Our first international outpost, Potato Head Singapore is housed across four floors of a restored Art Deco building on Chinatown’s picturesque Keong Saik road. Inside there’s a branch of Jakarta’s Three Buns burger shop, a rooftop to relax on as well as a laid back cocktail bar and audiophile listening room.
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36 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089143

Friday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

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Price

~$30/pax

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Fun Boy Three ($25)
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120g Hereford Angus Applewood cheddar aged beef patty, roasted portobello mushroom, garlic & miso butter, smoked cheese, double ketchup, true aioli, in a demi brioche bun.

I was wowed by the sumptuous layers when I split open this goodness. Sadly, the patty tasted rather dry and not as flavourful as the Baby Huey. The mushroom was fat & juicy though.
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#burpple

The "Four Floors" ($28++)

The "Four Floors" may have just knocked "Fun Boy Three" off the top position on my list of preferred burgers. It is so bloody good! I guess that's inevitable when beef patties and cheese are doubled, onions are tripled, and they are served with "Notorious T.O.M. Sauce", miso mayo, pickles and lettuce between demi brioche buns.
Well, hang on to your seats because I have some really awesome news to share.
At the moment, the double patties of Hereford beef in this burger weigh in at 120gms each. But a little bird "cough" Chef Adam "cough" told me they're going to be increased very soon to 150gms across ALL the burgers. AND prices will remain the same.
You're welcome.

Cracka Lacka Corn ($6++)

Roasting seems to accentuate a corn's inherent sweetness. With a little squiggle of paprika mayo, and a sprinkle of crispy "bawang goreng" (fried shallots), spring onions and sliced chilies, these sections of sunniness were all too easy to gobble up.

Burning Rice ($17++)

As much as I love Three Buns' burgers, the rice bowls (available all day) were too tempting to resist. So I ventured over to the Asian side with an order of "Burning Rice".
This was unlike any fried rice I'd ever had before. Firstly, not that it's visible but there's a 100gm patty of U.K. beef lying in wait under that heap of melted cheddar cheese-blanketed rice. Plus enough sauces (think fiery Korean gojuchang, ketchup, dashi mayo) and crispy fried shallots to to lay the tastiest siege on the tastebuds.
My apologies for making it even harder to decide what to have when you're here. You can blame it on @happygreedyfoodie for posting about this dish in the very first place 😆😆

Coming Soon: The Watermelon Man ($18++)

Because of ardent foodies, @angelineongsuming and @happygreedyfoodie, I not only got introduced to the big bad beautiful world of burgers by PTT's Group Executive Chef Adam, but also had a sneak taste of his brand new "Watermelon Man".
Originally created for a magazine collab for Three Buns in Jakarta, this burger (which is named after a Herbie Hancock song) is a cannonball of strong yet remarkably balanced flavours .
Looking like it could pass off as a slice of beetroot, the watermelon had survived an intensive process to get to this point. Cured in sugar syrup and a bunch of other tasty things, and compressed to achieve a tight, smooth texture, it more than held its own against all 150gms of the UK Hereford Angus beef patty. Not to mention, it had to contend with the potent quadar de carva cheese, pickled onions, ketchup and housemade thousand island dressing as well. Like a championship match between great rivals, this battle of flavours demanded a worthy venue. The space between the light cushion halves of toasted brioche was it.
From around mid May, the "Watermelon Man" will be on the menu at Three Buns in Singapore.

Fun Boy Three

Best burger in town! 120g Hereford Angus Applewood cheddar aged beef patty, roasted portobello mushroom, garlic & miso buttrr, smoked cheese, double ketchup, true aioli, in a demi brioche bun. Definitely worth every bite! This is my Burger place! ($25) #Burppleburgermonth

Baby Huey

This burger is comforting & delicious. 120g aged Hereford Angus beef patty, cheese, ketchup, pickles & spiced mayo in a demi brioche bun. ($16)

Bubba Huey ($10 For 3 Sliders)

The "bubba" is a minature version of the Baby Huey, Three Bun's signature burger, and is only available through the Happy Hour Menu from 4-8pm Tue-Fri. For $10, you get THREE mini sliders of that perfectly grilled juicy patty, cheese lettuce, pickles, spiced mayo and that special sauce in a semi brioche bun.

I dare say that this burger is probably one of the best you can find in Singapore and while the regular burgers are somewhat pricey, they are worth it! Don't forget to order the naughty fries as well!

Naughty Fries ($12++)

These fries are so super naughty and sinful, but you know you just got to jump right into all that goodness. Firstly, you'll notice that the cut of fries are not regular... almost like they were potato skins but not quite. But the cut allows you to dip and scoop up all that awesomeness of fried and spring onions, beef bits and sauce in one go. Don't let the awesome burger go unaccompanied with a basket of these naughty fries!!

Birthday week means feasting time😂 first visit to Potato head folk.

Love the vibe and ambient there. Food wise was okay.. truffle cheese fries were good ($19++). Rambo burger (lamb) ($26++) and krabby patty ($28++) are satisfying too. Come early cuz there is happy hour from 4-8pm, where we can get 3 bite size signature house cheeseburger - bubba huey for $10! Those dont like burger and fries, there is asian rice bowl, we ordered bellyfull ($18++). Overall, for the price, food quality and ambient i will give 👍🏻 3/5
✔️ will go during special occasion
📍Outram park MRT

A Misteak

What a good combo of juicy meat, fluffy buttered brioche buns, melted cheese, pickles, onions and spicy mayo!! Sadly my Baby Heuy ($18) that day was waaaaay too salty, I had to drink 4-5 cups of water to rid the thirst

truffle cheese fries is sooo good!

the fries are drenched in the truffle shaves and truffle cheese sauce! 😍😍😍

NAUGHTY FRIES

Spiced béarnaise, hot beef chilli, crisp shallots, parmesan & sesame seeds

BABY HUEY

Prime beef patty, cheese, lettuce, 'Notorious T.O.M. Sauce', pickles & spiced mayo in a demi brioche bun

Potato Head Folk

I like most of the beef burgers except the crab one, it has that "xing wei". The beef patties are juicy and tasty but too small and pricey though. Good to go if you are willing to splurge a little more for gourmet burgers

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