Featuring Potato Head Singapore, Shake Shack (Jewel Changi Airport), HANS IM GLÜCK German Burgergrill (Orchard), The Löwe'f Shack - Artisanal Bakery, BurgerLabo, Wildfire Burgers (NAFA), Hammee’s (Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre), One Fattened Calf (Galaxis), Gyu & Tori (Paragon), BBBURGERS
Ting C
Ting C

+$4.90 to make it a meal (fries+drinks). Add. $2.50 for truffle or cheese fries.

House-made potato buns were so soft and fluffy. Patty was nicely seared, juicy and beefy. 𝗕𝘂𝘁𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗯𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗲𝗿 $𝟭𝟱 had 2 slices of butter which made the burger more rich, creamy and elevated the flavours.

Instead of butter, 𝗚𝗼𝗹𝗱𝗯𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗲𝗿 $𝟭𝟴 had pulled beef brisket, cheese and their special sauce. I actually prefer the butterburger to goldburger. Still good but I felt the sweetness of the beef brisket dominated and overpowered the other flavours.

Get the 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗲𝘀𝗲 𝗳𝗿𝗶𝗲𝘀 instead of the 𝗧𝗿𝘂𝗳𝗳𝗹𝗲 𝗳𝗿𝗶𝗲𝘀. Loved the strong smoky nacho cheese flavour of the former while the later only had a very light truffle taste that you might as well get the plain. 𝗚𝗼𝗹𝗱𝗲𝗻 𝗹𝗶𝗺𝗲 𝘀𝗹𝘂𝘀𝗵𝗶𝗲 was a sour, refreshing drink that complemented the rich meal perfectly.


Patty was good with crispy, breaded exterior and soft and crunchy centre with chopped walnuts and mash potatoes (idk?). There was only a very slight sweetness from the fig jam and I couldn’t really taste the feta. Sourdough bun was quite soft but abit dry. Maybe I’m disappointed because I was anticipating a sweet and savoury, flavourful burger but this tasted like a not bad, healthy burger.

Mint elderflower thirst quencher tasted like sugar free plain soda. Sweet potato fries tasted like any other sweet potato fries and needed more salt. Cappuccino was unremarkable.

Wouldn’t pay for it again.

Buttermilk Fried Chikin' Thigh, Spicy GOCHUSOY Glaze, Homemade Kimchi-Slaw, Pickled Rad

The burger was more expensive than fast food burgers but it was huge with thick fried chicken. Even though it was a saucy burger, the buns held up well and was not soggy after delivery. Really enjoyed the flavour combination and it was pretty filling even without the sides.

I had their cheeseburger which was quite good (at this price point) but I prefer their gochujang fried chicken burger.

Add-on at only $5 for fries and ade. Fries came with skin and it was quite generous in portion. Much better than McDonald fries. I liked the Hanrabong Ade too.

It may be 50% more expensive than other fastfood burgers but I’d rather get this.

Their nuggets are good; they are tender, moist and actually taste like chicken unlike some dubious meat likeatmcdonalds. Should get if you like nuggets.

Fries are priced at add-on of $3 if you order a burger or $5 ala carte. Quite pricey but they are nicely seasoned, hot and crispy. I couldn’t stop eating it even though I don’t like shoe string fries usually.

Both worth ordering as sides along with your burger.

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Snake River Farm Wagyu Beef Patty, American Cheese, Caramelised Onion, Gherkin, Master Sauce, Chipotle Mayo, Brioche Bun.

Enjoyed the combination of cheese + caramelised onions + pickles + chipotle mayo with juicy patty and well toasted, soft, buttery brioche bun.

Tasty and affordable. Will come here for my burger fix.


USDA certified Black Angus Beef Shabu, Yakiniku Sauce, Bunashimeji Mushroom, Spanish Onion, Goma Sauce, Brioche Bun.

Reminds me of Mos Burger’s yakiniku rice burger but elevated with the addition of mushrooms, a lot more meat and fluffy brioche bun. Love the bun.

Don’t mind getting this again :D

Their chicken burger is good too.

Fried chicken is crispy outside (nice batter!), really tender inside, not greasy and topped with slightly spicy mayo. Still prefer the cheeseburger but this is pretty good too, especially at $6 with crispy fries.

If you are a dark chocoholic, this is to die for! The chocolate choux is crisp on the outside and filled with dark chocolate mousse and crunchy praline with a thin layer of dark chocolate on top. Love the crunch element and the different textures in this decadent, super chocolately dessert that is somehow, not cloyingly rich.

Fried shallots do not add much to the burger. Don’t taste that much different to their normal burger. Patty and sauce pretty average. Potato bun is soft (duh) but you also get burgers with good buns at many other places.

Supermarket crinkle fries still taste like supermarket crinkle fries - even with shallots.

Only worth trying if are a shake shack fan in the first place. If not, don’t bother.

Double cheese burger, pickled jalapeños, caramelised onions and homemade sauce.

Eating this is a super greasy, messy affair. The star is the patty. It is juicy, loosely packed, beefy, nice sear, no tough sinews...beefy. The bun is really soft, buttery and fluffy. Big plus in my book for not putting in lettuce and tomatoes -tyvm.

I wish the onions could be more caramelised though for that sweetness or the sauce to be more tangy/punchy. The sauce is quite bland - taste sort of like some herb butter that is oily and quite tasteless. Maybe the intention is for the meat to shine. And it did. Shine.

Nevertheless, it is really a steal to get this at only $9.50. Only if the waiting time is not so crazy. Oh, and the fries are pretty darn good - hot, crispy, nicely seasoned.

And get the double patty please.

Come before 1130 and you’ll get to order Good Morning Burger with coffee/tea at $10 (org. $7.50 for burger alone)

Brioche bun, caramelised onions, free-range scrambled eggs, mature cheddar, sambal mayo.

Scrambled eggs are creamy and well cooked. The melted cheddar on top makes it extra gooey and flavourful. There is also the slightest hint of heat from the sambal mayo that makes this special. On hindsight maybe I should have added some protein for extra savouriness.

I will be back to try their eggtastic brioche (with brioche pullman instead) and of course to add on mature cheddar!

Burgerlabo now does lunch takeaways.

150g waygu patty, pickled onions, house-made mustard, house-made refreshing sauce, bone marrow butter (although I didn’t really taste it but I’m sure it made some difference lol), cheese, bakery brera bun.

The mustard taste is strong (with a touch of heat) while the pickled onions add some acidity. The bun is pillowy soft (and not soggy after a long trip). If I have to nitpick, I wished they would have put less mustard for the other flavours to shine.

The patty is also thick - I feel single patty is just nice for that ideal meat to fillings & condiments to bun ratio.

Although it is slightly expensive at $24, it is a rather substantial burger that is bold on flavours, to satisfy your burger cravings.

I have not tried their BB so I can’t comment if it is more worth it though (at a lower price tag with quite similar ingredients)

Ting C

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