrimps and finally topped with shrimp floss & ebi! It has a lil 馃尪 kick to it, bringing out more flavours on each bite. . . . Gather a few friends here for a chilling cafe with delicious foods! Great savings when redeeming 1-for-1 mains with Burpple Beyond. . . . @thelanewaymarket @burpplebeyondfans #hungryunicornsg #burpplebeyond #thelanewaymarket #cappellini
HungryUnicorn
1w
The Laneway Market. Located at 3 King George鈥檚 Avenue, Singapore 208582. . . . Asahi Tower. Fancying a cup of icy cold Asahi beer from this super cool Asahi tower on a late Saturday night! 馃嵑 . . @thelanewaymarket #hungryunicornsg #thelanewaymarket #asahitower #asahibeer #asahibeertower #asahi
HungryUnicorn
5d
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Sum Dim Sum Queued for about an hour before we finally got a table! I can finally see what the hype is about! They serve pretty unique items like the pan fried mushroom bun, baked salted egg custard bun and steamed crispy rice roll with shrimp! The bill racked up to a whooping $63 even after using two burpple deals so it鈥檚 not v wallet friendly馃樋 However it rly serves quality food and I can tell that a lot of thought has been put into creating these dishes! This place has become one of the top dim sum places on my list and I鈥檒l be smarter in the future and make a reservation beforehand or opt for takeouts or deliveries hehe Taste: 8/10 Presentation: 7.5/10 Ambience: 7/10 (pretty small place, they should expand!!)
wen
9w
Crusty Liu Sha Bao I鈥檓 a sucker for liu sha bao and this rly blew my mind!! It鈥檚 the first time I鈥檝e com across liu sha bao w a crispy crust unlike the usual soft bao outer layer! The lava oozed out onto my fingers and I wasn鈥檛 fast enough to save some of the lava that dripped onto my plate. A definite must-try and one of the best liu sha baos I鈥檝e tasted in my life!
wen
9w
Can only redeem one Category per meal Slightly disappointed as we thought we could redeem 3 categories under Burpple Beyond (Steamed, Congee & Pan-fried) but it turns out you can only redeem one category per Beyond subscription. We chose the congee of higher value. The Salted Egg Yolk Custard Buns were really good as they spam lots of salted egg lava and the fish congee is flavorful & homely. Xiaolongbao was okay. Japanese Dumpling (though recommended on the list) was slightly underwhelming and we don't recommend it. Honey BBQ Pork Buns were not bad but might be a bit too sweet for some. Overall still worth a hearty lunch meal! Spent $31 for 2 pax with the amount pictured above + the bowl of century egg congee not featured in the image.
Katty
4w
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Ribbed For Your Pleasure Alittle tashi鈥檚 grilled lamb ribs ($26++) was probably the least aesthetically pleasant dish that nice, but it was arguably the most delicious dish on the table that night. Marinated in mint yogurt, these ribs are slow cooked for 6 hours before being plated alongside a serving of pickled beetroot. The result is outstandingly juicy and tremendously tender meat that slides off the bone with its semi gelatinous fat. It鈥檚 mildly gamey, not quite enough to be off-putting, and the flavors within are moderate. There鈥檚 a nice bit of char, which lends a nice bit of smokiness to these tender ribs. These lamb ribs might not be the most radical, reality altering ribs in existence, but they鈥檙e addictive enough to eliminate the concept of a 鈥榩aiseh鈥 piece and result in a hunger game over the last luscious lamb rib.
Russell
32w
Bruh, I鈥檓 Like, So Baked Right Now Lmao Alittle tashi is built from the ground up on a tapas/sharing plate concept, so the Baked River Prawn ($32++) does raise a whole lotta eyebrows as it seems to be in complete rebellion of said concept. A colossal river prawn is butterflied right down the middle and baked, and is then draped atop a bed of crispy shiitake garlic rice like one of your sexy French girls. Ginger scallion sauce is then squirted right down the prawn鈥檚 crack for a little extra excitement and flavor. It wasn鈥檛 as fresh as it should鈥檝e been, but it ain鈥檛 all that bad in all honesty. The crispy shiitake garlic rice would be better off with a more pungent garlic flavor, but other than that, it was pretty decent. Sure, the rice is kinda hard and crunchy rather than soft & fluffy, but they did put 鈥榗rispy鈥 right there in the menu so you had ample warning of what to expect. The real reason why I thought this dish was rather weak when considering alittle tashi鈥檚 foundational concept of Asian fusion sharing plates was mainly down to that river prawn. It鈥檚 large enough to be shared between two, but when you鈥檝e got a m茅nage a trois or more, that prawn is under equipped for said task. And when you consider the fact that this dish is $32++, it鈥檚 real easy to believe that you鈥檝e been cheated. Especially if you don鈥檛 use #BurppleBeyond. Tasty? Yes. Worth it? No. Hotel? Trivago.
Russell
32w
Surf N Turf, Not Surfin Bird The bird is NOT the word here, as this unholy matrimony of roast pork belly and mussels is all about when porcine met mollusk. Yes I know, Crispy Pork Belly & Mussels? The name alone is crazy enough, but follow me down the rabbit hole and you鈥檒l see how deep this goes. The mussels are just standard issue mollusks straight out of the shell, nothing special really. The crispy pork belly, on the other hand, was deliciously decent even on its lonesome. Sure, the rind could鈥檝e been a lot crispier, but the juiciness of the superbly seasoned meat and the tantalizingly well cooked lard made the pork belly stand out. However, the thing that manages to seamlessly fuse the two elements together isn鈥檛 black magic. It鈥檚 a sweet & sour black tamari sauce, as I have been reliably informed by alittle tashi themselves. That sourness works well to cut through the admittedly negligible brininess from the mussels, as well as the fatty richness of the pork belly. Seafood excels when paired with sweetness, and the mussels really shone with that hint of sweetness, and so did the pork belly. It鈥檚 a daring dish, and it鈥檚 true, who dares wins. This dish was one of the two outstanding dishes that night, but I still can鈥檛 help but think that at $30++ for a plate, this was overpriced. Fortunately, with #BurppleBeyond, we did get another dish free with this baby, so it made that $30 oh so absolutely worth it.
Russell
33w
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Wan He Lou @wanhelou is mostly known for its value-for-money delicious lobster porridge. But apart from that, we highly recommend that you order their signature honey kurobuta pork chops and salted egg lotus root chips! It will surely be a feast that will put you in a long food coma haha but totally worth it! The salted egg lotus root chips are superrrr addictive!! We think it鈥檚 actually more satisfying than salted egg fish skins! Ok on the flip side, we do think the portions are better suited for 3 people. Sorry la we don鈥檛 know how to eat in moderation and have portion control issues okay.
D x T
29w
For Comforting Lobster Porridge and More Make a mental note of this spot for casual group dinners in Jalan Besar. Raved about by many is their umami-licious Teochew-style Lobster Porridge ($29.90 for 2 halves, $55 per lobster). Unless you're really craving a lobster feast, the $29.90 option will satisfy. Add on the tender and chewy Pan Fried Kurobuta Pork (from $14.90) coated in an addictive sweet sauce, and get your snack on with their Crispy Lotus Root With Salted Egg ($11.90) for crunchy deep fried renkon chips drizzled in a creamy salted egg yolk sauce. Photo by Burppler Yan Fang Lim
Burpple
30w
Kurobuta Pork When this plate of Kurobuta Pork (S) was served, it left our jaws dropping! The portion looked so fine (in other words, pathetic)! BUT, IT TASTED SO GOOD! The red meat is tender yet has a bite to it. It has that wok hei/grilled aroma. Pieces of really well cooked meat that sent pleasures to my palate. The honey chicken drumlets were yummy too but the sweetness was cloying. Do try their Salted Egg Yolk (SEY) Lotus Chips! Every slice is evenly coated with that slightly creamy yet sandy SEY! Perfect for beer pairing. Wan He Lou's signature is actually their lobster porridge! The lobster is about 700g (as advised by the staff) and is served in a huge pot of broth. The porridge + broth is good for sharing among 4 pax! The soup isn't overwhelming with the sweetness of the crustacean. It certainly didnt blow me away but I found myself getting 3 bowls of it! Addictive! The texture of the broth with rice was pretty one dimensional. Perhaps they could top it off with some rice crisps.. Both meat were ordered in small sizes, except the SEY Lotus Chips that was in medium. We also got a small plate of stir fried long beans. Together with 1 lobster porridge and using Beyond's 1 for 1 (for the meat dishes), the bill came up to about $120. Not the cheapest for zichar but hey, you get atas food like lobster and kurobuta pork! Also, the place is airconditioned (gst &svc charge applies).
Pearlyn
45w
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Red Bean Pancake ($8) (Part 8 of 8) This is a very rustic version of the dish and incomparable to the one I had at YAN聽@ National Gallery. The skin could have been crispier and more intact with a greater portion of sesame seeds evenly distributed on top. Their red bean filling was thick but somehow felt that it overwhelmed the outer pancake layers at times, inconsistent red bean to dough ratio. It's still a great way to end off the meal though, washing it all down with a cup of warm Chinese Tea. Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/02/87-senze-taiwan-porridge-restaurant-01-12-19/
Sean
7w
Special Chai Poh Omelette ($16 for Large) (Part 7 of 8) Fluffy, crunchy (From the deep-fried bits below), full of flavour, sinful and satisfying. Apart from wishing that this gave you no calories or that it was offered in a buffet, there's nothing more you can expect really. Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/02/87-senze-taiwan-porridge-restaurant-01-12-19/
Sean
6w
Salted Egg Yolk Prawns ($26 for Medium) (Part 6 of 8) There was a strong aroma of salted egg wafting through the air right above the dish, causing me to steal a piece almost immediately after it was served. Unfortunately, my first impression wasn't quite as good as the coating of salted egg that I got was bland. After a few more pieces though, I realised that there was indeed some that had a flavourful crust to it with loads of flavour matching the strong aroma it was giving off. So there was some inconsistency in the distribution of flavours but a tremendous plus point for me would be their plump, juicy and moist prawns which I was pleasantly surprised to discover, especially considering how the exterior remained crisp and crunchy. Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/02/87-senze-taiwan-porridge-restaurant-01-12-19/
Sean
6w
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For 1-for-1 Bake + Coffee (save ~$12) Come by this cosy spot in Little India for good conversations and coffee. Pair their 7-Spiced Chai ($6) with the sweet and fluffy Banana Loaf (from $2.50). Otherwise, kick it old school with the Flat White ($5) and buttery Croissant (from $2.50). Photo by Burppler The RantingPanda
Burpple
7w
Banana Loaf Thought this was rather decent; while it's nothing like the banana bread with mushy banana that I love, it was pretty light and fluffy with a whiff of banana sweetness. Pairs well with a cup of coffee on the side.
Xing Wei
2y
Falafel Burger From The Wired Monkey at Dunlop Street; a new cafe that serves up specialty coffee and other cafe grub as well 鈥 the current menu consists of only two burgers, a single toast and salad. Sides and pastries are also available as well. I am pretty much a fan of chickpeas and falafel so this burger pretty much caught my attention when I was skimming through the menu. This reminds me of middle eastern food; really liked that smooth, mushy chickpea patty that is all crisp with its fried, crusted exterior 鈥 it comes with nibs of corn for some texture too. The entire burger was flavoursome; the combination of the Falafel Patty, the Tzatziki, Kale and Tomato Compote was everything tangy, zippy and savoury, while the buns were pretty light and fluffy. The sweet potato fries are well-seasoned with salt while sweet inside; pretty crisp though turns a little hard if left alone for a while. A steal at $12 鈥 the portion is actually pretty substantial; definitely leaves one full after wiping out the entire portion.
Xing Wei
2y
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