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Purple Mustard

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A hot dog kiosk that combines the classic American comfort food with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern ingredients, sauces and toppings. Noteworthy mentions are The Coney Dog (veal sausage, beanless chilli, onions, garlic remoulade) and Banyard Dog (beef Guiness sausage with caramelised onions and Sriracha remoulade).

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62218498
$11 based on 11 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), Dinner (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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It's got heart.

Purple Mustard is a no frills joint located at Icon Village @ Tanjong Pagar. With minimal seating and no elaborate decor so to speak of, the store steals the hearts of many wandering souls with it's gutsy sauces and innovative pairings, all dealt with the humble hot dog.    I opted for the signature Barnyard Dog ($9)which comes with a beef and Guinness sausage, caramelized onions, purple mustard and sriracha remoulade. I raped the poor beast of a dawg with my eyes first, my breathe stolen by its vibrant nature, the striking shade of purple caused by mixing Dijon mustard with whiskey soaked blueberries. The blueberries imparting a slight fruity perfume to the overall makeup of the sauce. This complimented the robustness of the firm savoury sausage sandwiched between the pillowy soft buns. And which each bite, I let out a painful moan of pleasure, as quietly as possible, to avoid my companion over hearing my exquisite love-making session with the unassuming fella. His combinations, power-packed and alarmingly alluring given it's humble beginnings from just a sausage and a bun (that I supposed was factory produced)   I added another $1 for the house drink of Lemongrass tea, a two way servant as a palate cleanser and a breathe freshener after the flavoursome ordeal.    Note: My friend's order of Beanless Chili Meat ($3.00)was excellent too so I suppose the Coney Dog would be a good option for the future. It's all out on the table now. Definitely worth a second, third and fourth visit! 

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• 16 Jul 2013 • 240 reviews • 40 followers

It's got heart.

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Purple Mustard is a no frills joint located at Icon Village @ Tanjong Pagar. With minimal seating and no elaborate decor so to speak of, the store steals the hearts of many wandering souls with it's gutsy sauces and innovative pairings, all dealt with the humble hot dog.    I opted for the signature Barnyard Dog ($9)which comes with a beef and Guinness sausage, caramelized onions, purple mustard and sriracha remoulade. I raped the poor beast of a dawg with my eyes first, my breathe stolen by its vibrant nature, the striking shade of purple caused by mixing Dijon mustard with whiskey soaked blueberries. The blueberries imparting a slight fruity perfume to the overall makeup of the sauce. This complimented the robustness of the firm savoury sausage sandwiched between the pillowy soft buns. And which each bite, I let out a painful moan of pleasure, as quietly as possible, to avoid my companion over hearing my exquisite love-making session with the unassuming fella. His combinations, power-packed and alarmingly alluring given it's humble beginnings from just a sausage and a bun (that I supposed was factory produced)   I added another $1 for the house drink of Lemongrass tea, a two way servant as a palate cleanser and a breathe freshener after the flavoursome ordeal.    Note: My friend's order of Beanless Chili Meat ($3.00)was excellent too so I suppose the Coney Dog would be a good option for the future. It's all out on the table now. Definitely worth a second, third and fourth visit! 
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• 27 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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I've frequented this place when it was first open.

I went there for lunch today after a while and was disappointed at how it has changed.
The hotdogs used to be exactly like the picture shown on top with sauce oozing on top.
Now, it is nothing like that. Only a  small amount spread along the bun and nothing oozes from the side.
Also, the bun used to have more variety but now it's just a plain bun similar to the one in Ikea.

Taste is still good but the wow feeling is no longer there for me.
I don't feel like paying 10 bucks for this, but rather go to IKEA and get a simple ol hotdog.  
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• 10 Sep 2012 • 367 reviews • 55 followers

Yummy And Filling Hot Dogs And Wraps

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Full Purple Mustard review here

Located within the stretch of indoor restaurants called ICON Village, Purple Mustard is a small kiosk specializing in hearty and satisfying hot dogs and wraps.

Purple Mustard only has 5 tables, as this is more of a take-away joint, rather than a sit-down joint. The ambience at Purple Mustard is therefore quite minimal, with a purple and yellow colour scheme that suits their name.

Staff are Purple Mustard at friendly and knowledgeable about their ingredients. Food is freshly prepared only upon order, so be prepared to wait at least 3 minutes during non-peak periods, and around 10 minutes during peak periods.

Food portions at Purple Mustard are relatively large and quite filling. Hot Dogs are only available during lunch (11am - 3.30pm), and there are 9 pre-selected combination of toppings. You may also DIY, and select your own combination of toppings for Hot Dogs. For DIY, Purple Mustard offers a choice of 9 different types of sausages, with over 25 different toppings / condiments / sauces, and 2 different types of hot dog bun.

The other speciality at Purple Mustard are the wraps, with 8 different pre-selected combinations. The wraps are quite filling, and small eaters may wish to share. Purple Mustard also has pretty good fries, and a choice of 13 types of accompanying dipping sauces.

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