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Burpple Beyond: 1-for-1 Takeaways Now Available
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Burpple Beyond: 1-for-1 Takeaways Now Available
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1-for-1 Takeaways: Japanese Favourites
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1-for-1 Takeaways: Japanese Favourites
Put your mask on and pick up comforting Japanese fare for the whole family to enjoy at home. Think fresh kaisendons, beef katsu dons, grilled skewers and more!
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1-for-1 Takeaway: Brunch
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Some handmade fishballs made with 100% yellowtail meat? Served with handmade fish cakes, fried fish skin and fried bean curd, this bowl of premium fishball noodles will definitely make your day.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/hawker-takeaway-delivery/

Throwback to this matcha tiramisu I had. To be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of matcha but I thought this sounded interesting. It was more of a matcha cream cake, with alternating layers of sponge cake and green tea-flavoured cream. The matcha taste was very faint.
The part that left the strongest impression was the thick layer of cocoa powder on top. Everyone kept eyeing me suspiciously because I choked and coughed repeatedly. There was so much dry powder it felt like I was doing the cinnamon challenge. My favourite part was probably the matcha chocolate on top, which had a nice sweetness and creaminess.

Price: $8.50

#halfeatenblog #matchaya #tiramisu #cake #burpple

Of the tea-sorry, three, musketeers, the impressive sounding brown sugar boba matcha latte was the one that least impressed from @boberteasg. As @visualindulgence succinctly put it: it’s watered down. And he just came back from Taiwan, the land of 800 episode soap dramas and bubble tea, so he knows what he’s talking about...I think.⠀

It’s true. Sad, but true. The matcha latte was diluted, and tasted a lot more like milk with a bit of matcha flavouring. The trademark bitterness of matcha was missing, and that’s when I knew it wasn’t quite all it was made out to be. And considering that the cost is close to six bucks a cup, it just isn’t good enough at the moment.⠀

Still, the pearls (or boba, if you’re a young kid who knows nothing of the reign of Sweettalk) were the saving grace. Bouncy, charmingly chewy and appealingly sweet, these balls were a blast.

Rightfully a twist inspired from the Working Title burger bar, from the looks and quality of extremely crispy fries (fried in some special flour batter!). It’d have been a perfect twist, with sweet beetroot to enhance the colour and flavours, if not for the slightly overcooked beef patty. Compared to the patties from the Working Title, Co-Op’s patty was slightly thinner. A thinner patty is fine by me, but definitely not one that’s overcooked and as a result, dry within ☹️ Hopefully it’s a once-off incident. I’d return again to validate!

So not to worry about missing those Signature Mille Crepes as you can now get them easily without even going out of home.
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📍 Lady M Singapore
181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, Unit 01-27, Singapore 238896

The thickkk bacon speaks of the savoury goodness sandwiches between two lightly toasted (fluffy inside) brioche buns, glazed with garlic aioli and topped with some caramelised onions. Burger patty was served medium by default - executed perfectly with beefilicious juice within. The thick slices of beef bacon added a layer of smokiness to the burger - a nice twist fries the typical cheese/beef burgers. Kinda like BBQ-burger (?) The flavour of Monterey Jack was mild, perhaps masked by the smokiness of the bacon. I wish it was stronger!

Spicy Mentaiko Don ($22.25)
*price includes svc charge & GST
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Steamed rice, chopped spicy tuna, mentaiko salmon, house-made pickles, wasabi, furikake, tare sweet sauce (think sweet teriyaki sauce)
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I wouldn’t eat anything raw prior to falling in love with @genkisushisg’s sashimi and @poketheory’s salmon poké around last year, so I thought I’m a raw 🐟 fan now but I guess it wasn’t the case.
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When I took my first bite of the tuna, I knew I made the wrong choice choosing this as my virgin Tanuki experience rather than their truffle beef gyu which I initially wanted because it was unpleasantly fishy and the texture is very fibrous 🤮 I took no more than 2 pieces of it.
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The salmon hmm I was really disappointed because it tasted not that fresh to me (I’m no fish expert but that was what I thought) and I can barely taste the mentaiko. I like my salmon to have abit of that fatty taste but this doesn’t have it.
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The only saving grace of this dish was the sweet tare sauce which they poured abit on the rice and gave it as a dipping sauce, that helped me unwillingly finish the salmon section of the bowl because I couldn’t bear to leave so much food left when I paid $20++
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Verdict: I just ordered the wrong dish... Will never order this again but would give their Jewel truffle gyu and other dishes a chance to prove why people love Tanuki the next time I go

Very very indulgent burger with triple of cheese mixes - mozzarella, cheddar and provolone. The patty was served medium- slightly charred and very juicy within. Brioche was lightly toasted and glazed with sour ranch sauce, dabbed with pickled red onion 🧅 (a v.much more palatable way for onions on the tongue!) The burg was truly an indulgent treat, and definitely paired more sinfully with very very very crispy thick-cut fries. I’m not a fries-lover but I couldn’t help but munch on the crispy-outside-fluffy-inside potatoes 🥔