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Gye-ran Kimchi Cheese Jeon (Egg Kimchi Cheese Pancake), Sogogi Miyeok-Guk (Beef Seaweed Soup- Not in Picture) "Service" in Korea comes in the form of free sides- to get a rough glimpse of that head over to Kimchi Korean Restaurant where you get #1 quality side dishes (refillable at the self service kiosk). #2 To end things on a sweet note, grab a free cup of Korean coffee as well (you'd get the iconic yellow satchel mix- to all familiar with the S.Korean food culture). On to the mains, our beef seaweed soup was commendable for $13.90++; this was as well for the Egg omelette kimchi pancake (expect entirely eggs aka protein without any flour batter). With an extensive menu, it keeps one interested to return and try the wide variety of Korean offerings here.
Tammy
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5w
Kimchi Soup With 🍚 ~$11 Set lunch menu. Served with free flow tea & side dishes.
Micky
6w
Snow honey butter chicken This was really yummy with the fragrant taste of honey butter and the portion was rather big as well (best if this is shared among 3-4 people)!
Ethel
9w
Cheese Dduk Bok-ki Stew from @kimchi_sg I am a huge fan of Korean army stews, but I never had rice cake stew served this way before. It was like a cross between army stew, hotpot and oden. There was a pot of spicy bean paste stew, where a box of ingredients came separate with compartments (now you know why I say oden). Like having hotpot, you add ingredients that you like – from rice cake, prawns, mussels, oysters, crab, fish cake, luncheon ham, kim mari (Korean deep fried seaweed roll), cabbage, onion, jjol meon (chewy wheat Korean noodles), instant noodles and boiled egg. All at your own pace. http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/06/15/kimchikoreanrestaurant/
Daniel
12w
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Top Quality Soup I love it when BCM places have good soup. I can now officially say that this place is one of the top faves! A bowl of Fish Maw Soup with Noodle 鱼鳔汤加面 ($8) has your regular ingredients like sliced pork, liver, seaweed etc, but the real star of this soup is undoubtedly the Fish Maw. The soup itself blows my mind too - flavourful, I guess because the pork bones are boiled for forever!? Also surprised to find wolfberries (they're not chilli hor 😂) in the soup as well which gives it that slight sweetness. The noodles themselves were good too - I personally prefer the Mee Kia over the Mee Pok variant. J wants to go spicier next time - understandable because the level of spice couldn't be too crazy this time as we were dining communal-eating style. This was the first stop of the day for Amanda's #TastyTastemakerTour- my dad offered to send me here after hearing I was attending a Burpple event. I told him I could take a bus, no need to trouble him.. But on hindsight, I think he wanted to send me because he understands Burpple = good food. 😆 Not a problem, though, I already intend to bring my parents here for this simple yet sumptuous bowl of goodness.
Emily
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2w
[Ding Ji FishBall Noodles] [Ding Ji FishBall Noodles] . Tasted this bowl of Fish Maw Soup and Mee Pok by DingJi at one of the Coffee Shop situated in Bishan! . Fish Maw Soup broth seems a little cloudy in a special way! Its not those clear soup we often tasted! Broth comes with a handful of ingredients like Pig liver, Fishball, Minced Pork and Fishmaw! Its rare to have FishMaw in a coffee shop mee pok concept, hence its definitely an eye opening experience to me! . Soup tasted pretty sweet and tasty, seems like many effort are put in to create such effect, also its rich and really heartwarming and comforting! . Noodles are surprisingly amazing to me! Love it alot and sauces blends in well and perfectly! Thanks @burpple [email protected] for the recomendation!
Yong
2w
Fish Maw Soup with Noodles Initially I was a little skeptical with the thought of fish maw soup in a noodle stall, like whether it is just a gimmick used by the business owner or it’s really good like some would put it (I hear mixed reviews of this dish from different groups of people before). Thankfully, I gave Ding Ji a chance during the Burpple TastyTastemakerTour by Amanda. This set of Fish Maw Soup with Noodles (S$8.00) comes with a large bowl of soup that is rich in taste and supposedly low in MSG. There’s lots of ingredients in the soup, including well-cooked fish maw that is soft and big; they don’t scrimp on the good stuff. Eating noodles with the bowl of soup definitely justifies for the price, and won’t leave any hungry ones unsatisfied. #TastyTastemakerTour
Siming
3w
Mushroom Noodle With Fish Maw Soup ($8) Enjoyed the springy mee kia topped with succulent chinese mushroom. But the prize goes to the umami soup flavoured by dried sole fish and completed with generous amount of fish maw and pork balls #TastyTastemakerTour
SH
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Pig Organ Soup Pig Organ Soup ($6) . Authentic Mun Chee Kee King of Pig’s Organ Soup is probably my favourite go-to place for pig organ soup. I like how the ingredients are generous and cooked just right. The soup is also not overly peppery nor porky. For side options, they offer a perfectly cooked minced braised pork rice (aka lu rou fan $1.80) instead of traditional white rice. The dish that took the cake must have been the unassuming preserved veg. I have never tasted preserved veg this good! It was a dollop of mushy greens with braised peanuts as garnish. The flavours were so complexed for a simple veg dish ($2.50)! You have to try it to believe it. My tiny gripe is that the pork balls in the soup were a tad too porky for my liking. . No discounts for quoting me but if you like their facebook page and show it to them before making payment, you get 10% off the total bill!
Jayson
4w
Cheap and good I have no issues with paying $10 for a slab of good braised pork, but sometimes the humblest $1.80 lu rou fan works the best magic. Fatty melt-in-your-mouth tasty-as-hell pork belly, above a bed of steaming hot rice, drenched in ladles of rich braising liquid. Couple that with some peppery pig organs soup and you've got a happy, satisfied belly. #Burpproved
Nobelle
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12w
Porky Feast 豬什湯 Pig's organ soup $4 鹵大腸 Braised pig intestine $7 鹵肉飯 Braised pork rice $1.80
K
13w
Braised Pork Rice Love this dish the first time I tried it! The infusion of the warm braised pork sauce into the rice makes it so delicious! Best eaten while it is still warm as it doesn't taste that great once it turns cold. The portion is quite small for a meal by itself. Hence, try this dish with the pig's organ soup for the best combi!
Hygge
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Mentaiko Soba I will say, it is overpriced for the quality of food. It is good in quantity but quality wise, the noodles are lacking in taste and softness. Dry soba come cold:/ soup soba is an interesting experience due to its large bowl. But I will recommend to try once and that's it. Find somewhere cheaper.
Iris
1w
While it isn't as popular as ramen, soba also have its own avid supporters! With the opening of a dedicated soba restaurant, hopefully they will get more converts. @fujisobasingapore has a wide selection of hot and cold soba dishes makes one spoilt for choices. • After much consideration, we went for Hot Benisyouga Pakuchi Kakiage Soba ($14) and Zaru Dipping Soba ($9) accompanied with Assorted Tempura ($11). They are so generous with soba noodles (similar to Japan) that we couldn't even finish. Plus their Truffle Dashi Maki Tamago with Club Japanese Sauce ($15) is a must have dish. Best eaten hot, savour these fluffy omelette covered in thick dashi stock with strong truffle fragrance. • Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi Address: 100 Tras Street, Unit 03-14, 100AM Mall, Singapore 079027 #fujisoba
Cassie
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4w
Tempura soba Had tempura soba ($20) this afternoon. The size is huge! The tempura is very crispy and the skin is thin which is great. However, we feel very thirsty after the lunch...feel like MSG is added.
M
4w
Hot Tanuki Soba [Promo $6.90, Original $11] Found myself back again here after the slurp worthy Hot Mentai Cream Soba ($17) I had the other time! This time round, I was eyeing to get one of the bowls that they have on a huge promotion that’s set to end on 31st August. Looks like a super simple bowl but was really impressive! Loved the comforting broth with hints of refreshing yuzu and a mix of saltiness from the bits of sakura shrimps. Thought the broth had just the right balance of flavours, but if you prefer a lighter tasting one, they have flasks of hot dashi stock ready on each table for you to adjust accordingly. The thin soba noodles were exactly how I remembered - springy with a great bite. It didn’t disappoint and still one of the best soba I’ve had locally! Apart from this, you can also get the Hot Kitsune Soba ($7.90, originally at $12) or Hot Kamo Nanban Soba ($9.90, originally at $18). This promotion is only available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, that means just one more weekend to go!
Wei Zhi
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Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice ($12) Been craving this Veronica-approved claypot rice since the #BurppleHawmakase and finally got my paddle rubbing against the satisfying crisp edges of this claypot. 😛 With the black sauce and oil dictated by you, I found that it wasn't too salty at all, but each mouthful was a different experience depending on whether you got some salted fish in one mouth, or picked up a fragrant piece of lup cheong. But man, is their chicken on-point! I was surprised, every piece was tender and juicy and made it worth the 40 min wait!
Dex
3w
Claypot Rice Claypot Rice ($12 for 2 pax) . This claypot rice from Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice located on the 2nd floor of Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre is probably a haven for claypot rice lovers. The average waiting time is accurately estimated by the service staff to be about 40 mins and they have no shortage of patrons. After the long wait, you get a piping hot claypot full of chinese sausages, pork belly chunks, salted fish bits and moist tender chicken chunks. The chicken meat is worth mentioning as it is cooked extremely well. Even the chicken breast was still juicy and tender. So the way to prepare the claypot to be eaten is to first remove the chicken pieces from the claypot before adding your desired amount of black sauce and oil to the rice then mix well to get that blackish rice result. Depending on your affinity for the guo-ba (harden rice bits that sticks to the sides of the claypot), scrape at the sides with the rice ladle to add it into the mix. Thereafter, add the chicken pieces back into the claypot and toss it a while more so that the chicken is also infused with the aroma of the claypot. Remember to also help yourself to their chilli sauce for the chicken as it is really good.
Jayson
3w
Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice [Lian He Ben Ji Claypot] . Tasted this at Chinatown Complex Food Centre during an burpple event! Comes with Chicken, Chinese Sausage and sweet soya sauce! The best i have ever tasted sooo far! What was nice was the whole bowl of claypot rice was really well cooked! The rice texture was there, ingredients like the chicken bits are soft and tender! The sweet soya sauce enhance the overall taste! Indeed a great bowl of claypot rice! Another reason why it was nice might be of the well controlled fire! Would definitely come here again and i think you should come down and have a try! Its really good!
Yong
7w
Jasmine Rice, Chicken, Chinese Liver Sausage, Sweet Soy Sauce This was part of the main course offered during yesterday's #BurppleHawmakase. This huge bowl was shared between the 4 of us and we (almost) scraped it clean apart from the burnt rice! Also, I just realized chinese liver sausage = lupcheong
Jess
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Simple Pho Hanoi Style Super Ngon - family style cafe, it was quite crowded when we went during lunch, probably due to the small size of the cafe. Tried the beef pho set, the good thing is that they are generous with the broth and beef, however they don’t seem to provide my favourite basil/mint leaf or any bean sprouts in the soup. Dough sticks were additional extra costs as well. Pho is simple but the broth could be more flavourful. Iced coffee was authentic and good.
Jan
1w
Beef Pho Set ($12) Another day, another lunch at Super Ngon. This is becoming a regular thing when we're just looking for a comforting meal near the office (with aircon).😂 Kuay teow, a flavourful broth and fresh herbs is good enough for me! Simple but satisfying though I wished the beef was just a tiny bit more exciting cause it didn't leave much of an impression. The value set meal also comes with two fresh spring rolls (the clear kind that's stuffed with prawns and bee hoon) and a refreshing iced tea. You can upgrade that to a Vietnamese coffee (+$2.50) which you should if you're pining for a strong hit of caffeine. ☕️
Dex
6w
Pho $6ish One of the best pho shop in singapore! Love the soup, so smooth and good. Pho in a valuable price, you can't miss Super Ngon out!
Ni
6w
Chicken Noodle Dry ($6.90) Really admire the peanut garnish in this! I've tried all their dishes and I'm still sticking with the noodle soup because the seasoning for their dry noodles was just too sweet & salty for me. I don't mind coming back every month for their authentic prawn rolls dipped in their 🌶 and hoisin sauce ❤️
Hannah
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For Underrated Ma La Xiang Guo Devoted Ma La lovers can add this spot to their list of late-night eats! You Ma You La, a corner stall at this S-11 Food House in Ang Mo Kio operates till 11p, serves piquant and "very very thoroughly fried" Ma La Xiang Guo, according to Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang. An avid fan of ma la xiang guo, she says that residents in the area are lucky they don't need to travel all the way to Chinatown for a good bowl! Choose from a wide variety of ingredients, and then select your spice level. If you like a good kick, follow Wei Zhi's lead and go for Medium spice, where the "heat and spice was just nice, not too numbing at all". She also recommends ordering the konjac jelly, an ingredient not commonly seen in ma la stalls. Note that you will be charged by the weight of your ingredients and not the number of items selected. Pro tip: They are generous with their seasonings, so be sure to request for less salt! Avg Price: $5 per person Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang
Burpple
35w
Ma La Xiang Guo [Price by Weight] My fate with Ang Mo Kio recently has just been sky high, and when in AMK, I couldn't just not get one of my fav Ma La Xiang Guo around! Although pricier, it has been consistently good. Ingredients are always very thoroughly fried in its combination of spices. Flavours here are stronger and on the saltier end but that's exactly what makes it so shiok. Remember to request for less salt if you prefer! #BurppleAMKHawkers
Wei Zhi
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36w
Ma La Xiang Guo Recommended by @cweizhi, this well-hidden ma la place is surprisingly good. While it's on the pricier side, the spicy kick is really spot on and they have a pretty wide range of ingredients to choose from. They are definitely generous with the garlic and peppercorn and yes, I always find myself coming back here again and again despite telling myself to move on and find a new gem.
Irene
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36w
Ma La Xiang Guo [Price By Weight] Back here again to satisfy my cravings and you don't know how glad I was that it's as good as I remembered from the last time! Very very thoroughly fried, along with a well-handled balance of spice and 'numbness'. The interior of the coffee shop can get quite humid so sit outside especially if you're eating this fiery one! Heard from a friend who lives here that there's another stall just down the road. Will it beat this? I'm not sure but I'll find out! #BurppleAMKHawkers 📍 又麻又辣 - S-11 Foodhouse Ang Mo Kio (Next to McDonalds's)
Wei Zhi
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Signature Porridge @ $5 This is Surprisingly good. I have never liked eating porridge, but this has change my mind. Will return for more. 👍👍👍
Gerald
5w
A bowl of hearty congee is what I need for carbo loading 😋😋😋 Nothing too heavy since I'm still feeling a bit under the weather. Comfort food at its best 💗 As a Cantonese, I prefer my congee to be thick & gooey. This is the perfect bowl! Ordered Century Egg with Sliced Pork porridge. It is SO yummy!! Didn't need to add in any condiments because it's so flavourful without being overly salty 😍 Love the generous slices of 🐷 which is surprisingly tender. Definitely worth the walk & wait 😊 PS, seriously need to explore the food in my hood 😅
July
9w
Century Egg With Meat Balls ($4) Really enjoyed the texture of the porridge here. A lot of places have it really really smooth (almost blended like baby food) which is not my preference - I like the rice grains still whole for texture. They were generous with the century egg and the porridge was very flavourful. Perfect rainy day (or any day!) food. 👍🏼
Phoebe
20w
Kung Pao Frog ($26) I love kung pao everything and this was no exception - the sauce was great and just spicy enough, it went so nicely with plain porridge. However, I'm not sure if I'm convinced about eating frog. Amazingly, this was my first time trying it after years of avoiding it because... 🐸. Everyone else around me thoroughly enjoyed it though. So, I guess it's really good - if you like frog. 😂
Phoebe
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Yong Tau Foo An open air concept coffee shop at a super affordable hawker centre price! The dishes are all fresh and I opted for the "la mian" noodles at an additional price of $1.20, it's very chewy and blended very well with the yong taufu. Lots of choices - fresh vegetables, stuffed items, tofu, mushrooms, deep fried stuffs and etc. means we often pile up too much into our bowls. You can have choice of clear or tom yam soup, laksa, ampang or hakka gravy, or dry. You can also have your choice of several types of noodles, white rice, bee hoon and la mian from $0.50 to $1.20. Noodles is usually put separately into another bowl dribbled with shallot oil which is really nice. Side dishes of fried snacks like Crispy Fried Chicken Wings (MUST TRY) and You Tiao stuffed with Sotong Paste are also available.
Hajar
8w
Belly Bagus! Soya bean based soup which you can actually taste. I like it that they boil the soya bean again before they include them into the yong tau foo. Small detail but the beans come out soft and goes nicely with the other ingredients. Next best thing, they fry the ingredients. Not so healthy but just enjoy it. Maybe common now to find stalls frying yong tau foo ingredients but wasn't so a few years back. Finally, they have a good variety of ingredients and types of yong tau foo.
Wu
29w
Yong Tau Foo With Tomyum Soup Spicy Sour and Savoury..... that should sum up the taste... Of coz its yummmmssss....
Ad
3y
Halal Yong Tau Foo Good food at a good price.
Poh Peng
3y
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