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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bugis, Singapore.

Tsukemen is usually served only as noodles with a salty and thick sardine-based broth. This resto pairs up noodles with diff meat options: chicken drumstick (??) or this scrumptious and juicy BUTA slab 😍 If only their tasty garlic-based broth were thicker, this could have been my 2nd fave #tsukemen place (next to Tokyo's Fuunji!) ❤

#burpple

Preferred the Bombistik over the Chickaboom. Pretty okay but not won’t be making a second trip here anytime soon. I bought 2 large and shared with 4 people! They have regular size too.

Taste: 3.5/5, was expecting something better due to hype! But it was pretty meh...

Price: 4/5
Regular: $6.90
Large: $9.90, can share with another pax.

Everything at this "Friends of Autism" cafe is super affordable and the owners are really friendly, so do come support if you can!
Shall be back next time for their Ondeh Ondeh cake. 😆

One of the better Nasi Padang joints in Singapore. All for $25 including our drinks. We left feeling quite satisfied!

Happy Reunion Dinner! Wishing all of you and your family an abundance of health, happiness and FOOD 😋 Thanks for the beautiful rooster year! Let’s cheers to a better dog year! 🐶

Maybe it was the Vday crowd, but the service was very slow even though we arrived way ahead of the dinner crowd. Carbonara came early, and even after I’ve cleaned the plate, the Margherita pizza ($16.90) have not arrived. When it did, it tasted average; perhaps they should use sliced Mozzarella instead of grated. The free dessert wednesday was a great treat though it took long to come too.

$19.
Great burger with AWESOME fries. Patty was well seasoned and Super juicy - went well with their sauce. Best part was the fries which were freshly cut from real potatoes. Great service and ambience

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The Mezza Platter ($27.50) consists of a variety of dips, namely hummus (pine nuts and olive oil), babaganoush (charcoal grilled eggplant), labneh (yoghurt with olive oil and mint), moussaka'a (cubed eggplant, chickpeas and green pepper), and Arabic salad in the centre. These dips go great with pita and lavash - a pillow-like bread topped with sesame seeds, and even meats! My personal favourite would be the labneh because the minty, olive oil-drizzled yoghurt just goes well with everything. 😂 Aside from that, the Moussaka'a came as a surprise to me because I was not aware that I was eating eggplant, and I quite liked this despite generally not liking the vegetable.

I am usually skeptical to try things that I'm clueless about, but this was really satisfying, and the different dips made the dish really intriguing to have, enjoyed without a dull moment over the course of the platter. Definitely a must-try during your Lebanese meal experience! 📣 @byblosgrillsg for hosting us in their rustic and beautiful restaurant and @kenpgl from @singaporefoodlisting for having me! 😁

Do you know that taro is packed with potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C and high in fibre content, in addition to its capability to regulate blood pressure due to the high antioxidants and disease-fighting phytonutrients components in it?

Taking their signature air-fried shibuya toast, the good folks at Tuk Tuk Cha have loaded it with all things taro such as purple taro cubes, taro sauce and taro ice cream. If you are not in the mood for the Purple Taro Shibuya ($11.50), fret not as there is also a lineup of specially crafted beverages ranging from the Purple Taro Milk Tea Smoothie ($5.80) to Purple Taro Coffee Smoothie ($5.80), both topped with purple taro cubes.
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Tuk Tuk Cha
Address: 200 Victoria Street, Bugis Junction, Unit M01-K1, Singapore 188021

#tuktukcha #tuktukchasg #purpletaro

Had the Korean banana milk(not bad)
Cookies and cream (doesn't taste that strong)
Milo vanilla(just vanilla coated with Milo powder lol)
And durian(this is legit the durian ice cream is quite strong even before it melts no wonder they sell it at a higher price than even the premium flavours)

Wait a while before eating so that the mochi skin thaws and becomes chewy

From Mr. Sheng Jian, a new Chinese eatery located along Liang Seah Street that serves up Sheng Jian Bao and Noodles along with side dishes. Currently in its soft launch phase, Mr Sheng Jian is serving a limited menu for their Sheng Jian Bao offerings while running a discount of 20% off on the final bill.

The Classical Flavour Sheng Jian Bao comes with minced pork and soup broth within; think of it as a pan-fried version of the Xiao Long Bao in a slightly bigger size. The exterior comes crusty and not too thin nor thick, while it was filled with a reasonable amount of pork for a meaty flavour; the soup broth within eagerly bursts out of the Sheng Jian Bao for a savoury flavour with a single bite. Pretty enjoyable.

It's not bad but it seems like sth that's available in a good food court lol