New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: July 2021
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: July 2021
Dine-in is still not allowed until mid-August, but that's not going to stop these hot new tables from offering incredible takeaways and delivery, including the first Singapore outpost of the famous San Francisco bakery, Mr Holmes Bakehouse!
Best Hotpot Takeaways in Singapore
Best Hotpot Takeaways in Singapore
Nothing like a hot pot filled to the brim with tasty broth, premium meats and condiments to soothe your nerves during this difficult period.
Burpple Beyond: Enjoy 1-for-1 Takeaways at Home (22 July to 31 August)
Burpple Beyond: Enjoy 1-for-1 Takeaways at Home (22 July to 31 August)
In response to the new dine-in restrictions, you can now pick up 1-for-1 chirashi dons, all-day breakfasts, burgers, pasta and noodles from 300+ participating restaurants to enjoy in the comfort of home from now to 31 August!
1-for-1 Takeaway Deals: Burgers
1-for-1 Takeaway Deals: Burgers
Treat yourself to a satisfying, hearty burger in the comfort of home! Check out these 1-for-1 Takeaway deals available at Erwin’s Gastrobar, The Wired Monkey, Crossroads Cafe (Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel), Yummo Chow & more with #BurppleBeyond
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Waffles
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Waffles
As they say, waffles are just pancakes with abs so get your fix at these spots! Whether its for brunch or dessert, you'll never go wrong with 1-for-1 waffle deals at Communal Coffee, Sweet Cheeks Gelato, 100labs, Play Gelato & more with #BurppleBeyond.
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I am a sucker for nostalgia, and so I have always wanted to try the newspaper Hainanese curry rice at The Hainan Story. Not only they are creative by serving the curry rice on a piece of “newspaper”, I have also noticed that the curry rice here has been highly raved.

The first time I had it delivered, I wasn’t too impressed as the rice came across mushy and sticky although I must say I really enjoyed the tender chicken drumstick. However, dining in this time made the experience entirely different. What stayed the same was the huge portion, the heavenly four vegetables and the long bean fried omelette which we didn’t know that we could actually choose. But what was different was that the set was also served with a prawn cracker, sambal tempeh and the sambal belacan that left me burning. And although the slab of braised pork belly was pretty fat, I enjoyed the melt-in-mouth tenderness while being drenched with a gravy filled with spices. This was, in fact, not conflicting to the hainanese curry which was heavily aromatic in the curry rempah. I appreciate the gesture of serving the curry separately so that the rice wouldn’t be damp and we could taste both the curry and the braised pork separately before mixing them all together.

We had the modern popiahs under the 1-for-1 deal. Got the sesame chicken and Thai spicy chicken popiahs, as well as the tomato basil soup. These popiahs are an interesting twist- I really like the sauce and crisps found inside the roll. Also to commend its fresh popiah skin, different from the frozen store-bought ones. A good option for cheaper lunch in CBD area, with a rich genmaicha tea to go with. This was $9.80 in total.

Healthier version of nasi lemak but not compromising on the taste. Replacing the rice with quinoa, peanuts with almonds, fried egg with onsen egg etc. The quinoa has a nice coconut taste to it, and the chicken is tender yet flavorful with spices. Almonds are super crunchy. Each element in this dish complements each other very well. Chilli is slightly spicy for me but gives a very nice spicy kick to it. I like breaking the yolk into the quinoa and mixing it all in. Portion wise is just nice!

$8.60 for two bowls with Burpple Beyond’s 1 for 1. Get 30% off membership using this link:

Fresh and generous, although I am ambivalent about their seasoned watermelon bits haha. Their yuzu lemon tea is also very concentrated and not sweet. Great lunchtime find

Thought this was a little bit of an odd combination, but it was the first thing on the menu so I gave it a try. It was indeed an odd combination 🧐 and there really weren’t much other ingredients in the bowl other than the medium sized slab of salmon, contrary to other reviews which stated they were generous with their ingredients (maybe due to my 30% off? Who knows!).

Taste wise it was very average, definitely edible even though the ingredients don’t quite go - fresh lettuce, mushrooms, salmon, soba.... The salmon skin was really tough, also had a little bit of scales that I had to spit out while eating.

I think $10 is waaay overpriced for this tiny bowl! I used the Burpple Beyond 30% off deal, making it $7 but it’s still overpriced in my opinion. I may come back (only with the Beyond deal) to give the other items a try and give this place another chance - perhaps I just picked the wrong dish this time round.

Purple Sweet Potato Maru
The filling was kind of too sweet

Purple Sweet Potato Soyfreeze
More on the sweet side.