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Cheap & Good for Groups in Singapore
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Cheap & Good for Groups in Singapore
Your impossible schedules finally match up for that long overdue group gathering. Count on this nifty guide for cheap and good munches for the whole gang, from skewers in Geylang to prawn noodles in Somerset!
New on Beyond: November 2019
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New on Beyond: November 2019
New 1-for-1 deals! Get fried chicken rice bowls at Paddyfolks, Labanese fare at Tabbouleh, breakfast platters at Crossroads Cafe and more!
Best Korean in Singapore
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Best Korean in Singapore
From Jjajangmyeon to Budae Jjigae (Halal option included!) to Korean fried chicken and Gamjatang— here are the best of Singapore's thriving Korean food scene. Be prepared to feast!
1-for-1 Steak with Burpple Beyond
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1-for-1 Steak with Burpple Beyond
Only prime cuts for you, Burpplers.
Best Cafes in Singapore 2019
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Best Cafes in Singapore 2019
From a contemporary joint for yummy egg dishes to a chic little nook for dog-watching and a stunner doling out delicious kueh salat, these spots check all the right boxes.
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Peach oolong was light and refreshing. However the peach was really subtle. 5.0/10

Purchased from Lee Kwang Kee chicken rice stall. Chicken was tender and soft. Best part about this stall is that it provides ginger to go with your chicken whichI am a sucker for. 7.0/10

Though they were having some promotion of buy 3 get 1 free, I still find it pricey given the portion.
It was alright for the price but I prefer Tai Cheong Bakery’s egg tart as I fancy butter crust instead of flaky. 6.0/10

On 19th November 2019 at around 1245pm, my colleague and I visited Starbucks at The Central. My colleague needed to get 12 gift cards, to which a young malay guy in glasses was kindly assisting her. He took out a bunch card with different designs to choose from.

All of a sudden, a Malay lady wearing a hijab (Tried to look for her name but can't seems to locate her name tag at all) came over and said we have to contact the management in order to purchase 12 gift cards because the outlet is only allowed to sell 10 cards (i assume its per customer because if its per outlet, it is just ridiculous. If only can sell 10 then what for have 50 over cards stored at your store???).

I was ordering my drink at the next counter. Upon hearing such ridiculous statement, i stepped in to offered to buy 6 gift cards and asked my colleague can proceed to buy the other 6. The Malay lady took a few sec to react and finally came up with a lame excuse that the register will recognize it (DUH OFCOURSE I KNOW THAT. So i guess she is trying to say the outlet can only sell 10 cards. ). Should have challenged her and ask if a new customer come in and buy a gift card 2 hours later, is she going to tell her the outlet has reached the limit LOL.

The poor malay guy who was assisting us initially seems shocked and stuck in the middle too. We didnt pursue further as we couldnt confirm if management really imposed such stupid policy and didnt want to fault the innocent employees.

However, we managed to get all 12 cards at another outlet. Either Starbucks have no service consistency or the Malay lady at The Central's Starbucks is a lazy ass b**** with low EQ.

Came on a Salmon Madness Monday. Sashimi was fresh but do note they are thinner and almost half size of regular Sashimi from Japanese restaurants. But the salmon was fresh and fatty so we still enjoyed it. We had the Mentaiko Seafood Pasta and Salmon Aburi Udon. I’d say skip the Mentaiko Seafood Pasta, as it was more carbonara. Barely a hint of Mentaiko except for the pink colour which was quite disappointing. Salmon Aburi Udon was better but would appreciate more Mentaiko sauce. I’d say skip the mains, just come for the Sashimi. There were quite a few tables who bought sashimi and garlic fried rice instead, something I’d definitely do the next time I’m here. Service is prompt but a little curt (not rude, just not very friendly).

Tried their double scoop ice cream and would highly recommend the lavender white chocolate flavour!

Nice robust cup of coffee and in love with the chill vibes of the place.

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Classy ambiance. I tried the Denver steak (medium rare) and was pleasantly surprised at the juicy and tender meat and its charred edges. Had some mushrooms and kale as sides and both were delightful and not too overly seasoned. The cheesecake was soft and fluffy and had the consistency of a chocolate lava cake. Overall, it was a delectable experience.