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My Overall Thoughts Yes, this is a non food picture - because as someone who dines out often, I am sometimes curious about what restaurants look like. So here you go! & of course, my generic overview of my experience gets written here lah: The menu at HANS IM GLÜCK is extensive with different kinds of beef burgers, & for those who don't eat beef, there's a page on the menu for chicken options. You also get to choose your burger bun: Sourdough, Multigrain or naked. Pretty value for money, considering this is in the heart of Orchard Road. Opted for the dinnertime special (after 5PM) where you get a side of your choice & a cocktail for an additional $15 only. The burgers themselves weren't mind-blowing; would've liked the patty to be juicier, but in all they weren't terrible. The burgers are more wide than they are tall, which makes them easier to eat, but the flatness of the patty could very well explain its well-doneness. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀️ Al fresco seats available ➗ Splitting of bill permitted
Emily
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Tall Dranks The cocktails ($14++ each) were very sizeable - gave me a nice after-dinner buzz. I preferred the BEFLÜGELT for its solid Bourbon taste & also my soft spot for citrus fruits (it consists of triple sec, lime & lemonade). The GLÜCKSBRINGER, on the other hand, is a gin-based tonic with, elderflower, cranberry, lemon & sparkling water - tasted like an adult Ribena, but not as strong as the former. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀️ Al fresco seats available ➗ Splitting of bill permitted
Emily
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4d
Good Variety, Decent Burgers The HANS IM GLÜCK ($17++) had bold flavours with the balsamic glaze, parmesan cheese & parma ham. I am also a big fan of rocket leaves so this was right up my alley. The KRAUTKNOLLE ($6++), a traditional German white cabbage salad with potato dressing, had different flavours from anything else we had on the table. Pleasantly sour & still retaining their crunchy texture, this was a joy to eat in between burger bites. Prices are a la carte; for dinner (after 5PM), just top up $15++ to the price of your burger to get a side of your choice + cocktail. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀️ Al fresco seats available ➗ Splitting of bill permitted
Emily
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Yakiniku Pulled Pork ($8.90) A level up from your usual grilled cheese sandwich, 52 Sandwich Shack’s Yakiniku Pulled Pork ($8.90) was my favourite off their menu. As sandwiched between the buttery brioche bread, was a generous portion of meat followed by a layer of pickles which balanced out a little of the heaviness of the pork and finished off with their gooey triple cheese (Mozzarella, Fontina, Cheddar). Can’t go wrong with that trio! And well-marinated with their housemade yakiniku sauce, the shredded sous vide pulled pork collar was kept moist, flavourful yet not too salty or sweet and thankfully the pickles used were not too sourish as to overpower the other elements.
Vanessa
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3d
Have always seen mac and cheese sandwiches at food trucks on television and could only dream of being in the States to get my hands on this sinful delight; now I can have one at @52sandwichshack! So how did my virgin Bacon Mac 'N' Cheese Sandwich ($7.90) fare? The star is definitely the mac and cheese with bits of bacon here and there; would gladly have this on its own, and as a cheese lover, the additional melted cheddar makes it a real joy to have! Personally would be real great if the cheese sauce from the mac and cheese stood out way more, but otherwise it's really satisfying. Then here comes my issue: the bread. It is probably a personal preference but the toast was really thick for my liking, thus I felt the bread-to-mac ratio was a little off to me. Otherwise I think it was nicely toasted. Regardless, at just $7.90, I feel this works for an affordable meal option because it was pretty filling! Okay okay, because the mac and cheese was so enjoyable, I'll let my personal issues pass. 😁
Brian
5d
Savory Triple Cheese Sandwiches 52 Sandwich Shack sells 6 types of savory sandwiches coupled with their signature 3 cheeses (cheddar, mozzarella, fortina). My favourite is still the original 52 Grilled Cheese $6.90). Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg
Hungry
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Bomchika Wow Wow ( $10.90 ) . . A buttermilk fried chicken burger with siracha honey, wafu slaw and truffle mayo, topped with a fried egg.
Wee Guan
5d
Bomchika wow wow [$10.90] An upgraded version of the karate burger that comes with fried egg, cheese and truffle mayo, this burger really got me WOW. It was indeed a love at first bite 😋💖! Encased within a charcoal burger bun is a thick slab of karaage deep fried chicken patty marinated and coated with sriracha honey sauce that was tender, juicy and flavourful. The addition of the sriracha honey marination added a great enhancement that got me sold, with a striking resemblance to my favorite 4fingers chicken while the exterior retains an ideal crispness. Topped with wafu slaw and daikon pickles that added a pleasant refreshing crunch, the fried egg was initially absent in our order. Thank god for my sharp eyes (and of course, major love for 🍳🍳) that fortunately was provided to us upon request. Though the yolk is fully cooked and solidified, it had a vibrant orange hue that I adore in a sunny side up. The cheese and truffle mayo was unfortunately not distinct. But still, the karaage chicken here won hands down! 🙌🏻 . . . . #burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice
Natalie
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Umami burger [$7.90] Buttermilk fried portobello topped with a layer of melted cheese, along with fresh crisp lettuce, sliced tomatoes, pickled radish and B sauce encased in a brioche burger bun, this flavour is perhaps the only vegetarian option in the menu. The deep fried portobello encased in a buttermilk batter had an ideal crisp exterior, encasing a juicy portobello “patty” which I had hoped would be thicker. The raw vegetables added a pleasant crunch factor, with the pickled radish provided a tangy, fermented note that acted as a palate cleanser as well. The burger bun was soft and fluffy, a texture I adore for burgers. Had this during their 1-for-1 promotion, which unfortunately ended yesterday. But still, I wouldn’t mind coming back again to check out the other flavours! Tried this and the bomchika wow wow (which literally got me WOW 😍😋✨) - upcoming reviews soon! . . . . #burpple #smittenchoice #smitteneats
Natalie
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New found hotspot for handmade tagliatelle. New found hotspot for Sicilian anchovy pasta ($10.8). Full of love for this umami one.
Weekendeatwhat
1w
Budget Friendly Simple Italian Fare A simple meal at wallet-friendly prices. Considering which area this place is located in, I'm pleasantly surprised. All prices are nett & you collect your food from the self-service counter where you place your order. Choose from the DIY pasta menu (pick your pasta type & sauce - red/cream/white wine) or the specials they have lined up against the wall. Pappardelle Al Ragu ($12.80 nett) had a Ragu sauce, unfortunately, tasted too generic - like the kind you'd find in a bottle at the grocery store. The Pappardelle was also sticking together though thankfully they weren't too overcooked. Mixed Mushroom Tagliatelle ($12.80 nett), being a white wine-based one, had a light & delightful sauce. Noodles like a thinner version of Mee Pok which I super love. Pasta took 20 mins to be ready - normally I don't mind, but today I was a little pressed for time & slightly kancheong. Thankfully I still had time to enjoy my Tiramisu ($6.80 nett) before heading off Would return because I love pasta, & this is very value for money. But don't expect any fancy schmancy stuff lah. (They serve wine, $6.80 nett, in water glasses here) 💷 Cash & NETS only 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 🖥 Accepts reservations - Quandoo 🚫 No GST or Service Charge
Emily
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1w
Italian sausage pasta in Marinara sauce ($12.80). 100% homemade tagliatelle, 100% charm. We love the food at this little homely restaurant that does its own egg pasta. It’s a lot of flavours packed in one dish and the sauce was savoury yet not overwhelming.
Weekendeatwhat
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For Healthy Plates in Dempsey Located just off Dempsey at Loewen Road, this chic cafe is looking to be the new hangout place for expat mummies. Nutrition and wholesome eating are the driving forces behind the compact menu, which sees the likes of sourdough sandwiches, salads and a few treats, with dairy and gluten-free options. Served on sourdough, the Smashed Avo ($18) is a classic that gets an Egyptian twist with the addition of dukkah, a heady spice mix that adds both warmth and complexity. What we really liked though is the Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18), another open-faced sourdough sandwich that combines goat's cheese with roasted portobello chunks and sprouts for a flavourful, textural treat. According to Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua, the coffee is brewed from beans roasted by Brother Basil & Co. The Flat White ($6) is balanced and smooth, and a good albeit slightly pricy option. We suggest skipping the Organic Turmeric Latte ($8), which we found bland and flat-tasting, with hardly any flavour from the spice. Avg price: $25 Photo by Burppler Muriel A
Burpple
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Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18) My favourite out of the three toasts we tried here. Just the right amount of goat's cheese (and herb oil) smeared on toasted sourdough topped with roasted portobello chunks, sprouts and herbs. The mushrooms could have been juicier, but other than that, I really enjoyed this.
Muriel
1w
Roasted Beetroot Dip, Smoked Salmon, Poached Eggs, Chilli Sumac Dukkah on Herbed Sourdough ($26) The idea of the marriage of tart sumac and smoked salmon was probably what sold this toast for me. Expected to like this most, but somehow the flavours weren't as strong as we expected. Not to say that it wasn't good (it was pretty tasty 😋), just wished for more beetroot flavour (it was more tangy than earthy) and perhaps a touch more chilli and salt — the last two you can easily remedy with the readily available condiments.
Muriel
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Beautiful Steaks And Great Sides Flat Iron ($22) vs Short Rib ($25) from Fat Belly 🤔 If you enjoy steaks as much as I do, just go for both! Flat Iron is a leaner cut while Short Rib has some beautiful fats with slight chewier texture. Both steaks are lightly seasoned to retain its natural tastes. And the brilliant touch of Himalayan pink salt and chimichurri sauce intensifies the flavours. While you do get complimentary house salad by the side, I strongly recommend the Creamed Kale ($5) which was such a delish not to be missed! 😘
Ice
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3w
It's in the hands, the way he lovingly handles this steak. Never pressing down too hard, slicing down quickly with that blade. It's hard work to be in that kitchen, but the end result makes it worth the sweat and tears.
Kenneth
4w
For Affordable, Amazing Steaks If it's steak you're in the mood for, this cosy 10-seater spot in Serene Centre (it shares the space with Sugarhaus) is perfect for the whole steakhouse experience at budget-friendly prices. It's certainly found a fan in Burpple Tastemaker Emily S, who has raving reviews of the meat. There are only two steaks on the menu — the Flat Iron ($22), which is leaner and offers great bite, and the Short Rib ($25), which has lovely marbling and a more decadent mouthfeel. The steaks arrive well seasoned, which warrants the acompanying chimichurri unnecessary, alongside a little bowl of house salad tossed in vinaigrette. Sides are priced at an additional $5 each, but worth the splurge. Consider the juicy Sauteed Thyme Mushrooms ($5) or luscious Guanciale Mac & Cheese ($5). Desserts still aren't stellar, so save your money for something else. Avg Price: $25 per person Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Emily S
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Traditional Buche De Noel [$88] Can feed up to 12 pax. Made with vanilla sponge, laden with caramelized hazelnut and filled with a hazelnut praline creme mousseline. This delicious logcake is available now until the 31st of December. Please note that ordering will require 5 days in advance. Send your orders to [email protected]
Randy
1d
[Christmas @ Nesuto] . High Tea for this festive season? @dear.nesuto had introduced this beautiful 3 tier-high tea set which include Sweets & Savoury items and a pot of tea blend from @antea.social that is just perfect to spend my afternoon with my friends. . Sweets ▪️Yuzu Tartlets ▪️Cranberry Buttery Scones ▪️Shortbread Cookie of the Day ▪️Matcha Raspberry Opera Cake ▪️Yoghurt Panna Cotta with Seasonal Fruits . Savoury ▪️Pulled Pork Sliders with Homemade Coleslaw ▪️Cucumber Chicken Sandwich ▪️Mustroom Truffle Tartlet ▪️Salmon Avocado Tacos . ▪️A range of Tea selection from @antea.social . Priced at $45.90 for 1 pax and $24.90 for the 2nd person. . Location: @dear.nesuto 53 Tras Street, #01-01, Singapore 078992 . #nesuto #anteasocial #burpple #burpplesg
Joe
1d
Afternoon High Tea. Best kind of indulgence on an off day as we experience Tai Tai lifestyle~ • Served in a three-tier stand are assorted sweet and savoury treats you can sink your teeth into. Savoury items such as mushroom truffle tartlet and pulled pork sliders (@52sandwichshack offers them too). Whereas sinful sweets include Yuzu tartlets, buttery cranberry scones and matcha raspberry opera cake. • Priced at $45.90 for 1 pax, and $24.90 for the second person, it’s best to come in pair! What more the high tea set also come with a pot of unique tea blend from @antea.social. • Nesuto Address: 53 Tras Street, Singapore 078992 #nesuto
Cassie
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Bombastik ($6.90/$9.90). I'm posting this purely for aethestic reasons, cos I couldn't recommend this but I really love how this photo turns out. 🔸 I think this is some potato ball in chicken mee soto soup. We didn't get to try this because they weren't giving this out media tasting portions that evening. Also, we can't order and pay for the full portion because we were already very full from all the food from other stalls that evening. 🔸 [Invited Tasting by @fomosg #fomosg] #kentang #potato #uncagestreetfood #jiaklocal #thedailybite #exploresingapore #burpplesg #instafood_sg #yummy #makan #hungrygowhere #fujixt2 #openricesg #sgfoodies #singaporeinsiders #whati8today #sgfoodporn #cafehoppingsg #sgfoodie #foodsg #eatoutsg #8dayseat #burpple #igsg #meesoto #exploresg #iweeklyfood #sginstagram #kampongglam
Justin
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4d
For Hip Food Court Fare in Kampong Glam Adding serious hipster cred to the Kampong Glam neighbourhood is this modern foodcourt concept. With interiors that ooze tropical vibes, lots of lush greenery all around and even a private courtyard, FOMO brings together seven food concepts — perfect for eclectic group gatherings and fickle diners. While not all the stalls are certified halal, all the dishes here are prepared without pork and lard. Some dishes that have worked their way onto the Burpple community's radar include slurping good creamy Chicken Ramen ($10) from Zamza (the same guys behind Jimota-Ya), a laksa-inspired pizza World is Mine! ($14.90) from The Don, and Louisiana-style seafood in combo baskets ($79, $139) from Mr. Wholly. Mr. Wholly also does a locally inspired Seafood Nasi Lemak Ambeng ($60) that pairs seafood with fragrant coconut rice. Avg price: $10 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo
Burpple
1w
Who needs tortilla chips when you have tater totes?! Heating up the weekend with @thedonfoods World Is Mine! Pizza ($14.90). A localized Laksa-based pizza topped with white onions, chicken chunks, boiled eggs, coconut milk, tau pok [fried tofu] and heady mix of spices; replicating the aroma as well as kick of a warm and inviting bowl of laksa. But their Tater Tots Guacamole ($7.90) was right up my alley! Take deep-fried golden nuggets of happiness and adding creamy guacamole, and we have ourselves a winner. Guaranteed to be a hit, the Tater Tots was served pipping hot with a nice crunchy outside and fluffy inside to balance the smooth avocado dip. With bits of chopped onions, tomatoes and corn; the side was also surprisingly light with none of the usual oiliness that you get with fried food.
Vanessa
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