9 Hoe Chiang Road
Singapore 089314

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm


11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

quiet place
1 for 1 set consisting of main, soup, drink and dessert
quite worth it, decent food for its price point

but won’t pay full price for it


Urban Corner's beef bolognese with meatballs was my personal favourite out of the the 3 pasta mains offered under the Burpple deal. The bolognese sauce was meaty, sweet and tangy, and the meatballs juicy and savoury.

The Burpple deal ($22 for 2 pax) is of good value, considering the location and the portions given. A similarly generous sized chicken chop or fish and chips at a certain reputable stall at Maxwell FC would costs $10 on its own without an appertizers, drink or pudding dessert. Without the Burpple deal though, I would probably just stick to the mains as $22 is kinda pricey for the food served even though you don't have to queue and get to eat in air conditioned comfort!

As always, special thanks to the folks at #Burpple for the invite and Urban Corner for hosting the #Eatup!


There were quite a few fans around the table for Urban Corner's creamy chicken pasta.

I mean, it's is next to impossible to dislike a huge bed of pasta topped with copious amounts of chicken chunks and mushrooms which are coated in a creamy sauce. I do however prefer my cream-based pastas to be on the heavier side so Urban Corner's rendition is a little mild for me!


Urban Corner also gives you 3 pasta mains to choose from as part of the #Burpple deal.

Their prawn aglio olio was decent but my least favourite of their pasta mains. The portions were generous and I counted at least -gasp- 6 plump prawns in each serving. The pasta though was a little dry and bland, lacking the rich nutty favours of garlic infused oil. I do however like that they gave battered bits with the pasta to give it some additional texture!


Besides the chicken steak, Urban Corner also offers a lightly battered dory as one of the five mains you can choose from under the Burrple set.

I was intrigued to find plaques on the walls of Urban Corner for awards to Cafe Wok Inn. Residents of Toa Payoh will find this name familiar as it was a stall run by Michael, a Chinese uncle who speaks in a British accent, which serves some of the best fish & chips I can remember. From what I could recall, Michael had a falling out with his sous chef and shifted elsewhere. He also entered into several joint ventures to expand his business. I think Master Chippery with several locations around the island is one of these joint ventures. I'm not sure what happened but the staff were quick to avoid my questions when I asked.

Back to Urban Corner's lightly battered dory, I thought it was a generous portion and liked that they sprinkled battered bits over it. A pity though that the batter was soft and soggy because I only had it after it was passed around the table for photo-taking. It would probably be crisp if we had it fresh!


As part of their #Burpple set, Urban Corner gives you a choice of 2 mains and 2 sides.

The crispy boneless chicken steak is one of the 5 mains you can choose from. I used to be a big fan of deep fried chicken. But as I get older, I started to prefer the grilled option as you don't need to worry about the batter getting soft or soggy after some time. Urban Corner's chicken steak is thick, juicy and tender with a nice crispy chicken skin. The sauce though was a tad blend.

They also have a good range of sides such as coleslaw and fries. I do however recommend thst you top up a buck or two for their sweet potato fries!