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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: June 2021
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: June 2021
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Say Hello and Goodbye to These Burpple Beyond Deals (June 2021)
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Buttery vanilla brioche, tea poached pears, guava rosewater coulis, whipped honey ricotta

I usually like my french toast eggy. This was not but I don’t mind. The bread was like some super soft, fluffy Japanese bread - not dry at all and yet not soggy. Enjoyed eating it with liberal amount of whipped honey ricotta, a small cut of the tea poached pears and a little guava rose water coulis.

Seemed rather pricey for french toast but it was surprisingly quite filling. Not wowed but it was above average for cafes’ standard. I actually liked this more than their Butterscotch banana pancake and Candied bacon waffles.

Liked the ambience and vibe of the cafe. Enjoyed their cappuccino - bold, nutty and not acidic. Don’t mind having this again if I’m here.

You can only get the noodles here. That being said, they’re quite alright. The marinated beef shank noodle with mushroom sauce is nice! We tried the pumpkin soup noodles and it was just ok.

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Burnt Ends Sanger ($21.40)
This signature pulled pork sandwich is made with 12h slow cooked pulled pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw and pickled jalapenos.

Firstly, I'm really glad takeaway did not make the bun soggy at all. I definitely wouldn't mind even stronger butter fragrance for the bun. Appreciate the generous amount of pulled pork, and the decent portion size - pretty substantial I'd say. Although slightly dry at certain parts w/o the sauce, there's pretty much a decent balance of flavours with their Chipotle Aioli sauce, pulled pork, cabbage and onion.

This would suffice as a worth to try once burger, but I'd still want to dine-in and try their grilled meat.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

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Chocolate Nut Doorstop
This is literally a crazy rich Chocolate cake worth getting a sorethroat for. Let's start with the top - malted milk chocolate balls (aka maltesers) on top of rich chocolate mousse that's actually slightly lighter to help balance the textures, but it's in no way light in flavour. Followed by an extremely hard layer of nuts that's almost impossible to cut through, but when you finally do, it's pretty worth it. The nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds) are doused with some caramel sauce, and I loved how the flavours come together. Finally, you have the sponge cake layer that's pretty much supporting all the goodness above it. Definitely an indulgent treat I wouldn't mind having once - but don't forget to drink up because this choc cake is not just here to play.

Overall Rating: 8/10

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[PS Cafe]
Chocolate Nut Doorstop
This is literally a crazy rich Chocolate cake worth getting a sorethroat for. Let's start with the top - malted milk chocolate balls (aka maltesers) on top of rich chocolate mousse that's actually slightly lighter to help balance the textures, but it's in no way light in flavour. Followed by an extremely hard layer of nuts that's almost impossible to cut through, but when you finally do, it's pretty worth it. The nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds) are doused with some caramel sauce, and I loved how the flavours come together. Finally, you have the sponge cake layer that's pretty much supporting all the goodness above it. Definitely an indulgent treat I wouldn't mind having once - but don't forget to drink up because this choc cake is not just here to play.

Overall Rating: 8/10

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Visited the place because of raving reviews. Not sure if it’s because of my high expectations, I was met with disappointment. We ordered the wagyu cheese burger, the vegetable tartine (can’t remember the exact name but it’s not the roasted pears one), the cold brew soft serve, earl grey tea cake and an almond crossaint.

The only saving grace was the soft serve but honestly, I have had better and it’s not worth it because you have to add two bucks to have it serve in a cone. Nothing blew my mind here except my wallet. The wagyu beef burger came with curly fries and it reminded me of macs. Shake shack does better beef burgers so get my point yeah?

The tartine was...too healthy for my liking. Well, while the ciabatta was good but too much bread overload for me. I probably picked the wrong dish. Crossaint was huge and dense. Prefer Tiong Bahru bakery’s rendition. Tea cake was light and fluffy, suitable for people who enjoy a good chiffon cake but not for me. It’s a been there, done that kind of place for me. No offence to anyone but place is crowded and well loved by many as seen from the crowd yesterday when we visited at about 5ish.

This pale yellow hued soft serve ($7) is super interesting with the umami, fermented flavor of miso in the backdrop of the sweetness of burnt caramel. Not bad, just different in a good way. In fact, it prevented the soft serve from tasting overly rich and sweet and the caramel flavor didn't get too jelak or overpowering. And I loved the popcorn too. It was crunchy and paired well with the soft serve well.

Reached to find a queue system infront of the cafe - just leave your name, pax no. and number. Took a couple of photos for my friend and we were seated already. Pretty quick 🙂 Noticed that the queue was endless - we were there from 12pm-1:45pm and there was always a crowd.

1. Shishito chili chicken - south asian spice with yogurt dip; mild heat on delightfully marinated chicken drumsticks. Bread has a nice crust with strong garlic flavor.

2. Lemon curd pancakes (brunch dish) - it’s an alright breakfast, nothing special. Blueberries were sweet though!

3. Chorizo and octopus risotto - my FAV dish! It brings you to the sea, then takes you right back to land... 😂 a pity that the octopus legs were overcooked but the rice was overflowing with flavors. Looooved the rich seafood stock. Egg sitting on the dish was perfect too 🙂

We ordered 3 iced coffees. Total bill for 3 pax was $26 each!