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Peach Tie Guan Yin If you really like fruity teas, go for the Peach Tie Guan Yin, the peach fragrance was lovely and blended well with the Tie Guan Yin. The tea was pretty light, but I enjoyed this combination thoroughly. Personally would have enjoyed it more if it was slightly less sweet, but I still finished the drink in no time!
Melissa
7m
Fruit Infused Teas Was very impressed by this new brewed tea place on burpple beyond. The unique thing is that they actually brew the tea by using a coffee machine. They have a lot of interesting fruit-infused flavours and I will be back to try more of them! The lovely staff let us smell the fruit-infused tea leaves before deciding on what to order and they were so fragrant and sweet smelling. We got the red peach tie guan yin and the pear high mountain oolong. I enjoyed the peach tie guan yin a bit more because I was in a “sweet” kinda mood and the sweetness of the peach really came through. It’s quite unlike typical bubble tea places which use fruit syrup. The peach flavour is a lot more subtle, so it really enhances the flavour of the tea and marries the two aspects together. Really liked it. The pear high mountain oolong was less sweet, but I enjoyed it too. The pear flavour was more subtle, but as a result, the tea flavour is more pronounced. There were the small dots that you can taste when eating asian pear inside, which was a nice touch. Definitely will come back for more. The tea leaves of the grape oolong smelt so amazing and the staff there was really nice and helpful. A refreshing addition to the over-saturation of bubble tea stores in Singapore.
Elizabeth
3d
For a different tea-perience, head over to Steeped Tea Bar for an espresso-brewed tea with unique concoctions such as Grape Oolong and Strawberry Basil Oolong. The latter is a Valentine’s Day seasonal mocktail that is ending today while the former uses brewed oolong tea shaken with grape juice. The sweetness from the juice and the tartness from pressed grape skins complements perfectly with the floral tea base. What’s more, if you are a Burpple Beyond member, they are now having a 1-for-1 promotion for their tea mocktail selection. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Steeped Tea Bar 2 Tan Quee Lan Street, Unit 01-01, Singapore 188091
Julius
2d
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Potatoes and Salami ($21.20 Nett) Galette with salami, diced potatoes, melted brie and egg. Salami is nicely cooked and this flavour combination works. Tasted like dosai with egg and potatoes to me - with salami of course. So, abit of a let down after all the rave reviews. It taste good. Just not worth the price for me since I get the same satisfaction from a dosa. Long wait for the food. Service is good. Place is noisy even though the place is not full. Will not come for their galettes again but should I try their sweet crepe? Is it worth it?
Ting
5m
Burnt Caramel ($14++) Occupying a swanky new space on level one of Raffles Hotel, Gather features crepes, coffee and a great spot to people watch near the Raffles City intersection. Their best selling dessert crepe is a simple soft, eggy crepe that is laced with toasty, salty burnt caramel and a slab of Bordier butter. While the flavours are quite robust, it does feel like it’s lacking something more substantial (especially given the price point), but we’re also guessing that rental is probably a killer here. 🤣 A nice spot to relax and catch some small bites, but probably not for a full meal.
Dex
3d
Burnt Caramel Crepe ($14) I’ve been ogling at this crepe since it appeared on my Instagram feed, but it was a bit of a let down. The thin, soft crepe was not bad and it’s topped with a block of Bordier butter (the supposed best of all butters, but it melted before I could try it so I couldn’t really tell the difference). However, the caramel was a bit too salty and strong tasting for my liking. The “burnt” aspect of the caramel also wasn’t that apparent because the saltiness overwhelmed any taste of bitterness, which I actually do enjoy in a caramel. Hopefully they can tweak the sauce a bit!
Elizabeth
23h
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If I liked what they had to offer during their soft launch, well I’m now completely in love with Lucid. Since their official opening, they’ve switched out their espresso blend to one of a medium-dark roast from Taiwan. I love it, LOVE IT. I’m a big fan of darker roasts and bolder, nuttier flavours; so if I liked their coffee back when they were having a milder, more acidic brew, what more when they’re using beans of a flavour profile I prefer? 🥰 The current blend makes for a delightful iced Strong Black ($5) with a great balance of bitterness and really mild acidity, and of course works wonders in milk-based drinks. I tried their iced Mocha ($6.50) as well, and I’d call that among the best mochas I’ve had in Singapore. It’s not one for the sweet-toothed, focusing on the quality of the coffee and chocolate instead of masking it all up with sugar. The chocolate comes in as a nutty, cocoa kinda earthy sweetness towards the end, complementing and even imho enhancing the flavours of the espresso. Let’s just say I’m now a huge fan.
Nobelle
5d
Newly opened Lucid is one of the new kids on the block in the bustling Lavender vicinity. We were there during the soft launch phase and Lucid will be officially opened in the mid of February, so do check them out for coffee and bakes. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Lucid 38 Hamilton Road, Singapore 209208
Julius
2w
Cloud Beta v0.1 One place that one would not have missed if scrolling through social media over the last few weeks, LUCID is a new space that serves up specialty coffee and cakes at Hamilton Road in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood; the latter sourced from Thoughts Bake. The Cloud Beta v0.1 features elements such as Ivoire Chocolate Mousse, Strawberry Basil filling, and Shortbread base; slicing through the white chocolate mousse layer on the exterior, the mousse was considerably smooth, while the inside reveals a tart filling that gives a refreshing tang from the infusion of basil into the strawberry filling — a very classic combination of flavours, with the shortbread base giving a good buttery crunch. Not the first place to serve up a cloud-shaped cake, but a pretty decent one nonetheless that fits that raw aesthetic of the space
Xing Wei
2w
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One-of-a-Kind Cones! Ft. Roasted Pistachio and Brown Butter Sage It was our second visit here and am super super glad we tried out the cone this time 🍦 We usually opt for cups over cones because it’s quite a hassle but to our surprise it was not a messy experience at all - the cone was really crispy and it comes off cleanly when you bite it off! In fact it remained crispy even when the ice cream started to melt - most cones would turn slightly soggy by then but this was really robust and we could still crunch on it all the way to the last bite 😋 It had really unique buttery undertones that blended so well with their Brown Butter Sage. Don’t think we’ve enjoyed an ice cream cone this much in our lives 😂 In other news, we managed to sample more flavours at the parlour this time so if you’re looking for a recommendation, they have two awesome kinds of Pistachio (the Classic and the Roasted) 🥜 and a surprising harmony of sweet and sour gelato with their Rhubarb Buttermilk, whereas the Brown Butter Sage was a delightful brown sugar-like dessert. The Lavender wasn’t spectacular, but it was very pleasant to taste and we think it would go really well with the cone 🤤
Darren & Judith’s
20h
Hazelnut (top) & Burnt White Chocolate New (good) gelato shop, yay! Hazelnut comes with prominent hazelnut taste which makes it very good. idk if it was intentonal but, when it melts, it turned into some fudgy nutella-tasting fudge instead of a typical melted gelato which was still (uniquely) good, but just a lil surprising haha. If the sweetness was toned down just a little more, it would be perfect but actually it’s already very good. Burnt White Chocolate was pretty impressive. Turned out to be not as sweet as I thought which was an excellent start, and there were these mini crunches that added very nice textures. Tasted like white chocolate with subtle caramel hints. The cone was very nice! Crispy, idk lah just soo yum. Not very ‘spiced’ although some hints were there, but I think it’s a perfect cone to go along with gelatos.
Lyvia
2d
Surprisingly good flavours, and a fabulous pepper cone! I’ll be brutally honest: I was a little turned off by the whole copycat act, but I have to admit being curious about a couple of their spice-infused flavours so alright give it a shot I did. Gotta say I really really liked their pepper-specked cones, shockingly even more than I did BOP’s thyme-scented ones 🤔 you can really taste the pepper here, but in a very nuanced, mellow, aromatic way. It was very fragrant! We tasted a couple of their flavours and settled with the Coconut Pandan and Sea Salt Gula Jawa. The former’s a light tasting sorbet that’s really refreshing, though I’d have liked a stronger hit of pandan. The latter was my fave of all the flavours I tasted. It’s a less aggressive take on the classic salted caramel. The salt hits you first, pretty strongly I have to say but not overwhelming at all, with a very nutty kind of sweetness kicking in at the end. It’s very well-balanced and they definitely exercise enough restraint with the sugar, so it was really easy to finish a scoop on my own. In fact I’d do 2 😉
Nobelle
5d
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Pistachio With Candied Pecan Amazing pistachio gelato that’s not too sweet . Surprises of swirls of candied pecans add on a nice nutty flavour . 1 for 1 for their opening promotion till 29th Feb . The waffle cone has a subtle flavour of lavender - pretty pleasing . Good range of interesting flavours - opened by the same team behind savuer, the French food at purvis street :)
MichelleLIN
2d
botanical flavours Bread & Butterfly is a new kid on the block! They offer a variety of innovative flavours, with unique elements - cucumber, pumpkin and tomato; just to name a few. We opted for a single scoop ($5, +$1 per premium flavour) on a cone (+$1)! We tried their salted chocolate & almond brittle - the milk base was smooth and creamy, with the bulk of the flavour coming from the sweet almond brittle. While enjoyable, this was a little of a letdown as it melted quickly, and I doubt that the brittle is made in-house! Our second flavour was strawberry tomato - the sorbet has a distinctive strawberry taste and the tomato is not immediately evident, but I enjoyed it. There were also some herbs mixed in, adding another dimension. Their cone is flavoured with lavender and made fresh in-stores - I really liked its taste!! However, it’s not the crispiest and gets soggy from the melted ice cream.
R
1w
📍🇸🇬 Singapore Who is screaming for more ice cream? @breadandbutterflysg is offering 1-For-1 promotion till 29 Feb with 12 unique flavours to choose from. After trying a few interesting flavours, I must admit that the Apple Cucumber was oddly refreshing. I was more in the mood for sweet and creamy so my favourite flavour of the day was Pumpkin & Cinnamon! I just love the cinnamon! Featuring my choice of the day - Pumpkin & Cinnamon (top) Valrhona Chocolate (bottom) served with their Lavender cone. The floral note from the cone was mild and just right. With the 1-For-1 promotion, I had only paid $7 which means my second scoop was free. What a bargain ... maybe not the extra carbs LOL!
SnapBurp
1w
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For Luxurious Dessert and Tea Pairings This luxe dessert bar in Great World City is the brainchild of multi-Michelin stars Chef Juan Amador and his protégé, Hüseyin Turan. All desserts can be paired with tea specially curated and blended for each dessert. Choose the refreshing and tangy Moon Walk ($25 for a plated dessert and tea pairing) featuring spongecake, crumble, yogurt, nut butter and coconut. Also good is their non-creamy take on the St Sebastian cheesecake KALEA65. Photo by Burppler Ashley 🤗
Burpple
13m
Moon Walk From House on the Moon; a new dessert bar which had opened its doors fairly recently at Great World City. Serving up plated desserts at their space at Level 1 of the mall, their space at Level 2 offers the same items available at Level 1 for takeaway. Collaborating with Chef Juan Amador of Michelin-starred Alma by Juan Amador, the Moon Walk (also the signature here) features elements such as Yogurt, Nut Butter and Coconut, and comes with its own tea pairing of a Coconut, Cream Tea. A pretty refreshing dessert, this was a dessert that carried a light flavour profile and a light, tangy note; particular of that from the yogurt elements. Featuring a multitude of textures, the dessert hits the senses all in the right notes; cool and smooth ice-cream, creamy mousse layers, fluffy sponge, crumbles for a buttery crunch while the white chocolate helps to add a crisp, shattering sweetness, this was an item that tickles the taste buds — not too heavy, yet very well-designed to give just that right contrast and balance in terms of texture. Hoping to see the folks behind House on the Moon come up with more plated desserts — a very rare destination within a shopping mall, and a spot I will gladly make a trip down to Great World City for an accessible experience almost akin to that of fine-dining, be it in terms of presentation of food and its service.
Xing Wei
3w
Are you a dessert lover? I am! Nothing beats having a sweet ending to your meal. . Featuring the beautiful desserts from @houseonthemoon_official They curate desserts from chefs who are recognised in the Michelin Guide. This is a collaborative project with multi-Michelin stars Chef Juan Amador and his protégé, Hüseyin Turan. Their tea-master and chef have specifically blended tea, tea ales and ice-creams to pair with the desserts, but each can also be enjoyed on its own. . I love their Moonwalk dessert the most. Conceptualised by Juan Amador and Hüseyin Turan especially for House On The Moon. It is Creamy and Refreshing. It is simply a work of plated art! A great place to chill with dessert and tea pairing. . Great World Singapore @greatworldsingapore has transformed with Brand-new shopping and dining options! Check out the curated lifestyle area on level 2 with Gifts Greetings, Hooga, Lim's Holland Village Ogawa and more. Sign up for the Great V-aap at greatvaap.com.sg to enjoy rewards when you shop and dine at Great World. More details, visit greatworld.com.sg. for more details. ============================ House on the Moon @houseonthemoon_official 📍GREAT WORLD CITY 📍1 KIM SENG PROMENADE 📍01-K101, 02-K103 📍SINGAPORE 237994 🕛Daily: 10AM – 9:30PM 📞+65 6235 0802 ============================ Thanks @singaporefoodlisting @sghappens for hosting. Great meet up with @kenpgl @ashleyoms @victorl0 @wishuponatart @sherbakes @florencesjah @nikolai_wee @weiweiinsg @limjwc @ashleyoms @kevin_the_hiak @tjang.fonda @rchyyxx @makanwarrior @oo_foodielicious @dressacake @peroro_ =========================== #singapore #burpple
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