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Crab Pomodoro (25++) and Barramundi (24++). Taste great! Good deal with 1-for-1.

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This was a side we ordered, but felt too full with potatoes from the other dishes - truffle fries, wedges from the grill and Spanish octopus. It was crispy, probably enjoyable if we ordered an array of other dishes such as salads and pastas.

This was the half portion $36, on Burpple Beyond. Definitely worth its value by its servings, and enjoyed the taste. Good service.

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Cheese in pork, wrapped with bacon, served with fries. Worth it with Burpple, would appreciate if the onion was cooked

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Good amount of bacon in the carbonara. Sauce was rich and creamy

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Not very crowded on Sunday night. Went to try the gnocchi ($20++) but fell in love with my friend's margherita pizza ($20++) instead!

Tried the laksa barramundi pasta and guacamole burger together with 2 iced coolers with my 1 for 1! honestly honestly it tastes better than it looks. also the portion size pretty huge they were rly generous with the fries that came with the burger! loved the vibes here too as cathay is generally a quiet mall nowadays. would come back!


Looking for a familiar yet new taste? This one’s for you! 😋

Fusing both local Laksa flavours with chewy Linguine Pasta, the Laksa Barramundi Pasta is packed with aromatic flavours that will surely serve as a unique treat. ✨


While the crabcake was crackalackin’, the other crab dish of the night at @yeastside.sg, the Mentaiko Mac & Cheese ($17++), was just lacking. In theory, this macaroni dish was supposed to be epic. Combining the creamy, deeply umami savouriness of mentaiko (pollock roe) with the creamy, carb-laden lusciousness of macaroni and cheese should be a match made in heaven, no?⠀

Well, no. It wasn’t to be. I expected the briny saltiness of the pollock roe to take charge and dominate the dish, but instead the umami of the mentaiko was relegated to an afterthought in the background. The creaminess of the mentaiko mayo, the béchamel and the beautiful blanket of melted cheese all combined to be a mouthful of too much creaminess. Worse yet, the entire mac & cheese tasted slightly artificial due to a flavour that I can’t quite describe or quantify.⠀

Sadly, with much regret, my palate absolutely refused to finish consuming this mentaiko mac & cheese. This is the first macaroni and cheese dish I have not polished off in my entire history, and it’s a bit of a shame that it had to happen here.


I’ve been a @yeastside.sg supporter when they first opened at King Albert Park, and I was only too happy to hear that they’ve expanded into a second, swankier premise closer to home. Not only that, but their menu has also expanded from their stellar sourdough pizzas to include small dishes like this Crabcake with Coleslaw ($18++).⠀

You only get a solitary crabcake for more than eighteen bucks, but it is a chonky crabcake. This is most definitely large enough to warrant a fork and a knife, and you’ll definitely want to slowly savour every bite of this cracking crabcake. The shredded crabmeat is mixed in with what feels like heavy cream for a creamy filling, which is shrouded in a delicate shell of breading before heading off to the deep fryer. This crabcake mix is plenty heavy on the spices, as I could taste whiffs of lemongrass, ginger and a few others within that creamy, salty crab filling.⠀

The compelling crunch of the thin shell of breading is contrast enough to the soft, mushy crab mix. However, the crunch factor here is upped with the inclusion of a remarkably fresh coleslaw. The ‘slaw is incredibly zesty and quite spicy, and definitely has Thai flavours as its inspiration. It’s a very forceful palate cleanser, and it’s probably is overkill for this delicious crab cake, but I rather enjoyed it. The tobiko didn’t make much of an impact tastewise, but it still happily came along for the ride, occasionally chipping in with a few small pops to keep everything interesting.⠀

With this crabcake, Yeast Side have gone full beast side when it comes to food. This crab got cake, and imma clap that cake.