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Unsurprisingly, the ๐—จ๐—ป๐—ฎ๐—ด๐—ถ ๐——๐—ผ๐—ป ($24) was unable to match up. The eel, gloriously glazed with teriyaki sauce and competently grilled, possessed a seductively sweet, smokey profile. Although Iโ€™m a big fan of scrambled eggs, the overly runny eggs that blanketed the rice were too wet. Here, the pickled carrots and ikura were unsuccessful in elevating the dish past the wetness. Still, this was a commendable dish.

Dining in a restaurant may be the only opportunity I get to shout โ€œObjection!โ€ to see someone elseโ€™s shocked expression โ€” not when the waiter asks you to pay, though โ€” but returning to @thetipsytavern.sg for Burpple Beyond deals is something Iโ€™d not object to.

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32 Maxwell Road
Unit 01-08 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

Maxwell Chambers is, in laymanโ€™s terms, a venue for dispute resolution. I wasnโ€™t there because I was a lawyer; I was there for The Tipsy Tavern. While it does offer beer on tap, cocktails and all manner of bottled alcohol, I came specifically for the 1-for-1 mains on Burpple Beyond.

The ๐—ช๐—ฎ๐—ด๐˜†๐˜‚ ๐—•๐—ฒ๐—ฒ๐—ณ ๐——๐—ผ๐—ป ($32) was a stunner. Beautifully-torched beef slices formed a ring around an onsen egg, and were sprinkled with spring onions. The beef, perfectly pink and justifiably juicy, was phenomenal. The pickled carrots added zest, the ikura were a joy to bite into, and the egg gave every component a creamy complexion. Outstanding!

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32 Maxwell Road
Unit 01-08 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

As the team is still in the soft-launch phase, there will be constant tweaks and improvements in the offerings to become one of the top pizza destinations in Singapore. Being Neo-Neapolitan, this pizza style pushes the boundaries with contemporary flavours and unconventional ingredients as opposed to an authentic Neapolitan pizza. The essence and soul of the pizza lies in the dough, made with a blend of Italian and Japanese flours, slow proofed over a period of 24 to 30 hours to develop flavour depth and attention to details such as hydration levels and types of sea salt.

In the menu, there are 12-inch classic, special, and vegan pizzas, including customisable 3-feet long pizzas that will be made available in due time. We sampled the Calabrese Salami ($22.50) from the classic menu, and this is one of the crowd favourites as it comes with smoky Calabrese salami, a generous drizzle of garlic maple syrup and homemade chilli, bringing a myriad of flavours from sweet to spiciness and savoury. If you are in the mood for something unique, the Mala Chicken ($24.50) and Raclette Cheese & Potato ($26.50) will appeal to you, with the former having the spicy and tongue-tingling mala cream sauce accentuated with the chilli oil. In fact, one of my favourites it the vegan Mushroom & Truffle Oil ($27.50) which is layered with a homemade porcini salsa with white Swiss button mushrooms, kale and truffle oil joining in the flavour party.

In addition to the pizzas, there are side dishes that you can order for sharing such as the Stracietella & Vine Tomatoes ($18.50) served with juicy cherry tomatoes and Roast Beef ($16.50) that is paired with a chimichurri sauce and horseradish mayo.
โœจ Gusta Sourdough Pizza Co.
๐Ÿ“ 326 Serangoon Avenue 3, Unit 01-378, Singapore 550326
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Visited @pastaandcosg after hearing good things about them and had the Mentaiko and Cacio e Pepe. The pasta was al dente and I preferred the Mentaiko more for its flavour. The Cacio e Pepe had a rich flavour as well but both were too salty for our liking. Not sure if I'll return but I guess it's a good deal on burpple beyond where you get one for one for tasting portions. We were too hungry and got full portions forgetting to check the t&cs so it was more on the pricey side for us ๐Ÿ˜…

I get why it costs $10 per roll ๐Ÿ™‚ canโ€™t deny that there is a distinct difference in the quality of the creme used. I can taste the fresh crushed pistachio (grinded into smooth buttery texture) and super generous and ๐Ÿ’ฏooze factor ๐Ÿ’ฏ The croissant is much more buttery (less flaky) than La Levain๐Ÿ’— but if you like crunchy, La Levain has that crispness factor.
๐Ÿ’ก: got to say I can taste the $10 ๐Ÿ˜‚ but oof itโ€™s steep - for pistachio lovers, Iโ€™m not a pistachio fan but I actually appreciate and enjoy the nut butter like creme very much โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ‘ @yeastside.sg has li

i loved it!! the bulgogi is marinated really well and very flavorful hehe the bread below was nice and soft and buttery and didnโ€™t get soggy!

it was really good!!! my friend got the hei bi pasta which came with a generous portion of 3 big prawns, and we ordered truffle fries too! the fries were fine, nothing too special about it. do note that there are very few seats and we ended up dining alfresco by the roadside. generally the portions werent really big and so it may be a lil bit pricey if you dont use the burpple 1f1 deal


Both waygyu and chirashi don was good, worth using burple 1-1. Was not so crowded on Mon night

Drenched in truffle mushroom cream sauce, the chicken chop was well-executed and succulent. Coleslaw and mashed potatoes were good too.

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The baos were nothing to shout about; well-cooked generous portions of meat but lacking dimensionality flavour-wise. Fried rice had that wok hei, but was similarly boring. This ice cream roll, however, is 10000% a hit. Which genius came up with the idea of putting sweet vanilla ice cream inside a popiah roll with peanut and cilantro???

Purchased this from a FairPrice Finest but I thought it was too good not to review!!๐Ÿคค
Actually really enjoyed how the subtle notes of chrysanthemum and rum came through in this crisp and mild tasting lager. Super refreshing with a Singaporean twist!


It was pretty much a shame that Rascals at PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex had since shuttered โ€” a spot that we really quite like when we made our visit just several months ago when they had first opened their doors; a gastrobar that serves up contemporary Asian cuisine. Since its closure, the space has now been taken over by yet another gastrobar โ€” this time being Overworked Gastrobar which seems to have inherited much of whatever that Rascals had left behind when they had vacated the space; there has been little changes to both the facade of the shop unit (with the exception of the change of signages) and the furniture and fittings within, which gives the space that slightly raw look that it used to have with its previous tenant. Being a gastrobar that serves up Western and Asian fusion fare, the menu at Overworked Gastrobar is segmented into sections such as Starters, Overworked Burgers (featuring a homemade brioche bun), Breakfast, Entree, Light Bites (i.e. finger food that goes with booze), Signature Potato Rosti, Protein Poke Bowl and Dessert (i.e. a variety of Gelato on Homemade Waffle). The beverages menu at Overworked Gastrobar includes non-alcoholic options such as alcohol-free wine, house-made concoctions, floral tea, and kombucha from Wild Boocha; they also do serve coffee using beans roasted by local cafe, State of Affairs, which is located at 183 Longhaus at Upper Thomson Road. The alcoholic beverages menu would comprise of various types of wine, beer and hard liquor.

Being an item on the menu that is listed with two thumbs up, the Johnny Nutmetto was an item that we found ourselves going for since it is pretty much a strong recommendation on the menu. The Johnny Nutmetto is a Cold Seafood Pasta which consists of elements such as Cold Angel Hair Pasta, Asari Clams, Vannamei Prawn, Seabass Slices and a Chefโ€™s Secret Nutmetto Relish. Served with the plate also chilled, the Johnny Nutmetto is a dish that is quite unlike any other that we have had thus far โ€” the Cold Angel Hair Pasta is tossed with the Chefโ€™s Secret Nutmetto Relish here; the relish being a tangy, nutty mix that probably involved tomatoes(?) and peanut sauce(?) that gives off a flavour profile that is almost similar to that of sauces typically found in Hong Kong-style chee cheong funs that comes with the โ€œtrio sauceโ€. The relish, which also gives the dish and Western-Asian fusion, comes slightly spicy โ€” it isnโ€™t that sort that gives a fiery kick, but certain enough to tingle the taste buds and should work fine even for those with lower tolerance to spiciness; something which we found to be particularly fitting with the seafood elements of the pasta. The Cold Angel Hair Pasta here is done to a slightly softer consistency than what we are used to โ€” carried a good chew that somehow fits the context here where it is done as a cold pasta. Thought that the portion of seafood is pretty reasonable, with a good portion of Asari Clams, Vannamei Prawn and Seabass Slices thrown into the mix so every twirl with the fork ends up with some seafood laced within. A rather appetising dish that could also work as a starter to share with a larger group of diners as well.

Having tried other dishes such as the Plaster Cheesy Ham Rosti at Overworked Gastrobar, we did find their Western and Asian fusion fare to be somewhat playful and inventive โ€” the Plaster Cheesy Ham Rosti being their own fusion take where Rosti meets Plaster Prata, which sees a sunny side-up plastered on the Rosti. Overall, the fusion fare here can be pretentious to some; that being said, they do seem to make sense while at it โ€” probably shows a lot on their R&D process whilst coming up with the dishes. Coffee needs quite a bit of work however; the use of beans roasted by State of Affairs for their coffee offerings is something which deserves some cred โ€” that being said, we do wish that they could probably invest in a better machine and having a proper barista in order to make the best use of the beans that they have got. Overworked Gastrobar was a tad empty when we had visited them on a Friday evening; that is despite all the posts that seemed to be making its rounds of social media of the late โ€” a little bit of a sad sight for a spot meant for after-work drinks. That being said, this makes for a great space for catch-ups over some drinks and fun fusion fare to go along till it starts to get buzzy with a crowd โ€” somewhere which we would not mind revisiting if in the area.