The Ultimate Guide to Burgers in Singapore

The Ultimate Guide to Burgers in Singapore

We'll be adding awesome new burgers to this list every few days to create the ultimate resource for the best burgers in Singapore, complete with user ratings, comments, and photos to reveal which burgers you - the community - love the most. Check back regularly for updates and to share your thoughts!
FoodGuideSG 12 Jun 2015   ⋅   20,540 views   ⋅  3 favorites
  • The Market Grill

    Just went back to have this again recently, still as good as I remembered! Will definitely be coming back for more
    Aaron 01 May 2016
  • Eighteen Chefs

    I had the Eighteen Beef Burger ($13.80) which has sliced beef instead of a traditional patty. The meat was thin with a chewy texture, and had a sweet flavor that didn't really make sense in a burger IMHO. The cheese, tomatoes, and lettuce were quite faint in comparison, while the accompanying sauce had a tangy yet spicy kick. The bun was slightly dense and quite normal, and the wedges were lightly crispy and soft on the inside.

    An interesting concept, though not for traditional burger lovers.
    Aaron 16 Dec 2015
  • Fresh Fruits Lab

    I had Da Bomb Burger ($19) which had a nicely toasted bun that was quite dense. The patty is very, very thick with a strong beefy and salty flavor, and a chewy texture that wasn't tender nor tough. The thick bacon was fairly salty but was offset a bit by the soft egg, while the greens below attempted to round out tastes but were mostly overwhelmed by the patty and bacon. The shoestring fries were decently good and the fruit salad was tangy and refreshing.
    Aaron 01 Dec 2015
  • Ninethirty by Awfully Chocolate

    I went for The Great Burger ($16) whose patty had mixed textures - tougher on the charred outside yet nicely soft and grainy on the inside. The beef taste was very good, shining through the other ingredients to be central to the overall burger. There were also lots of tangy flavors - likely the cherry tomatoes - while the crispy bacon wasn't salty but still nice. The bun was soft yet quite dense at times, and the shoestring garlic fries weren't too crispy but had an awesome taste. 4.5 stars!
    Aaron 10 Nov 2015
  • Burp Kitchen & Bar

    I chose the Crabby Patty which consisted of brioche bun, battered soft shell crab, salted egg yolk sauce and coleslaw. The brioche was soft and tasty so thumbs up for that. The soft shell crab was crispy but it was still hard to digest( shells + burger) hmmmm... Maybe not such a great idea. Here comes the salted egg yolk sauce which I thought was a tad sweet. Perhaps, if it was a little more savoury than sweet I would have enjoyed it more. Overall, still a pretty good burger.
    Katsnoop 07 Nov 2015
  • Burp Kitchen & Bar

    I had Burp's Beef Burger ($14) which had a nice fluffy Brioche bun with a light buttery taste. The beef patty was both fresh and tender, with great subtle flavors and hints of spice in the meat; however it was also slightly on the dry side. The cheese, greens, and mayo added nice tastes to the overall burger. The potato salad was also delightfully refreshing and not too strong nor heavy.

    If you're a fan of quality, subtle flavors instead of super strong tastes, then this burger is for you.
    Aaron 02 Nov 2015
  • Jones the Grocer

    The Jones Classic Wagyu Burger ($26) had a slightly chewy patty with a nice beef taste, but a bit on the tough side. The truffle mayo was the best part with a nice aroma and flavor, while the crispy bacon, caramelized onions, and cheese was good too. The sauces and pickles were tangy, but the bun was quite dense and dense causing a dry feeling. The fries were quite average and not crispy, and the coleslaw was decent but a touch heavy on the dressing. A decent yet fairly normal burger.
    Aaron 22 Oct 2015
  • Fatboy’s The Burger Bar

    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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  • Bread Street Kitchen

    I had the BSK Burger ($28) whose juicy short-rib beef patty had a very nice yet subtle beef taste. The thick bun was neither too soft nor dense, with a fluffy spongy feel and small hints of buttery flavor. Other than that however, the overall taste was very light which led to a rather plain experience. The fries were crispy with a great texture and decent taste.

    I'd love a bit more flavor on this burger to help out the great patty, but those who prefer subtle tastes may enjoy it the way it is
    Aaron 16 Oct 2015
  • Suprette

    Suprette is an absolute gem in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood. Was there last night with some friends and it is a superb place to hang out. It had already won me over with a pint of Asahi for a fiver during happy hour. The juicy and delicious Suprette burger sealed the deal. I will definitely drive back over the border very soon for my next burger, this time with bacon and foie gras!
    Kampongmum 09 Oct 2015
  • Suprette

    The restaurant and burger were both winners. Quirky neighbourhood restaurant in a Little India hotel- Americana in characterful Singapore. Delicious burger, fresh herbs and seasoning evenly laced through the patty with a fairly coarse grind of beef, cooked as requested (rare, but warm through), heaps of not too greasy fries. Mayo, Tommy K and Dijon. Beer is 5 dollars before 8. What's not to love?
    SamDrury 09 Oct 2015
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  • Raven

    The Raven "Cemita" Burger ($22) has a thick juicy patty with a great slightly chewy-yet-tender texture and a nice, subtle beef taste. The chipotle and ingredients added a LOT of spices and flavors packing a nice kick to the taste buds, while the avacado, cheese, and sauce added a salty, savoury twist. The bun is soft with a light butter taste, while the medium-sized fries were perfectly crispy and fluffy.

    Overall a great burger with a great patty and unique spiced flavor: 4.5, almost 5 stars
    Aaron 06 Oct 2015
  • Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar

    I had the Candied Bacon Beef Burger ($20) which had a soft patty with a subtle beef taste. This went perfectly with the ingredients, as the toppings added a TON of savoury flavors between the caramelized onions, sugary candied bacon, and mayo. Rounded out with the cheese and tomato, the overall taste was both unique and delicious. The bun was soft and light, with a spongy texture and light buttery taste, while the shoestring fries were perfectly crispy and tasty.
    Aaron 29 Sep 2015
  • SEAR

    I had the SEAR Wagyu Burger with the 3-course set lunch ($44) and was expecting a lot for the price ($5 more than the grilled Wagyu steak option). The patty is quite tender with a light beef taste, but it wasn't very thick nor flavorful. The toppings were refreshingly tangy - I tasted tomato and avocado amongst other ingredients - while the bun was soft, slightly dense, and quite normal. The shoestring fries were crispy and great. Overall a good burger, but nothing too special given the cost.
    Aaron 22 Sep 2015
  • Wildfire Kitchen + Bar

    Tried the wagyu burger for the first time on Saturday evening, I was expecting something really special, it was very average, bland, over sweet brioche bun, which was too big compared to the patty. Not what I was expecting, maybe I caught them on a bad night, but felt very let down.
    Peeney 22 Sep 2015
  • Chili's Grill & Bar

    I had the Sweet & Smoky Burger ($25.50) whose patty was fairly dry, had a slightly chewy texture, and a light beef taste - while large I wouldn't consider it gourmet. The crispy onion rings, BBQ sauce, and red onions added much needed flavor which was savory with a bit of spiced kick, easily overpowering the other ingredients. The bun was quite dense and normal while the thick fries were very average.

    It tastes like a nicer Carl's Jr. Western Bacon burger, which isn't great given the price.
    Aaron 15 Sep 2015
  • RV Burger

    Waggyu Burger is my favorite in RV Burger. It is a must try.
    Alexalbuq 13 Sep 2015
  • Jack Ripper

    I had the Ripper's Classic ($16) and added crispy bacon and caramelized onion ($1.50 ea). The bun was soft, with a light texture and a nice but faint taste. The patty was also soft, with a slightly mushy feel and subtle beef taste. The cheese, bacon, and onions helped to add some flavor but they weren't too strong in taste either. The fries were a bit crispy but mostly average. The overall burger was enjoyable and has potential, though I would have appreciated a bit more flavor or saltiness.
    Aaron 12 Sep 2015
  • MeatLiquor SIN

    Loved the atmosphere and location of this relatively new venue in town. I went for their Dead Hippie Burger ($22) and enjoyed the meat and the flavours but it didn't live up to the hype. There are definitely better burgers in Singapore but I'd go back for the atmosphere alone.
    Stoopy 10 Sep 2015
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