1-for-1s: In Central Region
1-for-1s: In Central Region
Hey fellow foodies! Back again with our array of food recommendations. This time, we're going to the Central region of Singapore! This dynamic location is a paradise for food lovers, offering an enticing array of cuisines from around the world. Be it a restaurant or cafe, Central region has it for everyone. So, let me enlighten you to some of the exciting dining options with Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 deals!
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Having an omakase course is not only about the quality of the food, but the overall vibes and experience with the chef and hosts. The crew at @dsocialoutcast ticked the checkboxes, with their warm service and delicious food! Their omakase course is unorthodox compared to the usual Japanese style, with many of the menu items focusing on their woodfire grill 😍

Many of their food items in their 7-course Woodfire Experience ($138) are experimental, with fusion of bold flavours that seem less common! I like how they brought us to many countries just based on the flavours we tasted. They definitely can do a good grill, as their lamb chop was absolutely brilliant, with a smokey yet extremely tender meat!

There is no menu, and their food items change according to chef's mood 😂 there isn't many halal course meals in Singapore, so definitely recommended for everyone to try. Do expect your clothes to smell like the BBQ when you leave, though you can get some perfume fix in their red room 😉 Thank you @burpple for inviting and @dsocialoutcast for the wonderful meal!

We were back (and tbh on multiple occasions since) at Hong Kong Star Zi Char to check out some of their other dishes.

For $20 to $30 (depending on its size), you yet a good sized fresh grouper fish. The fish is delicately steamed to perfection upon order - moist, flaky and tender. You can tell the fish is fresh because the meat is buttery sweet and there is no muddy or 'fishy' aftertaste.

I like it that HK Star uses a lighter and subtly sweet soy sauce base to accompany their steam fish. It is great over rice and alright even if you 'drink' it up by the spoonful. I find that most eateries tend to use heavier tasting soy sauces either to cover the 'fishy' odours of the fish or to make it more 'flavourful'. To be honest, I think HK Star's lighter touch is better as it allows the natural flavours of the fish to shine through instead of overpowering it.

Hk Star also serves other fishes but they are often snapped up fast. So remember, the early bird catches the fish!

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From Ji De Chi Dessert
Sweet delight near the bus terminal & train station!
1. Hot Yin-Yang Paste: A masterful blend of black sesame and white almond, rich and nutty, with a velvety texture that warmed our hearts.
2. Cold Strawberry Snowy Ice: A refreshing symphony of flavors and textures! Thinly shaved strawberry ice atop a delightful assembly of nata de coco, white mochi balls, honeydew cubes, and soft jelly cubes.
A sweet and tangy party in our mouths!

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From Keng Wah Sung
The kaya butter toast was a perfect blend of sweet and savoury, with the creamy kaya butter spread generously slathered on toasted bread.
The soft-boiled eggs were cooked to a silky, runny perfection - a delight to dip into!
But the star of the show was the freshly brewed coffee, rich and full-bodied with just the right amount of bitterness to awaken the senses.
A classic combo that never goes out of style, this breakfast set is a staple for a reason.

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Prawn paste, garlic sprouts, long beans. The prawn is unique to this place. It's alright. Each veg skewer was $2 so it's not worth it.

New item. Unfortunately it's a bit pirated. The seasoning tasted like instant mee and the noodles were softer than la mian hmm.

Their menu has tweaked and the food seems to have changed too. The pork however was better now, with significant fat. Their chicken skin is different from elsewhere - they're large pieces and not crispy.

Lamb, beef, grilled bread, pig skin. Their menu has tweaked and the food seems to have changed too. The meats are more now and seasoned more, but less refined. There's still fats, but more rubbery. The beef had a pungency. The skin last time was soft but we couldn't bite through most of it this time.