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Burpple Beyond: Enjoy 1-for-1 Takeaways at Home (22 July to 31 August)
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1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Waffles
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Best French Restaurants In Singapore
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Didn't expect it to be anywhere near as good. The soya milk?(idk if u can call it that because it) was so damn thick. Almost had a milkshake texture except it wasn't cold. U can taste the neaburd and it complements the tea. Must try!

Tastes as good as it looks. Wasn't as crispy as I had expected but the ckn paired well with yuzukosho. Must order as a side if you don't take fish(their fish is srsly impressive)

I'm a huge fan of aburi-EN and am surprised people didn't think of putting grilled meat on rice sooner(seems like they got popular only recently)

So basically Im really biased but even though this is overcooked, it was still tender and absolutely delicious. They use proper wagyu and u can really taste the quality, even tho this wasn't melt in your mouth. Portion of meat was not bad too. The accompaniment is only slightly seasoned though

Can't rmb the exact breakdown of the dish, it was 17.4++ in the end

Gotta say sun-dried cherry tomatoes were an interesting ingredient, it really was very intense and very dried. But too intense to be taken directly, probably best to be cooked in soup or sth.

The aglio tasted nothing like aglio honestly. There's barely any garlic, it's more a sour and slighty sweet sauce. Incredibly salty too. The staff said their aglio is on the saltier side of things. No this isn't saltier side of things, it was so salty it's almost bitter.

Overall very overrated place, the vibes were casual yet we paid 30 a pax at the end for 1 appetiser and 2 mains, with minimal customisation. Not only that, the food wasn't even that good. Could barely taste the flavours in the gimmicky pasta themselves, and it's unbelievable that a pasta place undercooked their pasta. Please just go to a proper pasta place, I have no idea why they're so hyped.

The meat sauce was satisfying tho nothing out of the ordinary. What stunned was how the pasta was undercooked. Tot it's a pasta place and highly rated

For those who are thinking of upsizing tho, 100g default amount of pasta is good for 1 already. Probably don't upsize unless you're a big eater

Meatball had a good texture, tomato sauce was full bodied and has the right amount of tang. Needs a lot more bread though, and very expensive for such a place

This stall is not bad at all, the bitterguord wasn't bitter, food wasn't too oily, and the meatloaf had a very good texture, not the mushy stuff w too much filler

No idea why this costs 5dollars in the end

Everything else was good as last time, except now that I'm dining in, I realise their mee hoon kuay texture isn't good, it wasn't simply because I takeaway last time. They use some sheets taken from the fridge, it lacks bite. Maybe try banmian or sth?