Fatboy’s The Burger Bar

Fatboy’s is a casual burger chain with many venues and even more burger options. There are over a dozen specialty burgers which are homemade using Chilled Australian chuck tender and served with fries. The signature Fat Basterd ($19.80+) is the biggest & boldest option, offering double beef chuck patties, chewy bacon, cheddar cheese, a fried egg, and homemade Fatboy’s BBQ sauce on a sesame seed bun. The Wimpy ($15.00+) is the same with a single beef, pork, or lamb patty. Various other choices include the Swiss Shroom, Pizza The Hut, Bushtucker, Holy Caesar, Bolly Wooly, and a vegetarian Big Bello - these range from $11.00 to $17.50.

There is also the option to build your own burger with 3 types of buns, 4 patties (beef/lamb/pork/grilled chicken), over 20 add-ons, and 14 sauces to choose from.

FatBoy’s locations in Singapore include outlets at Thomson, Katong, Pasir Panjang, Orchard, Holland Village, Far East Plaza, and Marina Link. See the website for more details.
FoodGuideSG 10 Jul 2015   ⋅   1,457 views
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Recent Comments

  • Liked this venue - real American diner feel. I had the Fat Ba*tard Burger which was big and very tasty if not 'gourmet' quality. Quantity rather that quality here. Was not so impressed with the fries but overall a good/3 stars experience
    Smiley-81 19 Oct 2015
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  • Tried the Signature /Best seller Wimpy burger but found it rather average. It was not bad but I had higher expectations of it. Overall, the fusion of all the ingredients did not wow me or excite my taste buds. Perhaps, I'll try The Bushtucker the next time since it has better reviews.
    Katsnoop 11 Jul 2015
  • The Bushtucker ($15) had a really great taste between the thin bacon, wild arugula, melted swiss cheese, and best of all the garlic aioli sauce. The beef patty was pretty good and the wholemeal bun was toasted and tasty, but it was really the toppings and their mixed flavors that I loved. The size of the meal is just nice with the fries.
    Xixi 10 Jul 2015
  • I had a Wimpy Burger ($15) and despite the name it was still quite a mouthful between the beef patty, bacon, and egg. The patty was cooked nicely (though a bit thin and not quite juicy) and went well with the slightly salty bacon. The sesame seed bun had a nice texture & flavor, however the BBQ sauce was just OK as was the egg. The hearty side of thick, slightly crispy fries was quite mediocre. Overall a good yet average burger, but I'm looking forward to trying the other, more unique options!
    Aaron 10 Jul 2015