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Yaki Ebi Be-Kon Bata Yaki While I was very used to seeing bacon-wrapped straw mushrooms or asparagus in grilled skewers, it might just be my first encounter with the prawn version. Indeed, this item was delightful with the prawn cooked just nicely, and the juiciness of the seafood played down the possibility of having an over-salty bacon and butter coat. Wonder how it would be even more unforgettable if there is some Kewpie mayonnaise on them. Fattening, yes, but worth the calories! Also available ala carte at S$18.00. #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
2h
Snowy Cherry Blossom Chawanmushi #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
19h
Sashimi Moriawase Cheers to having a platter of raw fish in an eat-all-you-can setting, and that was what Shin Minori could offer in their Omizu Buffet menu. The assortment might vary depending on the availability, but would usually come with 6 kinds of Sashimi if you would take all of them. Otherwise, the Sashimi could also be selected to your preference, ranging from salmon, spicy seared tuna, tuna, yellow tail, octopus or cuttlefish. The most satisfying thing about this item was that the seafood were cut to the right thickness, and one could tell its freshness easily (I simply liked eating it with a bit of Wasabi). I would say that this item made a fantastic start to my meal, though I might also consider eating a few rounds of Sashimi as my meal too. Thankfully, Burpple Beyond had my weekday dinner buffets covered as one of their deals, so for S$49.90 I could indulge in a Japanese feast for 2 pax. Awesome, isn’t it? #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
14h
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mentaiko soft shell crab burger $25 // there are those days when you consume a meal that is probably equivalent to your weekly calorie intake, and today is one of them. this dish was superrrrr sinful and rich, but also very yumz!! a generous chunk of battered soft-shell crab as the patty, drenched in mentaiko sauce, topped with ikura (which gave nice pops of fish roe oil(?) with each bite, good texture!!), a slice of melted cheese and sandwiched between 2 fluffy, toasted hamburger buns!!! SO much carbs, but thankfully there was a single piece of lettuce to let me feel like i was being healthy uh (jkjk it didn’t, but have this dish anyway, it was great and u deserve a treat once in awhile!!) this restaurant is quite a hidden gem, as it is situated in a corner of south beach tower within one of their blocks, but very chilled out ambience once you enter and the service staff were prompt and efficient, which made my experience here a fond one :-)
bev
3w
breakfast burger The hangover burger ($22) fared much better! A single wagyu patty was accompanied by a crispy hash brown drizzled with maple syrup, a fried egg, sautéed mushrooms and the usual cheese, lettuce and tomato. The beef patty was similarly below expectations, but the variety of flavours and textures more than made up for it. Interestingly, there was a dash of hot sauce in the burger!
R
4w
double trouble The Armoury Burger ($23) comprises of two wagyu patties, bacon, cheese, lettuce and tomato. The bacon added a dash of savouriness but the beef was a tad dry, with a flavour that was not distinct. The sauce tasted like thousand island! The bun was pretty dense but well buttered, and the fries sprinkled with paprika. Unfortunately, it didn’t quite live up to the hype of being a namesake burger.
R
2w
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Korean Fusion BBQ (Dunlop Street) 06/09/19 Time limit: 100min (I think this applies only to Eatigo users) Price: $18.60 (After 50% Eatigo discount and 10% Service Charge) Note: No GST charge at this buffet A small obscure restaurant located on the second floor of a shophouse along Dunlop Street. They had quite a wide variety of marinades for the pork belly as well as a variety of different types of meat and meat cuts. In addition to the meats were the vegetables and pineapple (Probably canned) and watermelon. There was a waffle, ice cream and cooked food station as well. On top of that, they provide free-flow drinks for an additional $2.50 nett. Otherwise, you're strongly recommended to bring your own water. While there was a decent variety of meats, I wouldn't come back again, even with the 50% discount as none of the meats were high quality and none of the marinades stood out in particular apart from perhaps, the herbal pork belly. Price: 8/10 (This is after the 50% discount) Taste: 5.5/10 Ambience: 4/10 Overall: 5.5/10 (Would not be over 5 without the 50% discount) More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2ecO5CAAoN/?igshid=1hpgzoaqyu5ey Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.blogspot.com/2019/09/buffet-review-korean-fusion-bbq-dunlop.html
Sean
4w
For 1-for-1 Buffet (save ~$30) Your next weekend fam lunch should look a lot like this: Value-for-money Korean-fusion BBQ with over 50 items, including 13 (!) different flavours of pork belly. Photo by Burppler Jean W
Burpple
26w
For a Korean BBQ Buffet Lunch with the Fam Located along Dunlop Street, this cosy, value-for-money Korean-fusion joint makes a great spot for lunch with the fam. Young and old are bound to appreciate the BBQ Buffet ($30 per pax), which features over 50 items from tteokpokki (rice cakes) to meats. Take Burppler Ivan Teh's lead and go for the 13 different types of marinated pork belly, his favourites being the refreshing Herb and the locally-flavoured Lychee. Don't miss out on the fluffy made-to-order waffles as well! Photo by Burppler Iris Lim
Burpple
44w
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Always A Good Time I’ve been coming here for years and I enjoy myself each time. Located in the basement of Grand Hyatt, its secretive charm makes it even more cosy. It’s something about the dark setting, bistro style table cloths and warm hospitality that I just know I’m going to have a good time the moment I walk through the doors. I always go for Pasta as I’m a sucker for pasta 🤷🏻‍♀️ what I like is that they do have a salad bar as well which serves pretty decent stuff and the bread bar is complimentary with any order. My favorite spreads are the garlic pesto and ripen tomatoes! I feel it’s worth it if you go for the Set Menu that comes with any starter, any main and any dessert. As I usually go for the Spaghetti Cioppino that comes with half main lobster ($44) the set is worth it! It’s divine by the way. Would definitely recommend anyone who wants a good Italian meal in town.
Beverly
10w
Sunday Brunch Sundays are meant for brunch ! Had a lovely brunch buffet with mummy - some Mother Daughter time with great food and great ambience. Great pizzas prepared with a traditional oven . Well balanced between being crisp and slightly chewy. Pete’s Place reminds one of my favourite Italian places because it holds so many good memories . The world may change but Pete’s Place remains unchanged .
MichelleLIN
12w
Dessert Table I have featured Pete’s Place tiramisu as the best tiramisu ( in my opinion ) but for days when tiramisu isn’t my cup of tea , I am Glad that the plethora of desserts available at Pete’s place’s lunch buffet / weekend brunch always has something for me. Pete’s Place has such high quality homemade desserts - I simply wouldn’t go anywhere else - I am pretty much trapped 🥰 I have tried the desserts from all across the dessert section of hotel buffets and sad to say, other than the rise at MBS and Pete’s Place - most don’t meet the passing mark. Featuring here is the the passionfruit bombalini - it’s like a tender doughnut filled with real passionfruit purée mixed into a light cream . The flavours just explode with every bite . Much commendable is also the apricot crostata with a tart apricot topping balanced off with a crisp and buttery base - so sinful but so good . The profiteroles were also outstanding . Drenched with a high quality chocolate and then filled with custard cream . Every piece of dessert is just so lovingly made - 10/10
MichelleLIN
17w
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🎶We don't even have to try~ It's always a good THAI~🎶 You're bound to have a good time at @thediningroomsg with the THAI feast lovingly prepared by Guest Chef Surasak Pholdeeyiam from Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park! 🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭 Available for both lunch & dinner, 16-23 Oct! ✌🏻 . Here's a sneak peek of what's in store for you! 🔹️Pad Thai Goong (Traditional Thai Tamarind wok fried rice noodles served with prawns 🦐 & beansprouts) 🔹️Murgh do Pyzza 🐓 🔹️Spicy Pineapple Fried Rice with Seafood & Chicken Floss 🍍 🔹️Pla Nueng Ma Now (Steamed Seabass with Thai herbs, chilli & lime) 🐟 🔹️Gaeng Khua Poo Bai Sha Pool (Coconut red curry with crab 🦀 & betel leaf Southern-style) 🔹️Ta-Lay Pad Char (Stir-fried seafood with fresh herbs, green pepper, fresh chilli & basil) 🦑 🔹️Chips 😍😍😍 🔹️Khai Toon Srong Khueng (Steamed egg custard with minced pork & shrimp) 🔹️Gaeng Daeng Moo Nhor Mai (Red curry pork, bamboo shoot) 🐖 🔹️Gai Thord Sa Mhun Prai (Crispy chicken with kaffir lime leaves) 🍗 . Buffet prices are as such: ✔Lunch: $58++/$29++ (adult/child) ✔Dinner: $78++/$39++ (adult/child) . 📢LUCKY DRAW📢 Every guest who dines during this period stands a chance to win a pair of return economy tickets to Bangkok on Thai Airways & 2night stay at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park! ☘ . Time to head down for EnTHAIsing Siam at @SheratonTowersSg!
serene
13m
The Dining Room from @sheratontowerssg and Bangkok Marriot Marquis Queen’s Park join hands to present the authentic experience Thai Gourmet. Diners can enjoy the spread from Chu Chee Pla Kra Pong – deep-fried sea bass fillet with creamy red curry; Gaeng Khua Poo Bai Sha Pool – fresh crabmeat with red curry and betel leaf; Guay Tiew Nua Toon – stewed beef noodle soup; Moo Sam Chan Thord Nam Pla – crispy pork belly with fish sauce; and more. Be a lucky winner to win a truly EnThaiSing Siam trip, inclusive of a pair of return economy class air tickets to Bangkok and a 3D2N stay at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park! #dontsaybojio 📍The Dining Room. Sheraton Towers. 39 Scotts Road.
Cecil
38m
This mouthwatering spread got me tongue-THAIed! 😍😍😍 Teleport yourself to the Land of Smiles this Oct at @thediningroomsg! 🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭 With Guest Chef Surasak Pholdeeyiam from Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park 👏🏻, I’m sure the tantalising Thai fare at The Dining Room (both lunch & dinner, 16-23 Oct) that boast of authentic Thai flavours will make you scream Aroi-mak-mak! 🤤 . Here are some of the highlights: 🔹️Moo Sam Chan Thord Nam Pla (Crispy Pork Belly with Fish Sauce) 🐖 🔹️Guay Tiew Nua Toon (Stewed Beef Noodle Soup) 🐄 🔹️Chu Chee Pla Kra Pong (Deep-fried Sea Bass Fillet with Creamy Red Curry) 🐟 🔹️Som Tum Gai Yang (Papaya Salad with Grilled Chicken) 🥗 🔹️Khao Soi Gai (Coconut Curry Noodle Soup with Chicken) 🐓 🔹️Gaeng Khua Poo Bai Cha Plu (Fresh Crabmeat with Red Curry & Betel Leaf) 🦀 🔹️Gaeng Keow Wan Gai (Green Curry with Chicken) 💚 🔹️Khao Yum (Southern Rice Salad with Assorted Toppings) 🍚 . Buffet prices are as such: ✔Lunch: $58++/$29++ (adult/child) ✔Dinner: $78++/$39++ (adult/child) . 📢LUCKY DRAW📢 Every guest who dines during this period stands a chance to win a pair of return economy tickets to Bangkok on Thai Airways & 2night stay at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park in a lucky draw! ☘ . Time to head down for EnTHAIsing Siam at @SheratonTowersSg! 👍🏻
serene
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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.
Ethel
5w
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!
Jason
9w
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
Emily
15w
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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.
Rainer
1w
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
Vanessa
7w
MUST READ - Great Food But Very Schemy Went because of Burpple, 1 for 1 and because we love Wagyu so we went for the premium On their website the price of their buffet ranges from 40+ with premium at 64.9++ but as soon as they found out we ereee using burple they wouldn't allow the price that everyone else pays normally, instead it was $180 per person after ++ so we ended up paying 90 per person WHICH IS A TOTAL SCAM because it would have been cheaper without Burpple which was 64++ without the Burpple. Food was great but trust me if you read enough reviews you'll realise they are very dodgy and scammy. Another example is the premium was so much more expensive because it's more variety of wagyu AND you get free flow Ben and Jerry's ice cream which is not obvious and I looked everywhere on their menu and couldn't find it. I only knew because I read a review online, otherwise they would have gotten away with us having no free flow ice cream because they never told us, they purposely hide that info from you. Just because they're unethical and dishonest I wouldn't come back here again. Disappointed that you pay for burpple for such a terrible deal. Shame on burpple for allowing this also
Henry
12w
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BB 1-FOR-1 // Wagyu Beef Buffet BILL: Premium dinner buffet for 2 comes up to be $148.02 after GST and service charge * Inclusive of free flow drinks and Ben & Jerry's ice cream REMARKS: * Indoor and outdoor seating available * Various types of dipping sauce * Good variety of hot and cold drinks * Cooked food such as fried rice, sushi, soba, gyoza, chicken skewers, mixed veggies * 8 flavours of Ben & Jerry's ice cream * Unsure of what is the wagyu beef grade but still a good experience trying wagyu beef dishes we never had before such as ox tongue, wagyu beef tataki and even wagyu beef tartare * Service is good; our empty ingredient plates were promptly cleared by the polite Filipino staff * We stuck to the 90-minute limit and stopped ordering and barbecuing when the time was up. We continued to sit for a while more, drinking and eating ice cream and there was no pressure from the staff for us to leave. Appreciated that. * It did get a bit gelat towards the end though * Pork cheek fillet was superrrr fatty and tough to chew * Enjoyed the wagyu beef short plate and scallops the most
Eatssentially
9w
Delicious but pricey Paid ~$148 (after gst n svc charge) for 2 pax for the 90 mins premium buffet. There was a decent variety of wagyu beef cuts and the wagyu was melt in your mouth yummy. Staff was pleasant and brought our orders relatively quick and were helpful in changing our grill too. Overall pleasant experience but the fact that burpple beyond basically only gives you ben & jerry's ice cream (for $3 less than their in house $59.90++/pax promo), makes the beyond deal pretty bad as compared to other restaurants. Not a true 1 for 1.
Sharmaine
14w
Didn’t opt for the buffet since it was our weekday work lunch hour. However the set lunch still came with buffet choice of appetizers, salad, soups, chawanmushi, small bites, dessert & drinks! So so so good deal! 🥚 I ordered Wagyu Saikoro Steak Set ($26.90) and the beef cubes though fatty but yummy. I really really love the grated radish with citrus sauce! Very very satisfyingly sour & tasty 😋 Likely to return for the bbq buffet at a more leisure dining time. Only side effect - we smelt ‘bbq’ after dining 😆 #burpple
Judy
18w
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For 1-for-1 Buffet (~save $60) Meat lovers, jot this one down! This meat-centric Buffet (from $42) housed in Park Hotel Alexandra serves up superb roasts in a comfy setting. While there isn't a wide variety, the salt-grilled Ana Paula Black Angus Ribeye and the succulent Spit-Roasted Chicken with Truffle are sure to satisfy. Also good is the Seafood Medley, comprising fresh prawns and squid in a tasty broth. Photo by Burppler SG Food On Foot
Burpple
4w
Beef (Dry-Aged, Slow Roasted) Finally had some time for a longer lunch, and decided to head to The Carvery to try the meat buffet. The beef and lamb was fabulous! They even had different types of sea salt that would go with the meats - charcoal, red lava sea salt, mixed spices sea salt. Personally, I liked the mixed spices sea salt the best - it went very well with the beef and gave it more texture and flavour. The service staff were prompt and alert to ensure my water was topped up; they took the time to speak with me - asking if I’ve tried their carving station and even explained how that they dry-aged their beef for approximately 2 weeks before they slow roast it, then roast it in their charcoal oven. In addition, they had 2 types of goat cheeses, which is rare for any restaurants or buffets. It may not be everyone’s top choice but I loved it So thumbs up on this! Their pork knuckle is usually for dinners; and on weekends, they would have 2 different types of beef available. This probably explains the difference in the buffet price. A buffet for the meat lovers!
Louisa
5w
They were not kidding when they said that their rotasserie chicken is their specialty. The meat was really tender and juicy, and didn't need any sauce to go with it. Rather than the variety, their quantity do shine for certain dishes such as their wood fire pizzas and bread pudding. Worth it if you get the 1 for 1 @chopesg voucher for about $50!
Jason
8w
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