Deals this Vesak Day
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Deals this Vesak Day
Redemption of most Burpple Beyond deals will be locked from 5pm on the 21st May until 22nd May 2024, but over 50 of our merchants are still offering great deals you can enjoy to celebrate!
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Places for Mother's Day
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Deals This Mother's Day
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Deals This Mother's Day
GREAT NEWS! Most of our partners will continue offering their deals on these dates so you can still celebrate the holiday with your loved ones. Note that operating hours may differ as this is a special occasion, and the restuarants that have chose to exclude their deals. So check ahead before going down!
Special Treat for Mum!
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Special Treat for Mum!
Hey Foodie Friends! Mother's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show Mom some love than with a special dining experience? Whether she's a fan of Italian delights, Asian fusion, or vegetarian cuisine, I've got you covered with some amazing recommendations from Burpple Beyond. Let's dive into the culinary wonders awaiting at these fantastic restaurants. Enjoy these places with #BurppleBeyond deals!
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Deals This Good Friday and Hari Raya Puasa
Redemption of most Burpple Beyond deals will be locked from 5pm on the 28th March until 29th March 2024 and from 5pm on the 9th April until 10th April 2024, but over 50 of our merchants are still offering great deals you can enjoy to celebrate!
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Was so excited to order this and try it when it finally came with the wonderful plating. Unfortunately, the chicken wasn’t fully cooked on the first serve, with the insides slightly pink and cold despite the exterior seemingly warm. While unsure of the reason why this happened, after flagging out and getting a new side of chicken, I guess my appetite was inevitably ruined even with the rectification. That being said, the rice was light and delicate and it was really a Lemak dish defined by coconut. The sambal on the side was rich and sweet as well.

Rate:🌟🌟

My go to spot when I’m craving Mee Siam, though my fond memories of it from a few years ago seem more delicious than it was when I had it recently again. This bus bowl with a generous amount of tau pok and tangy, spicy, gravy was still delightful, but it didn’t have the kick it had like a few years back. The prawns could have fared better fresh, and the flavour isn’t as rich anymore.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟

Yet another final meal before an eatery closes for good. Too many of these in recent times…

It's decent prawns in a mild coconut cream gravy. Think there were about 8 prawns?
Nothing wrong just not spiced enough for me

I think the execution is fine but maybe the bread itself is just not the type that's crispy and fluffy, cos it's on the dense side without too much flavour

My first time trying George’s laksa, and I understand why they’re distinct from the other competitors with the same name. The broth here was much lighter, less milky, and also less spicy, catering to the people who want a nice balance to their laksa. It is also not as thick nor lemak as elsewhere, but their broth with a thinner consistency was still rich. I did think that they could afford to give more noodles and cockles for paying $5!

Rate:🌟🌟🌟

This 200g AUS Wagyu ribeye was simply magnificent. The marbling of the fat felt greater than the indicated score of 4-5, with every bite so melt-in-your mouth tender and juicy. The steak was glistening so much I thought I was in heaven. Impeccable flavour and a perfectly executed medium rare steak, I was honestly so surprised at the quality I was having at Black Pearl. Not pictured is also the white wine mussels that were so delightful! Garlicky broth that paired wonderfully with the table bread that was served. Can’t wait to be back again.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Very good version, fluffy rice and tender lean mutton. Onions were super sweet

The spices are slightly different from the ones we are used to. It's less sweet, got more edge to it but still very aromatic and easy to love

Worth a try if you're here

Bakwan Kepiting (pork & crab meatball) soup is a Peranakan staple soup, so I was pretty surprised to see it on @enjoyeatinghouse menu going for just twelve dollars before tax & service charge. What surprised me even more was just how tremendously tasty Enjoy Eating House’s bakwan kepiting soup was.⠀

The massive meatballs are packed a bit looser than the average meatball, which gives a lighter, easier to chew ball of meat that’s simply but sufficiently seasoned. This time, I could taste & feel the crabmeat added into the mix, and the subtle & lighter flavour offset the richness of the pork excellently. The broth is also sublime, as it is supremely sapid, yet it is light & clean and so easy to drink. I was happily scooping up every last drop, and although the bakwan kepiting soup might not be the water of life, it’s pretty close.⠀

As for the Silky Egg Crispy Hor Fun ($19++), a thick & satisfyingly salty gravy coats the copious amounts of deep fried flat rice noodles, as well as the plentiful portion of pork, prawns and squid. In theory the crispy hor fun should soak up the viscous gravy & soften up slightly while retaining some crunch, but in practice the deep fried flat noodles only soaked up some gravy and gained a texture akin to that of stale crackers. Not soft, not crisp, but an odd cross of sort of crunchy and chewy ⠀

The hor fun not exactly doing what Enjoy Eating House had hoped for isn’t their fault, and the fab flavours alone were enough to carry the dish. One suggestion I do have is that Enjoy could cut the hor fun into shorter strips for easier edibility, and for the extra enjoyment.