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Grilled Prawns Pesto Pasta ($23) Finally made it down to Eleven Strands after hearing so much about it! & boy did they not disappoint. Thanks to Burpple beyond, we managed to get our pasta at 1 for 1! We ordered the Grilled Prawns Pesto Pasta and Squid Ink Pasta, with a side of truffle Kombu fries & it was quite a full meal! I love that they gave us the option of choosing our choice of pasta. I decided on fusilli as I wanted every curve and angle to hold on to the pesto sauce. As the plate touched the table, I knew I was in for a treat! I first caught slight hints of toasted pine nuts & with every mouthful of pasta, the flavours grew more! Their version was pesto was on a lighter side and they added a pretty generous amount of olive oil, however, it wasn鈥檛 too oily. Even after finishing up the bits of pasta and prawns, I used the fries to wipe up the remaining puddle of oil as it was just soooo tasty!
Amanda
7h
Braised Beef Cheeks Decadent mash w flavourful stewed beef. Bacon gave an extra bite. Well worth a beyond redemption. Beef abit gamey tho
Ryan
30s
Truffle Kombu Fries ($15) Finally got the chance to visit Eleven Strands, the sibling cafe of popular joint, South Union Park! Just a stone throw away from Serangoon Stadium, Eleven Strands serves up French fusion items which sounds fancy but hits all the right spots! One of them would be the Truffle Kombu Fries! Upon serving, you wouldn鈥檛 expect the whiffs of truffle oil like most truffle fries have, but the subtle flavours of truffle can be tasted on each fry! Every piece also comes generously coated with kombu, which is a sort of kelp (aka seaweed). It also comes with a side of truffle kombu sauce which packs a whole punch of truffle, without being too much of an overkill.
Amanda
1w
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raspberry cinnamon vienna $8 // *seasonal christmas menu item* loved it!! the acidity from the raspberry and cinnamon (which are also 2 flavours that i didn鈥檛 think would work together, but surprisingly work amazingly together) really elevate the acidity from the espresso base of this drink, and when mixed together with the cream on top using my cinnamon stick as a stirrer, it made for such a festive flavour!! paired with the red aesthetic of this drink, really made this such an appropriately christmassy drink 馃巹馃巹
bev
1m
iced jawa signature coffee $7 // the description on the menu said it was a latte macchiato with indonesian gula melaka with hints of coconut and pandan. while the coffee was rich, creamy and perfectly blended, especially with the accompaniment of the distinctively local flavour of sweetener, the 鈥渉ints鈥 of coconut/pandan was really something to be searched for, and always almost non existent 馃ゴ馃ゴ the only way i got a hint of pandan was when the pandan leaf was near enough for me to get a whiff of it, while i sipped on my coffee, and imagined i was drinking a pandan flavoured coffee lol. appreciated an amazing cup of coffee, but was high key disappointed that the flavours they promised in the menu were not there, considering how i ordered it for those flavours.
bev
2m
crispy fish fillet tacos $23 // this was surprisingly nice!! where the very different flavour profiles melt together in a harmonious blend on my tastebuds. first, you get the standard taco shells, and then there鈥檚 the salsa made up of fresh mango cubes and mayonnaise (!!), sounds like a gross combination, but somehow mangoes and mayo rly work very well together lol. then you bite in some more and you get chunks of lightly battered snapper. yumz!! it comes with a huge serving of curly fries (think macdonald鈥檚 cny twister fries), and wellll, i guess the healthiness of fresh fruits (ie: mangoes) helps to lessen the richness from the oil from the fries.
bev
4m
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Inspired by the traditional flavours, 鈥淎 Rustic Merry Christmas" at @carverysg, Park Hotel Alexandra presents nostalgia, comfort foods to celebrate this festive season. Feature new menu : 馃挄Spit-Roasted Chicken with Sweet Orange and Aged Balsamic Glaze. available for takeaway at $46 nett, from 25 November 2019 onward 馃挄21-day Gin-aged Angus Beef Prime Ribs. Enjoy a complimentary Cold Seafood Platter of poached lobster, fresh raw oysters and cured trout - for diners who choose Aqua Luna鈥檚 VIP Alfresco Dining on 24, 25 and 鈥31 December鈥 ( for 2 pax) 馃挵$51++ for lunch. 馃挵$61++ for dinner. available start from鈥 2 December 2019.鈥 馃搷The Carvery. Level 7 Park Hotel Alexandra. 323, Alexandra Road.
Cecil
1w
[The Carvery] - @thecarverysg at Park Hotel Alexandra rolls outs their crowd-favourite Spit-Roasted Chicken this festive season, with nostalgia-evoking flavours of sweet orange and aged balsamic glaze. Extremely juicy and tender with a thin crisp skin, the Spit-Roasted Chicken with Sweet Orange & Aged Balsamic Glaze (1.8kg/$46) will be exclusively available at The Carvery for takeaway from 25 November 2019 onward with bookings available online or via telephone at 6828 8880. Each roast chicken comes with Roasted Vegetables, Herbed Potatoes and Balsamic Orange Sauce as well.
SG
2w
For 1-for-1 Buffet (~save $60) Meat lovers, jot this one down! This meat-centric Buffet (from $42) housed in Park Hotel Alexandra serves up superb roasts in a comfy setting. While there isn't a wide variety, the salt-grilled Ana Paula Black Angus Ribeye and the succulent Spit-Roasted Chicken with Truffle are sure to satisfy. Also good is the Seafood Medley, comprising fresh prawns and squid in a tasty broth. Photo by Burppler SG Food On Foot
Burpple
12w
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Eggs Benedict Decent brunch but only worth it with Burpple Beyond. Bulletproof coffee is great!
Colin
8m
Salmon Rosti Decent brunch but only worth it with Burpple Beyond. Bulletproof coffee is great!
Colin
18h
Very Bad Experience. Uninformed and rude staff TLDR: we were specifically told we could redeem 2 vouchers when we ordered, but when we paid they told us we could only redeem 1 voucher and it is OUR responsibility as Burpple users to know this so it is entirely our fault. 3 of us went to the Raffles City outlet for dinner on 6 Dec, because TCA was on the Burpple Beyond app, which allows up to 4 redemptions of 1 for 1 vouchers at one restaurant. We initially wanted to get just 3 mains and redeem one voucher, but ultimately decided to redeem two vouchers and order 4 mains to share. When the waiter took our orders, we told him we wanted 4 mains, and asked if we could redeem two vouchers, to which he replied yes. We then specifically asked if we could redeem two at the same time, just to make sure, and he said yes. He then presented the bill to us even before the food came and told us to check our orders (which we thought was a bit odd), and at that point we actually asked about Burpple again because the bill showed no discounts, and he clarified that the voucher redemptions and discounts will be made at the cashier when we make payments afterwards. When we went to make payment, a different staff at the cashier told us we could only redeem one voucher, as Burpple t&c states that you can only redeem one voucher per two pax, and seeing that we have 3 people, we are not allowed to redeem two vouchers. I told her that we were not informed of that when we ordered, to which she replied that 鈥渢his is Burpple鈥檚 rules which is clearly written under their t&c*, so it is your responsibility as a Burpple user to know it, it is not our responsibility to tell you鈥. There were 3 of us and we ordered 4 mains. I am not sure about others, but to me it is pretty obvious that we intended to redeem 2 vouchers. AND we specifically asked if we could redeem two vouchers to which their staff said yes. I tried to reason with the cashier who up to this point had just been emotionlessly repeating to us 鈥渢his is not our rules, it is burpple鈥檚 rules so it is not our responsibility to tell you鈥. She then went to call her manager who basically repeated the same thing to us, and told us that if she made this exception for us she would have to start doing it for everybody ---- which led me to think that we are not the only ones who are unaware of this t&c, yet the restaurant still did not make any effort to remind their customers of this particular t&c like a decent restaurant would, and I would like to emphasize again that we DOUBLE CONFIRMED whether we could use two vouchers. Their staff did not tell us back then that 鈥榠t is our responsibility to know the t&c鈥, he told us yes we could use two vouchers. As a customer I just feel that I have been scammed into ordering an extra meal ---- we would have gotten just 3 mains if they informed us when we ordered, we couldn鈥檛 even finish the 4 mains we ordered. I do not want to accuse TCA for deliberately lying to us as the staff who served us could be newly hired / genuinely unaware of this t&c (because who reads every word of the fine prints), and everyone makes mistakes, however this was really bad handling ---- making the customer pay even though they were the ones who misled us, and they didn鈥檛 even attempt to look empathetic lest apologetic, in fact the whole exchange was just the cashier and her manager plainly telling us it was entirely our fault so they will not do anything about it. It was a very unpleasant experience and I certainly would not return again. *FYI, on the Burpple app redemption pages for all the restaurants, it is actually highlighted in bullet form the major t&c they want you to take note, eg. Vouchers cannot be redeemed on weekends, or only restricted to burpple set menus etc. This particular clause about only allowing one voucher per two pax is not on that page, and you actually need to click the link that says 鈥渞ules of use鈥 in the fine print which will lead you to another long and wordy t&c to find it. I have lost count how many redemptions I have made on Burpple Beyond, and I have never ran into this problem. Other restaurants always made an effort to highlight any terms and conditions before taking orders to avoid this kind of conflicts.
XN
1w
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Seoul-Style Comfort Food Special Garlic Soy Sauce Chicke + Mixed Fries + Budae Jjigae Korean fried chicken with soju bomb is an ultimate Seoul-style comfort food to destress after a long work day. The garlic soy sauce chicken was a favourite as the marinate, having been caramelised from the heat, gave it a sweet flavour and the skin remained crispy. Enjoy it with a humble, hearty stew that warmed the belly and tentalised my taste buds with its spicy, savory and unami-rich broth.
Jessica
11w
Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken (Wings & Drumlets) - $25.80 for 18pcs As sinful as it may be, Korean fried chicken is on my list of comforting food that is worth every calorie and great pairing with ice cold beer. Each piece of meat was tender and juicy with a savoury crunchy skin. With an added coat of their special sweet and sticky sauce, it was addictive that I want to eat more. 馃崡馃嵑
Jessica
11w
[ 馃帀馃帀馃帀 GIVEAWAY 馃帀馃帀馃帀 ] Capping the weekend with a Korean Feast at Kko Kko Nara. 鉂 @kkokkonara is one of the pioneering restaurants to bring the Korean Fried Chicken trend in Singapore. 馃崡馃崡馃崡 It's available in 4 flavors but I always go for their Soy Garlic Sauce . Aside from these, they also have other dishes like Japchae, Army Stew - Bu Dae Ji Gae, Bossam, and Seafood Pancake. 馃 Will be giving away 1 x $40 voucher that can only be used only at the Tanjong Pagar Branch. 馃槂 To qualify: 1. Follow @kkokkonara and @thehungryfeet 2. Tag a friend in your comment 3. Send in as many entries as possible. Giveaway ends on 14th of June and will randomly select the winner and notify them through DM. 馃槂 Thank you @singaporefoodlisting @kenpgl for the invite 馃槂
The Hungry
26w
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