By The Fire | Burpple - 59 Reviews - Marine Parade, Singapore

125 East Coast Road
Alibarbar Hawker Bar
Singapore 428810

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Firstly, I feel this is kinda unique cause I haven't had anything like this before. Secondly, it was not only pleasant to the eyes but also its taste! It is encased in an exterior of crispy minced meat and the inner was like a molten runny egg. Simply delicious!
Rating: 4/5
Worth your calories? Yes! And I will be back for this! 😍
📷 Credits: Admin @justin.kho

Never have I had anything cheaper and and better for this price range. It was well flavoured and seasoned. The sides were great complements as they at least made me feel less sinful for whooping down the delicious portion of Mac 'n' cheese with bacon flakes. 😚
Rating: 4/5
Worth your calories? Yes! It may not be the best ribs you had but you have to admit it's the best you probably had for this price!😍👍🏻
📷 Credits: Admin @justin.kho

Not one to pull out all the stops for Valentine’s Day? If your idea of the perfect date involves unpretentious, good food and flip flops, By the Fire is just the place to be — bring your spouse or make it a boys’ night out. Located within Alibabar the Hawker Bar, opposite I12 Katong, this hawker stall turns out hearty grills and smart pastas, as well as moreish deep-fried bites like battered baby squid ($9.90) and the very popular Scotch Egg ($6.90). The golden breaded exterior reveals tender pork mince and a perfectly half-boiled egg, and it is served with a tart cabbage slaw to cut through the richness. For mains, you won’t go wrong with the BBQ Pork Ribs ($14.90), slathered in homemade barbecue sauce and served with macaroni and cheese, or the tender Grilled Pork Cheek ($15.90), interestingly glazed with Japanese curry oil. There’s no need for dessert here, not when you can share an order of their signature Keystone’s Seaweed Pasta ($8.90). The simple but tasty combination of aglio olio angel hair pasta with shio kombu and sakura ebi is better than any chocolate cake.

Ambience: Super laidback
Price: Avg $40 per couple


Confitting does wonders in rendering the chicken flesh tender and moist. Finished off on the grill for a nice char on the skin and topped with onion gravy, this hit all the right savoury notes for me. The mac and cheese on the side was more akin to a creamy pasta and could have done with a stronger cheese flavour, but otherwise went very well with the chicken.

Taste: 3.5/5

Eggs for breakfast, eggs for lunch, eggs for dinner, I could eat these any time of day with their molten, limpid yolks swathed in a porky, breaded meat shell. The tart cabbage slaw was the bomb too.

Taste: 3.5/5


Not many places serve angel hair pasta, so this bowl of nicely tossed pasta with Sakura Ebi, bonito flakes and shio kombu wins my heart over 😍 It's really light, not oily and yet so flavourful! My only criticism is that the pasta was cooked al dente. Perfect for many others out there but I like mine a lil' soft.