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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New on Beyond: October 2019
New on Beyond: October 2019
New 1-for-1 deals! Get waffles and ice cream at Hatter Street, raw manuka honey drinks at Honeymill, zi char at Fragrance Wok Fish Head Steamboat, acai bowls at Oatberry Granola Kitchen and more!
Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
From foolproof nasi lemak in Boon Lay, to a rave-worthy option on Ann Siang Hill and even a grilled lobster option in Tampines — here are the 10 best nasi lemak spots in the country!
1-for-1 Korean Dishes with Burpple Beyond
1-for-1 Korean Dishes with Burpple Beyond
Get your bellies ready. Here are some dishes that’ll make your heart go bim-bim-bap!
 The Battle of the Bubble Teas
The Battle of the Bubble Teas
Which will reign supreme in the realms of cheese foam, brown sugary-ness, fruitiness, flavoured pearls and milkiness? Read on to find out!
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Had a great evening catching up with friend at this cosy steakhouse. The staffs were really friendly and professional at the same time.

We had Robbins Island Full Blood Wagyu Marble Score 7/8 Denver (200g), creamed kale and sautéed mushroom medley as side and a tiramisu for dessert.
Had to say everything were great especially the creamed kale. The steak were flavourful and original at the same time.

Would return soon if I'm craving for steak again! Btw, it was really packed for a Tuesday evening.

Vietnamese friend introduced this cozy place and it has always been my go to restaurant when I passed by for lunch or dinner. Pho, grill pork rice, vermicelli with spring rolls and mixed with their fish sauce, cockles, Vietnamese coffee and salty lemonade are all time favorite! Highly recommended!

$4.80/5.80 - Our $5.80 portions include 5 boiled wantons
$1.70 Cucumber Lemonade
No GST/Service Charge

WAITING TIME: About 5 minutes on a weekday at 6pm

- What differentiates this from the two Eng's shops, is that they provide a jar of fried garlic that we can help ourselves to. LOVE IT.
- Noodles is the same type as the two Eng's
- Charsiew is torched just before serving, hence the slightly charred edges
- Soup is very flavourful
- Chilli is not very hot. Makes the noodles salty after I added two spoonfuls of chilli in.
- Cucumber lemonade is nice
- Air-conditioned

WILL WE RETURN? Yes, to utilise the 3 remaining Burpple Beyond Deals

For a fuss free & comforting meal, look no further than this stall selling Penang Char Kway Teow that attracts quite a small crowd the whole time I was there. It has a bit of wok hei to it!

If you haven’t realised, Jollibean has launched its brown sugar series for quite some time already. For those of us who love brown sugar but are health conscious at the same time, this might just be the hack!

The brown sugar series comes in 3 different flavours:
- Signature Brown Sugar Pearl Soy ($3.20)
- Brown Sugar Pearl Chocolate Soy ($3.90)
- Brown Sugar Pearl Matcha Soy ($3.90)

My favourite out of the 3 would be the chocolate one! Hurry down if you haven’t tried it.

Evolving from its predescessor Cheek by Jowl, pop by this younger, funkier spot for modern Australian fare. Start with their excellent Waffle with Chicken Liver Parfait ($6) and their cold Smoked Tomato Granita ($6) for mouthfuls of umami and briny fresh oyster. Then go for the classic yet kicky Burrata ($22) with tomatoes and fermented green chilli. Next, the Spanish Mackerel ($32) with crispy skin and herb-y zucchini is always a foolproof option. Get the friendly wait staff to recommend wines by the glass to accompany your meal.
Photo by Burppler NUS FAT Club

What is possibly the most instagrammed of all the items on Cheek Bistro’s menu so far, the Waffle with Chicken Liver Parfait also tastes as good as everyone says.
I loved it most when I bit into the parts of the light, crunchy waffle that hid more of the sweet date jam (it‘s under the supremely light and creamy clouds of chicken liver). The pickled mustard seeds is an ingenious touch as it brought a little extra texture and burst of flavour to each bite.

Beautifully crisp of skin, the Barramundi at bistro is ideal for anyone who is partial to fish. It comes in a good size cut that’s thick and tastes really fresh. But what propels the one here to the next level are the braised leeks and umami mussel-based sauce beneath. They give this dish a unique-to-Cheek distinction. The accompanying salad also plays a part as the mixed leaves come tossed in a dressing that’s deliciously nuanced ($36). Furthermore, as if she could have predicted our food order, the Rosé from @weawines recommended by Manuela when we were first seated, paired seamlessly with the fish.