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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Just a PSA, when you add cheese it's literally one slice of processed cheese, so not very worth it at all, and it already comes with an egg normally(so not sure why I didn't get two eggs last time when I added one egg)

We enjoyed this dish from the Tapas menu - it tastes exactly like how you would expect it to taste - that salty and sweet fusion of Bakkwa and cheese was delicious. The Mozzarella Katsu consists of Gourmet Fusion Bakkwa (fusion of pork belly & hind leg), cheesy mozzarella, house made mayonnaise and chives. Definitely very pricey at its original price, but I would get it with the 1 for 1 deal.

Ambience was nice. Service was great. I appreciated the staff spending time explaining each dish to us when he served it - how they were cooked and what ingredients went into it. He also regularly filled up our cups of water, I don’t think I ever saw the bottom of my cup!

Experience was overall very good. Would visit again with the Burpple deal.

This cafe along Smith Street specialises in Japanese sweets and mochi from the classic Warabi Mochi Kinako ($9.90) to Matcha Soft Serve ($4.80). With the Beyond deal, dig your sweet tooth into their Chestnut Mont Blanc ($9.80) with chestnut cream, cassis compote and sponge and the 'kawaii' Kuro Kuma, a chocolate brownie dessert with caramel cream and chocolate mousse made to look like a bear. Other must-trys include the Soft Cheese Cake ($8.80) and Crepe Matcha ($8.80) for the matcha lovers.

Heard about Clap Cafe at Waterloo Street — a new cafe that had opened their doors pretty recently just beside Kurasu, being in its soft launch for family and friends on 15 May 2021; just a day before the measures for COVID-19 Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) were implemented, where dine-in would be disallowed from 16 May 2021 to 13 June 2021 (tentatively). Apart from specialty coffee, Clap Cafe also serves up loose leaf tea, fizzy concoctions and cakes as well — quirky beverage options include Dirty Chocolate and Pumpkin Latte. Found ourselves going for the following:

- Basque Cheesecake;
- Maple Pecan Tart; and
- White

Wasn’t too much a fan of their Basque Cheesecake; lacks that oozy, melty texture that I would really like — their version was one that was somewhat loose and airy, missing out of the rich, velvety and near-jelak sinfulness that one often associated with the cake. In comparison, the Maple Pecan Tart fared much better — the pecan providing a soft crunch that reveals a nutty note that goes so well with the sweet fragrance of maple that is not overly saccharine beneath the top layer; all that against the buttery tart layer that actually holds up to the fork really well. A dessert that would work well with the Black; it’s flavour profile being pretty complimenting to the roasty aroma of well-brewed specialty coffee. The White was well-pulled here — a medium-bodied cuppa with an earthy and roasty note; a cuppa fit for a great mid-day perk-me-up.

Felt that the cafe’s high ceilings make for a great hangout over coffee with an environment that is well-lit and airy once they open for dine-in operations. But in the meanwhile, do give Clap Coffee a try if one is in the area — tough times it is now especially for a new entrant into the F&B scene; would really wish that more people can get to know of their existence for how there can never be one good coffee place too many around.

@iluvahmahsg will be launching a National Day 2021 exclusive, The nostalgia-evoking Kaya Castella Cake priced at $12.80 each available from 1 Aug 2021 onwards.
On top of that, they are also having a National Day 2021 Promotion from 1 to 10 Aug 2021. You can get the Ah Mah Original Castella Cake at $5.60 (U.P.$8.80) with any cake purchase.
Available for self-pickup only, at VivoCity (#B2-K7) and Paya Lebar Square (#B1-46), while stocks last.
Visit for more info.
#iluvahmahsg #burpple #burpplesg #ndp2021 #nationalday2021 #sg56

I think the Phase 2 Heightened Alert affected their business a lot. Still many cream buns and bread after 8pm. They were running a promo for the bread at 2 for $2.80 so I got those.

Thought it was just a normal bread but wow, it is dense and had lots of filling. The meat was also tasty and getting it for only $1.40 was a steal! Good buy and glad I bought it last night.

Iced latte ($5.50) was super yummy, prolly better than the ones usually offered at large coffee chains.. cake ($8) was slightly pricier, also on the tougher side from being refrigerated but still q yummy. There were specialty drinks like their dirty matcha and orange espresso not included in 1for1, which i might go back to try. But service staffs can be friendlier. Also takeaway didnt come w utensils but items were well packed.

Coffee: 4.5/5
Cake: 3.5/5

Meat and chill!! 🥩🥩🥩
Hidden deep in sixth avenue, this rustic and cozy restaurant serves wine and ribs, steaks and other usual western dishes. Since it was a rare reunion of both account owners, we decided to order a slab of grass fed wagyu to commemorate!!! we got it in medium and it was well charred, and the 250g portion was delightful to enjoy especially with the well made black pepper sauce. For $34, this dish was the limelight of our dinner. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻On the side, we ordered calamari rings that were generous in portion, but not so much in the batter. It wasn’t anything special, but they were decent to munch on in between the savoury bites of beef. Lastly, we ordered a pulled pork quesadilla which was decent too! We felt like the cheese could have been given more graciously and the tortilla wrap could have been toasted more for the crispy edges texture😼😼