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Good Eats, Good Deeds: 15 Places to Dine for a Cause
Burpple Guides Good Eats, Good Deeds: 15 Places to Dine for a Cause This week, we shine the spotlight on F&B entrepreneurs who are determined not only to serve tasty food, but also ignite the spark for social change. From a coffee bar that trains disadvantaged women and youths in life skills to a hawker training school for the disabled and a cafe that donates groceries to the needy, this guide is chock full of establishments that play an immensely inspirational role in making Singapore a better place. For us foodies, what better way to earn extra karma points while keeping our tummies satisfied than to dine for a good cause? So go on, eat well, pay it forward and do your part!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: August 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: August 2016 Whether it's catching up with your university mates over grain bowls in Millenia Walk, having an upscale dim sum brunch with the family at National Museum or travelling to Yio Chu Kang for excellent coffee, get the lowdown on these newly opened spots in Singapore! We've visited every single one of them and can promise that they're well worth your time and money.
Best Cakes in Singapore 2016
Burpple Guides, Cakes Best Cakes in Singapore 2016 No celebratory event is complete without cake. Here are the best places to buy whole cakes from; whether it's a soft, light-as-air Japanese cheesecake, a creamy, rich and dense dark chocolate cake, or even a luscious banana pie; whether it is for a birthday, an anniversary or even to celebrate post-ORD (yes it is a legit reason for cake!), all 24 bakes shortlisted in this guide have risen to the occasion. So get your fork ready for a slice of the action and let there be cake, cake, cake!
Best Burgers in Singapore 2016
Burpple Guides, Burgers Best Burgers in Singapore 2016 A lot has changed in two years since our last burger guide. Surprisingly, the greatest burgers this year aren't just coming from burger-focused joints. We've enjoyed excellent ones from a casual-chic steakhouse in the CBD, an ice cream bar in Siglap, an artsy cafe in Kampong Glam, and even an Australian butchery in Dempsey. Every one of these 14 burgers proves that eating with your hands and getting a little messy is so much fun. Bring an open mind and an even bigger appetite. Ready, set, eat!

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Kimchi Jjijae ($12.90)

By naming the restaurant Kimchi, they better serve some badass kimchi and they definitely lived up to their reputation. Go for a bubbling pot of the tangy and spicy Kimchi Jjijae ($12.90) to have the perfect balance against the blistering cold aircon. I will crave for this kimchi soup next time whenever it's raining.

Truffle Fries @ The Tuckshop

Price: S$10

Truffle fries are The One Ring to my Gollum. It's unarguably precious, and I get violent when people try to take it from me.

Tuckshop's truffle fries are glorious - one of the best I've had so far.

Duck Leg Confit Croissant

The soft buttery scrambled eggs sits perfectly on top of the juicy tender duck leg stuffed in between a hot and crispy croissant. Paired with it with all the time favourite truffle fries and dip. Yummy !

For a light finishing touch to a meal

had bingsu as supper last night at Bingki! another bingsu place which is open 24/7! we tried the Oreo Bingsu ($14) and the Green Tea Bingsu ($14). first thing that would catch anyone's eye would be the cute presentation of the bingsus! these were not so heavy as compared to other bingsus, and it was great way to finish off a meal. there wasn't any condensed milk too, which made me feel better because it seemed more healthy hehe πŸ˜‰ a little expensive for its small portion though.

Go Where For Bingsoo?

If you didn't know that this Nunsongyee is 24 hours, you better check it out! It is just opposite Bugis Junction and it is a 3 storey dessert place. Which means, you can bring more friends. However, it doesn't mean you might get a seat straightaway because of the bingsoo craze! Price can be slightly higher than the other bingsoo in Singapore. But for them, in order to survive for 24/7 air conditioned, I guess this is how they have to do their business. There's also a secret room inside at Level 2 that I shall not expose here, go find it out yourself ☺️

Fiery Fiery Army Stew

During lunch hours, Wang Dae Bak is heavily packed! However their service are quick & attentive. We order Rice Cakes, Army Stew, Seafood Pancake, Spicy Tofu Seafood Stew, Pork Ribs Stew, Ginseng Chicken Soup & Spicy Beef Soup! This were food for 7 people! Their banchan (side dishes) are really delicious to start with, especially their fish cakes, egg, mashed potatoes! Refillable of course! πŸ˜‰ Not forgetting they've Febreeze at the counter for you to spray over your clothes due to the food smell.