Platypus Kitchen (Bugis Junction) | Burpple - 259 Reviews - Bugis, Singapore

[CLOSED] Platypus Kitchen (Bugis Junction)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * We are on a mission to make Gourmet Cuisine Affordable to Everyone!!! Fresh handmade pastas, luxurious risottos and Italian and Mediterranean inspired dishes.

200 Victoria Street
#01-90/91 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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(Price $19.90) The pasta serving is good for sharing. The dish contains Fresh egg tagliolini, char-grilled prawns, crab claw meat, zesty spicy egg creme, pepperoncino. The overall taste is still not bad but it didn’t taste as fantastic as compared to the other pastas.

(Price $26.90) Seafood lover would love this! It consists of Boston lobster claw, lump crab meat, sustainable caviar, bechamel, cheddar, mozzarella, parmigiano. The portion of the food is good for sharing too.Those who love pasta would love this place, their pastas are so good. Good for gathering as well :)

(Price $18.90) Other than the taste of the usual carbonara that you’ve eaten, it added a bonus taste- truffle! Usually, carbonara taste ‘jelak’ after a few mouth, but for this dish,the truffle blends in with the pasta well, the nice aroma and taste of the pasta makes you clear the dish within minutes. The place is good for birthday celebration and gatherings.

$12.90 there was not much of beef to speak of. Not worth it. Better to just buy plain friesa and eat with ketchup and chilli.
Their house sauces are good. Homemade recipe maybe?

2/10. You know the rice bowl is bad when you have finish it with ketchup. Rice is hard and dry. There is no sauce. Bland tasteless lobster meat. Did they forget the salt? The cheese did not help cos it is a bit smelly. Cheddar not supposed to smell like this. The only savory taste came from the caviar which there was too little off. Hence I had to eat the rest of the rice with ketchup.

The torched cheese had a surprisingly pushy savouriness, which worked rlly well with the sweetness of the seafood. Not too bad, but seems like it's lacking a sauce to tie everything tgt. Seems like it's lacking sth to be served in a restaurant setting

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