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I can’t say I’ve explored all the places listed on Burpple Beyond, but of those I did this is, by far, my favourite. The 1-for-1 deal applies to their 500g moules-frites which comes in 7 different sauces, and guuuuys I have to say this is SO WORTH IT. The portion’s massive. Each pot can easily feed 2 if you’re having other starters or drinks to go with. Though the mussels are smaller than the usual Australian ones, in exchange for size what we get instead are these beautiful orangey-yellow French Bouchot mussels that are bursting with flavour. Absolutely delicious. The Thailandaises here comes with a sauce of chilli, kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, white wine and coconut, and was our favourite of the night. I would’ve liked the spices to come across more aggressively (perhaps with some galangal and a squeeze of lime?) and for them to hold back on the salt a little, but as it is this was really easy to eat and lovely to dunk the fries in.
Nobelle
1d
Thailandaises ($36++). I really like this new restaurant along Duxton, serving very good seasonal Bouchot mussels from France and across Continental Europe. 🔸 Of the five flavours I tasted that evening, my favourite is this Thai-style flavour that came with strong aroma of kaffir lime leaf and lemongrass, with mild heat from chilli, mixed with white wine and plenty of aromatic coconut milk. Very rounded, full flavour but still light enough to savour the natural sweetness of mussels. 🔸 Besides the Curry Mussels which I posted on 13 Feb, I've also tried these flavours, ranked in my order of preference: * Ardennaise, which was prepared with Mushrooms, Fresh Cream, White Wine, Butter, Parsley, Onion and Bacon. A little savoury, a little smoky; * French Marinières, a classic with White Wine, Butter, Parsley and Onion; * Au Roquefort, that boasts the strong, savoury flavour of ‘the King of Blue Cheese’. 🔸 [Tasting] #btmmussels #sgfood #iweeklyfood #whati8today #eatoutsg #sgfoodporn #foodpornsg #sgigfoodies #singaporeinsiders #sgeats #foodsg #singaporefood #burpple #hungrygowhere #instafood_sg #exploresingapore #foodiesg #singaporeinsiders #burpplesg #sgbakery #foodstyling #seafood #jiaklocal #pastry #frenchmussels #sgbrunch #bluemussels #brunchsg #breakfastsg
Justin
11h
What BTM Mussels call their take on the croque monsieur, I call a bikini sandwich. But whatever you choose to call it won’t change the fact that it’s utterly delicious. The rendition sees black truffle paste, comté, and serrano ham snuggled between 2 slices of generously buttered, well-toasted bread. Just imagine your fave ham & cheese sarnies tszujed up in a fancy-ass, but extremely elegant, black tie suit: this is it. I like how liberal they were with the butter so you get that really moist, browned butter kinda caramelised notes on the toast. Parfait 👌🏻
Nobelle
6d
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Cosy setting with the best of cuisines Our taste buds were treated to the marriage of french and japanese cuisine. For 5 people, the server classically shares that we have to get 5:4:3 - or 5 appetisers, 4 charcoal grill and 3 mains. Highlighting the memorable ones here: 1. Shrimp Dumplings - plump, juicy darlings in rich bisque ($25) 2. Uni pasta - a special thats not on the menu, so buttery rich and decadent, king of all pastas ($42) 3. Little Neck Clams - a definite must order for how generous and hearty the portion is. ($20) Drinking the clam broth warms you up so 4. Australian Wagyu and Garlic Chips - chunky beefs!! Cooked on their special Binchotan charcoal that made it extra smokey ($16) 5. Hokkaido Scallops - delicately prepared XL sized scallops ($22) 6. Foie Gras - love how earthy the foei gras tasted, and thought its rly unique it's paired with daikon in dashi broth. May be an acquired taste but liked this alot ($24) 7. Short Rib (the feature!) - paired with port wine reduction, this is a clear indulgence of tastes ($40) 8. Binchotan - the signature dish of "popiah" is densely packed with rich pulled Angus Beef, irresistible with cream ($25) 9. Uni & Caviar - one unique dish on cauliflower puree? Flavour bomb ($25) What a feast with friends!! :-)
Cherie
6d
Unconventional, But They Made It Work A lil strange to be stopping by here for purely desserts since they seemed to be known for their skewers and mains, but the 𝙎𝙢𝙤𝙠𝙚𝙙 𝘾𝙝𝙤𝙘𝙤𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙚 (~$15) was done well 👌🏻 . I tasted bittersweet chocolate upon first bite, but was quickly hit with the smoky aftertaste soon after. This was definitely different, and in this case I’d do different bc the smoky taste was addictive 😛 Paired tgt with the light sour yoghurt sorbet, this wasn’t a heavy and overwhelming dessert — perfect to end a heavy main.🍰 . The cornflake (?) and blueberry sides didn’t do much to add any flavour, and the chocolate cake could do with a lil more fudgy chocolate/ moist texture, but this is something I wouldn’t mind having again for sure 🤩 Ig @goodfomood
nic
5d
Buta Kakuni Buta kakuni - pork collar, barley, peanut butter, corn. This was a great main course as well! The pork was soft and flavourful and reminded us of a giant chashu tbh. It went really well with the mix of barley, peanut butter and corn - who knew this combination would taste this good!
Edith
3w
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Happy brunch with my decade-old friends! We loved the Ravioles de Royans ($18) - Creamy, decadent flavourful bite-sized pasta was al dente, filled with Tete de Moine cheese, and topped with more cheese! Not sure if it might be jelak (tho I think I could’ve easily finished by myself) so it’s probably good to share, amongst so many other yummy food on the menu. The Tarte flambée ($25), a crispy thin crust pizza with asparagus/ apple/ blue cheese, ham and rocket leaves, were an interesting combination of sweet and savoury! The blue cheese was surprisingly mild. We really liked the Apple Pie too! The caramelised apples were not too sweet, though it wouldve been nice if the pastry was a little more crisp. We preferred it to the Nun’s puffs which were kinda like doughnuts - a little too doughy for my liking but was not bad when it was piping hot and sweet all thanks to the hazelnut drizzle. If you happen to be heading there over the next two days, get their Chai Latte! All net proceeds from the chai lattes will be donated to Mercy Relief. #burpple
Zhihui
8w
Not Sure If I Would Get The Cappucino Again... Cappucino (~$5) with adorable bear art had a tad bit of a watery finish — or maybe it was just me 🤷🏻‍♀️ Ig @goodfomood
nic
13w
Amazing Ravioles Was skeptical about getting the Ravioles de Royans (~$18, S) after looking at photos of it but I was proven wrong after having a bite of this cheesey goodness 🧀 . This French dumpling pasta, stuffed with chewy Tête de Moine cheese, was a cheese lover’s heaven 😍 Shared this with my friend and we were pretty full from this, and it was a pretty creamy dish, so I’d suggest sharing! This was a definite must have! Ig @goodfomood
nic
14w
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[Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar] -Passed down to Geoffrey Daurelle is his mum's recipe for the Boeuf Bourguignon ($32). The beef stew in red wine sauce is cooked to tender with carrots and mushrooms. Noteworthy is the creamy and smooth mash potato, which consists of 50% potato and 50% butter, similar to what the now defunct L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Singapore used to serve to their diner. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/03/gaston-burgundy-bistro-keong-saik-road.html . Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar 25 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089132 Tel: +65 69098120 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Mon: 5pm - 12midnight Tue-Fri: 12pm - 12midnight Sat: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Sun)
SG
39w
[Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar] - The Oeufs en Meurette ($13/$21) is like our local soft boiled egg breakfast in dark sauce. It comes with a poached egg in red wine sauce paired with onions, bacon and mushrooms. I do recommend saving some bread to mop up the dish just like how we local have our egg and toast for breakfast. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/03/gaston-burgundy-bistro-keong-saik-road.html . Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar 25 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089132 Tel: +65 69098120 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Mon: 5pm - 12midnight Tue-Fri: 12pm - 12midnight Sat: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Sun)
SG
46w
[Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar] - The Truite a l'Aligote ($28) is a match in heaven with the white wine sauce made of Aligote (white grape from Burgundy) complementing the steamed trout fillet. The trout fillet is rested on pommes fondant and pair with asparagus. A clean, light and delicate dish. . Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar 25 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089132 Tel: +65 69098120 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Mon: 5pm - 12midnight Tue-Fri: 12pm - 12midnight Sat: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Sun)
SG
47w
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