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Grilled Cheese Toast Got the Grilled Cheese this time round and man, was my mind blown. This sourdough rye toast was crispy and crusty on the outside, while oozing a cheesy gooey mess that comprises of cheddar and emmenthal when you sink your mouth into it. Dunk it into the accompanying tangy tomato soup to cut the richness of the cheese if it gets too much for you. If this toast doesn鈥檛 blow your mind, idk what will.
Alicia
5d
Park Bench Deli @parkbenchdeli - Sandwiches - Cheesesteak (馃挼S$16) Sliced Beef, Saut茅ed Onions, Molten Cheese Sauce . . All those gorgeous ingredients stuffed into the Hoagie Roll (which are hollowed out for more fillings). Basically a Philly CheeseSteak, the thinly sliced Beef was really Generous and Juicy too, so Juicy that frankly, you'll end up getting your hands dirty but Trust me it's damn well worth it (& a ton of tissues which luckily it's provided) . . ACAMASTIPS馃挳: Get 1 of any Savoury Sandwiches (but I'd Recommend the CheeseSteak Obviously) & their Signature PB&J as Dessert, Sandwiches are cut into half therefore it will be wise to come with a Partner to share. Thank god and/or @Burpple for their Burpple Beyond which allows you to redeem a 1 for 1 Sandwich Deal! #parkbenchdeli
Acamas Teo
1w
For Generous, Get-Ya-Hands-Dirty Sandos The sandwiches are legendary at this snazzy joint. With 1-for-1, you never have to choose between the Patty Melt ($17) and the PB & J ($8) again. Share both with your favourite colleague for a not-sad lunch. Photo by Burppler Rachel Loke
Burpple
2w
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Truffle Bacon Mac This came piping hot in a cast iron pan and the cheese sauce still bubbling away. The pasta was well cooked with a slight resistance to it and allowed the sauce to coat it really nicely. Cheese sauce was super yumz and rich and sinful especially on a rainy day but i鈥檓 a sucker for cheese馃槱馃槱 It came with generous chunks of bacon which added a nice salty flavor but unfortunately the truffle didn鈥檛 deliver and I couldn鈥檛 taste or smell any truffle flavor. If you look past(a) that it was pretty good and a generous portion that鈥檚 enough for sharing.
Gan
6d
Taisho MAD Ordered this cause it looked super interesting and is suitable for anyone looking for non-black coffee that鈥檚 dairy free!! The milk is a nut milk made from a mixture of Macadamias, Almonds and Dates (MAD) and the flavor of it was quite potent and something i鈥檝e never tasted before. I feel the coffee took more of a backseat in terms of flavor so I think it鈥檚 a drink for someone who doesn鈥檛 want the super strong bitter coffee taste cause the MAD milk really shines through here
Gan
6d
Great Place For Brunch We had the super loaded, smoked salmon rosti and the espresso hot cakes (as pictured). The super loaded was a very hearty brunch set which comprises of roasted potatoes, tomatoes, bacon, mushrooms, rocket leaves, sourdough and a serve of the scrambled eggs. The smoked salmon rosti was nicely executed which was slight charred and crispy on the outside and came together with some creme fraiche. We chose to post a picture of the espresso hotcakes as that was the star of today鈥檚 brunch! The hotcakes came with lotsa of berries and was fluffy on the inside! A far cry from the usually dry and tasteless hotcakes at other places. Read some great reviews about the death brew and had to order that too but it was far too sweet for me as I prefer my coffee without sugar. All in all, a great place for brunch! What made the deal even better was the one for one Burpple deal! #burrplebeyond #oriole
Celene
6d
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Molten Matcha Lava with Cheese Ice-cream ($16++) For dessert, I tried this and found it pleasing. The green tea lava cake itself wasn鈥檛 overly sweet and when eaten with the slightly savoury ice-cream, tasted even more interesting. Do be careful when you take the first bite of the cake because the matcha lava within can be very hot. 鈥淗alcyon & Crane鈥 is located in the newer wing of Paragon. With an open concept layout and a pavilion-like structure, spotting the cafe is easy as it is done up in light golden and cream tones. The most direct way is to use the entrance by the Miu Miu boutique and head straight up to level 3.
Veronica
16h
Light And Comforting Chicken & Mushroom Capellini ($23++) If you are after a clean-tasting yet pretty flavourful dish, you can consider the Chicken & Mushroom Capellini which is in the All Day Dining Menu. Served in a nourishing soup of chicken and bamboo mushrooms are silky noodles that have been specially imported from Sichuan. The condiments are thoughtfully served on the side so for those of you who don鈥檛 like herbs and garnishes, this is good news.
Veronica
17h
King Chicken Benedict I had some free time so I thought I鈥檇 find somewhere for lunch. I came across this newly opened restaurant that looked good. What a good find! Good service. Very interesting fusion of east and west dishes. Too bad I only had one stomach. I had the King Chicken Benedict, Berry trifle and a coffee with fleur-de-sel. All yummy. The Benedict had gong pow chicken. Can鈥檛 wait to come back to try more.
Helena
20h
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tama tama tama taaaama The Tamago Sando ($12) is a delightful midday snack I wouldn't mind having over and over again. This had all the makings of tamagoyaki one can find on the streets of Tokyo, being all warm and fluffy with a creamy mouthfeel. I, and many others, judging by their reviews, are clearly smitten with the konbu mayo and pear sauce. They bring out a delicate sweetness and a hint of umami - it is what makes this sandwich stand out from the rest. Anyone else thinks they should offer the sandwich on its own sans chips and salad (at a lower price, of course)?
Christabel
3d
Tamago Sando ($12) This dish is perhaps the stuff of an egg lover鈥檚 dreams 鈥 a thick, succulent tamago-style egg patty sits in between two pieces of white bread toasts. It is lathered with kombu (Japanese kelp) mayo and pear sauce, before the sandwich is finally cut up into two halves. 馃嵆 Personally though, while I did find it to be a decent and pretty enjoyable fare, I didn鈥檛 exactly uncover any electrifying or sapid flavours. The tamago also leans away from the sweeter notes and more towards the savoury side. And that鈥檚 probably because its established, characteristic sweetness is supposed to come from this dish鈥檚 condiments instead. But given the tamago鈥檚 great deal of thickness, I firmly believe more kombu mayo and pear sauce would have galvanised this. 馃 Grids & Circles鈥 highlight comes in its aesthetics though. They have taken pride in their interior design, boasting a very clean, bright, Scandinavian-influenced space with hints of Japanese design principles. The amount of detail and thought that have gone into doing up the place is insane though - at one point, I whipped out my phone in their restroom to take a side view of the interior and the things in there aligned perfectly to the grids in the camera mode. Talk about by design! 馃く Go for a seat upstairs if you can. Trust me - it鈥檚 a haven up there. Overall, very impressive stuff, and they hence score all the points they can get with their environment. 馃憦馃徏 And they even have some of their own merchandise they sell in-store, which I thought was a nice touch. Notwithstanding its pretty steep prices, I will say that this is one cool place to check out. (7.3/10)
Zul
1w
Tamago sando [$12++] . Given the not-so-pocket-friendly pricetag that came along with this Tamago SANDWICH aka. Egg sandwich, I was initially skeptical on ordering it. Despite that, temptations still gave way, given the fact that eggs are one of my greatest weakness, apart from matcha馃. Instead of the usual omelette or egg mayo, a thick block of Tamago (Japanese style omelette) is sandwiched between the soft and pillowy white toast, along with pear sauce and konbu mayo. With a fluffy and sufficiently moist texture, I was glad that the Tamago wasn鈥檛 overwhelmingly sweet, unlike those typically served in Japanese eateries. On the other hand, the spread of konbu mayo provided a subtle, pleasant umami flavour, contributing to a savoury flavour profile while the pear sauce added a tinge of fruity sweetness to the toast, which unfortunately wasn鈥檛 evenly spread and in fact, only distinct in one of the toast here! Personally, I would prefer the pear sauce to be omitted or perhaps served at the side as a spread for the white toast in silo, being a fan of savoury eggs, instead of a sweet version馃槄. Along with chips and baby spinach salad, this Tamago sandwich would perhaps be worth the try once if you are a fan of eggs but given the pricetag that came along, it won鈥檛 be something that I鈥檒l order often 馃き. On a sidenote, I am loving the cosy, welcoming ambience in this cafe that鈥檚 great for chilling and getting work done with free WiFi! 鉁岎煆. . . . #burpple #gridsandcircle #sgfoodie
Natalie
2w
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