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Tried the pork potato stew and the combo platter of dumplings. The stew really touched my soul and it would be great to have it on a rainy day. The dumplings were all good but I really liked the beef dumpling. I would recommend it to my friends when we visit Lau Pa Sat again.

This place was bomb. The prawn broth was full of flavour and their ngoh hiang was so damn good. I got the dry noodle with shabu shabu sliced pork prawn noodle and the broth was so good. The noodles were al dente and the sauce is bomb as well. Would go again with more company.

We recently gladly welcome an additional “pair of chopsticks” at family meals for a lack better way to put it - go figure. And I thought it should be a good way to share a meal here at Offshore, where we could all get our stomachs filled with the seafood bucket on burpplebeyond.
You get to choose how the sauces you want your seafood to be done in. We got the cream seaweed and korean gochujang sauces, the former was quite a tastily ingenious option while the latter was lacklustre. I was right about the filled stomachs when we finished most of the 1 for 1 seafood buckets and enjoyed the free flow cooked food that came complimentary with the meal.
Mum said the seafood here was fresh and I thought this was a great place for the hungry and big eaters with “free flow”; while getting a crustacean meal that balanced between affordability and quality.

On an off day I can find myself here at Bishan on a Tuesday afternoon which felt nice. Better yet they serve a good cuppa black coffee at Covet along with BakeHaus croissants that I’ve been meaning to try but haven’t had the chance to head down to Owen road for. My almond croissant was reliable and tend towards a bread like sort of croissant instead of the flaky butter variant, if I’m make sense.
The place also has a great ambience to get some work done.

before, i wasn’t a big fan of rice dumplings, but after trying joo chiat kim choo’s, i am. got 5 flavours to try over the weekend and they really made my weekend! my and my family’s favourite was the nonya rice dumpling. the minced meat marinated and cooked to sweet perfection really made the dumpling. as for the pulut hitam nonya rice dumpling, the black glutinous rice added a delightful extra bite to the dumpling! i was also pleasantly surprised by the variety of ingredients in the emperor’s rice dumpling, as well as the hakka pork belly with preserved vegetables. even the hokkien rice dumpling was filled with meat aside from the eponymous salted egg yolk. i always thought rice dumplings were a seasonal or occasional food, but i find myself still thinking about the nonya rice dumpling—can’t wait to eat it again!

The dory fillet was fried till crisp and delicious, I didn’t even need any sauces to accompany it. The sambal was good too though - it had a good level of spice for a nice kick but not overwhelmingly too hot for the average Singaporean tastebuds. I liked that it was thoughtfully packed separately from the rest of the meal. Rice was fragrant too.

I think everything in the box came together well, and it was overall a pleasant meal. The shop is a takeaway stand at the basement of AMK Hub, so there’re no seats for dine in. With the Burpple Beyond meal, it’s really a steal. I’ll definitely be back to use up all my 1-for-1 deals here!

creamy scrambled eggs with herbs & marinated feta, alongside turkey bacon & served with croissant! I’ll rate this a 7/10! Nothing very special about this and i think there are better food options (e.g. buttermilk waffles!!!!!! this is amazing)

Visited The Populus on saturday at ~1045am. The place was really crowded despite it being a rainy morning (do remember to make a reservation!$ Service was quite fast and efficient and the staff were really friendly :-)

The food were all slightly pricey but apart from this, it was an amazing brunch experience.

Eggs Benedict and steaks & egg.
Portions are smaller and price more expensive since the menu revamp.
However, food is still pretty decent. And their coffee is great.
💸: $39.70 (for food)