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Cheeky Git ($21.90) Really fork tender beef along with a wonderful bed of buttery mash potato. My only gripe with this dish is that the asparagus tasted raw!!
Yee Jun
9h
Surprisingly Good English-inspired Cafe! Had a go on the classic Dory fish and chips ($9.90), very affordable! The dory fish was fried really nicely but still kept its flakiness and moisture. What looks like mashed potato was actually a thicker tangy mayo for your fish! If you鈥檙e feeling hungry, you can add $3.90 for another piece of dory. Wooooooorth. Ambience was really nice with a lot of for foreigners walking along Haji Lane for the added overseas feeling! Would definitely return and try other dish with Burpple Beyond!
Yvonne Qifeng
2w
Ridiculous Service and terrible order system We walked in at 1pm into a half-empty restaurant and was told to wait 40 minutes for the food. We were fine with it as it was a Sunday at lunch hour. The system used to order food is through scanning a QR code on the phone, and ordering on the app although there were 3 staff walking around the small store. Super troublesome, but nevermind. Waited 1 hour before we were told that our food order did not go through the system even though we ordered a latte and received it 20 minutes later and it was sent through properly. Requested nicely for the staff to have our order bumped up and be verbally conveyed to the kitchen. No, it has to go through the app and we will have to wait an additional 30 minutes for the order. Don鈥檛 come here unless you want to waste your time over mediocre food and terrible service. Burrple isn鈥檛 even worth it.
Keanna
2w
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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$25) Turn to this restaurant along Bussorah Street for a Turkish feast with the gang! To start, go for the Saksuka ($8), consisting of eggplant, paprika and red tomato sauce lightly seasoned with herbs. For mains, the community can't stop raving about the Patlican Musakka ($24) 鈥 think lamb, eggplant, potato, green pepper, tomato and cheese 鈥 a super rich dish not to miss out on. Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim Jia Jun
Burpple
38w
Testi Kebab ($29 for 1, $48 for 2) Slow-cooked in a sealed claypot, the testi kebab here comes with lamb cubes, potato, onions, eggplant, and tomatoes. The theaterical aspect of this dish is really interesting because the claypot is broken once the fire dies off. It was done carefully so as to prevent the bits of claypot from getting into our food. It's rather wasteful that they can't re-use the claypot, but oh wells. The lamb was really tender as expected with sweet sourish sauce. The taste was kinda similar to patlican musakka without cheese, which is something I enjoy but maybe not when served one after another.
Irene
48w
Patlican Musakka ($24) [or $15 via the Communal Dining at Kampong Glam App or FB Messenger] Lamb stew with eggplants and potato and topped with cheese, before getting baked in a claypot. Love how tender and smell-free the lamb was, and didn't know that it would go really well with tomato paste. It feels like eating lasagna without the lasagna sheets! The eggplant and potato added some healthy touch to the dish although I still dipped them in more cheese and tomato paste!
Irene
48w
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Why Be Skeezy When You Can Be Cheesy Yes, this here lobster mac&cheese costs $35++, but there鈥檚 a reason why the premium is worth it. It鈥檚 the best motherhuggin鈥 mac&cheese in Singapore, and I can back that up. First of all, just look at it. Look, look, look! There鈥檚 an entire French village鈥檚 annual supply of cheese in there! All that cheese is brilliantly broiled till it鈥檚 all melted and charred & absolute perfection, and below that blanket of cheese is where the macaroni sits. Lemme tell ya this from experience: that blanket of cheese is the best damn #cheesepull picture you will EVER take, and it鈥檚 even more delectable when it鈥檚 making savoury, saucy love to your tongue. The macaroni positively DROWNED in a majestically moreish mornay sauce, and I went in on that cast iron pan with a spoon to make sure no drop got left behind. The lobster was admittedly lost in the cheesy chaos, but when you bit into it, you鈥檇 know for sure. It was fantastically firm and spectacularly supple, all the expected hallmarks of a fabulously fresh lobster. If you鈥檙e tired of getting mac&cheese that鈥檚 got less cheese than one of my drunk af bar pickup lines, go to 665F for a thorough vibe check.
Russell
10w
For a Romantic Dinner and a Breathtaking View Perched on the 38th floor of Andaz Singapore is this chic restaurant that boasts a breathtaking view. Come by for a romantic dinner, or treat the parents to a lovely meal on a special occasion. Begin with their aromatic Beef Pastrami and Bone Marrow Toast ($38), a divine combination of crisp bread, well-seasoned meat and roasted garlic. Share the generously portioned Boston Lobster Thermidor ($88++) that is luxuriously rich, creamy and bright. Don't forget to check out their selection of non-alcoholic wines! *Halal-certified Meat & Seafood Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua
Burpple
10w
For Special Occasions and a Splendid View Got a special date coming up? Impress your loved one with an exquisite view of Singapore's skyline whilst dining on stunning dishes on the 38th floor of Andaz hotel. Start with the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes ($32) for perfectly seasoned crab meat. Treat yourselves to their super fresh Boston Lobster Thermidor ($88) soaked in a creamy rich sauce or opt for the more affordable but also good Mac & Cheese ($15). No matter which excellent dish you order, be sure to have their decadent Truffle Fries ($18) on the side. These thick-cut beauties come with an aioli sauce infused with real truffle shavings. Photo by Burppler Rachel Chua *Halal-certified meat and seafood suppliers only (serves alcohol)
Burpple
37w
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