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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
7h
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
7w
Penang Food If you are craving for Penang food, you don’t have to travel far. This restaurant serves what you are looking for. Use your burpple beyond app for 1-for-1 deals!
Jaster
13w
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For muah chee that's worth all the hype Kudos to the uncle who persisted in making muah chee the traditional way - by pinching off the muah chee pieces from the main bowl with his hands, instead of utilising a pair of scissors and tongs. Is there a difference in texture? Not quite, as I found it equally chewy and bouncy as some other stalls. But what stood out was the flavour - both the peanut and sesame coating aren't jarringly sweet, and there was a nice, subtle fragrance in each piece of muah chee. Most importantly, I could feel the amount of hard work and love that goes into each plate. The muah chee is sold according to size — Small ($2.50), Medium ($3.50) or Large ($5.50).
Wan Ling
18w
👉Peanut & Black Sesame Muah Chee👈 This traditional snack is Singaporean’s version of Japanese mochi. Every order is physically prepared by hand-stretching the glutinous rice dough before pinching piece by piece off with fingers and rolling them into small balls. They are finally dipped in fragrant scallion oil and tossed with grounded peanuts or black sesame. I must say this is by far the best I had, so much more tender than the ones sold in night markets. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
21w
Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee. Located at 480 Lorong 6, Toa Payoh # B1-01, HDB Hub Gourmet Paradise Food Court, Singapore 310480. Small 1 pax $2.50, Medium 2 pax $3.50, Large 3 pax $5.50. We ordered medium size and totally regretting because it’s so mouth-watering!! Totally brings back those wonderful childhood memories of Pasar malam yummy Muah chee! It’s so hard to find nowadays so I’ve given up eating it... until I found them!! We love both their black sesame & peanuts, super fine and absolutely fragrant!! Texture of the Muah chee was just perfect!! Indeed hidden in a gem, definitely an awesome Muah Chee! So pick ur side, Black Sesame or Peanut? 😋 #hungryunicornsg #hougang6milesmuahchee #hougangmuahchee #muahchee #bestchildhood
HungryUnicorn
26w
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These Have Been And Always Will Be My Favourite Waffles! I’m such a sucker for waffles. Before Belgian styled waffles became the in-thing, all we had were local waffles slathered with your choice of spread, freshly made on waffle irons at HDB bakeries. I grew up on these, and they always bring me back to my childhood years. While I succumb to buying Prima Deli, Mirana, Dora Keiki, or other bakeries’ waffles from time to time when I have a craving due to sheer convenience, the one waffle I can never pass up when I’m in the area is from Queensway Lau Tan Tutu Kueh. Even after a full meal, I’ll make space for these waffles because they are just that good. They have three outlets - the original at Queensway, one at ION Orchard, and one at Chinatown Point (which I always patronise). The stall at Chinatown Point is manned by a friendly auntie who always has a smile on her face and truly endeavours to make delicious waffles. The plain waffles are $1.50, while the peanut butter waffles that I always order are $2. There’s also the option for 2 fillings at additional cost. The waffles are lovingly made to order, which ensures they come fresh hot off the waffle grid every time. Unlike many other stalls, this auntie patiently waits for the waffle crust to crisp up. She doesn’t rush things, so you get a perfectly browned waffle exterior. Meanwhile, she’ll also try to sell you the other stuff on the menu - the kueh tutu, cup corn, curry fish balls, tea egg, etc. But seriously, as much as I want to help this lovely auntie out, I only made stomach space for the waffles. What makes this the perfect waffle is the perfectly crispy exterior, with a soft, fluffy and chewy interior. Many places either undercook the waffles, resulting in soft and unsatisfying waffles, or overdo the crispiness, making even the interior crunchy and losing the fluffy soft texture of the waffles. The icing on the cake comes when your choice of spread is slathered generously on the hot waffles. I love it when the peanut butter melts into a gooey mess and drips into the paper carrier. A hot mess for sure, but this is one I love to bits. To be honest, if you gave me a choice between these or the cafe-standard waffles, I would pick these every damn time. Comfort food at its finest and most affordable! 💕
Melissa
4w
The Best Waffles Every Time! I’m such a sucker for waffles. Before Belgian styled waffles became the in-thing, all we had were local waffles slathered with your choice of spread, freshly made on waffle irons at HDB bakeries. I grew up on these, and they always bring me back to my childhood years. While I succumb to buying Prima Deli, Mirana, Dora Keiki, or other bakeries’ waffles from time to time when I have a craving due to sheer convenience, the one waffle I can never pass up when I’m in the area is from Queensway Lau Tan Tutu Kueh. Even after a full meal, I’ll make space for these waffles because they are just that good. They have three outlets - the original at Queensway, one at ION Orchard, and one at Chinatown Point (which I always patronise). The stall at Chinatown Point is manned by a friendly auntie who always has a smile on her face and truly endeavours to make delicious waffles. The plain waffles are $1.50, while the peanut butter waffles that I always order are $2. There’s also the option for 2 fillings at additional cost. The waffles are lovingly made to order, which ensures they come fresh hot off the waffle grid every time. Unlike many other stalls, this auntie patiently waits for the waffle crust to crisp up. She doesn’t rush things, so you get a perfectly browned waffle exterior. Meanwhile, she’ll also try to sell you the other stuff on the menu - the kueh tutu, cup corn, curry fish balls, tea egg, etc. But seriously, as much as I want to help this lovely auntie out, I only made stomach space for the waffles. What makes this the perfect waffle is the perfectly crispy exterior, with a soft, fluffy and chewy interior. Many places either undercook the waffles, resulting in soft and unsatisfying waffles, or overdo the crispiness, making even the interior crunchy and losing the fluffy soft texture of the waffles. The icing on the cake comes when your choice of spread is slathered generously on the hot waffles. I love it when the peanut butter melts into a gooey mess and drips into the paper carrier. A hot mess for sure, but this is one I love to bits. To be honest, if you gave me a choice between these or the cafe-standard waffles, I would pick these every damn time. Comfort food at its finest and most affordable! 💕
Melissa
4w
Famous Tutu Kueh I bought this at Chinatown Point. Ordered the mixed flavour at $2.50 - peanut, chocolate and red bean. Thin layer of the white kueh with just the right proportion of filling. The tutu kueh was did not break and was holding it nicely when i took out for a bite. Really a good piece of stuff
Jasmine
18w
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