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Omurice With Soup ($8) Fried chicken omurice with cream sauce and fried fish omurice with marinara sauce. I was abit disappointed that the serving does not look as much as those photos in the reviews. Beneath the egg, is tomato fried rice but there wasn't enough tomato. For this price, i think it's ok.
thefoodexplorer
9w
Crispy Chicken Omurice with Demi-glace Sauce Served with a generous portion of chicken. The chicken was juicy and lightly battered. Goes really well with the demi-glace sauce. Wish more sauce was given. Beneath the layer of egg was fried rice with a hint of tomato taste. Self-service soup and water are available. Overall an affordable and tasty meal.
Ming Foong
15w
Meatball Omurice with Demi-Glacé Sauce Visited the new Canteen Bistro at Singapore Management University, which takes the place of the former premises of now-defunct B3: Burger Beer Bistro, located just a short distance away from Bencoolen MRT Station. Serving up only Omurice during lunch service, the Omurice here comes with various selection of ingredients such as Crispy Chicken, Fish Fillet or Mushroom, as well as a choice of sauce from Cream Sauce, Marinara, and Demi-Glacé. The Meatball Omurice is decently portioned for $8, though comes with its own hits and misses — the hits being the omelette itself and the Demi-Glacé sauce; the egg comes flavourful and blankets the bed of flavoured rice perfectly, being slightly runny for a good texture, while the Demi-Glacé sauce comes with an evident hint of meatiness, being a beef sauce that carries also the savoury notes of a typical brown sauce. The rice comes with a slight tang, though that it could be cooked for slightly longer considering that the grains were a tad tough, while the meatballs also felt a bit dry and doughy somewhat; the Omurice also comes with some greens such as cherry tomatoes, cucumber and coleslaw for a refreshing crunch and burst of flavours. Not too bad for those who are not too picky with what they are eating, and an interesting option to have around on campus overall.
Xing Wei
18w
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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$15) This bar along Prinsep Street opens till 3 am – perfect for midnight supper runs if you're hanging out late around Dhoby Ghaut! Take Burppler Ade Tan's lead and order up the crispy and generously coated Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken ($12), alongside the sinfully delicious Mentaiko Fries ($10). Photo by Burppler Ade Tan
Burpple
1y
Salted Egg Popcorn Chicken ($12), Mentaiko Fries ($10), Truffle Fries ($10), Spam Fries ($8) Yum yum yum! 😋😋 Listed in descending order of derived enjoyment, the salted egg popcorn chicken was so so good?? Crispy bite-sized chicken chunks that were generously coated with salted egg, and can I just say their salted egg is so legit it comes with the leaf and the flavour is just so on point 🤤🤤 Mentaiko Fries was also a sinful beauty, with thin cut fries doused in mentaiko sauce, one plate simply wasn’t enough! Spam fries and truffle fries (or more like fries with chili sauce) were alright and decent to fight off those midnight hunger pangs. Get $5 off if you order through eatsy with a minimum spend of $50 (suggest you order double mentaiko instead of double truffle), and also 1-for-1 drinks with entertainer or 1-for-1 main dish with Burpple! 😋😋
Ade
1y
You Have Been Warned During a Saturday dinner time, I went to Smoobar and told them that I was going to use the Burpple Beyond app. Their staff mentioned that I could use it on their mains and we proceeded to sit at the outdoor seats although we requested for indoors, as they mentioned that the indoor seats are meant for table for 4 (we only had 2 people). After we sat down, they immediately ask us to redeem from the app, although we have yet to order our food. I then proceeded to redeem immediately as requested, but they took my phone into the shop as they wanted to register the code and mentioned that it will be quick. I was uncomfortable having my phone taken away from me as there are private and personal information stored in it. When they return with my phone, they informed me that pancakes and waffles was unavailable, and that I could only order the pizzas and pastas. The only thing I wanted to eat was pancakes and waffles but now I had to settle for pizza and pastas. Why did they only mention this when the deal was redeemed? With little choice since I had already redeemed the deal, I had to settle with the little variety of pizzas and pastas they had. When I was ready to order, they told me that I had to order through another app called Eatsy, and there will be no service charge. To confirm, I asked them ‘oh, so if I order through Eatsy there will be no service charge? But if I order through you, there will be service charge?’ They then told me that if I order through Eatsy, there will be the service charge of 10%, but if I order through them, there will be DOUBLE service charge. ??????????? In the end, they didn’t charge me double service charge although I did order through them and told them that I was using burpple. PS: The bakwa carbonara has no bakwa. It is just ham carbonara. Ham and bakwa are 2 different things. PSS: Had they told me that waffles and pancakes were not available, I would not have sat down. PSSS: The food and service is actually passable, just that things should not unfold in this manner. You have been warn. Ask the right questions before you redeem.
I Tell The Truth
1y
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Skewers and Soju K-Ju is a modern looking place serving traditional skewers and funky soju drinks such as these colorful glowing Jupacks. They have a wide selections of skewers, ranging from chicken to korobuta pork and even air flown wagyu beef, and seafood such as tiger prawns and oysters. They also have carbs such as noodles, rice, Korean pancakes, and this mini army stew (pictured on right). If you come with more friends, be sure to order their Rainbow Soju Bomb (see @foodgemsg photo on this)! 🔸🔸 [Invited Tasting]
Justin
2y
Soju and Korean food have such a symbiotic relationship. You can't miss visiting K-JU bar after the seafood feast at Captain K. K-JU bar is located 1 level below Captain K! Chill and relax with the Rainbow Soju Bomb. The splash is simply gorgeous and each glass has its own unique flavour. Have a blast this weekend 🎉 . Where to dine? K-JU 112 Middle Road, 01-00A Midland House, 188970
Rachel
2y
K-Skewer Platter —$38 From wagyu beef to kurobuta pork, we can choose any 5 types with minimum of 2 sticks per item (total 10 sticks). . @kjusg is a newly opened korean kitchen & soju bar located at level1 within @captainksg which is known for its 9-tiered seafood. Popular for their alcohols such as k-pop (need to pop the drink) & k-packs (fruity soju in packs with light), they also have grilled seafood, army stews, spicy wings and kimchi fried rice to go along with. Now you know where to chill with your friends in Bugis area, the korean style~ annyeonghaseyo! . K-ju 112 Middle Road #01-00A Midland House, S188970 . #kjusg #skewers #sgkoreanfood #captainK #kpop #JoEuGoEat
Thechoyalicious
2y
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