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1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Korean Wave
Waiting to fly to Korea via the Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VLTs)? Wait no more and satisfy your cravings for Korean food now with incredible 1-for-1 meals at Gogiyo, Korean Fusion BBQ, 90 Minutes, Vatos Urban Tacos, Hororok & more with #BurppleBeyond. Now available with 1-for-1 takeaway options to accompany your WFH days!
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World Pasta Day: 8 Spots For Amazing Pasta in Singapore
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Indulge in your Guilty Eats with Singapore Writers Festival 2021
Indulge in your Guilty Eats with Singapore Writers Festival 2021
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Halloween 2021: Try These Spooky Themed Dishes & Drinks
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 New on Bites: October 2021
New on Bites: October 2021
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Times are now tough for our local F&B businesses. This was a throwback to September 2021 when we could still dine-in as a group of 4-5 pax. Went on a Saturday and the place was packed! Make sure you call in to reserve/ book-online your table at Dim Sum Haus. Loved their XO Fried Carrot Cake and Lotus Leaf-Wrapped Glutinous Rice (荷叶饭). Congee and Dumplings w/ soup (水饺汤).

Had visited The Hainan Story when they had first opened their doors at The Hillion Mall some time back, but hadn’t managed to drop by their newer outlet, The Hainan Story: Chapter One at Hotel Boss — there has always been a queue whenever I am looking to drop by just for dessert or a meal, so it was quite an opportunity for me try out what they have to offer at this outlet when I was passing by Hotel Boss in the morning.

It’s pretty much known at this point that the Swiss Rolls here are very much a creation but the folks behind The Hainan Story and Chef Pang, who now owns Pang’s Hakka Noodles (now operating two stalls; one at BGAIN Eating House at ARC380, and another at Sprout Hub) and was also formerly the chef-owner of the now-defunct Antoinette previously at Mandarin Gallery, Millennia Walk and Penhas Road. Was particularly drawn to the Premium Old Tree MSW Durian Roll amongst the various other Swiss Rolls that they have to offer — maybe the reference to “old tree” in its namesake being particularly interesting to me given another durian specialty store bearing the same name; though there isn’t any confirmed affiliation between the two at this current juncture. Priced at $6.80 before taxes, the Swiss Roll comes in a rather dainty portion size; could be easily finished by one as a mid-day tea break item alongside Kopi. The Premium Old Tree MSW Durian Roll is undoubtedly soft, light and fluffy; carried an interesting hue of green instead of the yellow that we are more familiar with for durian-flavoured cakes. The Swiss Roll comes with a pungent mousse being slathered in between; aptly sweet, yet distinct with the heavy notes of the king of fruits. Pretty enjoyable, though certainly more on the pricey end.

Having tried several of the items on their menu whilst visiting their outlet at The Hillion Mall previously, I do understand why The Hainan Story is much of a popular option given the food that they serve — pretty accessible fare with a good variety of items that is targeted at the locals with a decent price range in an air-conditioned environment. Whilst some would probably join the queue to try out the Swiss Rolls which are available exclusively at this location, I would probably say that they are decent though I wouldn’t necessarily find myself queueing just for them. That being said, if one is looking for a post-meal dessert whilst dining here, this is pretty much a good option for durian lovers especially to opt for.

Satisfy your midnight hotpot cravings at this restaurant nestled on a secluded hilltop, inside the Great Ballroom of Hotel Re! Choose from their variety of soup bases from authentic Mala, Tomato, Pickled Cabbbage or their signature Buddha-Jumps-Over-The-Wall soup, prepared with the finest selection of herbs and ingredients. Order up a selection of Sliced Pork Belly ($7), Sliced Kurobuta Pork Collar ($12), Chicken Thigh ($5), Rose Tofu ($9), Lucky Dumpling ($8) and more!

Strawberry Cream & Waffle Crisp Frappuccino
Available from
25 to 28 Oct
Mon - Thu

Looked ugly but tasted so yummy 😋

Pork Belly Curry Rice
Pork Chop Chicken Wing Curry Rice

Comes with
sunny side up egg
Pork sauce will be drizzled on rice
packet of curry

Pipping hot at point of delivery

Beach Road Scissor-Cut Curry Rice
Address 🏡 : 229 Jalan Besar, Singapore 🇸🇬 208 905
Open ⏰ : 11am - 3am

Never thought that there will be a cafe hidden within Sim Lim Square, but this cafe is rather promising indeed. The cakes are pretty good and comes in a rather generous slice. The Earl Grey Lavender ($8.50) has a good hint of Earl Grey and lavender tea flavours that makes it really aromatic. The chocolate crunch ($8.50) had mini chocolate balls in it that were satisfying with the chocolate cake!

We had both the Mocha and Hazelnut Latte ($6.50 each) and they were aromatic too! Maybe just abit too sweet.

Perhaps the downside of place I feel is that everyone is SOOOO quiet and I'm quite a loud person... But other than that there's #burpplebeyond!

This is a big hype, and I tried the Iced Dark Latte ($9.50) which is essentially mocha, and I must say it is really pretty thick and fragrant 😂 the coffee notes are strong but not too overpowering nor too acidic. The chocolate used was of good quality, hence making this drink taste really decadent 😂 perhaps its a good treat once in a while!

Many will know this brand of coffee, and they really don't disappoint. The Iced Dark Latte ($9) was very bold in flavour as usual, and has a good chocolate flavour. Great if you like your coffee sweeten! The Iced Latte ($8) was also really good, with a very good coffee fragrance. Slightly bitter, just the way I like it! But yes it's expensive coffee HAHAHAHA so once in a while 🙃