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BEYOND
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Beef Ragu Spaghetti $23+ A satisfying bowl of pasta with many pieces of beef. Beef was not as soft as I expected it to be but was still marinated well and tasty. Was happy with the ratio of pasta to beef as it was just nice, unlike some places where they give few pieces of meat! The base of the pasta was very tasty too and was not too oily. The spaghetti doesn’t really absorb the sauce so remember to scoop some sauce to accompany the pasta to maximise the flavour. Portion wasn’t too big too but enough for me, but still a little pricey after burpple beyond. Food came very quickly though, which was great because I was hungry. Free water provided too :)
i luv
16h
impossible burger $24+ The cheese veggie patty was super tasty and full of flavour despite it not having any meat. It was soft and juicy. The bun was buttery and soft. Fries were crispy and had quite a generous serving, along with the salad. There was no gst but service charged was charged for both items when using burpple beyond, so paid around $14.5 for this in the end. Not super cheap but was a good try. Might come back to try the other items as they looked interesting.
i luv
16h
Chocolate Pappardelle Curioused by the reviews of this dish, I finally went to try it out. It tasted weird on the first mouth but okay on the second and subsequent. You can't really taste any chocolatey taste in this dish and yea, more like beef stew hor fun kind of thing. Interesting to try but not my dish. By the way, service was bad as the staff ignored our request several times to change seat due to strong air con wind when she actually said she will check but never ever get back. We got our seats changed immediately after asking another staff. Upon food served, the menu and reservation tag on our small 2 pax table were not taken away by staff. Another couple came in and took over the 'cold seats' requested to the 1st staff mentioned for a change of seats too and I saw her walking away with her eyes rolling. Seriously? Upon asking for bill, I saw the staff looking at our table, supposedly to confirm what we ordered, keying in the bill at the POS machine but carried out other tasks half way after another staff asked her to help with serving food. I bet she forgot our bill because she went on with wiping glasses after. No, they were not understaffed. We ended up walking up to the cashier to pay our bills after a while of waiting because she clearly forgotten our bill. Will not return again.
Machiato
1m
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For Sweet Crepes and Savoury Galettes By the folks behind Punch and the now-defunct Ronin comes this elegant creperie set in Raffles Arcade Hotel. You're here for a relaxing afternoon with good friends who'll share good food and a nice conversation with you. Start with the savory Salami & Potatoes Galette ($18), where roasted potatoes, brie, an oozy egg and crispy salami make for a lovely dish. Then, move onto a coffee and Crepe with Burnt Caramel and Butter ($16) that is sure to please. Photo by Burppler Nobelle Liew
Burpple
3h
I would eat this every day if I could I loved their Off The Bone on my first visit, but when the big boss said to try the Salami & Potatoes which is his new favourite...I did, and it’s now my new favourite too. I’m going to skip on describing the texture of the galette cause I’ve raved about it so much I don’t wanna bore you, so onto the fillings. I loved how balanced and earthy this combination was: you’ve got the soft and naturally sweet roasted potatoes, stuffed with brie and a perfectly oozy egg, then topped with slices of crispy, toasted salami carefully folded in a rosette 🥰 It’s great cause the salami + brie combo’s definitely not as salty as the ham + gruyere + cheddar one — not that the latter’s too salty it’s still super delish — so the earthiness of those roasted potatoes really get a chance to shine. And of course we all know how well rich runny yolks go with potatoes 😉
Nobelle
4d
So simple, so elegant, so so good. The thing I really love about Gather, is how they offer simple and fuss-free products, choosing to not over-complicate things and, instead, pay the utmost attention to the little details and quality. You see this literally in every corner of their store: from the interior design, dinnerware, the goods they carry; to the personable service, impeccable coffee and food. . Take their Burnt Caramel crêpe: it’s classic combination of sweet and salty, caramel and butter (no fucking nutella thank god), really simple stuff; but what sets them apart is the quality of the produce and flavours. They use a sparing but sufficient knob of Bordier butter (ie the best butter, quoting Google here it’s not just my opinion), and drizzles just the right amount of burnt caramel for that touch of nutty, slightly bitter sweet element. Every ingredient is perfectly balanced and has a role to play in this dish. It’s just, so elegant.
Nobelle
1w
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BEYOND
Featured In 6 Guides
Main + Drink $20.90 chicken arabbiata + cold brew white & chicken ragout + cold brew white food & drinks were quite meh..., hahahahah :-( we prefer nus pasta xpress 🤓 coffee was uhrMmMm idk but nope ok but place is pretty and v chill vibes gud for gatherings & catchups
Sok Hing
3h
For 1-for-1 Main & Drink (save~$18) Find this hip cafe along Horne Road near Lavender MRT for solid western nosh. The grilled Chicken Arabiatta ($13.90) is a good choice, as is the flaky Pan-Seared Salmon Fillet ($19.90) in a creamy lemon-butter gravy. The Bagel Set With Avocado ($17) that comes with buttery folds of scrambled eggs is a great all-day breakfast option. *Muslim-owned Photo by Burppler Komal Salve
Burpple
1w
Mild Strength, Medium Lavender Scented Latte Read on Burpple that this is the recommended drink so I decided to give it a try as part of my burpple deal. Noted that the beans are supplied from Allpress Expresso when I made my order.p Hot lavender latte (single shot) is usually served slightly sweetened and is priced at $5.50 I had requested for mine to be unsweetened as I’m not a fan of sweetened coffee. The staff recommended for me to opt for the slightly sweetened for the fullest flavor and satisfaction and offered to put the sugar syrup on the side for me if I decided to try it later. It was additional effort on his team to clean up and I appreciated it very much. Came across some reviews saying that the coffee strength is extremely weak and decided that I’d add an extra shot (+$0.40) to try to counter that. Total cost adds up to $5.90 for a cuppa double shot hot lavender latte. My boyfriend, not a fan of coffee, ordered an iced lavender latte (double shot) as the burpple deal limits the drink selection to coffee. Like its unchilled sibling, it comes sweetened and is priced at $7.50. The hot lavender coffee was served warm, topped with some purple lavender flowers against the brown and whites of the milk coffee, on a wooden coaster with “Bravery x Allpress” carved onto it. A small metal pitcher of sugar syrup and a metal spoon accompanied my cup of latte. Lavender smell was pretty strong at first whiff but faded off later on. Temperature of the drink was way cooler than that which lattes are usually served at and it’s also not what the way I’d liked it to be. As mentioned in other reviews, the coffee in the drink was almost undetectable (even with the additional shot I had requested) and it became underwhelming for me. The lavender flavor paired well with the milk but I would choose to go without the lavender next time in order to have a higher chance at tasting the coffee hints. I did eventually try the slightly sweetened version at half point mark but it didn’t help the drink in meeting my expectations. Again, I do appreciate the staff’s gesture of providing alternatives and recommendations. Iced lavender latte was served in a tall slim glass with a black plastic straw topped with purple flowers as well. Taste was likened to the warmer sibling. Definitely not a pick me up kind of drink. My boyfriend didn’t enjoy it very much as well. I’d think that the taste and enjoyment of this drink would vary across the coffee and non coffee drinkers depending on their preference of lavender. Previous experience of Allpress expresso beans m at “Baker & Cook” had me trying the drink at this cafe with a certain expectation. Perhaps it would have been different had I not came with that experience. Will recommend to increase the number of shots by 2 or 3 times if you would like to try the drink! May come back to try the normal flat white with 2-3 additional shots.
Zhi Xin
2w
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Featured In 5 Guides
Inside Scoop
Lunch Sandwich I love their sliced sourdough so much. And they warm the sandwich up for you too if you are eating in. Two slices of gloriously buttered and toasted sourdough sandwiched cheddar cheese, roasted vegetables and pesto. It's just such a beautiful mix of textures and flavors. The crusty crunch of the sourdough and the soft, dense, sticky center of the bread. The salty sharp cheddar and the earthiness of the pesto. The tang of the tomato base that made up the roasted vegetables (kinda like a ratatouille). It's just a really simple and well executed sandwich with a delicious medley of flavors. My only gripe was that the sandwich wasn't sufficiently warm to melt the cheddar, but didn't really compromise on taste.
Chew
10h
Big Ol’ Cinnamon Bun The cinnamon bun was soft, moist and cinnamony, with a pleasant tang to it. The cream cheese wasn’t too sweet, and was a nice accompaniment to the bun :)
aggs & xi
6m
For Sourdough, Bakes and Coffees To everyone's delight, owners Chalith and Nur are back with irresistible bakes! Find their inconspicuous bakery at The Longhaus on fringe of Upper Thomson Road, given away only by the colourful stools outside the otherwise blank storefront. Savour the Onion Pizza ($14) or Vegan Bialy ($6), and let yourself be tempted by sweet treats like the Spelt Almond Financier ($5) and Banana Walnut Date Tea Cake ($5.50). Don't forget to have a Filter Coffee ($4.50) or delicious Cold Bew ($5) made from Cata Coffee beans. Photo by Burppler aggs & xi :D
Burpple
1d
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Hot 100 2019
Featured In 5 Guides
Fabulous croissants and coffee. I would like to yell this out loud (but I shouldn’t right but I really wanna): Brotherbird’s finally open again! With a newly fitted industrial minimalist interior, their wide range of seasonal croissants, a new espresso blend, and a whole new cafe concept to come. Let’s not even get started on the upcoming savoury items yeah, the croissants and coffee themselves are worth a big hurrah. They were sold out by the time I got there, so I only got to try 2 creations. This Lemon Meringue one was gorgeous: fabulous lamination, crisp exterior and buttery fluffy insides, and a generous amount of super zingy lemon curd filling. Now when I say it’s super zingy, I really do mean that. The sourness hit me like a train and I have to admit reeling back a lil; but after the second bite I found myself rather welcoming that shockingly addictive citrusy tartness. It’s balanced off wonderfully well by the light sugar glaze on top of the croissant, and made me crave bite after bite. I loved it.
Nobelle
2d
For Flavoured Croissants Originally Stateland Cafe, Brotherbird has moved a few doors down on Bali Lane. They now serve creative croissants and coffee in a minimalist space, and are expected to serve brunch on the second floor later in February. You won't go wrong with the Matcha Chocolat Roll ($4), Rocher Croissant ($5) or wonderfully tart Lemon Meringue Croissant ($5). Wash it all down with an Iced White ($5). Photo by Burppler Cassie Ong
Burpple
15m
Iced White ($5) The ambience here is the epitome of minimalism And I enjoyed my iced white 👍🏻
timtam_tum
6d
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