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Curated by our editors, featuring the best places for every occasion.

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Eight best spots for weekend brunches – sip back, relax and munch away!
The best places for sweet treats to end your meal on a (sugar) high note!
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When you ask about fried oyster in Singapore, this stall will always appear on the list.

From $5 you could already grab yourself a decent plate of it, coming with huge sizes of oyster with the fried egg. Definitely worth getting it when you coming here for dinner.

Happy to have tried the Bossam as it was a main dish I’d wishlisted from before. A Spanish pork belly is the star attraction here, and although I think its lean part could be a tad tenderer, the skin and fat layers were positively ambrosial. Served alongside those chunky meat slices were fresh lettuce, an unusually addictive spicy-ish house-made preserved radish with dried squid, pickled shiitake mushrooms and juicy pickled baby turnips. These were for us to mix and match to our liking which proved to be a fun and satisfying activity.

Happy to have tried the Bossam as it was a main dish I’d wishlisted from before. A Spanish pork belly is the star attraction here, and although I think its lean part could be a tad tenderer, the skin and fat layers were positively ambrosial. Served alongside those chunky meat slices were fresh lettuce, an unusually addictive spicy-ish house-made preserved radish with dried squid, pickled shiitake mushrooms and juicy pickled baby turnips. These were for us to mix and match to our liking which proved to be a fun and satisfying activity.

The flagship exclusive Popiah Garden ($14) was a lovely way to end the meal. Presented with three scoops of gelato — Blue Pea Pandan Lemongrass, Sea Salt Horlicks, and Soursop, the handmade popiah skin “lawn” was topped with shaved peanut candy “soil” and coriander “shrubs”. A fun and yummy rendition of the familiar Taiwanese Peanut Candy Ice Cream Roll, all three old-school flavours were rather spot-on for me with my pick being the fragrant yet delicate blue pea pandan lemongrass. The Horlick had a rather strong malty profile while the Soursop was more of a refreshing sorbet with a nice fruity zing.

Thank you Burpple for the invite and Enjoy Eating House for the hospitality! They are on Burpple Beyond as well, shave 30% off your total bill from Mondays to Thursday or get the 4-person set menu.

The flagship exclusive Popiah Garden ($14) was a lovely way to end the meal. Presented with three scoops of gelato — Blue Pea Pandan Lemongrass, Sea Salt Horlicks, and Soursop, the handmade popiah skin “lawn” was topped with shaved peanut candy “soil” and coriander “shrubs”. A fun and yummy rendition of the familiar Taiwanese Peanut Candy Ice Cream Roll, all three old-school flavours were rather spot-on for me with my pick being the fragrant yet delicate blue pea pandan lemongrass. The Horlick had a rather strong malty profile while the Soursop was more of a refreshing sorbet with a nice fruity zing.

Thank you Burpple for the invite and Enjoy Eating House for the hospitality! They are on Burpple Beyond as well, shave 30% off your total bill from Mondays to Thursday or get the 4-person set menu.

A great item to share is the Salt-Baked Whole Barramundi ($40) which comes with a tangy spicy nam-jim Thai seafood dipping sauce. Crusted in salt and baked to perfection, the method cooks the fish evenly and also locks in the moisture - resulting in its moist and tender flesh. Sourced locally, it tasted real fresh too, getting the natural sweetness of the catch to shine.

Thank you Burpple for the invite and Enjoy Eating House for the hospitality! They are on Burpple Beyond as well, shave 30% off your total bill from Mondays to Thursday or get the 4-person set menu.

If you’re looking for some desserts after your mains, or a sweeter start to your morning, try the Waffles & Ice Cream at 6 Letter Coffee. There’s not a whole lot of flavours to pick from, so we got the Belgian Chocolate with this.

There’s also an option to change the waffles to matcha or chocolate waffles (which I wanted to, but completely forgot while ordering!) which cost an additional $2. Thankfully, the regular waffles are pretty good already. This took a while to serve as the waffle griddle was heating up. It’s beautifully plated with two waffles sandwiching a scoop of ice cream of your choice, before being drizzled with chocolate syrup and granola.

The waffles are slightly crisp on the outside, but easy to cut into. We realised that the waffles seemed to be overbrowned on one side, but it didn’t add too much bitterness from the browning, and instead worked well to balance the rich ice cream. The Belgian chocolate flavour was a great choice, as the chocolate was prominent, and there were chocolate chips as well as brownie bits in the scoop. The ice cream doesn’t melt that quickly, so you don’t have to gobble the dessert down, but I recommend pushing it off the waffles so they don’t get soggy.

I think the granola was a nice touch. The additional crunch was so satisfying, but I think the oats could’ve been toasted longer or seasoned more as they still had a strong earthy and powdery taste. Actually, nuts would’ve probably done the same job but I appreciate the effort to add granola on top.