The Ultimate Guide to Burgers in Singapore

The Ultimate Guide to Burgers in Singapore

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FoodGuideSG 12 Jun 2015   ⋅   20,708 views   ⋅  3 favorites
  • Veganburg

    I had the Char-Grilled Satay Burger ($6.90) which certainly lived up to its name. The soy patty was thin with a nice texture which felt a lot like meat. There was good flavor from the nutty satay sauce which gave a kick of spice alongside the onions. The veggies and cucumber rounded out the taste while the bun was quite dense, creating a nice balance.

    I'm a hardcore meat lover but I'll admit I definitely enjoyed this a lot more than expected. A refreshing change, especially if you like satay!
    Aaron 14 Aug 2015
  • The Rotisserie

    The Hamburger ($13) may not be 'gourmet' but is definitely delicious! The patty is large with good texture, not really tender nor juicy (a bit charred / dry at the edges) but still very good. The caramelized onions alongside the bacon & BBQ sauce made for a fantastic savoury taste, while the greens & mayo added a lighter flavor. The bun is a tad dense but went well with the other strong tastes, and they were VERY generous with the sides. A very solid burger and likely the best value I've seen.
    Aaron 12 Aug 2015
  • Little Diner

    Baconator w/ extra egg and Cajun fries: I definitely would urge u to add the $1 egg to the burger. The egg simple as it sounds, brings the flavour of the patty & esp the bacon out. While the very unique texture of the patty is almost cotton candy like with just the right amount of juice tucked in it awaiting the 2nd bite for it to ooze out into your mouth. The bacon wasn't crispy enough for my liking. The sauce was a little too much for my taste buds and the burger lacked vegetables.
    Reg84 10 Aug 2015
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  • Little Diner

    I went for the Midtown Burger ($19.50) which had one of the thickest patties I've ever seen. The texture was quite delicate, falling apart in your mouth, and had more of a watery moistness than juiciness. There was a slight charcoal grill aftertaste which went well with the subtle flavors of the cheese, caramelized onions, and veggies. The bun was quite normal while the fries were unique - half soft, half crispy, and super tasty! A good burger & meal, but adding bacon would make it much better.
    Aaron 10 Aug 2015
  • Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chop House

    I had Luke's Blue Label Burger ($32) whose bun was toasted well and very tasty, while the thick beef patty was one of the best I've had - excellent texture with fantastic seasoning and flavors (especially the slightly salty crust); it felt like a good steak. The toppings were fresh though the onion was a bit strong, and the tangy mustard sauce on the side added a nice optional twist. Would have loved to have fries included to round out the meal, but still a great albeit pricey burger on its own.
    Aaron 08 Aug 2015
  • The Assembly Ground

    @Aaron At last a 5 Star Burger ! Looking forward to trying this !
    Smiley-81 06 Aug 2015
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  • The Assembly Ground

    The Assembly Wagyu Burger ($24.50) has a large, very soft & fluffy bun. The patty is VERY tender (almost melt-in-your-mouth) with great texture and juiciness. The beef taste is quite subtle which allows the flavor from the cheese and caramelized onions to shine through with the arugula and tomato adding depth as well. I loved that the flavors were distinct but not overly aggressive, making for a delicious burger overall. The seasoned fries weren't crispy but still very tasty and enjoyable.
    Aaron 06 Aug 2015
  • BWB (Burger vs Wings + Bar)

    I also tried the Garlic & Parsley Fries ($3.80) which were very crispy with a nice flavor. I really liked that I could clearly taste the garlic and parsley on the fries, compared to ‘flavoured’ fries at other places which usually have a faint (if anything at all) taste of the featured ingredients.
    Aaron 04 Aug 2015
  • BWB (Burger vs Wings + Bar)

    I went for the Tyson Peanut Butter Burger ($21.90) as that was their signature dish. The patty was thick with a nice texture and a strong charred taste. However, the flavor definitely deferred to the peanut butter (I guess this is the point). The veggies & egg added a different dimension of taste but didn't really compliment the peanut butter, though the bacon added a touch of welcome saltiness. I enjoyed the burger though the peanut butter was a bit much; I'd like to try the others next time.
    Aaron 04 Aug 2015
  • Spruce

    The Spruce Burger ($18) has a great, thick, grass-fed patty with perfect texture and a fresh yet subtle taste. It relies on tomatoes, onions, mustard, and greens for flavor - a healthy/minimalist palette may appreciate this, though to me it was a bit lacking (adding bacon may help). The bun texture is quite dense when eaten, leading to the bread taste being borderline overpowering. The seasoned fries are ok, but thicker than I prefer. A good, healthy-tasting burger, but a bit on the plain side.
    Aaron 02 Aug 2015
  • Astons

    The iEat Super Burger ($14.90) is HUGE! The beef patty was thick, cooked well, and fairly juicy; not amazing on its own but went very well with all the toppings. I loved the towering stack of fried onions which added a nice flavor and crispiness. The lettuce, tomato, and mayo offered a touch of different tastes but was mostly overpowered by the bacon, onion, and BBQ sauce. If you like those flavors then this is a great bang-for-your-buck, no frills burger that'll cure any hunger you may have.
    Aaron 31 Jul 2015
  • Riders Cafe

    Cool location. Nice ambiance and helpful staff. The burger was cooked perfectly. We ordered medium and the burger was pink in the center. Bun was tasty, soft top, with a toasted half. Would definitely go back. Thanks for the recco Aaron!
    liucheng06 29 Jul 2015
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  • Riders Cafe

    I had the Riders Burger ($18) whose patty was thick, juicy, and cooked to a perfect medium; the texture was great though the flavor didn't stand out in any way. The grilled onions were very tasty while the lettuce, tomato, and house sauce (tasted like thousand island dressing) added a refreshing touch. The bun and cheese were good but nothing too special. The fries were nice, fairly crispy, but more on the average side. Overall quite a good burger if you're around the area.
    Aaron 29 Jul 2015
  • db Bistro & Oyster Bar

    I ordered the Frenchie: I added $5 bacon which were worse than Burger King's turkey bacon. It was basically a piece of thin charcoal, extremely dry. Beef patty was dry as well, i ordered it done medium and it came medium well. Only saving grace was the fries and garlic sauce that made the beef less dry.
    Reg84 28 Jul 2015
  • db Bistro & Oyster Bar

    Chili mustard, garlic sauce & ketchup respectively if i remembered correctly.
    Reg84 28 Jul 2015
  • GRUB

    I also ordered caramelised onions (+$2) as an add-on which was served on the side. They were tasty and added a new depth of flavour to the burger despite being fairly dry. Worth the price if you love caramelised onions, but the burger has enough taste to it on its own to be good without any additional condiments.
    Aaron 27 Jul 2015
  • GRUB

    I had the Double Cheeseburger ($18++) whose double stacked patties were good: not the juiciest nor most flavorful, but quite enjoyable especially alongside the toppings. The generous serving of melted cheese and bacon was quite tasty though a touch on the salty side. The lettuce and sauce (thousand island?) was tasty, refreshing, and flavorful. The bun was small and good but nothing special, while the crispy fries were great - fried well yet still fluffy inside. A very good burger on the whole.
    Aaron 27 Jul 2015
  • Wildfire Kitchen + Bar

    I went for the French Onion Burger ($18) which had a VERY delicious toasted and buttery bun. The patty decently juicy and thick, though not really large in diameter. The meat was good, not very flavorful on its own but went well with the grilled onions, lettuce, and mayo. The grilled Gruyere cheese was excellent in taste though the onion ring didn't do much. I also really enjoyed the crispy seasoned fries. Overall, the size is medium-small but the combination of flavors and textures was great.
    Aaron 25 Jul 2015
  • Cafe Melba

    Not recommended. I had this twice on different occasions and they were served luke warm. I sent it back the 2nd on the 2nd ocassion to get it heated up. Taste wise... it's pretty normal. You get more bang for bucks for an ieatsuperburger.
    Boon1975 23 Jul 2015
  • Relish by Wild Rocket

    I had the Bacon & Cheese Beef Burger (19.90) which had a medium rare patty with a strong beef flavor. While it wasn't too juicy, the taste and texture was quite enjoyable (though a bit starchy at times, alongside the normal bun). The crispy bacon added a touch of flavor alongside the tangy tomato relish, though the overall taste was pretty faint (ketchup helped a bit). The fries are a bit thick, solid yet soft at the same time for a decent texture. Overall the taste & size is pretty average.
    Aaron 23 Jul 2015
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