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Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions
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Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: May 2021
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: May 2021
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🥢 Centered with a half-boiled Egg, sitting on minced Pork, Seaweed and Green Onions

🧾 SGD$13.80

✍🏻 ★★★★★★★☆☆☆〘7/10〙

💬 Finally paid a visit to Kajiken for their signature Nagoya-style Mazesoba that I had seen everywhere on social media. Mazesoba is Japanese for mixed noodles, kinda like our local "Bak Chor Mee" with the minced pork. The heaps of green onion provided an aesthetically pleasing vibrant green contrast to everything else on the bowl. My job now is to mix everything up, starting by breaking the perfectly half-boiled egg and watching the yolk coat every single strand of noodle. These yellow noodles were cooked al dente resulting in a great chewy texture. The minced meat tucked below were slightly spicy but only mildly seasoned, which was unusual as they are usually the ones packing all the flavour (could be a consistency issue). One thing to note is that the vinegar; quintessential for flavour enhancement, was not served together with my order and is something you have to specifically ask for separately, unlike other mazesoba places. Overall still a good bowl to kickstart your venture into the yummy world of mazesoba!

Ideal for special occasions or just when you want to sort out your dim sum cravings, head over to Majestic Bay to get your dim sum buffet fix! Available Mondays to Fridays at $26++ per person and weekends (as well as PH) at $33++ per person with 3 seatings daily, @majesticbayrestaurantsg All You Can Eat Dim Sum Buffet was truly bang for your buck.

Though there are hits and misses, the spread was overall pretty satisfying, especially at the price point. The unanimous favourites being from the one-time-order default dishes such as the Crispy Pumpkin with Salted Eggs which was executed perfectly in both texture and taste. The batter was not too thick and the sweetness of the vegetable pairing well with the savoury elements - salted egg and floss. The Coffee Sauce Pork Belly Ribs coming in a close second with the dish’s aromatic sweet glaze. The Cantonese Roast Duck was tender and of a sizable portion. And for seafood lovers, the Herbal Poached Sea Prawns was rather lip-smacking with an earthy sweet-tasting broth.

However, get your money’s worth by stuffing yourself silly with their classic dim sum offerings. Ranging from crowd-pleasing Prawn Dumplings to Steamed Xiao Long Bao, Steamed Vegetable Dumplings, Pan-seared Radish Cake, Crispy Beancurd Skin Rolls, to tantalizing Poached Spicy Wantons and their weekend-only Crispy Sesame Balls. Or load up on carbs with options like Wok-fried Beef Hor Fun and Yang Zhou Fried Rice. Note that food wastage is chargeable, so order only what you can stomach!

A Recipe with it’s Origin in the By lanes of Old Delhi During the Partition Era which has Now a Classic ‘Must Have’ Across Indian Restaurant.

💸: $22 (on burpple beyond!)
👅: 😋
💭: a yummy classic. Yes

Not bad! Usually won’t go for cream cheese buns even though I love cheese, because the filling often leans more sweet. This however, has a mix of sour cream on top of cream cheese. Exterior is not super crispy though, as we were hoping for based on the name, but has a decent bite to it. Will be back to try their other breads.

Not bad! Usually won’t go for cream cheese buns even though I love cheese, because the filling often leans more sweet. This however, has a mix of sour cream on top of cream cheese. Exterior is not super crispy though, as we were hoping for based on the name, but has a decent bite to it. Will be back to try their other breads.

Quite possibly the best Italian Food I’ve had in a while. It was my first time in KINEX and of all the nearby restaurants and foodstalls packed into the basement floor, nothing else smelled quite as good or delivered on its obligation to provide quality food as this shop.

My partner and I had the Pescatora with squid ink chitarra and La Barca Funghi E Tartufo for mains. And dayum, did it leave an impression. The pasta sauce was so smooth and well incorporated with the pasta. And the pizza, the sauce to bread ratio was perfect, it was crispy outside while soft and fluffy inside.

While the dessert and appetizer offerings did not leave as strong of an impression as the mains, they were definitely solid contenders. The Arancini Siciliani was certainly a unique dish rarely seen elsewhere in Singapore. And the Tiramisu was a textbook example of a well-made dessert. Defo a place to return to once things go back to normal

A nice cozy shop tucked in a little corner of town, my partner and I got the 3-course lunch set there. They gave an entire small wheel of Truffle Camembert cheese as part of the appetizer for a $30 lunch set, if that ain’t great value I don’t know what is. We also had the Chicken Ballotine and Beef Linguine, which were tasty with an asian twist that I can’t exactly place. But it tastes like really good Zhi Char.

While my partner and I went there expecting kind of a conventional western meal, we were pleasantly surprised at the fusion Singaporean twist the dishes had. Certainly worth considering if you're looking for something a little adventurous, but less-so if you're bent on an authentic western experience. Overall an excellent fusion meal with good value for money!

Stole a bite of my friend’s chicken, and it fared much better than my aglio olio. Came with a generous blanket of cheese on top, a side of fries and some veg.