[CLOSED] The Laneway Market

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  • Minimal indoor seating that faces the kitchen, nice alfresco space with potted plants
  • Chilling with friends over Italian-inspired classics
  • Dashi Risotto, Tom Kha Capellini, Brown Sugar Cheesecake

3 King George's Avenue
Singapore 208582

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The chicken breast ($17++) comes with buttered corn, mushrooms, potato skins milk mash. The chicken breast is moist and tender but a tad too salty.

💵: $21

📈: 9.5/10

🤔: 24 hours since I had this and I'm still thinking about it because it was THAT good. -0.5 because it was a tad bit pricey for the small portion, but definitely made affordable with beyond. Fried enoki mushrooms not only added a nice crunch but also great flavour.

💵: $19

📈: 7/10

🤔: Would be better if the dish was served hotter, but it might also be because of the capellini's inability to retain heat. The shrimp paste was bouncy and shrimp floss added to the light tom yum flavour, pretty good dish overall!

Located at 3 King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208582. .
Signature Dash Risotto, $21. Pretty impressed on the signature dash risotto topped with crispy tempura enoki & soft poached egg! So tasty and we enjoyed the crunch on the crispy enoki with a spoonful of risotto, they goes so well together! .
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Burpple only offers one for one for Italian food. Tried their signature risotto that is well cooked to perfection with fried enoki mushrooms, topped with an egg. Pleasing to the eye and delicious to the tongue!

Cafe located beside the lobby of a hotel. Minimal indoor seating that faces the kitchen but there’s a fair number of Alfresco seating. There wasn’t much people for a Sunday late afternoon. Tables at the alfresco seating seems to be made out of coarse wood shavings and accompanied with rattan armchairs and wooden benches. Nicely topped with a pot of green leaves and white woven serviette dispenser. The fans above do generate a good amount of wind despite their size.

Ordered their Signature Dashi Risotto with a hovering thought of ordering their truffle fries. Service was extremely slow considering that there weren’t many customers waiting.

After the wait, the dish arrived plated beautifully with a balance of colors. Risotto was cooked well and they were generous with the portion of enoki tempura. The crunch from the tempura enoki in each spoonful of risotto was well paired! There were also some brown mushrooms embedded within the risotto bed. Wished they had given more of those. Overall, am glad that the dish tasted really hearty and flavorful!

They can definitely do better with the pricing/ portioning of the entire dish though. We ended up ordering a post lunch snack of spam fries (changed our mind from the initial idea of truffle fries). Checked on the waiting time before ordering and was assured that we wouldn’t need to wait too long but it still became a rather lengthy wait. Spam fries served were of a generous portion and came with a spice-packed aioli of sorts. Felt that there wasn’t much special about the dish though and wished we had ordered the truffle fries to try. Maybe next time!

Made our way indoors for the payment and noted that there was only one chef in the kitchen. This perhaps explains the waiting time. Not sure if it’s like this on a daily basis but I definitely hope not! Would hesitate to come back again because of the price and the wait.

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