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Places for Father's Day
Father's Day is a time to celebrate the first man who cuddled us in their arms, the one who witnessed our first steps and cheered us on every milestone. This special day is a tribute to their unwavering love and guidance. Show your appreciation with a delightful meal, creating even more cherished memories together. We’ve got you covered with some fantastic food and restaurant deals offered on Burpple Beyond to treat your super dads on this special occasion
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Deals This Hari Raya
Redemption of most Burpple Beyond deals will be locked from 5pm on the 16th June until 17th June 2024, but over 40 of our merchants are still offering great deals you can enjoy to celebrate!
Lean & Green
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Lean & Green
Hey there, fellow foodies! Staying healthy and energetic helps you enjoy more time with your loved ones. If you're a vegetarian or craving a guilt-free delight, you're in for a tasty surprise! Burpple Beyond has offered some of the best 1-for-1 deals and percentage discounts that you can redeem. It's a win-win: your wallet is happy and you're eating healthy!
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Deals this Vesak Day
Redemption of most Burpple Beyond deals will be locked from 5pm on the 21st May until 22nd May 2024, but over 50 of our merchants are still offering great deals you can enjoy to celebrate!
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Meeting up with friends for a Monday dinner around the Raffles Place area, we decided to give Kin Tub Thai Mookata a try. First and foremost, the view from our table was spectacular. I made a reservation via WhatsApp, requesting outdoor seating, which they kindly accommodated. We were seated right at the river's edge, offering us a great view of the Singapore River and Marina Bay Sands.

We ordered the Premium Beef and Pork set, which, after GST and service charge, came to a little over $150. The portions were generous and sufficient for three people, with three varieties of beef and pork cuts, all marinated and seasoned very well. The set also included a basket of vegetables, glass noodles, and an egg.

The staff were extremely friendly, professional, and attentive, always ensuring our soup was refilled before it dried up. While their prices are on the higher side, the quality of the meats, the excellent service, and the impeccable scenic sunset view during the evening make it worth the expense. I highly recommend Kin Tub Mookata for a great evening with friends and family over dinner, enjoying both the food and the view.

I’m back to continue my tasting of places that has been featured on Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand, and this time to this stall at Adam Road Food Centre.

I ordered the small portion in order not to get too full for the night, which comes with one piece of pork rib and slices of prawn with veggie.

The dry version will separate the soup on one side bowl, I would say the taste is robust, but the sliced prawn wasn’t too justify to really enjoy it.

They have been sliced very thin that I hardly feel like I’m eating a prawn here. Which is a bit disappointed for me. The pork rib thankfully is tender enough.

Wok-tossed Laksa ($12) and Dry Mee Siam ($12)
Both noodles are fried with seafood and taupok/taukwa and they taste pretty similar. They are not bad, but didn’t leave much of an impression~

Bakwan Kepiting ($6 per portion)
Meatballs of pork, crab and bamboo shoots are served in a chicken broth that is packed with flavour - love this!

Ayam Goreng ($11/22)
The deep fried marinated boneless chicken is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.

Nyonya Ngoh Hiang ($16)
The deep fried pork and prawn rolls are fragrant and delicious.

Sotong Masak Hitam ($14/28)
The tender squid is cooked in an intense squid ink rempah - wasn’t expecting the wokhei but love it!

Premium Chap Chye ($12/24)
This is classic comfort food comprising cabbage braised with dried mushrooms, prawns, pork belly, gingko nuts, black fungus and glass noodles.

Ayam Buah Keluak ($15/30)
This is my all time favourite Peranakan dish.
The boneless chicken thigh is braised in a rich sauce and it goes so well with the nutty flesh of the buah keluak seeds.

Babi Pongtay ($15/30)
The slow-cooked pork belly in fermented bean sauce is soft and flavourful.