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poofy pancakes ☁️ visited habitat last weekend and was pretty impressed with it!! i ate this really yummy beets bowl (?) and we ordered these pancakes ($14) for dessert which honestly blew me away. these pancakes are the right texture of airy, smooth and light all at the same time, true to their name! it’s very satisfying to cut into haha and they are soo jiggly and soft 🤤🤤 i think they are better without the maple syrup even though i usually love maple syrup heh. the vanilla chantilly cream pairs extremely well with the pancakes, though, and this is coming from someone who isn’t really a fan of cream usually!! the pancakes are fluffy and you can really taste the egg in them, i think they’re the right amount of sweetness and it doesn’t leave you feeling jelat at all. i could finish it on my own tbh. definitely worth a try if you head down to habitat 🥞
yiting
0w
Poofy Pancakes ($14) Pardon me for sounding like a lunatic, but my heart was beating in accordance to the way these fluffy, airy and texturally divine soufflé pancakes jiggled away. And it was pounding very, very hard indeed. Every bite felt like a stroll in the clouds, and despite my full capacity from dinner earlier on, I was actually attending to the idea of getting another plate all for myself after whittling this down (sadly, I underestimated myself and shared this). I cannot stress how much this is a MUST-GET here, and it’s really a shame (!!!) if you make a trip all the way to habitat without returning with these babies nestled in your digestive tract.
Alicia
1w
For Ultra Jiggly Souffle Pancakes Taking residence in the newly opened Habitat by honestbee, Poofy remains true to its name — dishing up light and fluffy Poofy Pancakes ($14) that jiggle to the touch, served warm and topped with fresh fruits and chantilly cream. Don't forget to drizzle on the maple syrup served alongside. Photo by Burppler Nathanael Foong
Burpple
1w
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Baby Huey Burger Set Tried the Baby Huey burger set (about $15 per set) with #burpplebeyond’s 1 for 1, which comes with some handcut fries and vanilla milkshake. I quite liked the burger! The Black Angus beef patty was cooked quite well- charred on the outside and pink and juicy inside. It’s really just a great classic burger, with oozey melted cheese, ketchup, pickles and spiced mayo, and lovely toasted brioche buns. The handcut fries were also tasty and crisp. The only let down was probably the vanilla milkshake, which was too sweet and also even a bit salty. Despite its consistency being not so thick, I didn’t really want to have such a sweet shake after eating such an indulgent burger haha. Notwithstanding, the burger set is an amazing new deal on #burpplebeyond! P.s. if you bring your dog there, they’ll give your dog a free wagyu beef patty 🐶❤️
Elizabeth
5d
The Ronnie [$19++] . . Only available during the weekend brunch menu (11am-4pm), this breakfast burger bun features a 130g chicken sausage patty, fried egg, rocket and miso bearnaise sauce sandwiched within two toasted demi brioche bun. Along with a side of tater tots, perhaps this might seem like an atas version of Macdonald’s McMuffin but imo, this was definitely much better (and bigger in portion too)! 💖 But of course, the pricetag that came along would be much higher too 🙈.The chicken sausage patty was tender, juicy and flavourful, topped with miso bearnaise sauce which added a tangy, piquant note, resembling a hollandaise sauce, albeit less buttery and creamy, one that’s lighter to the palate. Swipe thrice to reveal an outburst of egg-citing surprise that awaits from the fragile sphere of yolk which elicits a vibrant response with a slight provoke, one that’s an egg-citement for the sight (and sense ofc☺️)! 💖 The brioche bun comes slightly toasted, while retaining a soft, pillowy interior along with a subtle lingering buttery fragrance. Tater tots are done to an. ideal crisp exterior, a good accompaniment to the burger and great substitute for fries anytime! ✌🏻Homemade Chilli sauce and Ketchup are provided too for dipping, upon request! 🍅🌶 . . . . #burrple #threebuns #potatoheadfolk #sgfoodie
Natalie
5w
For Decadent, Messy Burgers and River-side Cocktails Sink your teeth into the Smokin' B-Boy ($23), a community favourite — 150g black angus patty, bbq ketchup, streaky bacon, bawang goreng, smoked cheese and smokey mayo. Kick back with a classic Old Fashioned ($16) or get cheeky with a Straight Into Quayside ($18) mezcal cocktail. Photo by Burppler Jason Wong
Burpple
6w
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Cookie Dough Madness ($9 for 3 scoops) [Available on Burpple Beyond] I’ve always been keeping tabs on the list of places that have gotten on board the Burpple Beyond boat. So when I found out about Dohkie’s addition...boy did I IMMEDIATELY make plans to come here. 😛🤣 They are a humble space located at the basement level of Havelock II, which is located just opposite Hong Lim Park. I came by on a Saturday night, and the emptiness was actually pretty unsettling and eerie I won’t lie. Still though, nothing was going to stop me from getting some sweet treat for myself. 🤩 In their arsenal of cookie dough flavours, they have: 🍪 Original 🍪 Peanut Butter 🍪 Lemon 🍪 Brownie Batter 🍪 Cookies N Cream 🍪 Birthday Cake I got the first three in my first try and it may have very well sent me straight to cookie heaven. Rich, smooth and chewy are just some words to describe it. It’s straight up candy! But I think that having it with their softserve would have amped up its taste. Especially since my friend pointed out how he could taste flour and sugar in it. Given how decadent it is too, it can get a little sickly after awhile - especially in my case as I had three dollops in one sitting. 🤧 (7.4/10)
Zul
3w
DOHKIE: PEANUT BUTTER, LEMON TART Shops specialising in cookie doughs are rarely seen in Singapore, because of the uncertainty of how edible the raw ingredients are. Now you can stop worrying about that and indulge at the different flavours of cookie dough here at Dohkie. There are a total of 6 flavours to choose from, Peanut butter, Lemon Tart, Cookies and Cream, Birthday cake, Brownie Batter and the Original Chocolate chip. Just like an ice cream, you are able to sample the flavours here before making your decision. Lemon tart as a flavour is intriguing enough, but it has that slight metallic taste that turns me off. Peanut butter was a safe choice for me, having the texture similar to the peanut fillings we find in peanut pancakes. With options of having the cookie dough in a cone or a cup, you can also add softserve onto the cookie dough itself.
Edmund
3w
Childhood goals included eating leftover cookie dough off a spatula, while youth struggles included pining for some B&J cookie dough ice-cream, even till this day, perhaps? 😝 With much gratitude, the folks at @dohkie.sg has kindly made eating cups of cookie dough a possibility! Not to be mistaken for an ice-cream stall, they serve up different flavours of edible cookie dough; indeed dreams do come true. 🤩 Tried the Lemon Tart and Peanut Butter ($4/7/9, 1~3 scoops respectively) with no further add-on's. The former comes with white chocolate chips, while the latter comes with salted pretzels. The texture of the cookie dough is pretty thick and somewhat 'sticky' - for that reason you'll notice that it's not easy to put a pretty scoop into the cup - while the former flavour has a sourish taste that's contrasted with the inclusion of white chocolate chips for sweetness. The latter feels a lot richer and heavier in taste, and comes with salted pretzels. Personally preferred the lemon tart because it had a lighter flavour in comparison and took a little longer to reach that unwanted state of 'jelat-ness'; word of caution: do not be deceived by the seemingly underwhelming serving and bring a friend down to share (or more if you wanna try more flavours), or perhaps consider adding on a dollop of softserve ($2.50) to allow for some textural contrast. Ultimately, I felt like I needed lots of water after I finished my share of the cookie dough, but that said, I did enjoy this while it lasted! Being such a unique concept in Singapore, I definitely believe that it is worth checking out, especially for the sweet tooths.
Brian
3w
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A collaboration between @roastparadise and the muttons, Fook Kin dishes up delicious roasts at decent prices. One of the standouts was the roast duck. Deboned, it's succulent, easy to eat and delicious. Pair it with a bowl of steaming rice or their minced pork noodles (my fav) for a deliciously indulgent experience. • 📍: Fook Kin 🚂: Somerset 💰: $25++ ⚖️: It's a pretty pops place so definitely a good idea to make a reservation. Also, make sure you get their next level char siu as well.
Casey
5d
So this place hit a home-run for us b’cos it was just F-Kin good. A Char Siew and roasted meat place by the @muttons modernised for a pleasant dining experience. Their Char Siew and roasted meat definitely met the mark in terms of quality and taste, especially the latter that had such crispy skin and that fragrant “roasted” aroma. Their Dang Gui was a hit too, with the strong herbal fragrance. And what better way than to serve it boneless for maximum enjoyment. Everything else we had scored an “A” as well. The fragrant rice was cooked on point, soup was flavourful. And not forgetting those lava eggs, they just scored extra points for us. Finally, the place - it was also F-Kin nice. Hip, groovy lightings with nostalgic decor and Chinese Pop music playing in the background. What better setting for the modern foodies?
I makan
1w
Fook Kin A Collaboration Between [@roastparadise], [@fatboyssg], and [@muttons]. Fook Kin was Established A few months back offering Caramelised alluring Char Siews and Seductively Crispy Sio Bak! • Polished Off the plate within Minutes! Was it good? For sure, It's "Fookin" Good!
Yong
1w
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Wagyu Beef Sukiyaki Bowl The wagyu beef was soo soft and silky..literally melts as you munched. Love the generous portion of shiitakes, onsen egg, vegetables and glass noodles. It was so much that I was so full at the end of the meal.
Gwen
2d
Kiwami Beef Sukiyaki Don As if one would ever get sick of watching some live cooking, the latest concept restaurant under the Keisuke chain gave me a memorable experience that made me drool. I was so glad I beat the queue before the real crowd came in, for the meal was best savoured without pressure and stress from snaking queues. Anyways, upon ordering the meal, I was served with their in-house sesame tofu with a pinch of wasabi, and it was a nice starter with a slight doughy texture accompanied by the aroma of the seeds. Then came the live cooking and the careful plating by the chef, right in front of me! I personally felt that their Yuzu Shichimi went quite well with the piping hot rice bowl, but the Onsen Eggs together with the Sukiyaki sauce set the standards right as they coated the rice and beef so aptly. Did I mention that the rice were cooked in claypots, seemingly to give a more authentic feel as compared to electric rice cookers? So why the S$29.90 meal? Obviously, for those who liked their beef really smooth and juicy, the A4 Yonezawa Beef provided some really dense marbling for that extra orgasmic texture. The US Prime Beef option is fine too, especially if one would prefer more oomph from protein than from fats. In short, no reason not to return for another awesome meal.
Siming
1w
Keisuke just gets Japanese Food right Love keisuke's concepts, especially this new one for beef dons. The entire cooking experience just feels customised to you, and the beef is tender and well paired with its sauce (try the yuzu shichimi), egg, miso soup and vermicelli. We tried both the golden bowl of yonezawa beef ($29.90) + silver bowl ($13.90) indulgently. There is indeed a difference in the texture and meatiness of the slices. Still be back to try the silver bowl again whenever I want an authentic-ish Japanese experience - peace and quality food
Cherie
2w
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[Vegan Lemon Curd Tart-$9] Made quite a mess eating this beautiful tart as it was essentially a shell filled with lemon curd (which had the consistency of a thicker liquid) so the lemon curd kind of just flowed all over the moment i cut into the tart 😂 Thought that the tart shell had a nutty taste to it and it turns out that its actually made out of almond flour! While i liked the taste, i didn't really like the texture of the shell though, as it was rather hard and dry. Loved the lemon curd though, which was refreshingly sour with citrusy notes, though i would recommend sharing this unless you really really fancy sour stuff, if not the sourness might be too much to handle 😅 !!They are on Burpplebeyond btw so be sure to use it for 1-for-1 deals!! #burpple #burpplesg #whati8todaysg #whati8today #sgeat #eatmoresg #vegan #tarts #lemontart #sugarfree #highprotein #dessert #sweettooth #lemoncurd #singaporefoodlisting #sgfoodblogger #sgfoodies #sgfood #sgfoodhunt #sgfoodhunter #sgfoodtrend #myfooddiary #sgfooddiary #sgcafe #sgcafefood #sgcafehopping #foodforfoodie #foodforfoodies #foodexplorer
Seanna
1w
Newly opened and new on Burpple Beyond (coincidentally I’m the first to redeem a 1-for-1 for their baked) is this health and wellness restaurant that does bakes very differently from the regular cafes. Using healthier alternatives and abstaining from sugar, you can finally indulge in these pastries and cakes without feeling the guilt. Their current top seller is The Ultimate Fudge Cake ($8) which is made from sugar-free chocolate and the fudge is made from chocolate whey protein. Not your regular fudge cake, the sponge cake is made from chocolate brown rice protein. If you are on a strict low-sugar or some other diet, you can finally satisfy your sweet tooth with these nutritious treats. New on their menu is the Vegan Lemon Curd ($9) that’s so sour that it will awaken your senses and give you a refreshing boost. Unlike the normal buttery crust, almond flour is used instead which results in a denser and nuttier texture. Not really my favorite kind of crust, but this will definitely appeal to the health enthusiasts. _________________ Duxton41 Address: 41, Duxton Road, Singapore 089505 _________________ #cafehoppingsg #sgcafehopping #cafesg #sgcafefood #burpple #burpproved #foodie #foodspotting #foodporn #foodlover #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodiegram #foreverhungry #instafood #igfood #igfoodies #onthetable #whati8today #buzzfeedfood #aworldtoeat #burpplesg #sgfood #sgig #sgfoodies #instafood_sg #instasg #setheats #burpplebeyond #hungrygowhere
Julius
3w
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Lux
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Underwhelming burger Ordered the Old Fashioned burger but it was not as good as expected. The patty was alright but not great as what the other reviewers raved about. My biggest complain was that the mushroom were so thinly sliced, it didn’t give the burger the extra flavour I was looking for (quite evident in this unfiltered/unedited photo). Horseradish sauce was the only redeeming factor as it goes well with the burger and fries. Portion was really big and all of us didn’t finish the food. We didn’t order the milkshake as it’s probably going to give us diabetes. Service was pretty good but my friend found a hair in the onion rings. 😱Perhaps not a good day in the kitchen. Luckily we went early and didn’t have to queue. #notworththequeue #overhyped
_X_
5d
Cantonese Bbq Burger ($24) I got this only bcos the fries were sweet potato fries, to complement my fries from the Texan Burger. Bacon in this burger was limp and not crispy so I didn’t touch it. Sweet potato fries were good. Crispy outside and mushy inside. The Cantonese mayo sauce was outright strange. A bit tangy, quite salty. Tasted like a fusion experiment gone wrong. Plus the beany aftertaste mixed with sambal, I couldn’t convince myself to like it.
Carrie
0w
Texan Burger ($25) This was a really expensive burger but the portion was huge. I walked in starving and left holding my belly. Burger patty was juicy, despite the server warning me that well-done would be dry. I liked the sweet baby Ray bbq sauce. Smoky and sweet. Went well with everything on the plate. Thou I’m not a bacon fan, the one in this burger was crispy so I ate it. Fries were very hot. I saw plates of onion rings on almost every table. But the one in this burger was ok only, so I was glad I didn’t order a whole plate of it. For this price and the long queue, I’m not sure if I’ll be back.
Carrie
0w
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