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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
From fusion ramen in the CBD to customisable mala bowls at Jewel and lots of Taiwanese street food options — here are 12 hot spots to check out this October!
New on Beyond: October 2019
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New on Beyond: October 2019
New 1-for-1 deals! Get waffles and ice cream at Hatter Street, raw manuka honey drinks at Honeymill, zi char at Fragrance Wok Fish Head Steamboat, acai bowls at Oatberry Granola Kitchen and more!
Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
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Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
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1-for-1 Korean Dishes with Burpple Beyond
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 The Battle of the Bubble Teas
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The Battle of the Bubble Teas
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We also got to try the Truffle Chawanmushi ($3.80) - fragrant truffle kombu that wasn’t overwhelming; with silky smooth egg custard - loved it!

Thank you @tenjinsg for having us, Agnes for your kind hospitality and #burpple for extending the invite!😋

New to the menu would be the Inaniwa Udon set ($24.80), which comes with assorted tempura (similar to the premium tokyu-jo of seafood+ vegetables), served with cold udon/ mentsuyu/ kyabetsu salad.

Usually not an udon person but this was smooth, thinner with just the right bite and a refreshingly light mentsuyu (add wasabi and negi to your own preference).

Thank you @tenjinsg for having us, Agnes for your kind hospitality and #burpple for extending the invite!😋

Dairy free dragonfruit soft serve, made from pure fruit. Delish and refreshing! They have a dairy free mango flavour too, which is next on my list to try. From the bazaar pop up outside Tampines station.

The latest contender to the Tendon scene, Tenjin might easily be one of my favourite. The space is cozy, spacious with attentive service, plus you can finish your meal without smelling like a walking tempura😛

There are 3 types of tendon to choose from - Yasai ($12.80, assorted vegetables), Special ($14.80, prawn, egg and assorted vegetables) and my favourite would be the Premium Toku-Jo ($22.80, Anago, fish, crab leg, prawn, egg and assorted vegetables). Choice of spicy/ normal tare(sauce). Every set comes with miso soup and a very refreshing kyabetsu salad (sesame sauce’s served on the side so add as you like!).

Each ingredient was lightly battered, not too greasy; the sauces were well-balanced and not overly generous so it doesn’t overpower the rest of the bowl. And most importantly, the batter remained crispy for a long time even after a bit of a photography session frenzy. I loved how the vegetables remained juicy and moist, very delicate and crisp shiso leaf and the flavourful free range egg. No flowy egg porn but oozy enough!

Thank you @tenjinsg for having us, Agnes for your kind hospitality and #burpple for extending the invite!😋

I’m a hotdog kinda fastfood eater. Enjoyed my coney dog and curly fries! I was absolutely amazed that the ice cream refused to melt...

Order the trio set of braised pork rice (luroufan), oyster mee sua and chicken rice, which is a good way to try the variety of main dishes they have. The side dishes of Taiwanese sausage and braised intestines are good too.

Enjoyed the 1-1 Burpple deal. $9.90 per person for a hearty bowl of noodles, a generous portion of drink as well as a dessert. Will visit again!