11 Unity Street
#01-07
Singapore 237995

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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05:30pm - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

Overall not bad because meat is not too dry

Wildfire Burgers has been one of those places which we had been visiting on-and-off over the years by this juncture — we had first visited the establishment in its very first iteration back then when they were still located at Evans Road, though much had since changed with the establishment even having changed its management once; this also brings Wildfire Burgers to what we know in this current time that first started out at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts after a hiatus of a number of years. Whilst the brand had once expanded its operations with locations at Robertson Walk and Keppel, the brand has since consolidated its operations to the location at Robertson Walk — the consolidation of the operations also sees the outlet being renovated and an overhaul of the menu as well. Whilst we have not been to Wildfire Burgers’ location at Robertson Walk pre-renovations to its current form, the current design language of the space leans towards a slightly more simple form that sees high table and cushioned seats amidst a white and grey colour scheme and flooring they featuring a mix of tiles and stones. As mentioned, Wildfire Burgers had revamped its menu offerings; the current line-up of burgers being largely newly-introduced except for a number of classic ones that were brought over from before its consolidation of operations — the food menu also features sections dedicated to Steak Frites, Salads and Sides / Add-ons as well. The drinks selection in the meanwhile features an extensive variety of alcoholic beverages, though non-alcoholic beverages available at Wildfire Burgers include milkshakes, fruit shakes / smoothies and other unique concoctions — just to name a few.

Having been to Wildfire Burgers at their Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts location quite a number of times due to the location being of close proximity to where the office used to be at, there was no doubt that the Black Halibut Burger is one of the new burgers that these folks have just introduced to their menu with the revamp of the concept. Wildfire Burgers have described in their menu that the Black Halibut Burger comes with elements such as beer battered Norwegian black halibut, cheddar cheese, dill tartar sauce, pickled onions, shredded cabbage and butter toasted brioche bun — it is also interesting to note that the folks at Wildfire Burgers have mentioned that their burger buns are baked by the folks of Bakery Brera; a notable bakery that is operating out of its own space at Farrer Road that is also known for their danishes as well. We initially had our concerns that the Black Halibut Burger would come with a fish fillet patty looking more similar to fast food-style fish burger patties; our fear was unfounded as the burger arrived the table — the beer battered Norwegian black halibut bearing a look that is reminiscent to that of English-style fish and chips instead. As we went straight for the burger, one thing of particular note about the burger buns would be how light they seem to be; these aren’t particularly airy despite being light — a texture which we really appreciated that gave the burger a good bite. We really liked the beer battered Norwegian black halibut, which came with cheddar cheese melted atop; the cheddar cheese providing a savoury note while the beer battered Norwegian black halibut came with a crispy golden brown exterior that one would expect out of a well-executed English-style fish and chips — the fish within being soft, moist and flaky and the entire deal also did not feel particularly greasy as well.

In between all of that would be the dill tartar sauce, pickled onions and shredded cabbage; we liked how they had included pickled onions considering how that element provided a sourish tang that wasn’t too overwhelming — also provided a soft crunch for more texture. This tang complimented the refreshing zing of the dill tartar sauce; it does seem that the folks here did not go too heavy on the dill tartar sauce – just enough to bind all of the elements including the shredded cabbage with its creaminess while cutting through the carbs and fried nature of the fish here. We had also given their Truffled Mushroom Burger (Double) a go during our visit — this is essentially almost the same as their Classic 101 Burger except with the inclusion of truffle mayonnaise and sautéed mushrooms; the choice of cheese also being the Monterey Jack instead of the American Cheese, while the Truffled Mushroom Burger also does not feature gherkin. There is no doubt that Wildfire Burgers does good hand-formed beef patties that are juicy and comes with a crispness from the crusted exterior after the grilling process of the patty; the sautéed mushrooms add an earthy note to the burger, while the truffled mushroom provided a rather muted hint of truffle aroma that runs at the back of the tongue — not so strong as to steal the limelight away from the rest of the elements in the burger.

Sharing the Gochujang Mac & Cheese, this was an item that would work well with the alcoholic beverages that they have to offer. Whilst the bottom of the pan can be described as a little wet from the kimchi and the Gochujang that also limited the “cheese pull” that one can achieve with the item, the inclusion of kimchi provided provided a crunch amidst the bouncy macaroni that comes with the somewhat gooey melted cheese and crusted cheese. The zippy, spicy notes of the Kimchi also helps to alleviate the potential heaviness of the item, especially considering how it comprises of both cheese and carbs. Whilst the first iteration of Wildfire Burgers during its days at Evans Lodge and subsequently 313@Somerset can only be described as a little inconsistent in its final days of operations and even a little overpriced in those times, the rebirth of the brand under its new management has seen the brand reaching new heights — we did recall having their Eggstarter and their Shabu Shabu Burger for the very first time at their Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts location; the latter being an item that we tried on our very first visit there and being an item which we had stuck to having even in our subsequent return visits there. Indeed, the closure of their location at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and the removal of the Shabu Shabu Burger are things that we do feel are a bit of a loss, but we are glad that these folks are stronger and better with the consolidation; the pursuit in constructing the best burger to serve their patrons with has never ended here as it seems. On this note, we would like to congratulate the folks of Wildfire Burgers on the opening of their revamped concept and wishing them all the best for what Is to come!

Walked pass 2 weeks ago and decided to give it a shot! Ordered the Shabu burger and practically inhaled the burger in less than 5 minutes because it was sooo good.

Believe they’re newly opened hence there might be a slightly long waiting time. Bartender quickly offered a shot for everyone at the counter who were waiting for the food to arrive.

Nonetheless, thoroughly enjoyed myself especially with the beer promotion. Will come again!

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