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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Sambal stingray here is very good.

Generous about of onions and sambal.

Stingray is fresh and the meat was so smooth and easily scrap off the bone. And the top skin was grilled almost to a crisp.

They serve sambal stingray for lunch too!!!

Should be better in terms of flavour. Ordered this dish because of good reviews. However, when taking a bite, the taste of food was overpowering. Had to dabble with egg to balance out the flavour of pulled pork. To put it simply, it was salty. Cost: $20

This could be improved and better. Somewhere along the comment section, it mentioned it was salty but nonetheless i ordered it in good faith where they should have taken note of this. However, it was too flavourful. Maybe they should have added less salt to pulled pork. Too overpowering. 🥹

The Wat Tan Hor was apparently Ipoh Tuck Kee founder's signature dish and it's not hard to understand why.

Like the moonlight horfun, their wat tan hor hits you immediately with the intense wokhei flavour, and is topped with crunchy and umami filled pork lard. The star of the show however is the gravy. Whereas most hor fun is starchy and either salty or peppery, the gravy at Ipoh Tuck Kee is silky smooth, lusciously savoury and reminds me of the traditional Cantonese 羹 (think sharks fin or fish maw soup).

This was an immediate hit. It's slightly more expensive than your usual tzichar stall but definitely worth it as it also comes packed full of sliced pork, vegetables and prawns.

I must add though that we had a rather lackluster experience at their Toa Payoh Lorong 8 branch in comparison. The wokhei treatment was remarkedly less pronounced and the gravy was watery and bland. Not to sure if it's a one-off or outlet specific but do note that it may be a little hit and miss!

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My family and I enjoyed the Treasure Trove set very much, which included our favourite dumpling flavours (signature Nyonya & Hokkien w egg yolk) and a mountain of Angkukuehs. Kimchoo continues to impress with their dumpling quality, both flavours were a hit with my family! Packaging was also huge and generous, making it perfect for gifting. Highly recommend (:

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From Saizeriya
The BBQ sauce pork ribs were tender and flavorful, perfectly complemented by the sides of corn, spinach, and potato wedges.
The seasonal promotion offered a delicious and satisfying meal.

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Had an extremely delightful dinner at Meat N Chill! Gotta say that their Pork Ribs dish is one of the best I’ve tried - nicely cooked, tender and filled with flavour. A must-order!

Once you’ve had your fill of the carrot cake, cleanse your palate with some Wagyu Beef Noodles ($16++). Despite the lavish use of wagyu shabu shabu, this beef noodle is surprisingly simple and homely yet tasty. The house made beef broth reminds me of pho due to its heartily herbal flavours, and the broth manages to strike a balance between light and easy to imbibe and rich & savoury. It’s the perfect dish to cheer you up, as that delightful broth is made lavish by the inclusion of the thicker than usual wagyu shabu shabu. These wagyu beef slices were tremendously tender and felicitously fatty, injecting a marvellous meatiness into the bedazzling beef noodles.⠀

Thanks for hosting us, @kevin._.ngan & @fattchoyeatinghouse!

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Carrot cake is a treasured hawker classic, so I was quite surprised to see it on the menu at @fattchoyeatinghouse. Their XO Carrot Cake ($15++) features cubes of radish stir fried with egg, beansprouts & eggs. Fatt Choy’s carrot cake is right up there with some of the best hawkers, as this eggy pile of deliciousness was full of wok hei, and seasoned superbly with the XO sauce & dark soy sauce. Due to the massive portion & the carrot cake being a tad oily, this is definitely a dish made for sharing.

Thanks for hosting us, @kevin._.ngan & @fattchoyeatinghouse!

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