Deals This Good Friday and Hari Raya Puasa
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Deals This Good Friday and Hari Raya Puasa
Redemption of most Burpple Beyond deals will be locked from 5pm on the 28th March until 29th March 2024 and from 5pm on the 9th April until 10th April 2024, but over 50 of our merchants are still offering great deals you can enjoy to celebrate!
Western Wonders
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Western Wonders
Hey there, Singapore foodies! Get ready for a culinary escapade like no other as we delve into the diverse world of Western cuisine right here in the Lion City. With Burpple Beyond leading the way, prepare to tantalize your taste buds at some of Singapore's top-rated restaurants. From Latin American grills to whimsical cafes, we've curated a list of must-try eateries that will satisfy even the most discerning palates. Enjoy these places with #BurppleBeyond deals!
Asian Delights
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Asian Delights
Hey there, fellow foodies! Ready to embark on a culinary adventure across Singapore with Burpple Beyond's Asian Delights? I've got the scoop on some of the best spots in town where you can indulge in mouthwatering dishes without breaking the bank. So grab your appetite and let's dive in! Enjoy these places with #BurppleBeyond deals!
Flavourful Fiesta
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Flavourful Fiesta
Hello, fellow food enthusiasts! If you're anything like me, you're always on the hunt for the next great meal, and what's better than finding those meals at a steal? That's right, today I'm taking you on a flavour journey through some of the best Burpple Beyond deals that promise not only a feast for your taste buds but also for your wallet.
Sweet Temptations
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Sweet Temptations
Embark on a sweet journey through Singapore with Burpple Beyond's Dessert Delight, featuring an array of delectable treats from some of the city's most beloved dessert spots. Take note of these places with #BurppleBeyond deals!
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($4.50+) I felt that matcha taste for muffin and sauce itself was quite weird and sweet tbh. I always missed this limited edition flavour a lot of times since they released on Apr or Sep depends on the seasonal period. But the muffin was quite dry and complement with white chocolate sauce inside the muffin. It was a bit disintegrated, sauce melted it off and got oil spilled it through (paiseh due to misplaced)

A comfort bowl of hot, grainy Hainanese porridge on a cooling day.

It’s filled with generous amount of chunky, well-seasoned pork balls, pork liver and toppings such as fried shallots, spring onions, dong cai [a.k.a. preserved vegetable], bits of pork lard and an add-on raw egg for extra creaminess! 🫶🏻

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I was at amk for the famous bkt and found that the hawker centre was under renovation. Decided to try this Thai stall at blk 450. The pineapple rice of $6 was tasty with 4 medium sized prawns I finished the whole plate of rice. Will come again.

Found surprisingly decent ramen all the way at Changi City Point! All dishes served were all quite good!

The Black Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen Set ($16.90) came with slurp worthy bowl of rich broth ramen with a side dish and a drink. The black garlic broth was very rich with umami and savoury pork broth flavours and the noodles were rather al dente, just slightly too soft for my liking. The Cha Shu was alright, could be softer!

For side dishes, there were a few choices and we got the kaarage and gyoza. The Kaarage pieces were quite meaty, with a crispy exterior and rather juicy interior! The gyoza pieces were not bad as well, just that the meat filling had quite abit of ginger such that you can taste it quite strongly!

Decent ramen for a meal if you happen to be here!

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BBQ Sambal Stingray @$12 portion

The stingray here is damn solid. The sambal was damn shiok and taste really good.

Stingray was definitely fresh.

Will definitely return for this again

On its heyday, Muthu curry have such a long history in singapore, they had a few outlets in Singapore before, at Dempsey & at suntec City among others. And everytime had craving for good solid Indian food, Muthu's curry was the place to go.

Race Course Road is now the last standing Muthu's curry.Despite this re-consolidation, the food standards at muthu curry has always been excellent.

And the signature dish here, is their fish head curry. Definitely can't go wrong. Fish was fresh, meat was tender. Curry was flavourful.

"Country" Chicken briyani, this menu item Is only available ok weekends. Briyani is much more marinated then the usual briyani, more aromatic. And a different type of rice is used, Seeraga Samba rice, which is a shirt grain rice. Chicken was only so-so. But the rice was indeed good.

On its heyday, Muthu curry have such a long history in singapore, they had a few outlets in Singapore before, at Dempsey & at suntec City among others. And everytime had craving for good solid Indian food, Muthu's curry was the place to go.

Race Course Road is now the last standing Muthu's curry.Despite this re-consolidation, the food standards at muthu curry has always been excellent.

On its heyday, Muthu curry have such a long history in singapore, they had a few outlets in Singapore before, at Dempsey & at suntec City among others. And everytime had craving for good solid Indian food, Muthu's curry was the place to go.

Race Course Road is now the last standing Muthu's curry.Despite this re-consolidation, the food standards at muthu curry has always been excellent.

Other than their signature curry fish head, Muthu's curry also serves up a wicked tandoori dishes. The tandoori platter is the way to go if u have to sample all of it, especially if like me, u could decided with tandoori dish to try.

The platter comes with fish, prawns, chicken & cheese(Paneer). All were well marinated and the dish also comes with dipping sauces.

Rong liang has been around for a long time here at West Coast. Serving some of the best roasted duck I have ever had.

The duck was tender and was rather easily de-boned. The roasted skin was out of this world for me. Shiok!

The Char siew also damn good, expertly glazed, with charred corners and the right amount of fats. So sinful.

They also have a zhi char menu, but it's their boiled soups here that also have a loyal fan base.