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Good pasta, poor service, sweaty lunch We got their seafood squid ink pasta and their bacon carbonara. The pasta had good texture and was cooked to a perfect al-dente. The squid ink pasta came with fresh mussels, prawns and squid and was pretty good. The carbonara was quite perfect with the creamy pasta base and savoury bacon bits. Food wise, not a bad pasta fix, however, be prepared to... SWEAT! The restaurant is barely air-conditioned. For $15++ a pasta and $20++ a main, this is pretty unbearable. Come only if you have Burpple Beyond, if not, it is not worth it. The service was also disappointing, with the waitress serving us seeming aloof and disinterested in life in general. Overall, its a one and done for us.
Ethan
4d
Chicken Masala And Saag Chicken ($12 Each) Bar bar black sheep is more of a drinking place that’s tucked in Cluny Court next to Botanic Gardens mrt, but I came here for lunch and it was not bad. It’s nothing super outstanding, but it’s quite a value for money meal when you use #burpplebeyond. I preferred the saag chicken, which is a spinach-based gravy, because it tasted somewhat “cleaner” and less meaty. The masala was a lot more full-bodied and had more spices. It’s great to pair with some naans to mop all that gravy up!
Elizabeth
8w
Really Hard Ribeye... How can this be even medium rare.. even if using app for 1 for 1 promo, it still doesn't justify the poor quality, the beef is fully well done to the max, even the western food stall below my HDB block cooks a better medium rare ribeye.
Edwin
17w
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👉Moo Ping👈 Grilled perfectly, these delicious pork skewers teleported me back to Thailand... 。 How many Moo Ping (Thai Pork Skewers) do you need to satisfy your cravings? I’d say at least 5 for me 😋 。 Do check out their attractive lunch promos, where you can purchase any main & get a free drink at just $5.50!
Mr Digester
2d
| 🐷 Best Thai Pork Skewer Yet !... ~ · Thai Green Curry (Chicken) - $9.80 BBQ Grilled Pork Skewer (4pc) - $7.80 · Green curry is abit spicy but shiok. Thick and creamy but a pity there’s not much meat for the price paid. It also contains egg plant, tomato and long bean. Pair it with a bowl of white rice ($1) to reduce the spicy and make it a complete meal. Their pork skewer is the most tender pork meat I ate before, heard it’s pork shoulder meat. The BBQ gives it additional flavour. The meat is abit red on the inside but crew assured me it’s normal and it’s well cooked. The dipping sauce is chilli mixed with fish sauce so it’s quite salty, best to eat the skewer by itself to enjoy the pure flavour. It reminds of bak kua somehow, a must try · Tuk Wan Kitchen @tukwankitch
Jaden
1y
Boneless Stuff Chicken Wing The restaurant was featured on a Channel 8 variety show for being an affordable Thai restaurant with a wide range of food. One of the dishes I ordered during my visit was the Boneless Stuff Chicken Wing (S$9.80), and I was really pleased with it. The wings were basically very thinly coated with batter and fried till very crispy. The stuffings at the mid-wing section was made of pork, mushrooms and carrots, which somewhat tasted really firm like there was a meatball glued into the wing. Don’t forget to dip the wing into their Thai sweet chilli sauce for that extra oomph. Somehow, I think I can finish all of this by myself!
Siming
1y
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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$15) Round up the gang for a Thai feast at this Balmoral Plaza spot. Get the creamy Red Curry (from $10.90) with Beef ($3) to share – think tender beef, figs and cherry tomatoes sitting in a creamy, savoury curry. Also good is the Beef Kway Teow ($13.90), consisting springy kway teow fried in a mildly sweet sauce alongside vegetables, egg and tender sliced beef. Photo by Burppler Siming T
Burpple
9w
Mango Sticky Rice I admit I am a sucker for Mango Sticky Rice whenever I come across one. No doubt I had tried this one too at Thai’d Me Up. The mango is quite sweet, the glutinous rice comes in a very manageable portion size, and the taste was, well, authentic (not too sure if anywhere else serves Mango Sticky Rice with deviated taste profile). However, instead of sprinkling the crispy rice grains on the famous Thai dessert, the one I had came with white sesame seeds, and that changed the satisfaction level a bit. Although the sesame seeds still gives out a nice fragrance as I chewed, there seemed to be a slight mismatch of the sweetness against the fragrance. Factoring in the fact that their Mango Sticky Rice was sold at S$7.90, I might go for something else in the dessert menu if I were to revisit the next time.
Siming
2y
Beef Kway Teow The Beef Kway Teow (S$13.90) was known to be Thai’d Me Up’s house special. Unlike the usual Kway Teow that has more “wok hei” than this one here, what I had was flat rice noodles that were still springy (i.e. not dry from the heat) that was mildly sweet, fried together with veggies, egg and tender sliced beef. The strength of flavours was considered mild, but that did not equate to disappointment. In fact, the portion was seemingly good for one diner, with that little space in the stomach set aside for desserts. And while Thai’d Me Up offers privileges from the Entertainer app, I thought the overall satisfaction did not justify for the low Saturday lunch crowd.
Siming
2y
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