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Layers of coconut mousse, gula melaka, and pandan sponge cake. Basically, an elevated pandan coconut cake. Nice, but not extraordinary.

Chef Pai's personal creation - salted caramel, almond praline, and brown sugar jaconde sponge cake atop a feuillentone base.

This was...pretty average. Looks better than it tasted. Liked the crumbly feuillentine base juxtaposed with the sweetness of the salted caramel and brown sugar, but after awhile. became somewhat bland.

Used the burrple beyond 30% off for our lunch. The place itself had very limited indoor seating but we managed to get an indoor seat as we came before the lunch crowd.

I had the steak and eggs while my gf had truffle mushroom pasta. The steak was a little tough even though it was cooked medium-ish. Also, I think the meal could use more salt as the meat tasted abit bland. However, when paired with the sauce it was much better. The bread was also quite nice as it tasted quite fresh/soft(?) despite the appearance.

The truffle mushroom pasta had quite a strong taste as well but also a little lacking in salt. Maybe it’s the trend for less salty food in CBD. It still tasted quite nice due to the natural taste of mushrooms but my gf felt quite jelak and didn’t finish it.🤡

Overall still a decent meal with the 30% discount but don’t think I’ll be back because I don’t like the small tables there.

Overall rating: 6.5/10 (couldn’t bring myself to give a 7)

Love the deal available! Enjoyed the 4 mains + 2 drinks, and desserts👍 The noodles were very juicy and great for sharing 😃

Took me 25mins to place order for me and 2 others… Burpple code redemption part is fine, but the experience on the Heybo online ordering was a true pain - slow to load and select your BYObowl, requires you to sign in to use Burpple redemption, then requires your credit card to be added, and I was constantly getting error message here without much info to troubleshoot…

Food is nice and worth with the Burpple code!

Red Sea Barramundi & Penne (UP S$20++)
40% off Mon - Fri 3pm - 5pm

Topup S$6.90++ for Hot Tea Pot with a single scoop of Ben & Jerry’s Ice-Cream

Student Meal
S$5 off any dish with a choice of soft drink
Dish - Spaghetti Carbonara (S$14++)
Soft drink - root beer
Available Mon - Fri 11am - 5pm

For every Japanese cuisine enthusiast, a visit to Sakae Sushi is practically a culinary rite of passage! However, if you haven’t yet savoured the Gyuniku Curry Don ($17.10) at their Tradehub 21 outlet, it’s a delicious journey worth undertaking. This savoury dish features delectable Japanese curry, tender sliced beef, and perfectly steamed rice.


Pic creds: Darren Chng

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Nestled in Tai Seng, Harry’s offers the perfect blend of dinner and drinks, showcasing a delightful menu brimming with enticing bar bites and Western favorites! Don’t miss the irresistible Truffle Mushroom Pizza and tempting 1-for-1 deals, making Harry’s the ultimate destination for a fantastic evening!


Pic credits: Julius Lim

Experience the regal taste of royal milk tea at Yan Xi Tang’s Yew Tee outlet, where you can relish premium blends infused with a touch of Qing Dynasty style. Additionally, explore an array of innovative bubble tea flavours that not only enthrall your palate but also align perfectly with your budget!

Chicken tikka bowl is my to go option after trying a few flavours including butter chicken and the mutton one. Generous serving of chicken for the price paid with burrple discount. Prefer to takeaway the bowl than the roll as the rice will last longer if I don’t plan to finish it immediately. Hope that burrple will continue to offer promotions for Rollgaadi 😃

A spot that often comes to mind when I think of getting some solid and unique gelato flavours with an Asian spin, Tom's Palette’s offerings were as good as I remember. At $5.20 for a single (small) cup, I had the Taiwanese Sesame Brittle and Kueh Bangkit.

Fragrant and nutty, the black sesame gelato was spot on with the lingering toasty flavour. The texture was also rich and smooth. Love that added crunch as well as aromatics from the studded black and white sesame brittle. A little milder in flavour but just as lovely, the Kueh Bangkit was right up my alley. The churned Thai coconut cream, pandan and tapioca flour combo tasted like the real deal. A more melty version of the CNY snack. The delicate coconut flavour was surprisingly refreshing - none too decadent or cloying but deliciously creamy.