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1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Middle Eastern
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Know this restaurant from burpple. Two rib eyes inclusive GST is S$30 which is quite worth. Food is no bad. Worth to try out~

6 dishes for 6 people for the price of $12 each! The fladens were my favourites ( especially the black forest ham!). Nice and spacious location for groups.

So happy to be back at this stall after such a long time.

This stall does the best red bean dough fritters and pandan “ butterfly” fritters .

Everything is handmade from scratch daily on site .

My favourite stall of all time .

Cant get more old school than this

Tian Tian was established since 1951 along smith street and is one of the oldest surviving stalls in the Chinatown complex market . Helmed by the second generation owners whom are in their 80s - this stall ( And Tian Tian porridge next door ) is a spot where you will see many regulars coming back for ( most have been eating here as children ).

There’s nothing to shout about these lean pieces of thin red and sweet char Siew ( which I unfortunately have a unique liking for ) nor its seemingly simple sauce.

But when you mix everything - the homemade chilli , secret sauce , QQ noodles and juicy mini wantons just creates such a harmonious taste .

It’s really how wanton mee used to taste in the good old days .

So affordably priced at 3.00

One of my favourite chendols .

Flavourful gula meleka , creamy red beans , Homemade pandan jelly .


Juicy Pork Katsu (add some tonkatsu sauce) with runny egg topped with shredded cabbage (best with the wafu sauce). Comes with tonjiru soup, pickled veg, and watermelon slices.

A hidden gem in Goldhill Plaza, this restaurant boasts affordable prices and delicious donburis! Chow down on their Chicken Teriyaki Don ($7.90), Unagi Don ($10.90), Chicken Katsu Curry Don ($9.90) and everyone's all-time favourite - Aburi Mentai Salmon Don ($11.90).Think fresh salmon sashimi slices and fluffy Japanese rice, topped with a generous amount of mentaiko sauce torched to perfection. Yum, it's even got us salivating!
Photo by Burppler Su Wong

Just a few steps away from Somserset Skate Park, you'll find this bustling spot tucked away in 111 Somerset brimming with skaters and cafe-goers alike! Burppler Xing Wei Chua especially enjoyed the Flat White ($5), which was "actually surprisingly well-pulled — smooth, creamy with a medium body and a roasty and earthy flavour profile". Other note-worthy drinks include their Specialty Cold Brew White ($8) and Baby Cino ($3.50). Apart from good coffee and wide varities of craft beers, you'll also find this hangout space retailing skateboards and related knick knacks.