1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Tampines
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1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Tampines
Your guide to all things delicious in Tampines! Peek at these 1-for-1 dining deals at EVENTASTY Noodle Bar, Merely Ice Cream, Yocha Tea & Desserts, Yeh Lai Siang Catering & more with #BurppleBeyond
 New on Beyond: January 2021
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New on Beyond: January 2021
Gear up for 2021 with these 1-for-1 deals: Main Dish at Kazoku Japanese Cuisine, Beverage at LeJomo, Dessert/Pastry at Le Froz Bakery & more!
Best Hot Pot & Steamboat in Singapore
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Best Hot Pot & Steamboat in Singapore
Huddle round, Burpplers! Here are 10 hot pot places to keep you warm on a cold, cold night – there's classy herbal mala steamboat in Clarke Quay, thick Japanese collagen brew in Orchard Road, delish halal hot pots in Paya Lebar and more.
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Cold, Creamy Treats
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1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Cold, Creamy Treats
Here’s your inside scoop on all things creamy, icy and sweet! Seek respite from the mid-Jan heatwave with 1-for-1 gelatos from Venchi, milkshakes from Gelatissimo, ice cream bar from The Dark Gallery & more with #BurppleBeyond!
Best Fish Soup in Singapore
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Best Fish Soup in Singapore
This go-to hawker dish always hits the spot when we're looking for a comforting lunchtime staple, especially now that it's raining every day. Here's a guide to 8 fantastic spots for thick slices of fresh fish in clear broth and fried fish chunks in milky soup.
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Had dinner here on a weekday. Managed to get a table inside even though we walked in. Advised to make reservations in future. We had the fried snapper, pork collar and mushrooms. It was so filling and all 3 dishes were full of flavour. The best part was Burpple’s 50% off. Will be back to try their brunch items for sure.

For those who would fancy strong tangy flavours for their weekend brunch, Cheek Bistro had this Shakshuka that was quite worth the try. Atop the tomato puree and chick peas were two runny eggs and a dollop of yoghurt.

Given there were only two slices of sourdough that came with this dish, I ended up having to make sure that I coated the bread thickly before sending it into my mouth. Interestingly, the dish might seem small but it was actually quite filling, thanks to the chickpeas buried inside.

Adding chunks of chorizo into the diet was optional, but it was actually a good-to-have, just to have traces of meat in this meal.

Yuan Yuan always has a long queue during weekend dinners so do come early (and I overheard that you can call them to order before you reach)

But the long queues and waits are justified!! Very satisfying claypot rice with the pronounced wokhei smell and taste, and I especially love the bites of salted fish surprises hidden among the sea bed of claypot rice :”) Sadly, they are not very generous with the chicken but the chicken is sweet (in a good way) and succulent!

Very comforting to order their boiled soup too (i always get their lotus root soup love it!!)

was my first time eating at collin’s and i was blooown away by how good the food was!! we used the 20% discount off the total bill which required a min. spend of $80, so i’d say it’s worth if you go in at least a group of 4. we got the ricotta ravioli (literal heaven on earth), the cheesy pork burger, sweet potato fries (that were crispy as heck so good!!), and a mixed combo (10/10 recommend). was more than enough to feed us all :) their meats are super tender, even the salad was real yummy :””) the (non-alcoholic) drinks are also surprisingly affordable!

went on a rainy weekday night and really loved the vibes around serangoon gardens!! there weren’t too many people around and we felt the natural cool of the night hehe. the food itself was p good, not bad at all! paid about $11+ after using the $20 for 2 mains. there’s also a HUGE selection of mains available to choose from so it’s really worth! would definitely come back again :)

Right now they are running a promotion of buy 1 get 1 venti sized coffee ☕.

Coffee is great, slightly sweet, so adjust accordingly from your barista

The interior decor is really unique with bright colours and vintage chairs of different designs. While waiting, I had an iced barley that was fragrant from a bit of lemongrass. The potatoes in the chicken curry were creamy and soft, we wished there was more curry served! But it was delicious nonetheless. I loved the chicken satay most, it was tender and full of flavour!

Received this unexpected treat from Head Chef Patrick Leano when I popped by recently to takeaway a couple of Burnt Ends’ Pulled Pork Sangers for a friend to try.
I had already eaten lunch but still enjoyed the hell out of this baby. In the crisp, buttery pastry shell sat the restaurant’s iconic smoked quail’s egg, perched on a bed of light custard and shored up by a truckload of caviar. You know I had to take a moment to give it my full attention. Reliving it now only makes me more eager for dinner tomorrow night with my Teochew Gang. Can’t wait!

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