I had never seen purple mustard in my life, mustard in purple color is very cool. Taste wise it's not as spicy or edgy as I'd liked it but oh well, it's a novelty. Which was what drew B and me into the shop (ICON village), me suppose - we were at a bit of a loss as to where to grab a quick bite before our respective conference calls and the cute decor of the smallish joint caught our eye. continue reading
<BR>Purple Mustard is a hot dog kiosk that combines the classic American comfort food with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern ingredients, sauces and toppings. The must-try hot dogs are the Coney Dog and Banyard Dog. continue reading
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 21:00
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My coworkers and I were thrilled to discover a new hot dog place after the closing of Super Dog at 313. We looked at Purple Mustard's online menu before deciding to head to Tanjong Pagar and try the hot dogs for ourselves.A bit of a trip, it was, nevertheless, worth the travel time. Purple Mustard boards about a dozen of hot dog options and wraps. While all the hot dogs range in price from S$9 to S$10, one can upgrade his or her meal to include fries and a drink for just a dollar more.I had French Onion Soupless hot dog (a sure choice as I love French onion soup) and was suprised at how filled with goodness and yummy sauce it was when it was prepared. My friend had the Barnyard Dog with the signature purple mustard, that was just a dash too spicy upon my trying. Another coworker had Pork it!, which consisted of a simply divine concoction of bacon, pork, pulled pork and other flavorful ingredients.At one point, what I presumed to be, the owner of the place asked us if our meal was good and if we had any suggestions for improvement. I said, "No suggestions, but I will say that I will definitely be back again!" continue reading