24 Purvis Street
Singapore 188601

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11:30am - 11:30pm

09:30am - 11:30pm

09:30am - 04:00pm

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

A contemporary twist to the local zi char coffee pork ribs. The beef was sous-vibe for 48 hours that it fell apart easily; and served with crispy shoestring fries and refreshing slaw as sides. Glazed with coffee balsamic lacquer, the meat was tender and melted in my mouth with a subtle coffee sweetness to it.

The taste reminded me of the Cantonese salted fish fried rice with an Asian modern spin. Fried using Japanese rice, the shorter grains went very well with the flavours of this dish and left me wanting more.

A healthy bowl of colours that contained yellow and purple sweet crisps and shaved taro. The crisps were thinly sliced and baked till were perfectly crispy; and packed with their natural sweetness.

110g handpicked lump blue swimmer crab meat, smoked crab fat tobiko, snow pea shoots & carrot salad, asian dressing.

Favourite of 4 dishes we’d tried. It was creamy and flavourful, especially with the addition of tobiko to the crabmeat. They are quite generous with the filling and omelette was well cooked. Did not enjoy the snow pea shoots as much (abit raw for me) but still okay.

Decent dish. In general, all 4 of us agreed that food at slate were okay - not horrible, not fantastic. Not going back.

Fried chicken, banana ketchup, yested pancake, pink peppercorn maple syrup, burnt oranges.

Enjoyed the super thin, crispy skin and meat was tender. Pancake was crispy outside but quite plain and stodgy. Didn’t enjoy the banana ketchup, the maple syrup was okay - didn’t really get the peppercorn taste in the syrup and it was quite unpleasant (not tasty) when I bite into a peppercorn lol.

Not worth to spend $25 on.

Egg battered deep fried bread, sweet red bean, coffee butter, tea flavoured condensed milk, coffee tuile, black tea jelly, adzuki cream.

It was very buttery, slightly greasy and filled with too sweet (for me) red bean that also overpowered the tea jelly and rendered the adzuki cream redundant. Didn’t really get the tea flavours because all I tasted were sweet red bean and butter.

Get this if you have a sweet tooth and love buttered fried bread.