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Claypot Pig Liver Kidney From 合兴砂煲肉骨茶 A bubbling hot claypot caressed by fire; sliced pig’s liver and kidney for $5, side served fluffy rice $0.50. Comforting soup.
Kevin
1w
Yong Tau Foo Laksa Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre has reopened! And I’m glad this stall has reopened too as it’s run by two elderly ladies. I was afraid they would retire but am truly glad they didn’t. They have an assortment of fried yong tau foo to complement their well fried mee/kueh teow/bee hoon and this very tasty old school laksa. Each yong tau foo is freshly made and fried to perfection. The laksa curry is just spicy enough enough for those who prefer it less spicy and to those who love it more spicy just add their chilli sauce. Others who prefer the fried mee etc order it with addition of the yong tau foo or just plain which is good too. Warning - food may be sold out by late morning. Am certain when they close for the week. Likely Mondays.
Ah Leong
1w
I was lazy trying to take a better shot of this delicious bak kut teh. But what caught my attention was the free bowl of rice for customers above 60. The lady boss understood the environment of the market. She chose to give back to her customers by giving free flow of rice. Finally after almost 2 years of word of mouths, she found her stable customers base. . . Tender ribs with thick and herby soup. Healed the soul and gave much comfort. Recommended. . . Happiest Bak Kut Teh located at Chinatown complex. Closed on Monday. Open for lunch and dinner. It was found near the escalator.
Peter
2w
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Massive Medium The Egg White with Scallop, Crab Meat & Broccoli 京都赛螃蟹 ($22.80++, Medium) was a hefty medium portion. We were advised to add vinegar to the mix & toss it around for better flavours - which is a great idea to bring the flavours out. There actually isn't much broccoli inside as I though there'd be, but a whole lot of shredded scallop, crab meat & egg white in the middle. When we were done with the broccoli, we "saved" the remaining white mix to mix in to our fried rice 😂 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🍽 Burpple Beyond partner (until 30 Jun 2019) 📱 Accepts FavePay 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Quandoo via Shopback 🧻 Wet tissue costs 50¢ each 💦 Water is chargeable
Emily
4d
A Little Addictive The Shrimp Cabbage Pie 虾皮圆白菜素馅饼 ($10.00++, 4 pieces) was another appetizer that we ordered - it came on a plate of 3. My mum was quick to notice it, but by the time she voiced it out they were already preparing a 4th one in the kitchen. Kudos to them for that. I am not a fan of fried food, but I ate a quarter of this & found myself reaching for another quarter. Yes, it's oily because it's fried, but IMHO there was a nice balance between the crispy exterior & doughy interior, as well as a good ratio between the dough & the ingredients inside. These were served piping hot & fresh as well. Not bad! 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🍽 Burpple Beyond partner (until 30 Jun 2019) 📱 Accepts FavePay 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Quandoo via Shopback 🧻 Wet tissue costs 50¢ each 💦 Water is chargeable
Emily
4d
Not Bad Though Disproportionate The Preserved Eggs Beancurd 皮蛋豆腐 ($5.80++) was a light & easy appetizer that was served to us first. The pungent yet creamy century egg contrasts well with the silky soft beancurd. The chilli sauce is also pretty bomb; tingles slightly on my I-only-selectively-eat-somewhat-spicy-food tongue in a welcoming way. Great way to kick start your meal, though I felt the ratio of ingredients was disproportionate. Would've loved more century egg to go with my beancurd. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🍽 Burpple Beyond partner (until 30 Jun 2019) 📱 Accepts FavePay 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Quandoo via Shopback 🧻 Wet tissue costs 50¢ each 💦 Water is chargeable
Emily
4d
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Shao Rou The hero of the place, this plate of shao rou that is well seasoned, well marinated, and well cooked. Flavour explosion in your mouth, with the right amount of fattiness. Every thing else was also spot on. Call your friends and family, gather them all and bring them here!
Alfred
1w
👉Grilled San-Bei Squid👈 Nestled in a two-storey shophouse along Circular Road, @thesaltedplumsg is actually a reincarnation of the now-defunct @fivetensg. They offer Weekday Lunch Bowls that go from $10 onwards and several Taiwanese tapas dishes that are priced at $5, $10 or $15! For a complete Tze Char experience, be sure to order their “Shiny Rice” drizzled with lard and garlic oil, or their comforting sweet potato congee! 。 Special mention goes out to their Grilled San-Bei Squid, which have a great bite without being overly chewy. Simply delicious 😋. 。 P.S. Be sure to make a reservation before heading down 😉. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
3w
👉New Menu Items👈 Nestled in a two-storey shophouse along Circular Road, @thesaltedplumsg is actually a reincarnation of the now-defunct @fivetensg. They offer Weekday Lunch Bowls that go from $10 onwards and several Taiwanese tapas dishes that are priced at $5, $10 or $15! For a complete Tze Char experience, be sure to order their “Shiny Rice” drizzled with lard and garlic oil, or their comforting sweet potato congee! 。 Featured are their new menu items that were recommended by @foodkingnoc. 👉Kao Rou | Taiwanese Grilled Pork Belly | Garlic Chips👈 👉Lu Rou 2.0 | Haus Sauce 2.0👈 👉Lala | Taiwanese Pesto | Pork Croutons👈 It was a pity that the Oyster Omelette and Sweet Potato Congee went out of stock even though we were there at around 7 PM 😞. 。 Although the food, in general, was slightly too oily for my liking, they were still really tasty and packed with flavours. Soaked in exquisite Dang Gui sauce, their tender Lu Rou continues to be my favourite dish there. 。 P.S. Be sure to make a reservation before heading down 😉. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
3w
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Northern Indian Food In BkTimah One of the best places for Halal Northern Indian Food, we spent about $50 in all here for: Naan (Kashmiri, Butter and Garlic) [enjoyed the Kashmiri the most]; Cottage Cheese Spinach [Palak Paneer, reminds me of Nepal somehow]; Butter Chicken Masala [tandoori chicken was used]; Mutton Do Piazza [my fav out of the 3, sweet and flavourful, need more mini green chili!]; Aloo Gobi [curry cauliflower done to perfection] and Iced Neslo [Nescafe+Milo]! Definitely must try stuff other than satay and roti if you are there!
ZC
14w
Tom Yam Soup With Fish I seriously still always feel that al azhar’s standard is inconsistent but it no doubt provides very fuss free and quick service. One of my all time favs is the Tom yam soup and I always order it with fish. It is very spicy and I will ask for the chili padi to be removed. It’s the sour spicy shiok kind that’s potent but will always draw you to order. Decided to go with the satay, chicken was a little dry but I enjoyed the mutton which was quite succulent.
XYING
31w
Kashmiri Naan I loved ordering Naan when I had a chance to, preferring them over Roti Prata. And every time I visit Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant, I would not fail to order a Kashmiri Naan (S$4.50), which contained candied fruit and chopped almonds. The uniqueness of this dish was that the Naan bread were usually doughy and dry, and the ingredients added surprises of sweetness and crunch. Not sure if anyone else would eat this with curry or butter chicken, but kids and people with sweet tooth should give this a try. Anyone knows where else would sell Kashmiri Naan in Singapore?
Siming
33w
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Chendol Bingsu ($11.90+ Sharing Portion) The starkly green pandan jelly was too much to be completely natural but I did toast hints of pandan in them. That aside everything else in the bowl made this a good rendition- tribute to the chendol we are familiar with as Singaporeans; unadulterated ingredient include red beans, Gula Melaka sauce and coconut milk.
Timtamtum
1w
Penang Bagus! Really interesting concept of Korean and Penang food fusion. We tried their penang char kway teow (this is the upsized version) and it was full of wok hei and flavour despite missing the dark sauce! We also tried the Assam laksa which had a tangy and flavourful broth, really delicious! Highly recommend trying both these dishes and since it’s on Burpple Beyond you can get both for the price of one which is an absolute steal!! We also tried the chendol bingsu which is traditional flavours with a modern fusion twist and this was pretty delicious too 😛 #burpplesg #burpple #burpplebeyond
Sarah
8w
Penang, Tze Char, Korean Goodness 😋 Seeing the snaking queue of their neighbor Punggol Nasi Lemak, Penang Bagus’ business paled in comparison. Besides a middle-aged couple, we were the only customers on a Saturday evening. They serve a mixture of Penang, Tze Char and Korean food...doesn’t that make you want to try it already??? hehe. Prices are quite ok too – penang specials are around $6, $7 while tze chars are like $8.90, $11.90 ish. Here’s what we had: 🥓Lor Bak Pork in beancurd skin served with tau gua, century egg and fishball. 🍤Penang Prawn Mee (Upsized) Nice!!! Prawns were big and fresh. A nice mix of yellow noodles and beehoon. 🥦3 Egg Spinach This was a pleasant surprise - it doubled as a light soup as well hehe. 🍖Mongolian Pork Ribs $11.90 Really good and generous (~10 pieces 😯)!! Sauce was rich and flavorful (and perhaps a bit too much) and the meat was cooked perfectly. Used beyond (penang special w drink set and Tze char) and added up to $27 only 😱 Felt so bad bc it was so cheap haha but will definitely come back!!! Totally wont mind paying the original price. And would try the Korean dishes such as bingsu and toast 👀 service is good too the aunty introduced their homemade chili and recommended the curry fish head for our next visit.
Ellejay
16w
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Hawker Centre Food Tour 4 09/06/19 - Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre Hammee's Premium Beef Cheeseburger ($8) - Sweet caramelised onions, cheese, tomato, lettuce, jalapenos, thick beef patty, soft buttery bun - Really moist beef patty; strong beefy flavour throughout the entire bun - Bun on its own was slightly sweet and very buttery; When eaten together as a whole, its flavour was overwhelmed by the beef  - Definitely must-get if you're having burger cravings - Fries were crispy though slightly too salted for me Price: 7/10 Taste: 8/10 Overall: 7.5/10 See more at: https://www.instagram.com/p/ByfdAOZgNyh/?igshid=1i1fj0o6f1gvk
Sean
1w
New Burger On The Block Hands down the best in SG. Skip the queue at shake shack and head down to commonwealth Cresent food centre. I had the 120g premium beef burger with added smoked bacon for $10. Patty is so juicy and I wolfed down the burger in 5mins. I don't usually finish the bun but I did this time. The bun is so soft! It reminds me of In&Out burger from Cali. Well done guys!
Jaster
3w
Classic Beef Cheeseburger ($6) It’s always good to see young local Hawkers making a splash in the F&B scene! Helmed by 2 young chefs, Hammee’s serves up one of the best burgers that I have had in Singapore! I love how the buns had a distinct buttery fragrance is toasted to achieve crispy edges but remaining soft too. I also love how generous they are with the cheese slices and impressed by how the flavourful beef patty was able to lock in its juices! The fries here are also good on its own! Crisp on the outside yet fluffy on the inside, could definitely do with more of this goodness ◡̈ My only peeve about this place? I wish they could give me more of those caramelised onions!
Shaun
8w
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