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Seaside dining is one of the best experience in my opinion. Hearing the melodic music from the light waves and enjoying the sea breeze after a day is the perfect way to unwind! This clam chowder is filled with generous clam and seafood while the truffle fries is fried to perfection.

Expected Damage: $40~/pax

Freshly fried and served warm! They were generous with the cheese and mayonnaise and the quality of them were good as well. Portion is huge and good for sharing arming 4-5 people.

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

Fresh ingredients and so many goodness in the beauty collagen soup. You feel like you have gained much collagen from drinking the goodness of the soup. Who doesn't like such soup that makes you feel beautiful? ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿคญ๐Ÿคญ๐Ÿคญ

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!

Have heard about their unique omakase where you get enormous quantities of ikura and we were pretty impressed!

The standard omakase ($128) comprises of 9 courses and there is indeed a huge variety. From sashimi to tempera to grilled dishes, they have them all. These are just some of the dishes we had during the course and I must say I was very surprised by the beauty of the plating of their dishes!

As for the food quality, all dishes were of decent quality definitely. The sashimi pieces were decently fresh and the Wagyu Beef was pretty tender but not melt in the mouth though. Though I must admit I was not expecting much when I was served corn, but that is probably the sweetest, juiciest and most delicious corn I've had.

If you love your ikura, this is definitely a place to check out. To make it less painful on your wallet, you can get some discounts via @chopesg vouchers! Definitely a place to bring your loved ones for a celebration!

Decent pork ribs, worth it when there is one for one burpple. Nice live music too!

Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside!

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Then leave some space for their freshlyย 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-crunchyย baked good resembled a sweeten gari (pickled ginger)ย - an intriguing mix that worked well with the Yuzu Posset and housemade Cherry Jam on the side. Earthy and aromatic, theย 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 Hลjicha Tea and Apricot Cookie Sandwich. The โ€œKuri Kintonโ€ 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.