176 Orchard Rd #01-53 / 54 / 55 / 56
The Centrepoint (Food Street)
Singapore 238843

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Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

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Quite disappointed with the repeated order. The serving was lacking of abalone, blueberries , pear sticks, a pair of oranges in the second order and amount of vegetables and fruits was very little compared to first order.
Was told by the staff there’s a surcharge for abalone which was not stated on the promotion poster next to the cashier! They were out of blueberries. In end my order was topped with abalone and a pair of oranges.

Fruity Fusion Yu Sheng Lou Hei (S$68.80+/ Large)
S$38.80+ with voucher through Frasers app.
Orange, watermelon sticks, pear sticks, rock melon sticks, raspberries, blueberries, pomelo, grapes, lettuce, shredded radish, marinated tomato, sliced salmon. Abalones, topped with sesame seeds, chopped peanut, crackers and yuzu dressing.
Plus 2 oranges
Plus S$4.50+ for takeaway containers

Yet another Burpple Beyond location that fails to state clearly that the deal is not available on Saturdays.

Burpple Beyond seems to becoming worse. I’m supportive of deals being unapplicable on Saturdays or weekends, but at least state it clearly in the T&C so we don’t have to waste our time calling the outlet or to come down only to find out it’s not applicable.

Will be making a formal complaint to CASE!

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Used the set meal and restricted to order the shiitake (14.90) and Shoyu ramen (17.90) only even though burpple and their set menu image didn’t state anything about their restriction. Did the math for all the items and couldn’t add up to their UP 79.90 as stated in the set menu image. 2 sake ice cream ($9.90 each), 2 iced green tea ($2.40 each), 2 hard boiled eggs (presumably $1 each), gyoza ($7.90) and 2 Shoyu chashu ramen ($17.90 each).

Asked the staff, they took the calculator, repeatedly did the math and the final number is $68?? How is this one for one deal if I’m paying $39.90 plus plus. Also we ordered the most expensive items we could in this set menu.

Honestly, if they can’t afford to do a one for one deal, they shouldn’t even pretend they can, quite a disappointment.

Soup is bland and there’s no “mountain” of scallions as shown in the image. we finished all the food because the portion is too little so gotta get a more satisfying dinner after this. Paid $47.40 for two after GST and service charge.

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We ordered the Shoyu Ramen set that came with Gyoza, and upgraded our hard-boiled eggs to ramen eggs, ocha and sake Ice Cream.

Ramen - noodle springy but portion on smaller side but enough for ladies. Soup broth is robust with a good wok-Hei injection. We like that!

Gyoza and Ramen eggs - average but good enough.

Sake Ice Cream - vanilla ice cream laced with sake. I love how the sweetness from the ice cream has the tinge of sake on it.

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