Sanger

$20.00 · 117 Reviews

Call me slow, but never too late for a signature Burnt Ends Sanger! You can now even build-your-own Sanger with the DIY Sanger kit available online. But I am so glad that it survived delivery without turning soggy, especially the brioche buns.

I was honestly impressed by the amount of pulled pork and the 2 buttery Sanger buns, so so fluffy. Excessively packed with 12h slow cooked full-flavored pulled pork shoulder, coleslaw, chipotle aioli, pickled jalapeño and cheddar cheese. Savoury, smoky, acidic; an explosion of flavours in a bite. The size of the Sanger might not seem big, but the portion of fillings is definitely more than enough to feel stuffed if you are having the Sanger to yourself. Probably good to share to avoid the strong meatiness.

Due to P2HA, dining out is obv not possible, but no one said you can't have Michelin-star food in the comforts of your own home!

I was blessed by a friend who gifted me a meal from Burnt Ends! So here goes the multiple posts on it!

First off, the Sanger. This burger is no stranger to the scene because it's one of the burgers that made Burnt Ends popular since their beginning! This signature pulled pork sandwich has 12h slow cooked pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw & pickled jalapeños packed between homemade brioche buns topped with cheddar. What you get is a huge sloppy bite that's bursting with flavour, leaving you wanting to wolf down the entire thing by yourself (if your stomach allows it).

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Burnt Ends Sanger ($21.40)
This signature pulled pork sandwich is made with 12h slow cooked pulled pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw and pickled jalapenos.

Firstly, I'm really glad takeaway did not make the bun soggy at all. I definitely wouldn't mind even stronger butter fragrance for the bun. Appreciate the generous amount of pulled pork, and the decent portion size - pretty substantial I'd say. Although slightly dry at certain parts w/o the sauce, there's pretty much a decent balance of flavours with their Chipotle Aioli sauce, pulled pork, cabbage and onion.

This would suffice as a worth to try once burger, but I'd still want to dine-in and try their grilled meat.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

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The legendary Sanger ($21.40 nett) from @burntends_sg isn’t diminished by travel time. Its smart construct allows this slow-cooked pulled pork sandwich to hold up really well even as a takeaway. Those cheddar cheese-embellished brioche buns are soft yet they can withstand the onslaught of tender meat lavished in plenty of chipotle aioli, pickled jalapeños and purple cabbage slaw, and let me assure you, those come together as a mighty force of tastiness.
Bought a few for lunch today and my parents who tried it for the first time, loved it too.

Received this unexpected treat from Head Chef Patrick Leano when I popped by recently to takeaway a couple of Burnt Ends’ Pulled Pork Sangers for a friend to try.
I had already eaten lunch but still enjoyed the hell out of this baby. In the crisp, buttery pastry shell sat the restaurant’s iconic smoked quail’s egg, perched on a bed of light custard and shored up by a truckload of caviar. You know I had to take a moment to give it my full attention. Reliving it now only makes me more eager for dinner tomorrow night with my Teochew Gang. Can’t wait!

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This is how I envision a perfect pulled pork burger. Meat was fall apart tender, paired with an unassuming slaw that had mixed so magically with the juices from the meat. The bun, humbly and dutifully soaking up all that mess, cushions the smorgasbord of flavours as it enters your mouth. I chomped on this like I was in a looney tunes cartoon.

Their 𝐒𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫 ($20) remains one of our favourite burgers around. Stuffed with tender pulled pork balanced out by their homemade sauce and crispy coleslaw in a soft fluffy brioche bun, it’s super filling and relatively affordable. We personally felt that there was a tad too much pork meat: vegetable & bun ratio, and found that removing some meat made for better bites, but who is to complain about having too much meat 😅

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Finally paid a visit to @burntends_sg because they were so nice to slot us in again after our reservation got cancelled by the circuit breaker 😍 The Sanger is made of fluffy buns with juicy pulled pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw and pickled jalapenos. The meat was so tender and the burger was flavourful too.

You can’t buy happiness but, you can buy Burnt Ends’ Signature Pulled-Pork Sandwich, which is similar to happiness.

This sanger is so good, packed with so much meat, filling meat lover like myself with happiness. Unquestionably deserves the recognition they have as one of the best burger in Singapore.

Pickup’s order could be made through email, that’s how I submitted my order as I could not hit the min.

Available for takeaway & delivery; Deliveroo & Islandwide Delivery(min. $75)

Burnt Ends Sanger $21.40

Made burgers with the Sanger buns and these were very light and fluffy. These became crisp really easily when toasted, giving that extra crunch too.

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