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Tucked away in the neighbourhood of Bedok North, @marieslapis is a chill and cosy cafe that dishes out Peranakan fusion dishes and desserts!🤤

Here’s what we enjoyed…
👉Tok Kong Mee Siam - SGD12
tiger prawns, homemade gravy with dried shrimps, beehoon
👉Buah Keluak Mee Tai Mak - SGD14
chicken, mee tai mak, eggs, buah keluak kernel
👉Spicy Egg-Win - SGD12
eggplant “fries” with special seasoning
👉Lapis Misu - SGD8
signature coffee kueh lapis soaked in Italian coffee liquor, mascarpone cheese, cocoa nibs, dutch cocoa powder
👉Nitro Coffee Latte - SGD7

Great food, good mood, excellent service! The owners even served us a complimentary slice of Traditional Kueh Lapis to try and enjoy with our coffee. Both of us agreed that their unique eggplant “fries” is a must-try here. Eat quick while it’s still hot!👍

Absolutely no regrets ordering a slice of their Kueh Salat (SGD2) for takeaway as it’s so well-executed.😋

❗️1-for-1 mains when using Burpple Beyond

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Marie’s Lapis Cafe
537 Bedok North St 3 01-575, S460537
🕙10AM-10PM Closed on Mondays
☎️6970 8556

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7.5/10: generous amount of chicken and mee tai Bak is very flavourful.

NDP Special
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Pulut hitam slow cooked with pandan and gula jawa
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To be honest, this was very underwhelming and disappointing. Did not get the rave reviews that this place had on burpple.

Had the roasted pistachio and I think the pecan brittle?

Pistachio was creamy but the taste of pistachio was really mild. Flavours tasted rather one dimensional and not flavourful like other ice cream places. We honestly could not wait to finish and leave.

But the decor was beautiful tho.

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Opened during the pandemic in November 2020, this brand has quickly established itself as being among the best in Singapore. Renowned for offering both Chinese Teochew and Chinese Hainanese versions, and specialising in offering uncommon beef cuts, each bowl is a delight.
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The base of slippery thick bee hoon / rice vermicelli noodles, crunchy pickled mustard greens, and crisp bean sprouts, pair well with both soup and dry versions, complementing with mild grainy vegetal sour sweet flavour. The lean beef slices, beef stomach tripe, beef meat balls, beef brisket, and minced beef rolls, are tender with a light chew to texture, carrying lovely meaty sweet savoury salty herbal flavour.
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Their soup is light yet rich, simmered with bay leaves, angelica root, white pepper, cinnamon, and other spices, for over 6 hours, giving it a lovely meaty sweet herbal flavour that isn't overly salty. Similarly, their gravy is thick but not heavy or gloopy, with enticing notes that don't overwhelm the palate.
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Some chincalok / fermented shrimp paste with shallots and lime juice complete, lending a crisp texture and bright tangy shrimpy salty sour spice flavour.
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Beef Noodles
Horiginal Beef Noodle
@ 739 Bedok Reservoir Road #01-3139
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2021/11/best-of-singapore-hawkers-beef-noodles.html

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Pratas were not bad! The kosong one was abit crispy on the outside. The curry is tasty, and the thick type which I prefer.

Stall #01-43 - M Mohamed Irshad

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Mee Siam from stall #01-16 Dapur Aishah. Nice gravy with good balance of sweet, spicy and sour. Would eat this again 👏

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Braved a 15 minute walk in the recent Singapore heat, from a church we were visiting only because of Burpplebeyond.
Also because I spied Denzy at i12 huggs outlet and thought this homegrown ice cream brand must be doing things right.
Our scoops of pistachio and yoghurt with speculoos (think firmer yole with ur favourite cookie sauce) were indeed promising and the waffles here are airy. They have crisp ends and are easy for 1 pax to finish off, well at least both mum and I had 1 each.
Was mildly peeved after spending 1 hour at the Bedok cafe when I enquired if they had wifi and the staff immediately chirped no; yet I later saw a “free wifi” sticker on the glass door while walking back to my seat. I should have asked “can I have the wifi password?”.

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Here is a hawker take on Japanese fusion ramen and BCM. My order of Japanese fusion mee pok in shoyu comes with noodles, pork ball, pork slices, minced pork, abalone slices and cha shu then topped with loads of crispy pork lard.

The cha shu was tender and thickly sliced with a good ratio of fat to meat. The noodles are cooked to a springy texture with a generous amount of ingredients in flavourful shoe and garlic sauce packed with umami goodness. Overall a wholesome and satisfying meal for my hungry belly 》$8/large

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Amazing kueh lapis! Love it! And the nitro coffee was so comforting! Atmosphere was soothing and cosy!

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Quaint cafe situated in Bedok North served with delicious Nonya food selections. The owner and owner’s cousin are so hospitable - gave us some Pandan lapis to try too. Highly recommend their lapis and ice cream!. They have a wide range of desserts and coffees as well which unfortunately I did not get to try.

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