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Food are acceptable but the service is disappointing. Already informed them 3 times that we are using Burpple and also confirmed with them what dishes not in the Burpple. End up was told that this dish not included after the food is served.

Hidden along the fringe of the CBD, newly opened Overworked Gastro Bar is a venue for all occasions! Serving hearty western-asian fusion dishes, you can come down for their all-day brunch over the weekends or on your day off or enjoy their value for money set lunches at $15.90 during your lunch break or unwind after work with their all-day Happy Hour starting from only $9.80 per pint.

We enjoyed the Plaster Seafood Rosti ($15), which is, as its name suggests, inspired by the plaster prata! Hidden inside the well seasoned rosti are quality ingredients like Vannamei Prawns and Norwegian smoked Salmon, you know you are getting value for your money. The rosti was also executed nicely, crisp on the outside yet soft and moist within, one of the better rosti that I have had.

We also tried the Johnny Nutmetto ($22) which is their take on a cold pasta dish. Brimming with seafood such as prawns, clams and seabass slices and tossed in Chef Johnny's secret sauce, this was pretty interesting.

The Moo Ping ($10) is a good dish to order if you are there to unwind over some beers. Savoury yet sweet tender, marinated pork that is grilled to perfection, it really pairs well with a pint or two or... ten!

The Beer Battered Seabass & Gratin ($15), which is available as part of their set lunch at only $15.90, including a soup and a drink is pretty well done too. Even though the Kelong Seabass in craft beer batter and served with salad had been left in the cold for a while before we dug in, the batter remains crisp and does not feel overly oily.

And to round off the meal, my preferred choice of poison is the Jing A Worker's Pale Ale Draught ($10.80/pint)

I had a burger craving, and Hambaobao hit the spot. Hammered it, even. It was a simple, no frills burger, but each element was executed perfectly. The beef patty was so juicy and full of flavour, just a bite in and I was already in heaven.

The shop is tucked at the corner on the 3rd floor of Trio Building, so it can be a little bit difficult to find. But trust me - it’s worth the hunt. It has an open kitchen and bar concept, with Lil’s Taproom sharing the space, providing craft beers (and even kombuchas, if you’re feeling healthy) to pair with your badass burgers.

I’ll be back to try their other burgers and drinks, definitely!

This triple fruited gose from North Brewing Co. is sure to make any fruit beer or cider lover happy! It’s more towards the sour side but very refreshing - perfect for that summer vibe in sunny sunny Singapore. ☀️ It’s light and easy to drink, being 4.5% ABV.

The staff here are super friendly and passionate about craft beer, so it was such a delight chatting with them and hearing them share about their interest. Would love to return and try their other flavours - they have a wide array of interesting craft beers and kombuchas!

At Bob The Burger Builder, you get to create your own burger masterpieces! Choose from your own buns, patties, fillings, cheeses, sauces, and sides. That being said, if you’d prefer a a pre-made combination, you can always go for Bob’s Foundation Combo ($35.90) which comes with a burger, a simple side salad, and your choice of a side plus drink.

Feeling like having a milkshake? Grab one from Fatburger & Buffalo’s! Their Hand-Scooped Real Ice Cream Milkshakes ($8) are guaranteed to satisfy. These come in flavours such as Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Cookies and Ice Cream, and Caramel Cookie Crumble.

creamy scrambled eggs with herbs & marinated feta, alongside turkey bacon & served with croissant! I’ll rate this a 7/10! Nothing very special about this and i think there are better food options (e.g. buttermilk waffles!!!!!! this is amazing)

Visited The Populus on saturday at ~1045am. The place was really crowded despite it being a rainy morning (do remember to make a reservation!$ Service was quite fast and efficient and the staff were really friendly :-)

The food were all slightly pricey but apart from this, it was an amazing brunch experience.

Had a really nice dinner experience drunken poet! The service was really prompt and the owner was very warm and welcoming, which she ensured that we were comfortable and had our needs met at every stage of the service. The ribs and shepherd's pie were amazing, with the ribs being really tender and juicy, while the pie being indescribably good. Would definitely be back!

5.5/10 ⭐️
used the burpple deal for the burger & dbs deal for sides! both 1 for 1. felt that the price even after discount was not worth for the sides (can defo pass) but for the burger was decent ig... yall can give it a try! waiting time was ~35mins that day so u might not get it if u r in a rush.

xxl burger 🍔 ($16) : i would say this burger was decent but i felt that the patty was lowkey falling apart LOL.. small pieces kept dropping out but taste-wise, i think its a decent burger. the bun however, was not hot like you would expect it to be since its freshly made 🙂

sweet potato fries 🍟 ($8) : i like the taste of this! felt like it wasnt v fresh also cos some fries were cold.... otherwise p good

onion rings ($8) : ok i think our portion was VERRY little for $8... not worth at all & not v consistent cos we saw other tables getting way more than us... my mum liked them bc they were crispy (she gives it a thumbs up 👍) but personally for me normal onion rings are btr! these were cold-ish also LOL

Excited to know they have opened this other outlet and I'm even more impressed with the food here! We had a variety of food to share including pastas, mains and some sides.

We got the Pesto Chicken Pizza ($20) and the Spanish Chorizo & Jamon Iberico Ham Pizza ($25) and I loved how the crust were not so thick, but really absolutely delicious. The outside is crispy and the inside is chewy. The Pesto Chicken had a generous amount of fresh Pesto sauce, giving this pizza a good earthy flavour. The Jamon Iberico Ham on the other really gave the pizza earthy smoky yet rich flavours and I'm really in love with this one!

Although the Honey Glazed Pork Ribs ($29) weren't the most tender, but they still fell off the bone pretty easily and full of savoury smoky flavours! Glad that they were meaty as well and had enough to go around. The wedges were legendary, as they were so crispy on the outside and so creamy on the inside.

The Atlantic Salmon ($25) came with some beautiful creamy mash, that is flavourful as well. Salmon itself is quite a huge piece, very fresh and definitely cooked just right. I love how they managed to make the skin really crispy!

The 2 sides we ordered, Shoestring Fries ($6) and Tater Tots ($6) came in generous portions, and they were very well fried and so addictive! Definitely good sharing portions.

So glad the dishes except the sides were 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond and definitely will be back!

Then leave some space for their freshly baked scones when having their Kyoto in Autumn Weekend Afternoon Tea set ($58 per person). Loving the accompanying jam and creams, I enjoyed the flavours of the Matcha White Chocolate and Ginger Confit Scones. Not too overwhelming, the pieces of ginger studded in the tender-crunchy baked good resembled a sweeten gari (pickled ginger) - an intriguing mix that worked well with the Yuzu Posset and housemade Cherry Jam on the side. Earthy and aromatic, the Matcha White Chocolate Scone was not to be missed even with my exploding belly. A solid treat for matcha fans.

Things get seasonal with One-Ninety Bar at Four Seasons Hotel for their Kyoto in Autumn Weekend Afternoon Tea ($58 per person). Artfully injecting familiar elements and flavours, the Asian themed set crafted by Pastry Chef Reiko Yokota of Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto was a delightful affair. The danity bites paired with a specially curated Japanese Tea selection (skip the rather bland Yuzu Kukicha and get the Osmanthus Sencha instead) and freshly brewed LAVAZZA coffee or gryphon tea.

Savoury highlights included a chilled glass of smooth King Crab Chawanmushi with the briny burst of sweet ikura, and a savoury Saikyo Miso Foie Gras Terrine. You can also expect a fancy Cream Cheese and Bottarga Chive Tart, a foolproof Organic egg salad, ebiko-filled brioche as well as one-bite finger sandwiches.

More my speed was the Sweets Box, which saw the likes of a fragrant Yuzu White Chocolate Bonbon, soft delicate Matcha Moss Sphere, juicy Japanese Strawberry Mochi with azuki, and a Hōjicha Tea and Apricot Cookie Sandwich. The “Kuri Kinton” candied chestnut came with a surprising meringue-like center while the Sweet Soy and Ginger Mousse was umami and a wonderfully balanced number. The mousse was creamy and light which matched harmoniously with the slightly gelatinous sweet soy that was subtly perfumed with ginger.