No matter how old you are, everyone loves a good burger and the burger scene in Singapore is beyond beefy! Here’s our top picks of the best burgers in Singapore to try now!
Located at Hotel G, 25 Degrees serves gourmet burgers in a dining concept reminiscent of old Hollywood ambiance, perfect for date nights. The Number One (SG$14) is stacked with beef patty, bacon, caramelized onions, cresenza, arugula and doused in Thousand Island. There’s also a weekday lunch special set available that comes with a drink, though you may find that the size of the burger is slightly smaller.
You know you’re in for a treat when you dine at Burnt Ends! The restaurant is ranked number 14 on the 2021 San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants List. Sink your teeth into the Burnt Ends’ Sanger (SG$20), a delicious combination of pulled pork shoulder, refreshing coleslaw, smoky chipotle aioli, sandwiched between two fluffy brioche buns.
Barossa is a steakhouse and grill located in VivoCity, serving premium grade beef and meats sourced from Australian farms. The Barossa Angus Steak & Truffle Brie Cheese Burger (SG$30) is packed with a char-grilled Australian beef, smoked bacon, caramelized onion, and drizzled in a special house sauce. It’s served with truffle fries and petite salad.
Three Buns is a burger restaurant concept from Potato Head serving gourmet burgers and a selection of carefully crafted cocktails for the perfect indulgence. The artisanal burger buns are locally sourced and freshly baked daily, and each burger patty is made with 100% grass-fed vintage beef from Australia. Go for the signature Smokin’ B-Boy (SG$24) consisting of Tasmanian vintage beef patty, streaky bacon, smoked Applewood cheddar, drizzled in mayonnaise, and BBQ ketchup, topped with crispy bawang goreng.
Vegan food doesn't have to be boring! Love Handle is reinventing fast food by using only plant-based ingredients and it’s not without its glorious flavors. All of its burgers are made with Impossible™ patties, you’ll have to try the Vegan “Ramli” (SG$15) served with an eggless frittata, melted vegan cheese, and drenched in BBQ sauce and garlic aioli. It comes close to the real deal!
You can count on Craftsmen Specialty Coffee for a hearty meal to go with a good cup of specialty coffee at various outlets in Singapore. The Mr Craftsmen Burger is a signature on its menu and comprises a well-marinated beef patty, stacked with pickled relish, melted cheddar cheese, onion jam, and Sriracha sauce.
Opened by one of the co-founders of Burgs by Project Warung, Ashes Burnnit is where you’ll find gourmet burgers at hawker-friendly prices. If you like your burgers sloppy and messy, the Pulled Brisket Burger (SG$7.50) is highly recommended. Think a 24-hour braised Australian brisket resulting in a juicy and tender protein, topped with their signature BBQ sauce, nacho cheese, and lettuce. What a mouthfeel!
After a year of hiatus, Wildfire Burgers reopens its doors with a redeveloped menu in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) campus. Using a binchotan-charcoal-fired INKA grill, every burger patty is permeated with Wildfire Burger’s signature smoky flavors. The Snake River Farm Wagyu Burger (SG$13) is juicy, topped with melted cheese, homemade chipotle mayo, gherkins, and caramelized onions that cut through the heavy flavors with their tanginess.
Looking for a relaxing spot to enjoy coffee and burgers? Punch have you covered. The ‘PUNCH’ing Gloves (SG$23) will knock you out with its flavors, using Burnt End’s potato brioche buns, 120g of medium-rare beef patty is covered in melted Brie cheese, dressed in spicy tomato mayo and pickled onions for a tangy kick. Order a Generra (SG$6), an orange mocha to complete the meal.
Punch, 32 North Canal Road Singapore 059288, +65 8398 4300, www.punch.sg
Two Blur Guys came about when the duo accidentally stumbled upon a taste that blew them away while working on a menu of gourmet burgers. Treat yourself to a Foie Gras Burger (SG$31.80) comprising a 150g prime beef patty topped with creamy foie gras, tomatoes, gruyere cheese, truffle mayo, and sweet relish. There are also vegan options on the menu.
Located at Dempsey Hill, Huber’s Butchery and Bistro is a kid-friendly place to spend time with the family over the weekends. Shop for fresh cuts of premium meats at the butchery, and have a meal at the bistro next door that has a spacious playground. The Huber’s Beef Burger With Bacon & Gruyere Cheese (SG$16.50) is made with 100% pure Australian beef, packed with crispy bacon and caramelized onions.
Carne Singapore is helmed by Italian-Argentine Chef Mauro Colagreco of 3-star Michelin Mirazur and is ranked first in the World 50 Best Restaurants 2019. Try the Beef and Chimichurri Burger (SG$24) that’s exclusive to Singapore, the first flagship store outside of Argentina. The Veggie Burger (SG$16) has also gained many raves for its juicy grilled portobello and charred halloumi cheese. Do keep your stomach for the Triple Cooked Agria Fries (SG$8.90), dessert, and milkshake.
The Brewing Ground is a family- and pet-friendly brunch spot to hang out at in Joo Chiat, with indoor and outdoor sitting areas. The Breakfast Burger (SG$20) is a hearty stack of pork sausage patty, silky scrambled eggs, caramelized onions, cheddar, ketchup mayo. Served with a side of hash browns and mesclun salad. There’s also a kids’ menu. Do note that brunch is only from 11am to 4pm!