[Available on Burpple Beyond] I've tried many Impossible burgers since its arrival last year, and truth be told, none of them has ever quite hit it for me.⁠

Except for the Happy Days Burger (S$20) from The Goodburger. 😍⁠

There's a lot to love about this - it has a chunky Impossible patty, a sliced cheese, a couple of onion rings and BBQ sauce sandwiched in between two brioche buns. Amazingly enough, it doesn't get messy as you're eating it. I had it and I was surprised at how the burger stayed intact from the first bite to the last - which makes it a great, uninterrupted burger experience. 🍔🤤⁠

With all the shiok-ness of a regular burger that it possesses, it is meatless at its core and mimics the taste of a beef patty pretty decently. I think it's sick to know that food can still be good even without the one thing most of us are used to eating. ⁠

To summarise it, I'd say - think of this as indulgence with a quality of elegance. 🙏🏽 ⁠

They are admittedly pricey, and that means it's a good thing they're on Burpple Beyond! You can get 1-for-1 on a Happy Days Set (S$26 total)- the burger, some truffle fries and a canned drink. Got someone to share with? Great. Don't have anyone? Even better - more for yourself, right?! 🤩 [8.1/10]


I don't know how else to describe having the Honey Toast with Poached Oranges & Madagascan Vanilla Bean Gelato besides saying that it felt…nice? This dish felt like a nod all the things that brought us warmth vis-a-vis our childhood days. 💭⁠⠀
The poached oranges pieces that I got were subdued in tartness. Yet, they were plump enough to unleash a refreshing burst of it which would cut the overall sweetness of the dish. 🤤⁠⠀
The honey-drizzled toast itself - this one felt like the big brother or big sister of the festive treat that is honey-coated cornflakes. Like the elder sibling that would pave the way for its younger, and equally promising ones. In short, it was a comforting dessert.⁠⠀
It may seem like I'm talking out of my a** lah, but take it or leave it - I experience my food on a more visceral level. (7.4/10) 🤷🏽‍♂️⁠

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I’d always seen this place when walking around at Suntec City, but I’d never gone the extra step of trying it. 🙇🏽‍♂️ But yesterday, I decided to get something to quench my thirst cause I had spent the entire afternoon at Superpark.

And I gotta say, this was pretty good! Refreshing undoubtedly, it was imbued with familiar sweetness from some drinks that their demographics grew up drinking, I’m sure. 😍 Though it did get cloying towards the end thanks to the peach bits - it may very well have been because I didn’t throughly mix it up. 😅

I believe this is a seasonal item, so just bear that in mind in case you’re thinking of going down sometime to give it a shot! 😗

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⁣[Halal] Posting about hidden gems always makes me semi-nervous because I’m oddly territorial about them…like I want them all to myself for as long as possible. Please tell me I’m not the only one who feels this way though - otherwise, I’ll edit this caption at once, and we’ll never have to talk about it again! 💀😂⠀

Okay, but jokes aside, I was fated to find love in this stall’s Maggi Goreng. The first time that me and my friend paid it a visit, it honestly left us feeling far from impressed. It was average fare at best. But by an arrow of chance, we both decided on a whim to come back here and hoooooooo boy. The subsequent visits have just been back-to-back greatness. 🤤⠀

What I loved about this? Let’s see…first of all, they’re generous with the fried chicken - they don’t overdo it with the bones. Then their noodles – springy, not soggy, and got a good bite (literally bite) to them. Thirdly, I have my Maggi Goreng less spicy; they really nail it everytime…God bless them. Above all though, this HITS with the dish’s signature salty flavour. 👏🏽⠀

I just have one gripe - they tend to be inconsistent with the eggs…2 out of 5 times, it won’t come looking picture-perfect like this. 😂 But I can live with that!⠀

Takeaway of this story: It sometimes pays to give things another shot. ❤ (8.7/10)


This was taken on the first time I paid Matchaya a visit after what feels like ages. They rose to the occasion by having Rose as part of their seasonal specialty. 🌹

I’ll be fully transparent. The yuzu jam embedded in the layers - I personally found its bright, citrusy flavour to be too different and thereby conflicting with the overall endearing sweetness of the rose-matcha combo. I did personally let them know my feedback as well!

Still, given what it’s worth, it’s definitely a nice, sweet creation to enjoy in time for Valentine’s Day, the season of love! 😍❤️


This comes with their signature mochi donut and this time, instead of underpinning a chunky, helix tower of softserve, you get a scoop of gelato which comes in a choice of 3 flavours — Madagascan Vanilla, Valrhona Chocolate and Earl Grey, interspersed with some fresh mint leaves. 😯

And surrounding the perimeter are some toasted almonds, peanut butter granola and caramel-apple sauce.

Perhaps it’s just my nostalgia speaking, but something about this combo just doesn’t hit like it used to? I can’t quite put a finger on why either. Their new brand just seems more serious and mature and that influences the way I should approach their dishes.

I could very well be overthinking it too. It’s not bad at all, really - perhaps I just need to give them a couple more shots! 🥴


If high-quality milk means a milky flavour so pronounced that it overwhelms and masks the matcha flavour, I don’t want it. 😭 This was exactly the case with this Iced Matcha Latte - there was no significant difference in quality as compared to other matcha lattes I’ve had in the past.

Which made me question - what was I paying close to $10 a cup for? There was really no marked smoothness in the texture of the milk or in the whisked matcha mixture. Plus, there was not even a modicum of an element of complexity in the flavour. And with little to no sweetener, this was truthfully and regrettably - an unpleasant and unreasonably-priced drink.

It was merely its minimalist visuals and branding that give it the ‘pull’ appeal. Otherwise, subsequent visits are out of the question. 😐

I’m so happy that they’ve brought this back, and upsized it this time with the McGriddles Stack – it’s now extra two chicken sausage patties and a turkey bacon. 😍

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - I live for the melding of the sweet, honeyed notes from the syrup-infused griddle cakes and the savoury flavour of everything that goes between them. 🤩

Also, has anybody else noticed how a meal of this is more affordable than meals of the other burgers?! If this is their way of luring me back...well, they’re doing it right. 🤣


I’d just returned from a solo trip to Penang earlier this week, and I’ve been itching to share some gems from my trip - Le Petit Four is one of them!
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Tried their Saint Honoré (RM22) during my trip there. Word has it that this is famously used as a test for pastry school. 😟 And why wouldn’t it given the multiple baking techniques it’d take to achieve this showstopper?!
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Honestly, it doesn’t deviate much from the standard taste of your regular choux cream puff, but holy moly the crunch it packs - we love to see it! 🤩 The presentation too…I didn’t mind spending a good 10 minutes just trying to get a good enough photo of this! 🥴 (8.8/10)
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Quick backstory - I actually had planned to go to another patisserie, but I happened to pass by this one while I was making my way to some museum. The interior really caught my eyes - it was pretty damn beautiful.

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There are no words to describe how marvelous this was. I think I’ve been sort of desensitized to brunch fare - like you know how everything starts to taste the same if you’ve had the same thing over and over again? That goes for even if it’s of different variations.

This one just knocked the ball out of the park omg. I took my time to spread the compound butter and honeyed ricotta on the sourdough toasts, slapped on some scrambled eggs and San Marzano tomatoes and holy motherforking shirtballs was it a STUNNER.


I underestimated how amazingly flavourful this burger was going to be. This one changed my life and I still think about it time and again. 🤭 I remember every bite I’d just throw my hands and mutter under my breath, “Oh man. That’s it. That’s the one.” 😩

I know - very dramatic, but I really don’t do much to hide my body language if I’m really floored by something. 😂 And why should I for a burger this excellent? (9.8/10)


Such a soothing shade of blue. 💙___💙 This was an exceptionally creamy gelato - in fact, I could tell it was going to take on this texture when I saw the service crew scooping out from the tub. I suppose that is a weird deduction to make, but I wasn’t wrong so I’m good with that! 🤣