Best burger in singapore: 15 Best Burgers In Singapore For All Budgets


15 Best Burgers In Singapore For All Budgets

The best burgers in Singapore

The best burgers in Singapore don’t have to be expensive. Essentially made from minced beef, burgers can be found in many different variations. While some choose to dish up their burgers with an unpretentious serving of cheeseburger, others like to jazz it up with a variety of snazzy ingredients. From busy hawker centres to glitzy restaurants, here are the 15 best burgers in Singapore for every budget. 

Update: Hammee’s no longer makes burgers.

Less than $10

1. Hammee’s

Previously serving up white bee hoon along Farrer Road, the owners of Hammee’s decided to toss their wok aside and serve up the one thing they’re most passionate about—burgers. Starting everything from scratch wasn’t easy, and it took them two full months of experimentation before opening for business at their current outlet in Commonwealth Food Centre.

Loads of effort goes into preparing each burger. Signature Beef Cheeseburger ($6 for single, $8 for double) comprises a custom-built bun that sandwiches a juicy patty. A dose of beef tallow is added to the beautifully seared patties during the cooking process, giving a solid boost of rich beefy flavours.

These are, hands down, the most value-for-money burgers you can find in Singapore, and should be on the hit list for any burger-hunting folk. 

Check out our Hammee’s review here! 

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Address: 31 Commonwealth Crescent, #02-93, Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre, Singapore 149644
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 5pm

2. Ashes Burnit

The charcoal buns at Ashes Burnit might make the burgers darker than what they should look like, but they still pack an unforgettable taste at an amazing value. This Muslim-owned eatery is opened by a co-founder of Burgs by Project Warung, who decided to start up his own concept at Golden Mile Food Centre. The burgers here are smashed to give a caramelised crust and juicy interior. This is my go-to places for no-frills burgers.

There are a couple of burgers to choose from, but it’s hard to go wrong with their Ashes Smashburger ($5.90 for single, $8.40 for double). Be sure to add a portion of their fries which are thick and crispy.

Check out our Ashes Burnnit review.

Address: 505 Beach Road, #B1-24, Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 1999583
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am to 8:30pm
Tel: 9270 4670

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3. Wolf Burger

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Those who have visited the now-defunct Carvers & Co might be familiar with their best-selling burgers at East Coast Road. The roast meat specialists have since opened Wolf Burger, a stand-alone burger chain which has expanded to three outlets around Singapore and even an outlet in Hokkaido. 

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While there have been many new flavours such as salmon, dry-aged beef, and even wasabi fried fish, the Original Wolf Burger ($9.90) has remained constant since the store’s first outlet at Pasar Bella Suntec City. This no-frills burger features a luscious piece of well-seared beef patty that’s layered with a slice of melted American cheese and caramelised onions.

These burgers offer a simple, no-frills fix for any burger fan out there and straddle the fine line between a gourmet and fast-food burger.

Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #01-05, Funan Mall, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 8:30pm
Full list of outlets 

4. Skirt & Dirt

Skirt & Dirt‘s burgers make an instant impression thanks to their eye-catching cheddar cheese skirts. Run by the former Senior Sous Chef of the One Faber Group, the unique Cheese Skirt Burgers at this hawker stall in Tiong Bahru will only set you back $6.80.

Apart from the signature, they also sell a seasonal Burger of the Month flavour, so keep your eyes peeled for those.

Check out our Skirt & Dirt review.

Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, #02-66, Tiong Bahru Market, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 7pm
Skirt & Dirt is not a halal-certified eatery.

Skirt & Dirt Review: Unique Cheese Skirt Burger Stall At Tiong Bahru Market

Less than $20

5. Wildfire Burgers

Tucked away in the NAFA Campus is Wildfire Burgers, where wagyu beef burgers go for just $13++. Clad in soft brioche buns, these beef burgers offer decadence without breaking the bank.

These burgers are made with Snake River Farm wagyu beef, hailing from America, and are lightly seasoned, then dressed with chipotle mayo as well as caramelised onions The burger can be a bit of a messy handful, but it’s worth it.

If you fancy some sides, they also do Three Piece Fried Chicken ($12++), made with always fresh, and never frozen chicken parts.

Check out our Wildfire Burgers review.

Address: 80 Bencoolen Street, #01-15, NAFA Campus 1, Singapore 189655
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10.30pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 3pm, 4.30pm to 10.30pm
Tel: 9198 2673
Wildfire Burgers is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Two Blur Guys

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Two Blur Guys might sound like an indie duo, but this hole-in-the-wall eatery dishes up a mean serving of burgers. The store has been around for close to a decade now, but remains relatively under the radar as compared to other flashy burger joints. 

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You probably can’t go wrong with their house-special TBG’S Signature Burger ($19.80+). This sloppy concoction comes with a thick USDA prime beef patty, tomatoes, sweet relish, truffle mayo, and Gruyere cheese. It’s then sandwiched between two toasted wholemeal buns, which have a slightly heavier texture than regular potato buns. The use of Gruyere cheese gives a complex and nuttier taste, as compared to regular American cheese, while also remaining mild enough to not overpower the beef. 

The shop is a little small and rather grimy, but rub all that away and this cosy burger store is a real gem that offers a tasty burger at unbeatable prices. There’s a reason why it has been around for such a long period of time. 

Address: 387 Jalan Besar, Singapore 209002
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6636 4183
Website | Menu

7. 25 Degrees Burgers & Liquor Bar

Putting their own hippy spin on regular burgers, 25 Degrees Burgers & Liquor Bar serves up creative burgers that are made with a variety of special ingredients. This classy burger bar is located right next to the busy Middle Road and Bencoolen Street intersection, letting you watch the world go by as you munch on a juicy burger.

There are four beef burger options available, but those who’re feeling adventurous can also build their own burger from $10.50++. My personal favourite is the Number Two ($14++), which combines a hulking USA Angus beef patty with roasted tomatoes, creamy burrata, crispy prosciutto, punchy pesto and a soft potato bun. This burger mashes up a cocktail of fresh and creamy flavours together, proving to be quite an addictive combination.   

The burger bar is centrally located, making it convenient for gathering a bunch of burger buddies over. While their burger options are rather limited, there’s no harm in paying this joint a visit if you’re keen on checking out the burger scene in Singapore. Their interesting combinations might make you a convert. 

Address: 200 Middle Road, Level 1, Hotel G, Singapore 188980
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6809 7990
Website | Menu | Full list of outlets

8. Burger Frites

Opened by the people behind popular value-for-money steakhouse Braseiro, Burger Frites whips up a delicious serving of beef burgers that are unpretentiously served with humble ingredients such as melted cheese, pickles, tomatoes, and lettuce. 

Brioche buns are the buns of choice here, and they are specially crafted for the restaurant by artisan bakery Maison Kayser. 

The Juicy 180g Angus Beef Burger ($17++) uses three types of beef; a blend of USDA choice Angus brisket, USDA choice striploin, and Australian wagyu fat. They combine quite well together to give a patty with an equal balance of rich beefy flavours and lush fattiness. 

The beef burger ticks all the boxes for a quality burger, impressing with a respectable bun-to-patty ratio, juicy meat, and pillowy soft buns that sandwich everything nicely together. They also have other burgers on the menu such as chicken, but I would suggest sticking with the beef burger. 

Check out our Burger Frites review.

Address: 340 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427592
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm

9. Three Buns

Previously only available at Potato Head, Three Buns expanded to its first stand-alone store at Robertson Quay earlier this year. Almost everything is made from scratch, including their ketchup, which took two years to perfect. They’re also particular about their beef, with only grass-fed vintage beef from Australia being used. 

Da Cheese Master ($18++) puts a slight spin on the regular cheeseburger and is topped with charred onions and white miso paste for an extra boost of umami flavours. Combined with the sharp cheddar cheese, this burger gives a good kick of savouriness that takes everything up a notch. 

The entire burger experience is decent, and the ambience makes for a great place to chill out over a greasy burger. I would recommend this place for people who are a little tired of the conventional cheeseburgers, or for reluctant spouses of burger fans. 

Address: 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
Opening hours:  Mon-Thurs 5pm to 12am, Fri 12pm-12am, Sat 10am to 12am, Sun 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6909 7838
Website | Menu

10. (working title)

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Halal-certified (working title) began as a brunch cafe in the Haji Lane hood, but has since rebranded as a full-fledged burger bar. Most of their burgers are priced under $20++, with the most affordable being the Classic ($16.90++), where a house-ground beef patty meets fresh greens, cheddar, gherkins, and a relish mayo.

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Apart from the tried-and-true combo above, (working title) also has other burgers made with lamb, chicken, crab, and even a portobello mushroom burger.

Address: 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 9am to 11pm
Tel: 9683 7724

Less than $30

11. MeatSmith Telok Ayer

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Opened by the same people behind the one-Michelin-star restaurant, Burnt Ends, American smokehouse MeatSmith Telok Ayer serves up a classic cheeseburger that is the textbook definition of what a quality burger should taste and look like. 

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Their MS Cheeseburger ($20++) is seared beautifully and packs an incredibly beefy punch. Made from brisket and smoked brisket, the patty is also sandwiched between soft buttery toasted potato buns. Portions are a little small, and I usually tuck into their other smoked meats to fill myself up. 

The burgers here are my personal favourite in Singapore. Some may scoff at the size of these burgers, but good things always come in small packages. 

Address: 167-169 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068620
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 11:45pm
Tel: 6221 2262
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12. BurgerLabo

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The burgers at BurgerLabo are some of the priciest you can find, but are also widely recognised as part of the nation’s best. The brainchild of former marketer Tan Ken Loon, who also opened The Naked Finn, these burgers are a result of a meticulous R&D process that started in 2015. Along with the help of F&B veterans such as Julien Royer from three-Michelin starred Odette and established food writer Leslie Tay, this burger store opened earlier last year to much fanfare.

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Unlike the classic chuck and brisket patty combination, their Basic Burger ($25++) uses a blend of grass-fed Black Angus beef neck and Toriyama Wagyu A4 tenderloin and brisket. It’s then brushed with a house-made bone marrow butter for an added punch of beefy flavours. The star of the show is the extremely flavourful patty that has the right balance of fatty and lean bits.  

This burger costs a whopping three times more than the first entrant on our list, and is certainly not an everyday burger. Still, I reckon that this burger is one of the tastiest that money can buy, and should be sampled at least once. 

Address: 41 Malan Road, Singapore 109454
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6694 0940
Website | Menu

13. Black Tap

Besides serving up hefty burgers, Black Tap is also known for selling decadent over-the-top milkshakes that cost as much as their regular burgers. The ambience is also one of the best out of those on this list, with a casual yet relaxed vibe to it.

The All-American Burger ($23++) is the restaurant’s take on the classic cheeseburger and features USDA prime beef patties, lettuce, tomato, pickles, American cheese, and a special tangy house sauce. Their huge beef patties are bound to fill up any hungry belly, and there’s also a generous portion of fries given on the side.  

Scoring high points in food, ambience, and service, Black Tap is up there as one of the best burger experiences you can find in Singapore. While their burgers are no means cheap, they make for a great place to visit on special occasions.

Check out our Black Tap review.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, #L1-80, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11:30pm
Tel: 6688 9957

Black Tap Singapore Review: Prime Beef Burgers And Crazy Shakes At Marina Bay Sands

14. Wagyu Bites

Those familiar with Japanese yakiniku Aburiya ought to check out their sister outlet, Wagyu Bites, where wagyu offcuts from the restaurant get transformed into juicy burgers from $15++.

Some highlights include the Roast Beef Cheese Burger ($18++), and the Foie Gras Cheese Burger ($22++), both of which are made with pure Japanese wagyu meat, sandwiched in Hattendo buns. For a calorific experience, there’s also the Triple Cheese Burger for $26++, packed with three 150g patties.

Centrally located Boat Quay, you can come to the restaurant to grab a burger and beer before hitting up the rest of the bars in the area.

Check out our Wagyu Bites review.

Address: 78 Boat Quay, Singapore 049867
Opening hours: Daily 6pm to 9pm
Tel: 6532 0365


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Sparkly new kid on the burger block CARNE is the brainchild of Mauro Colagreco, the chef behind Mirazur, the World’s Best Restaurant. The chops that back the place don’t detract from the plain good food on the menu, though.

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We especially enjoyed the Beef and Chimichurri Burger ($24), where a hefty Argentinian grass-fed beef patty was brightened by a housemade chimichurri sauce, then dressed with rounds of jalapeno for kick. For a more wallet-friendly option, try the Classic Burger ($19.50), where the same beef patty is accented simply with local lettuce, organic tomato, and organic red onion.

Address: 88 Amoy Street, Singapore 069907
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 11pm

Best burgers in Singapore for every occasion

The burger scene has expanded rapidly over the years, so much so that the ones at hawker centres are now capable of holding their own against fancy restaurants. If reading about these best burgers in Singapore has got you hungry, check out our guide on the most affordable steaks in Singapore here. 

If there’s a good burger joint we missed out on this list of best burgers in Singapore, let us know in the comments below! 

9 Cheap Steaks Under $30++ That Are Mouth-Wateringly Delicious

This article was originally written on 16 January 2020.

15 juicy gourmet Burgers in Singapore at every price range

When we were kids, McDonald’s fuss-free burgers were the ultimate indulgences in life. Even when we grow up, nothing quite beats chowing down on a juicy beef patty embraced between two fluffy brioche buns — simply heaven.

Many gourmet burger joints have popped up in recent years, especially with the booming popularity of international franchises like Shake Shack and Five Guys. And these burgers range from super wallet-friendly to luxuriously crafted creations.

If you’re curious where you can get a smashing good burger that’s not from the popular fast food joints, here’s a list to help you satisfy those cravings.

Scrumptious burgers in Singapore that don’t break the bank (S$5-S$10)

Ashes Burnnit

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Burger fans would know of the bustling burger stall in the basement of Golden Mile Hawker Centre. It used to house Burgs by Project Warung but Ashes Burnnit took over a while back and continued banging out some of the most affordable gourmet burgers in Singapore. You can get their signature black bun burgers from just S$5.90 for the Smash Cheese Burger, and make it double for only S$8.40.

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📍 505 Beach Rd, #B1-24 Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583
🗓️ 11:30am–8:30pm (Daily)


Every burger lover in Singapore needs to get in on Meatsmith’s S$10 burger takeaway deal. And honestly, this might be the best Cheeseburger you can get for S$10. Which CBD restaurant sells them at this price? Juicy double patties, beautifully smoky from grilling packed between two pillowy brioche buns, balanced with punchy cheddar and tart pickles. Such an indulgent umami bomb.

Alternatively, you can make a reservation for either the Telok Ayer or Little India outlets if you’d rather not takeaway.

Meatsmith (Telok Ayer)
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📍 167-169 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068620
🗓️ 11:30am–11:45pm (Daily)

Meatsmith (Little India)
📍 21 Campbell Ln, Singapore 209894
🗓️ 11:30am–11:45pm (Tue–Sun)

Skirt & Dirt

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Opened last year, this hawker stall makes one of the most unique-looking burgers in Singapore. The Cheese Skirt Burger ($6.80) features a crispy cheese “skirt” made with shaved cheddar over a hot grill that adds a bit more flair to this affordable burger that’s basically a simple cheeseburger at heart.

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📍 30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-66 Tiong Bahru Market, Singapore 168898
🗓️ 11am–7:30pm (Tue–Sun)

Wolf Burgers

For an affordable basic burger, the Original Wolf ($9.90) comes loaded with quite a bit of good stuff. Not only do you get a nicely grilled patty, but it also comes with a soft brioche bun and a hearty ensemble of sautéed onions, lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles. A fuss-free and reliable option to satiate those burger cravings.

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📍 Multiple outlets

Wildfire Burgers

Wildfire does the Classic Cheeseburger as good as any other gourmet burger bar in Singapore — and at just S$10 too. They don’t skimp on ingredients for the price too. It comes with a USDA certified Black Angus Beef Patty that’s dressed with a simple sauce and chipotle mayo. If you’re feeling fancy, they also have an SRF Wagyu Burger for just S$14.

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📍 80 Bencoolen Street, #01-15, 1 NAFA Campus, Singapore 189655
🗓️ 12pm–3pm, 5:30–10pm (Daily)

Casual burger joints in Singapore worth bringing a date to (S$11-S$20)

Three Buns

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If you’re missing Bali, head over to Potato Head Folk at Keong Saik. This cute hipster space opened by the beach club is most popular for their burger franchise, Three Buns. Da Cheese Master (S$18) pairs their luscious grass-fed beef patty with a cheesy overload for one of the most indulgent and sinful burgers we’ve had in Singapore.

Make your reservations here (Potato Head Folk, Robertson Quay)

Three Buns (Potato Head Singapore)
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📍 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143
🗓️ 11am–12am (Daily)

Three Buns (Robertson Quay)
📍 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
🗓️ 5pm–12am (Mon-Thur), 12pm–12am (Fri), 10am–12am (Sat), 10am–10pm (Sun)

25 Degrees

25 Degree’s signature Number One ($14) is a unique burger. It’s accented by gorgeously caramelized onions and crispy bacon, then finished with sharp gorgonzola and piquant thousand island sauce. The components give it one-of-a-kind spunk atop the thiccccest buns you’d find in Singapore. Numero Uno for burger size at least, cos this bad boy is huge.

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📍 Hotel G, 200 Middle Rd, Hotel G, Singapore 188980
🗓️ 11am–12am (Daily)

Between Buns

One of the worst kept secrets amongst burger lovers on social media — Between Buns makes one of the best Fried Chicken Burgers (S$12) from scratch, from home. The key is in the chicken, which is tender, juicy and sports a gratifying crunch. It’s really hard to score one nowadays when it sells out so fast but it’s worth it — especially with occasional specials like their Taiwanese Hot Sauce Fried Chicken Burger.

📍 Home-based business

The Goodburger

Goodburger doesn’t serve classic burgers per se — they use Impossible Meat’s meatless substitutes for their patties. Honestly, they beat many other gourmet burger joints in Singapore. Truffle lovers would enjoy The Black Tie’s (S$18) posh ensemble of truffle aioli and rocket leaves while the Thai-inspired flavours in One Night In Bangkok (S$20) might help curb some of your +66 longings.

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📍 587 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 269707
🗓️ 11am–9pm (Daily)

Moosehead Kitchen-Bar

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Moosehead is generally known as a nice hangout spot for Mediterranean-inspired food. But during this pandemic period, they also rolled out great takeaway deals for their burgers. All their burgers are priced at only S$12 for takeaway, with their hulking Double Cheeseburger at S$15. Just look at the towering stack of patties — how would you not want to dig into that?

Make your reservations here.

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📍 110 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068579
🗓️ 11:30am–2pm, 6–10:30pm (Mon–Sat) 11:30am–2pm, 6–8pm (Sun)

The Fancy Burgers in Singapore for Ballin’ (S$21 and above)


The burger version of “tell me you’re a burger expert without telling me you’re a burger expert” — its Basic Burger (S$25 with fries) is renowned as the pick as best burger in Singapore by many food critics. Little wonder with a patty that’s a special R&D’d blend of exquisite Wagyu and Angus beef. Topped with cloud-like buns and special house-made sauce, it’s like a Big Mac for C-suites.

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📍 41 Malan Rd, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109454
🗓️ 12pm–3pm, 6pm–10:30pm (Tue–Sat)

Burnt Ends

Where better to grab one of the best burgers in Singapore than from the Picassos of meat who not only have a Michelin Star but are also ranked No. 5 in Asia? Their highly-raved Sanger Burger (S$21.40) is loaded with tender pulled pork that just drips sauce everywhere — this is one of the messiest but most gratifying eats ever. Thank god takeaways let us skip their impossibly hard-to-get reservations.

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📍 20 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088391
🗓️ 11:45am–11pm (Mon–Sat)

Carne Burgers

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If we’re talking about star power, nothing beats Carne, opened by the Chef of the No. 1 ranked restaurant. In. The. World. Chef Mauro just opened his burger joint in Singapore earlier this year and many were going crazy for the exclusive Chimichurri Burger (S$24), which comes with herbaceous Chimichurri sauce smothered over grass-fed beef patties imported straight from Argentina.

Make your reservations here.

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📍 88 Amoy St, Singapore 069907
🗓️ 8am–10:30pm (Daily)


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If you’ve watched the newest season of MasterChef Singapore like me, you’d wished you could dig into their creations. Well, here’s your chance to try runner-up Leon’s Chilli Crab Burger with Tofu Fries (S$29.90). Each patty is freshly made with crab and the brioche buns are also baked daily in-house. Some may balk at the price tag but well, the limited 50 sets every day are quickly snatched up.

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📍 169 Stirling Rd, #01-1149, Singapore 140169
🗓️ 12–8pm (Daily)

DB Bistro & Oyster Bar

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While there are plenty of upscale joints selling their own luxe takes on burgers in Singapore, nothing screams “decadent” like The Original DB Burger (S$48). It is truly a gourmet burger with an opulent centrepiece make out of a sirloin patty and stuffed with short ribs and foie gras. It’s a hefty price tag but it’s also a mighty hefty burger, in flavours and make.

Make your reservations here.

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📍 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-48, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 018956
🗓️ 12pm–10pm (Daily)

The guy who will go on a 30 minute monologue about artisan coffee when you ask if they want Starbucks.

23 of the best burgers in Singapore that are worth rolling up your sleeves for

Question: what do you call a juicy, char-grilled patty, loaded with oozy dressings and sweet or savoury toppings, which are softly enveloped between lightly toasted buns that are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside? The perfect burger, that’s what.

While what makes a burger “perfect” is debatable (Is a patty made from Angus beef superior to wagyu? Smoked cheese or ketchup? Caramelised onions or pickles?), what we can all agree on is how sinking our teeth into the perfect burger feels like – heavenly.

And you’ll be thrilled to know that Singapore is the happy home to many eateries that make a mean burger. We’ll leave the debate open on which of these fries up the perfect burger but we’re pretty sure that you’ll find your perfect burger at one of these establishments.

Some of these outlets are nestled away in markets and hawker centres while some others are posh, polished restaurants. But as we say, a burger’s a burger – and if it’s good, it’s damn good, wherever you get it from.

So loosen up those jaw muscles and let’s get chomping! Up ahead, we present to you 23 of the best burgers in Singapore that you can get your hands on. We definitely have our own favourites out of this list, and we’re sure you’ll find yours too!

23 of the best burgers in Singapore to sink your teeth in

1. Skirt & Dirt

Burgers don’t wear skirts! Or do they? These burgers that wear eye-catching crispy cheddar cheese skirts are probably the cutest burgers you’ll hear of today. You’ll find these juicy beef rump patty burgers being dressed to salty, crunchy perfection at a second level stall at the bustling Tiong Bahru Food Centre.

Psst… Skirt & Dirt is also celebrating its one-year anniversary with a special burger – the Truffle Mushroom Burger that we spy on their social feeds. ‘Burgdays’ are best celebrated with special burgers, we say!

Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, Tiong Bahru Market, #02-66, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: 11am – 7pm (daily)
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2. Ashes Burnnit

Originally started by the same good folks who own homegrown Muslim burger powerhouse Burgs by Project Warung (they’ve since parted ways), Ashes Burnnit offers the same quality halal burgers at affordable prices, with a rather obvious twist. The burger buns here come in a charcoal black shade. But nope, the ashes didn’t burn it – the buns are charcoal buns.

Because the patties here are intentionally smashed while they’re cooking on the grill, they’re charred to perfection on the outside while remaining juicy and moist on the inside. Go for the Ashes Smash Cheeseburger for your first taste of their signature smashed patty charcoal burgers – it’s even sprinkled with sweet shallots for that comforting taste of mom’s wok from childhood. You’ll definitely be back for more.

Address: Ashes Burnnit currently has three outlets islandwide: Golden Mile Food Centre, Alexandra Village Food Centre, and Springleaf Eating House – click here for full location details
Opening hours: 11:30am – 8:30pm (daily)
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3. Wolf Burger

You’ll be wolfing these gourmet burgers from Wolf Burger down – that’s how delicious they are. And you can, because they’re so affordably priced, too. The secret to the sumptuous patty is in the cut of meat used, which is a well-guarded one. We’re told it’s a premium mix of beef cuts that grills perfectly for a spot-on, juicy patty every single time.

For their signature, go for the Original Wolf Burger that’s guaranteed to be a howling success. It’s topped with gooey, savoury cheddar cheese and a super-secret special sauce that certainly packs a punch.

Address: Wolf Burger currently has three outlets islandwide: Funan Mall, Pasarbella Suntec, and Tampines Food Co. – click here for full location details
Opening hours: Differs from outlet to outlet, check here for details
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4. Two Blur Guys

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If anything, its hole-in-a-wall locale along Jalan Besar adds some serious street cred to this tiny decade-old burger joint, Two Blur Guys. You won’t go wrong with its house special, the TBG Signature Burger that comprises a satisfying greasy USDA beef patty, topped with sweet relish and tomatoes and dressed with fragrant truffle mayo and nutty melted Gruyere cheese – there’s a reason why it’s the all-time favourite for 10 years and counting.

If you’re feeling a little fancy, we hear the foie gras burger is quite the experience. Featuring two luscious pieces of foie gras on top of a juicy beef patty, it all melts in your mouth so beautifully, like butter in summer.

Address: 387 Jalan Besar, Singapore 209002
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (daily)
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5. 25 Degrees Burgers and Liquor Bar

Fancy spending a leisurely afternoon chowing down on well-made burgers, sipping your cold pours and people watching? You can do it at the swanky 25 Degrees Burgers and Liquor Bar, a happy arrival from Los Angeles.

We hear Hollywood A-listers love this joint in LA and we can totally see why! All their beef burgers are made from air-flown US Angus beef steaks which promise a succulent mouthful with every bite. If you’re fishing for a less red option, you could go for the Yellowfin Tuna that’s no less hearty or satisfying.

Address: 200 Middle Road, Hotel G, Level 1, Singapore 188980
Opening hours: 7am – 10:30pm (daily)
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Wildfire Burgers

A gorgeously marbled wagyu beef burger for under S$15? Yes, you can get it at Wildfire Burgers, an award-winning homegrown burger joint that’s known among the burger lovin’ folk in Singapore. All its burgers are seared to fragrant, smoky perfection in an INKA close-door double-ventilated charcoal grill over Japanese Binchotan charcoal, and cushioned by fluffy, buttery brioche buns.

The aforementioned SRF Wagyu Burger uses premium wagyu from Snake River Farms in the US, and are dressed in the distinctive smoky spiciness of chipotle mayo and sweet caramelised onions. Do get some tissues ready because sinking your teeth into these buns of smoky, juicy goodness can be a messy affair but it’s totally worth the cleanup.

Address:  80 Bencoolen Street, NAFA Campus 1, #01-15, Singapore 189655
Opening hours: 12pm – 3pm; 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Mon to Fri) | 12pm – 3pm; 4.30pm – 10.30pm (Sat & Sun)
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Burger Frites

Unpretentious, solid beef burgers are the star of the show here at this casual burger and fries outlet in Joo Chiat. Opened by the same people who own the popular steakhouse Braseiro that’s known for its quality cuts minus the hefty price tag, Burger Frites offers much of the same but only, burgers.

Zero in on the juicy 180g Angus Beef options for the patty when you traipse down for a bite – you’ll definitely be impressed by how lush and juicy they are. In case you’re curious, the Angus beef patties are made up of USDA Angus brisket, USDA striploin, and Australian wagyu fat.

Hand-crafted brioche buns from artisan bakery Maison Kayser complete the burgers here and we must say, they make a wonderfully smooth finishing touch.

Address:  340 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427592
Opening hours: 12pm – 10pm (daily)
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8. Fatburger

Does Singapore have room for yet another famous burger chain? We supposed the answer is a resounding yes, if it’s THE Fatburger from Hollywood. In a list full of juicy beef burgers char-grilled to perfection, Fatburger’s signature offering stands out for being, well, extremely large.

Meet the XXXL Burger (that’s extra extra EXTRA large for you!) – an impressive four-patty burger that teeters precariously the moment it is assembled. It’s near impossible to chomp down neatly on this one, so you may as well embrace the mess. Go on, add an extra fried egg to amp it up some more, and slurp it all up, juicy patties creamy relish and all.

We highly recommend grabbing a milkshake from the dedicated milkshake bar to wash it all down – there’s just something so comforting about the combination of burgers and milkshakes.

Address: Fatburger currently has five outlets islandwide: Novena Square, Star Vista, Kinex, NEWest, and Orchard Cineleisure – click here for full location details
Opening hours: Differs from outlet to outlet, check here for details
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Five Guys

Another day, another big burger name from the US… but big, REALLY big. With more than 1,600 outlets in the US, Five Guys has finally arrived on our shores in 2019 after a much-anticipated wait and we’re all here for it! We especially love that the burgers here are so customisable – choose from a whopping 15 ingredients to create the burger of your dreams.

You can even double up on the patties, which are a respectable 100g of very juicy meat. Turns out that they’re so naturally flavourful and succulent because they’re air-flown chilled and not frozen. To indulge, have the burgers with a creamy milkshake alongside. We hear the unusual-sounding combination of banana, salted caramel, and bacon bits is a secret winner that tastes surprisingly like Snickers.

Address: Five Guys currently has two outlets islandwide: Plaza Singapura and NEX – click here for full location details
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (daily, except on Tuesdays at the Plaza Singapura outlet which closes at 8. 30pm)
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10. VeganBurg

If the vegan life chose you but you’re still pining for ghosts of hearty, meaty burgers past, you’ll want to make a beeline for VeganBurg. Burgers at VeganBurg are, as you may infer from the name of the store, 100% plant-based.

Another big plus point? Vegan burger lovers will really enjoy the wide assortment of plant-based patties available here. Our recommendation has to be the bestselling Char-Grilled Satay Burger, with a patty that is made from GMO-free soybeans, drenched with sweet satay sauce and paired with tangy pineapples for a refreshing kick.

We know this sounds like a travesty but you could make your burger even healthier (yes, really) by switching out the gluten-free buns for a lettuce wrap – it’s surprisingly satisfying, trust us.

Address: 44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419502
Opening hours: 11.30am – 9.30am (daily)
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For a quintessential all-American diner experience, you’ll want to head on over to OverEasy, for unbeatable diner fare with a fabulous bayside view of the Singapore skyline. They just do classic burgers so well – think succulent wagyu blend chuck patties seared just right, encased by fluffy potato buns that are literally soft as a cloud.

If you’ve got a yearning for a burger with a little more pizazz, the sumptuous Truffle Burger with its homemade truffle mayo, Swiss cheese and a generous serving of mushrooms will hit all the right spots. And of course, wash it all down with a milkshake.

Address:1 Fullerton Road, One Fullerton Singapore, #01-06, Singapore 049213
Opening hours: 12pm – 3pm; 5pm – 10.30pm (Tue to Sun) | Closed on Mondays
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12. Omakase Burger

You may have seen these stores around Singapore and heard the hype. And what they say about Omakase Burgers dishing out one of the best burgers on our island is all true.

The beef patties are hand-ground and smashed before they’re carefully grilled to tender perfection. The other deal sealer? The secret sauce. Packed full of umami, it’s flavourful and lends another dimension to the juicy patties and soft potato buns.

If this is your maiden visit to one of Omakase’s stores, try the signature Omakase Burger. It is simplicity par excellence, with every single ingredient done to perfection.

Address: Omakase Burger currently has six outlets islandwide: Orchard Central, Bukit Timah, Bedok, [email protected], East Coast, and Robertson Quay – click here for full location details
Opening hours: Differs from outlet to outlet, check here for details
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13. Three Buns

One of Singapore’s most well-known burger names has to be Three Buns, which expanded into its own premises at Robertson Quay just last year from Potato Head. And it’s not difficult to see why: a menu comprising classic burgers and new creations that promise a taste odyssey.

Every patty is made from two prime cuts of grass-fed vintage Australian Black Angus, so you know it’s absolutely the real deal with these not-so-little babies. Even the ketchup here is handmade – testament, we think, to the owner’s commitment to excellence and perfection. Don’t leave without trying Da Cheese Master, a regular cheeseburger that’s extra special courtesy of a white miso paste dressing.

Address: 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
Opening hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon to Thu) | 12pm – 12am (Fri) | 10am – 2am (Sat) | 10am – 10pm (Sun)
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14. (working title) Burger Bar

A halal-certified gourmet burger joint sounds excellent to us, so say hello to (working title) Burger Bar. We recommend steering off the beaten path of beef burgers here and giving the unconventional burger options a try, mostly because they’re so darn delicious.

We spy lamb and crab on their menu and reviews agree that they’re swimmingly awesome! If you really have to go with beef because burgers aren’t burgers without it, we recommend the impressive Tower of Power: a veritable three-patty construction bolstered by a tasty rosti packed in.

Address: 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751
Opening hours: 9am – 10pm (Mon to Thu, Sun) | 9am – 11pm (Fri & Sat)
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15. Hans Im Glück

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For burgers right out of a fairy-tale, look no further than German burger grill Hans Im Glück. Sitting pretty under a magical birch forest whilst taking bites out of delicious burgers offers an unforgettable experience and we think you’ll be back for more.

The burgers at Hans come in a few bun options: sourdough, multigrain, the bread-less naked, or the limited-time-only pretzel bun. Hans’ version of the classic beef burger, the Birkenwald, definitely holds its own against its American counterparts. The patty is cooked just right, topped with mushrooms and slathered with tangy sour cream chive sauce, resulting in an explosion of juices with every expectant mouthful.

Best enjoyed with a glass of Hans’ in-house pours of delicate-looking cocktails and mocktails.

Address: Hans Im Glück currently has four outlets islandwide: Raffles Place, Orchard Road, Boat Quay, and VivoCity – click here for full location details
Opening hours: Differs from outlet to outlet, check here for details
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16. Shake Shack

Ah, would any list of the best burgers in Singapore ever be complete without Shake Shack? When news first broke of its arrival in Singapore two short years ago, there was a collective whoop of excitement – backed up by the snaking queues outside its doors at Jewel Changi Airport way beyond its opening month.

Here’s why: an unbeatable classic cheeseburger made from fatty Angus beef patties that are seared to precision to yield a crunchy outside while remaining juicy and moist inside. The tightly-kept secret recipe to the Shake Sauce is also a winner, giving the burgers the right amount of kick and flavour for the perfect bite.

With more outlets opening around our sunny island (you can check out our review of the latest outlet in Gardens by the Bay here), we hope this means there’ll be less waiting for our favourite burgers!

Address: Shack Shack currently has seven outlets islandwide: Jewel Changi Airport, Neil Road, Orchard Road, Suntec City, VivoCity, and Great World – click here for full location details
Opening hours: Differs from outlet to outlet, check here for details
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Burger & Lobster

You’d never have known but lobsters pair like a dream with beef patties and make for the most luxe, decadent burger. Try it at London-based Burger & Lobster, which opened to much excitement in 2019 at Jewel Changi Airport.

The B&L Beast Burger is an impressive beef and lobster burger that comprises a solid 170g Nebraskan beef patty that’s been grilled with tender loving care, and chunks of wild-caught succulent lobster. Topped off with creamy brie and truffle mayo, and sweet Chinese cabbage slaw, it’s probably one of the lushest burgers you will taste, the perfect marriage of land and sea in one sumptuous bun.

Address: Burger & Lobster currently has two outlets islandwide: Jewel Changi Airport and Raffles Hotel – click here for full location details
Opening hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon to Thu, Sun) | 11am – 10pm (Fri & Sat)
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18. Carne

Carne is the passion project of Maulo Colagreco, the chef behind the world’s best restaurant in 2019 – and its first outpost outside of his native Argentina. Pedigree assured, tuck into Carne’s sustainable fare with your eye on their burgers.

We really like the Beef and Chimichurri Burger, a shiok Singapore-exclusive creation that features grass-fed Argentinian beef in 160g cuts, local greens, and a flavourful dressing of sour-and-tangy house-made chimichurri sauce (a delicious concoction of vinegar, garlic, herbs, and chilli).

Address: 88 Amoy Street, Singapore 069907
Opening hours: 8.15am – 9.45pm (daily)
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19. Burnt Ends

Perfect for unabashed carnivores among us, Michelin-starred Burnt Ends serves up meats of the absolute highest quality. And while not a burger joint per se, it’s telling, then, that the one and only burger on its menu has made this list.

Ladies and gents, dive right in with their signature burger, The Sanger. It’s a pulled-pork wonder that simply melts in your mouth with every bite. Combined with smoky chipotle aioli that’s a tad spicy and cool coleslaw wedged in between pillowy brioche buns, you’ll be back for this burger over and over.

Address:  20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391
Opening hours: 11.45am – 11pm (Mon to Sat) | Closed on Sundays
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20. Wagyu Bites

Meet Wagyu Bites, the sister restaurant to Japanese yakiniku joint Aburiya, whose chefs procure wagyu of the highest quality at prestigious wagyu auctions in Japan. In a brilliant way of not letting these premium offcuts go to waste due to the size requirements of yakiniku presentation, Wagyu Bites turns these quality morsels into yummy, moist and tender wagyu burgers.

All its burgers contain said A4 wagyu with even more fat added in while it is being hand-chopped, so you get an extremely juicy patty that’s sandwiched between custom-made whole-meal Hattendo buns with a satisfying glazed top.

If you’re feeling particularly ravenous, you’ll do well with the Triple Cheese Burger – a mammoth triple patty burger with thrice the cheese and juice. Also good to try are the Roast Beef Cheese Burger and the very luxe-sounding Foie Gras Burger.

Address:  78/79 Boat Quay, Singapore 049867
Opening hours:  6pm – 9pm (daily)
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21. Black Tap

Snazzy NYC burger joint Black Tap has landed in Singapore, making the glitzy Marina Bay Sands its first home here. Go for the classic beef burger if you want something you’ll definitely love, the thick prime beef patty is cooked medium-well and remains pink and extremely juicy, a nice surprise indeed! It even feels a bit like you’re eating a steak in between buttery, toasty bread – it’s that good.

If you’re feeling adventurous, we say go for the burger that New Yorkers love the most: The Greg Norman, a strong-smelling blue cheese burger that’s basically a durian equivalent to the rest of the world that you’ll either love…or not.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands Shoppes, L1-80, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: 12pm – 10. 30pm (Mon to Fri) | 11am – 10.30pm (Sat & Sun)
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22. BurgerLabo

If even its “basic” beef burger is the result of six years of heavy research and development (and counting!), you know this isn’t your everyday ordinary burger.

With a delectable beef patty that’s created from a premium blend of grass-fed Black Angus neck and Toriyama Wagyu A4 brisket and tenderloin, you know you’re in for a right treat at the first bite of its signature basic burger, affectionally known as “BB”. This star patty is even brushed with bone marrow butter for an even richer mouthful, and we don’t know how much more sumptuous you can go with this.

We highly recommend trying this at least once for the experience of trying one man’s tireless quest to develop The Perfect Burger in Singapore.

Address: Block 41 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109454
Opening hours: 12pm – 3pm; 6pm – 10. 30pm (Tue to Sat) | Closed on Sundays and Mondays
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23. 8ASH

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This multi-concept pop-up diner flexes some serious pop culture cred by paying tribute to Netflix’s Riverdale, with its interior looking an awful lot like Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe from the hit series.

Two out of the three brands housed here are burger stores: Mirai Burgers and Love Handle Burgers, so you’ll definitely want to drop by for your Japanese or vegan burger fix. The variety is really quite impressive, so we’ll just leave you with two of the most outstanding burgers for starters.

Have a go at the juicy Katsu Okonomiyaki burger, which has a fried-to-perfection katsu pork cutlet with bonito flakes sprinkled all over; or the Fillet-O-Fishless burger which is made of soy and corn and tastes just like a respectable flaky fish fillet.

Address: 8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069788
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Wed) | 11am – 10. 30pm (Thu to Sat) | Closed on Sundays
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11 gourmet burger restaurants in Singapore to satisfy your craving

We all love a good burger from Maccas or Burger King.

Yes, the taste of childhood cannot be compared to, but there are so many gourmet burger options available island-wide that are so much better in terms of quality — be it due to freshly made buns, grass-fed beef patties or even sustainably sourced vegetables.

Whether you like your patty medium or well-done, smothered in cheese and topped with bacon, or even plant-based, here are 11 gourmet burger places that are heading to your homes during Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) to tide you through tough times.

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Overeasy is one of the first few places in Singapore you’d think of when you’re hankering for a good ol’ classic American-style burger. Think juicy wagyu chuck blend patties served between pillowy, toasted brioche buns — yes, it does taste as amazing as it sounds. Hungry diners should definitely get the Double Trouble, which features two patties with OverEasy’s secret sauce, but those looking for a more decadent meal, the truffle burger (made complete with sauteed onions, mushrooms and truffle mayo!) is the choice pick for you.

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The roast meat specialists from the now-defunct Carvers & Co opened Wolf Burgers in 2016 and have never looked back since. Despite innovative creations like the King Salmon Burger and the Wasabi Fried Fish Burger, the Original Wolf Burger has always been the store’s bestselling option on the menu. The hefty burger comes with a thick mouthwatering piece of beef patty and a generous amount of caramelised onions, making it a no-frills fix for any burger fanatic out there.

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McDonald’s might have taken out the veggie burger from its menu, but there are other options for plant-based diets out there. Before Impossible and Beyond Meat landed on our shores, VeganBurg has always been the go-to stop for a guilt-free burger. The San Francisco brand’s bestsellers may be the Smoky BBQ and the Avocado Beetroot, but the other options like the Hawaiian Teriyaki and the Chili Krab Burg don’t fare too far behind either. If you’re trying to cut down on carbs, VeganBurg allows you to switch your bun up for a lettuce wrap too.

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Every bite of the succulent burgers from 25 Degrees is one to remember — from the moment you use both your hands to pick it up the sizeable bun to the juicy medium-rare patties, no detail is spared in its making. The joint is offering its four signature burger options in the takeaway and delivery menu, along with other crowd favourite sides like the Filthy Fries, a piping hot plate of potato goodness topped with bacon gravy, caramelised onions and a generous serving of cheese.

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Omakase Burger took Singapore by storm in 2013, long before Shake Shack came into the picture. Fresh, sloppy delights made with USDA Choice Grade beef patties are grilled to a glistening char and paired with the Omakase Burger’s secret sauce and applewood-smoked bacon: this is the definition of fast-food on steroids for sure. Looking to go plant-based? Impossible beef options are available as well.

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What do you get when you cross a restaurant specialising in slabs of thick, smokey cuts of meat and a burger? That’s a trick question because the answer is always going to be MeatSmith. Here at the barbeque smokehouse, pair juicy, smoke-kissed patties with perfectly melted cheese, crunchy pickles and sturdy potato buns for a burger unlike any other. We’d go for the Beef Marmalade Cheeseburger or the classic MS Cheeseburger, but feel free to select from six other decadent options if you’d like.

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Environmentally conscious or not, you’ll want to grab a taste of the burgers over at Carne. The Argentinian burger joint (founded by chef Mauro Colagreco, the chef of the World’s Best Restaurant) set up shop in Singapore earlier this year in partnership with il Lido Group. We won’t say too much — read our full review here. Free islandwide delivery is available for all orders with a S$50 minimum spend. Diners who choose to self-collect can quote “PICKUP15” at checkout for a 15 percent discount.

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German Burgergrill Hans Im Gluck has partnered with Deliveroo to serve a limited-edition burger, Goldipops, from now to 31 May 2021. An upgraded version of the restaurant’s own SCHNÖRKELLOSER burger, the beef burger is stuffed with Kaya Butter Toast popcorn that’s been sprinkled with edible gold flakes for an elevated touch. Each Goldipops set comes with fries and a drink, for pick-up or delivery orders at all five Hans Im Gluck outlets, only on Deliveroo.

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Apart from amazing farm-to-table vegetables ready for your next cooked meal at home, Michelin-starred Nouri is also churning out some gourmet burgers from their kitchen during this trying season. For now, the restaurant has three burgers available: the Seoulburger, the Veggie burger and the Perfection burger. Just a note for those thinking of ordering: the burgers aren’t available for a la carte orders — each one comes in a set with seaweed fries and a vanilla (boozy option available) milkshake or a kombucha.

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If you love Korean anything as much as we do, then your next burger fix should be from BBBurgers. The names of these Korean smashed burgers speak for themselves: the Gochujang Fried Chikin’ Burger, for instance, is a portion of sweet, spicy, perfectly glazed and oh-so-tender fried chicken patty that’s tucked between fresh Kimchi-slaw and toasted brioche buns. If that doesn’t make you salivate, we don’t know what will.

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DJ nights at Gem Bar may be a thing of the past for now, but perhaps we can reminisce all the good memories we had with some of their bites. Gem Bar is showcasing their food menu for the very first time during this Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) with burgers and sides for diners to take their pick from. We particularly enjoyed the Pork Belly Burger, crafted with a slow-cooked Sukiyaki pork belly that was just the right size for small eaters. Feeling a little more peckish than usual? The Handshake Burger, generously stuffed with a 200-gram beef patty, shallots and bearnaise sauce will do the trick.

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15 Best Burgers in Singapore

Everyone loves a good burger, and the varieties are aplenty in our hungry city. However, when it comes to giving authentic beef patties the respect they truly deserve or dishing out a perfectly crisp & juicy chicken burger, the competition thins out.

Discover Cheeseburger fun facts and a list of the best Cheeseburgers in town here!

36 Keong Saik Road
Singapore (089143) Map
Must Try: Burning Man Burger
This burger needs no introduction: a juicy 150g Black Angus beef patty, topped with a slice of smoked applewood cheddar, and roasted jalapeño relish in a toasted whole meal bun. Perfection.

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60 Robertson Quay
The Quayside
Singapore (238252) Map
Must Try: Da Cheese Master

Behold—it’s the cheese master! There’s a reason why this cheeky restaurant-bar at Robertson Quay is so popular. We love everything on their extensive menu, but what really takes the cake for us is their “Da Cheese Master”. Who can say no to miso mustard, charred onions, and a buttery brioche bun? We sure can’t.

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362 Orchard Road
International Building
Singapore (238887) Map
Must Try: Elsässer
With its own range of housemade sauces and the freedom to choose between multi-grain and sourdough buns, this popular burger joint will have you spoilt for choice when craving a juicy beef burger. But the distinctive combination of brie and lingonberries in the Elsässer is simply, mindblowingly delectable!

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167 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore (068618) Map
Must Try: Fried Chicken Sandwich
Who doesn’t love a generous portion of Southern fried chicken? Meatsmith does their chicken burger right with a perfectly crisp & juicy piece of fried chicken basically spilling out of its brioche buns. What’s more, the chipotle-based dressing adds just the right level of spice that all Singaporeans love.
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110 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore (068579) Map
Must Try: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich
The pulled pork burger at Moosehead is just a delicious hot mess with a generous portion of the most tender, BBQ-marinated pulled pork, and an equally generous portion of refreshing crunchy coleslaw. You’ll be dreaming of this burger for weeks to come.
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17 Jalan Klapa
Singapore (199329) Map
Must Try: The Beast Burger

A BEASTLY combination of 1.6 pounds of juicy beef patty, 1 pound of slow cooked pulled pork & a delightful piece of buttermilk fried chicken – this burger is the best of ALL worlds. Finish it in under 60 mins to have it free!

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208 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore (068642) Map
Must Try: Signature Cheese Burger

Oozing with juiciness, this signature burger ticks all the right boxes for the perfect burger. Great quality beef patty? Check. Soft & fluffy bun? Check. Spice? Delicious House Sauce? BACON? Check, check, check!
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8 Raffles Avenue
Esplanade Mall
Singapore (039802) Map
Must Try: Double Patty Melt
Blending wagyu fat with freshly ground chuck to produce two juicy beef patties, that are dusted with a house spice mix, before being layered with slices of American cheese, topped with homemade bacon ketchup and sliced pickles, and sandwiched in a soft brioche bun.
Food & Drink Menu, Brunch Menu

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1 Fullerton Road
One Fullerton
Singapore (049213) Map
Must Try: The Truffle Burger

Calling all truffle lovers! The Signature Wagyu chuck blend patty and the fragrant truffle-infused mayo generously slathered atop a mountain of sauteed mushrooms just screams ‘match made in heaven’!

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31 Boat Quay
Singapore (049820) Map
Must Try: Classic Wagyu Burger

Served with Dallas fries and coleslaw, this Classic Wagyu Burger comes highly recommended. The hearty bun features American cheese, tomato, lettuce and caramelised onions atop a tender wagyu beef patty. Can you resist this fully stacked burger of nothing but goodness?
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2 Bayfront Avenue
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore (018972) Map
Must Try: The Original db Burger

Meat lovers, this one’s for you. This behemoth of a burger features 2 fluffy buns that hold together a THICK short rib patty, which also hides another delicious surprise within it—a slab of foie gras for that added flavour and dimension. Talk about decadence.
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387 Jalan Besar
Singapore (209002) Map
Must Try: Prime Beef Burger
Combining prime beef, sweet relish, Gruyere cheese, and truffle mayo – the Prime Beef burger at Two Blur Guys is delicious, hearty, and just the perfect dose of beefy-ness!

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510 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1
Bishan Park 1
Singapore (569983) Map

Must Try: Vintage Beef Cheeseburger

A Grubbers’ favourite, this cheeseburger is the prime example that sometimes, a simple, no frills burger is all you need. Their thick & juicy patty made from aged Spanish beef, with melted sharp cheddar and French butter buns make for one satisfying-as-hell burger. 


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50 Cuscaden Road
HPL House
Singapore (249724) Map
Must Try: BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger
If you love your food with a little crunch, this is the burger you’ve been looking for! Topped with perfectly crisp shoestring onions, the most aromatic smoked bacon, housemade barbecue sauce & more, this Black Angus steak burger is what dreams are made of. 
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88 Amoy Street
Singapore (069907) Map
Must Try: Crispy Chicken Burger

Heard of Argentinian burgers? With three Michelin Stars under its belt, CARNE is not a place to be missed if you’re a burger lover. This Crispy Chicken Burger combines a poussin chicken thigh with fresh green cabbage, chilli pickled organic cucumber and drizzled with an organic yoghurt dressing – simple yet delectable.

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Burgers for every taste bud

​​Nothing says “indulgent” more than a burger. From wagyu beef, fried chicken, pulled pork to vegetarian alternatives like Impossible meat and portobello mushroom patties, there’s a ton of patty fillings to choose from. Complete the stack with veggies and a wide range of delicious sauces to build the perfect burger. With great versatility and plenty of variations, burgers are one dish that everyone undoubtedly loves. If you’re overwhelmed by so many burger joints and not sure where’s a good place for decent burgers, fret not! Our list of 15 best burgers in Singapore has got you covered. Get your hands dirty and try out these recommendations, you’re well on your way to becoming a burger connoisseur!

Go adventurous with your burgers!

Surely, we’re all well versed with American cheeseburgers, but have you explored burgers from other parts of the world? Get your hands on drool-worthy German or Argentinian burgers for a taste of something different. If you’re a foie gras lover, make sure to try db Bistro & Oyster Bar’s decadent Original db Burger for added flavour and dimension. Truffle fans, you’re missing out if you haven’t sunk your teeth into Overeasy’s Truffle Burger because that truffle-infused mayo paired with the wagyu beef patty will have you salivating for more. What are you waiting for? Head down to these restaurants and eat your way through the best burgers in Singapore.

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Burger is a kind of sandwich that those from the Western part of the world enjoy. While the standard burgers can be found in McDonalds, KFC or Burger King, burgers in restaurants may have their own unique twist that others may not offer.

Follow us as we introduce you to the 10 Best Burger in Singapore you won’t want to miss out on, and treat yourself to a meal that would take you places!

1. Lombardo’s Burgers Singapore

Source: TimeOut Singapore

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Great Interior Atmosphere
– Free Wi-Fi
– Music in the restaurant
Address 15 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089481
Email (For Reservations)  [email protected]
Contact Number +65 6970 9470 (Restaurant Number)
Operating Hours 11:30am to 8:30pm (Tues – Sun)
Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays
Online Reviews 168 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6 / 5.0 stars)

Located near the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Lombardos is founded in 2010 by Chef Martijn Verdonk with a business partner of his. Originating from Amsterdam, this restaurant gives patrons a multi-sensory experience in a homely atmosphere.

By mixing flavours and textures to get something new, the variety of burgers available are also unique. Some of them include the Spicy Kimchi Burger, Singapore Fling Burger, and even Dutch Cheese burger. All burgers are made with the best ingredients available, so it’s a go-to place for those who want to indulge a bit.

2. Burnt Ends

Source: Burpple

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Open Kitchen
– Fun & relaxed atmosphere
Address 20 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088391
Contact Number +65 6224 3933
Operating Hours 11:45am–11pm (Mon – Sat)
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Online Reviews 1,019 Google reviews Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5 / 5.0 stars)

A popular BBQ place for families and friends, Burnt Ends has established itself to be an excellent place to dine. Run by Chef/Owner Dave Pynt, it has an open concept kitchen, complete with equipment such as a four-tonne, dual cavity oven and four elevation grills. This gives customers a chance to watch their food get made while waiting.

The restaurant also comes up with new menus everyday and runs on the belief that cooking in the old-fashioned way yields best results. You can expect a mouth-watering and unpretentious experience with the juicy meats being roasted in red-hot ovens that can go up to 700 Degree Celsius.

3. Wildfire Burgers

Source: Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Dessert such as Burnt Cheesecake is available
– Selection of Drinks (alcoholic drinks, coffee and tea) available
Address 80 Bencoolen Street, #01-15, 1 NAFA Campus, Singapore 189655
Contact Number +65 6224 3933
Operating Hours 12–3pm, 5:30–10pm (Daily)
Closed Public Holidays
Online Reviews 250 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.4 / 5.0 stars)

Famous for its flavourful patties grilled over Japanese Binchotan charcoal, this restaurant has won the title of Asia’s Best Burger within 12 months of its debut. A burger haven located in the middle of Singapore’s arts, heritage and design districts in Bugis/Bras Basah, this is the ideal place if you are craving for a burger while enjoying the finest arts of Singapore.

With the kitchen team having a professional background with one of them being part of a team that opened another restaurant before, this is definitely not just any burger joint in the streets. By combining their skills and the kitchen’s Binchotan-charcoal-fired INKA grill, they are able to produce Wildfire Burgers’ unique smoky taste in the menu. A unique burger will include the Korean Army Stew Burger.

4. Burger & Lobster Raffles Hotel

Source: Burger and Lobster

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – High-class atmosphere
– Serves dessert such as Cheesecake Tart and Molten Chocolate Lava Cake
Address 328 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188719
Contact Number +65 6971 6127
Operating Hours 11am–9:30pm (Daily)
Closed Public Holidays
Online Reviews 454 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.4 / 5.0 stars)

In 2011, an idea on a London rooftop was shared by four schoolmates. The concept of a restaurant where the main ingredients used would be burger and lobster. Starting from a small Irish pub in Mayfair, it now has restaurants across countries such as New York, Bangkok, Dubai Malaysia, Kuwait and Singapore.

Made of the best quality ingredient, from the Nebraskan family-farmed beef to the freshest Atlantic lobsters, you can guarantee that you will leave the restaurant with your belly filled with satisfaction.

Being inside a hotel, this is where customers will be able to enjoy an amazing Burger & Lobster experience in a quaint elegance that Raffles Hotel is known for. Elegant and yet family friendly, it is great for anyone who enjoys a relaxed ambience with their food and drink. With fancy environment and high-class food, is it a wonder why it made it to this list of best burger in Singapore?

5. Potato Head Singapore

Source: TripAdvisor

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Unique Atmosphere
– Drive-Thru
– Delivery Service Available
Address 36 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089143
Contact Number +65 6327 1939
Operating Hours 11am–12am (Daily)
Closed Public Holidays
Online Reviews 2,179 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

Located in one of the most well-established buildings on Keong Saik Road, this unique restaurant is closer to a private house. It offers four types of environments: the dynamic burger restaurant; a living room, where the atmosphere is a little more relaxed with table service, the third is a private studio, which makes for a great drinking area, and finally the rooftop garden, where it doubles as a open-air bar.

Visitors will have a choice to either mix the drastically distinct restaurants and bars for the ideal combination, or they can visit each one of them separately depending on the mood, occasion or time of day. With a diversity of homemade sauces and pickles, Potato Head Singapore makes clever modern touches to the traditional burgers.

6. HANS IM GLÜCK German Burgergrill

Source: DanielFoodDiary

Type of Information  Details
Address 39C Harding Rd, Singapore 249541
09 Raffles Place, #01-03, Singapore 048619
Boat Quay, 71, Singapore 049860
Contact Number +65 9750 1488 (Orchard Road)
+65 9738 5662 (Raffles Place)
+65 9738 5310 (Boat Quay)
Operating Hours 7am–3am (Daily)
Closed Public Holidays
Online Reviews 1,712 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

There is always something for everyone out there with HANS IM GLÜCK German Burgergrill. Made from only the freshest ingredients of the best quality, they make the plain old burger into an interesting, yet healthy and tasty meal for all to enjoy. From classic sour doughs to multi-grain bun, there are plenty of buns to compliment your burgers. You can even go for breadless burgers if you so wish to.

There are tons of choices to choose from. Options include tender chicken breast or juicy beef, vegetarian or vegan, addition of ingredients such as grilled vegetables, fig jam & feat cheese, avocado and rocket leaves. There are even options for cheese, such as aged Cheddar Cheese or Italian Parmesan cheese.

7. OverEasy

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – American-style Diner
– Amazing views
Address 39C Harding Rd, Singapore 249541
Contact Number +65 9129 8484
Operating Hours 10am –1am (Daily, Dine-in)
12pm – 8:30pm (Pickup, Open on all days except Mondays)
11am–9pm (Delivery, Daily)
Closed Public Holidays
Online Reviews 2,179 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

First started in 2009, OverEasy is the place to go for a taste of American lifestyle. OverEasy serves everything American. From the American-style classics, to amazing milkshakes and American-based drinks, this restaurant is the go-to for a fully belly at all hours.

Even better? OverEasy is nearby the bay and provides amazing views of the Marina Bay skyline. It is a great way to wind down after a long day at work. Heavily inspired by the 1960s and 70s edgy, colourful spirit, the interior is the modern interpretation of the typical American diner. It also brings the color to the business atmosphere and add cheer to the otherwise professional district.

8. Ministry of Burgers

Source: Burpple

Type of Information  Details
Website (Facebook)
Highlights to Note – Halal Certified
– Reasonable prices
Address 1 Pasir Ris Close #01, K101, Singapore 519599
Contact Number +65 8182 6497
Operating Hours 11am–10pm (Daily)
Closed on Public Holidays
Online Reviews 2,179 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

Here is a favourite for those who wants the local twist to the foreign burger. At Ministry of Burger, the burgers are served the the Ramly Style. With this restaurant, those who long for the pasar malam (Night Market) food will not need to crave any longer. Enjoy freshly prepared Halal burgers with an option for customization.

The restaurant’s burger patties are usually wrapped with an egg, with loads of seasonings and sauces for the ultimate local twist! Affordable yet scrumptious, it always leaves its customers coming back for more.

9. Fatboy’s The Burger Bar

Source: Quandoo

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Option to build your own burger
– Serve a variety of good food such as Fat Basterd Burger and Salted Egg Fries
Address 187 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574335
29 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277687
Contact Number +65 6252 8780 (Upper Thomson Rd)
+65 6463 2312 (Lor Mambong)
Email (for reservations) [email protected]
Operating Hours Upper Thomson Road:
12pm–11pm (Mon – Fri)
11am–11pm (Sat & Sun)
Closed on Public Holidays

Lor Mambong:
4pm–12am (Mon – Thurs)
12pm–12am (Fri – Sun)

Online Reviews 2,179 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

First established on 25th September 2009, Fatboy’s goals are to provide burger lovers with a real deal of delicious homemade burgers. With the menu being catered to authenticity and tailored to the restaurant’s and customer’s personalities, you will definitely find something that will suit your taste buds.

If you ever want to design your very own burger, look no further than Fatboy’s The Burger Bar! With their specialties being burgers and the choice to make your own burger, Fatboy’s The Burger Bar’s menu is a must-try in this list!

10. Burger Frites

Type of Information  Details
Highlights to Note – Café-style atmosphere
– Brioche buns have buttery richness, and is also soft with some milk taste to it.
Address 340 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427592
Contact Number +65 9119 1158
Operating Hours 11am–10pm (Daily)
Closed on Public Holidays
Online Reviews 2,179 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

A newly established burger restaurant that opened a few years back in 2019, Burger Frites will impress you with its café-like and well-furnished interior designs, making it a popular hangout place. Founded by the same people behind the steakhouse Braseiro, they provide amazing beef burgers. These burgers are usually accompanied by ingredients such as lettuce, tomatoes or cheese.

It may not be fancy and the choices are limited to a small variety, but they have an impeccable interpretation of a beef burger.


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The Definitive Guide to the Best Burgers in Singapore

PUBLISHED May 28th, 2020 07:00 am | UPDATED June 8th, 2020 12:26 pm

Do you remember your first real burger? It was probably a pivotal moment in your life, complete with gloriously juicy beef, fresh veggies, and maybe some extra stringy cheese. It might even have started you down a path of no return, making you crave for that mouthwatering taste and irresistible aroma every moment of your life – sorry, waistline. Now that we’ve got you salivating, here’s a round up of the best burgers in Singapore.


The brainchild of the folks from Naked Finn, BurgerLabo is the culmination of years of R&D to craft the crème de la crème of burgers. Apart from its name, there’s absolutely nothing basic about the Basic Burger (S$18 for single patty, S$39 for double patty). Brushed with a special bone marrow butter, the cushiony buns are layered with a thick 120g patty made from a blend of four different types of premium beef. Also fighting for the top rank is the ambrosial Chicken Burger (S$20) – a recipe by two-Michelin star chef Julien Royer – that includes a tangy garlic yoghurt sauce and ‘Frenchie’ salsa.

BurgerLabo is located at 41 Malan Rd, Singapore 109454, p.+65 6694 0807. Open 11am–8pm daily.

**During this circuit breaker, BurgerLabo is open for takeaway (from Naked Finn) and delivery from 11am–8pm daily. To order, call +65 6694 0807. Check out their takeaway menu here.

Shake Shack

Once a humble food cart at Manhattan’s Madison Square Park, Shake Shack is now a massively popular burger chain with over 170 outlets around the world. Start with the classic ShackBurger (S$9.20), layered with a succulent beef patty, crunchy lettuce and a dollop of their special ShackSauce. For a veggie alternative, devour the ‘Shroom Burger (S$10.80) that packs a crisp-fried portobello mushroom filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheese. Wash it all down with a creamy dreamy hand-spun Pandan Shake topped with gula melaka crumble (S$7.80).

Shake Shack is located at 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Airport #02-256, Singapore 819666. Open 11am-8pm daily; 89 Neil Road #01-01, Singapore 088849. Open 11am-9pm daily.

**During this circuit breaker, Shake Shack is open for takeaway and delivery via Foodpanda.

Burger Bar New York

Hidden along the narrow back alley that is Gemmill Lane, a mysterious neon burger sign signals your arrival at Burger Bar New York. If you’re up for a good ol’ fashioned American burger without any exaggerated twists, the no-frills Bacon Cheeseburger (S$21.19) is not to be overlooked. Sandwiched with onions, pickles, tomatoes, and lettuce, enjoy the full works of a moist, succulent burger at this retro diner. 

Burger Bar New York is located at 115 Amoy St, #01-03, Singapore 069935, p. +65 6221 8648. Open Mon-Wed 11.30am – 9.30pm, Thu – Sat 11.30am – 11.30pm, Sun 11.30am – 8pm.

**During this circuit breaker, Burger Bar New York is open Mon-Wed 11.30am– 9pm, Thu–Sat 11.30am–10pm, Sun 11.30am–8pm for takeaway and delivery via Deliveroo and GrabFood.

DB Bistro & Oyster Bar

Chef Boulud is widely credited with elevating the simple burger into an art form, and his creation is often heralded as one of the most delicious burgers in Singapore. We’re talking about The Original DB Burger(S$45) made with a massive sirloin patty stuffed with tender braised short ribs and creamy foie gras, then wedged inside fluffy parmesan buns to complete the magic. Is it possibly the most epic burger available on our island? We think so!

DB Bistro & Oyster Bar is located at 2 Bayfront Ave, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, #B1-48, Singapore 018956, p. 6688 8525. Open Mon-Fri 12pm – 5pm, 5.30pm – 10pm. Sat-Sun 11am – 5pm, 5.30pm – 11pm. 

**During this circuit breaker, DB Bistro & Oyster Bar is closed.

25 Degrees

This Los Angeles stalwart brings its West Coast flavours to our shores with a myriad of gourmet burgers, milkshakes, wine, and beer. Ordering is made simple with its straightforward listing of signature burgers from numbers one to five. For one that packs a punch, Number Three (S$15) bursts with the intense flavours of a beefy patty, mezzo secco jack cheese, green chilli, chipotle, and sliced avocado. For an interesting alternative, you might want to dive right into Number Four (S$15), which sees an unconventional yellowfin tuna patty layered with spicy aioli.

25 Degrees is located at Hotel G Singapore, 200 Middle Rd, Singapore 188980, p. +65 6809 7990. Open daily 11am–3am.

**During this circuit breaker, 25 Degrees is open daily 11am–11pm for takeaway and delivery via Deliveroo and Foodpanda.

Three Buns by Potato Head Singapore

Split between the ground and second floor of Potato Head at Keong Saik, these gastronomically-sound burgers come in the form of everything from lamb and chicken to crab and beef. Stacked with a heaping 150g of Dorper Lamb, the Rambo (S$21) is armed with feta, aubergine pickle, and cumin aioli packed between fluffy wholemeal buns. Then there’s the Truff Ryder (S$34) that boasts a Tasmanian Vintage beef patty, seared foie gras, truffle onion marmalade and den miso mayo somehow fitting inside a toasted demi-brioche bun. Try not to choke on all that.

Three Buns by Potato Head Singapore is located at 6 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089143, p. +65 6327 1939 and at 60 Robertson Quay, #01–01 Singapore 238252. Open Mon-Sun 10am–12am.

**During this circuit breaker, Three Buns by Potato Head Singapore is open for takeaway and delivery via their website.

WOLF Burgers

The next contender is WOLF Burgers, with its luscious sandwiches for the casual carnivore. Some of the highlights leading the pack include the toothsome Double Wolf Burger (S$14.90), freshly ground beef accompanied with condiments such as cheddar cheese, sweet onions tomatoes, and pickles, as well as the Truffle Mushroom Beef Burger (S$10.90), embellished psychedelic flavours of mushrooms, onions, and provolone cheese. Did we mention how wallet-friendly Wolf Burger’s offerings are too?

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**During this circuit breaker, WOLF Burgers is open for takeaway and delivery via their website and GrabFood.

The Market Grill

Beloved (or hated) for its striking blue spots, sharp flavour and funky aroma, blue cheese is something of a misunderstood thing. At The Market Grill, experience its vivid taste in full with the unusual Bleu Cheese (S$17) burger: sweet burnt onion marmalade on beef patty, sizzling bacon, a blob of blue cheese, and an unforgettable combination of tang. And let’s not forget the cushiony walnut burger buns that give you that glorious crunch when bitten into.


The Market Grill is located at 08 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068642, p. +65 6221 3323. Open Mon-Sat 11.30am – 2.30pm, 6pm  10pm. Closed Sun. 

**During this circuit breaker, The Market Grill is open 12pm–9pm daily for takeaway and delivery via their website.

Mo & Jo Sourdough Burgers

Nestled within a private housing estate in Bukit Timah, Mo&Jo Sourdough Burgers is the latest burg joint opened by the owners of Baker & Cook and Plank. Sandwiched between their signature sourdough buns that are crisp on the outside and fluffy in the middle, the Jo (S$18) features a heaping pound of juicy beef, slices of cheddar, and chunky tomato relish layered with mayonnaise and mustard. For something from the heart of the Caribbean, the Jamaican (S$16) will have you salivating over its grilled chicken breast, jerk relish, lime mayo, and pineapple bits.

Mo & Jo Sourdough Burgers is located at 8 Greenwood Ave, Singapore 289198, p. +65 6463 4626. Open Tue-Fri  12pm – 3pm,  5pm – 10pm Sat – Sun 8am – 10pm. Closed Mon.

**During this circuit breaker, Mo & Jo Sourdough Burgers is open for takeaway and delivery via Deliveroo.

Burnt Ends

One of Asia’s best restaurants, Burnt Ends is known to serve up outrageously juicy meats worthy of that one Michelin star. Topping the menu is the Burnt Ends Sanger (S$21.40)a super pulled pork burger that is meaty, messy, and incredibly smokey all at once – just the way a burger should be. Served over the bar top in an open-concept grill, observe Aussie Chef David Pynt and his team firing up your meats to get the intense, robust flavours of this life-changing burger.

Burnt Ends is located at 20 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088391, p. +65 6224 3933. Open Tue-Thu 6pm – 11pm, Fri-Sat 11.45am – 2pm, 6pm – 11pm. Closed Sun & Mon. 

**During this circuit breaker, Burnt Ends is open 11.30am–9pm daily for takeaway and delivery via their website and Deliveroo.

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90,000 Top 10 Burger Restaurants in Singapore – Travel


The burger scene in Singapore is incredibly hot, with classic snacks sandwiched between hipster eateries and local stalls. Here are the top 10.

From a hidden burger bar to a local bistro serving nasi lemak burgers, here’s Culture Trip’s guide to Singapore’s 10 best burger restaurants.

& Made Burger Bistro

Restaurant, American

After the closure of its original establishment in Pacific Plaza and Quayside Isle, the beloved & Made Burger bistro is finally back.& Made was previously a joint venture between renowned French chef Bruno Menard and Deliciae Hospitality Management. Although Bruno has since left, his heavenly burgers remain. & Made is now conveniently located at Glasshouse by DHM, on Orchard Road. B Burger’s best-selling bistro-burger-bistro is a dry-aged beef patty sprinkled with caramelized onions, capers, garlic mayonnaise and melted French Conte cheese. Delicious handmade burger served with homemade barbecue sauce, homemade ketchup and crispy golden fries.

25 Degrees Burger, Wine & Liquor Bar

Restaurant, American, $$ $

25 Degrees Burger, Wine & Liquor Bar is located on the ground floor of Hotel G on Middle Road. The nightly restaurant, originally from Los Angeles, opens until 3am every day and serves a delectable selection of gourmet Californian-style gourmet burgers. Burger fans should try their popular burger called Number One. The fluffy buns are stuffed with a juicy beef patty, sprinkled with caramelized onions, Epiphany cheese, arugula and a Thousand Island sauce.Round off your 25-degree experience with an incredibly massive American milkshake!

Burger Joint Singapore

Restaurant, American, $$ $

The famous Burger Joint, originally from New York, has opened a store in Singapore serving Manhattan-style hamburger lovers. The American diner is hidden from prying eyes, and its physical address, Xiamen Street, misleads newcomers. Here’s a quick tip: ignore the official Google address and head to the dark alley behind Xiamen Street.The only sign indicating his presence is the neon burger symbol. Upon arrival at Speakeasy themed restaurant, hit the road for their sinful double bacon cheeseburger.

Fat Boy’s Burger Bar

Restaurant, American, $$ $

Fat Boy’s The Burger Bar is a homebrew brand with a humble start. Today, the unique Singaporean burger bistro has several outlets – it has even expanded to offshore destinations such as Beijing, Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh.Despite regional success, The Burger Bar Fat Boy remains simple and affordable. Order their signature Fat Basterd burger, which features double beef patties, cheddar cheese, bacon, scrambled eggs and homemade barbecue sauce sandwiched between sesame buns. Alternatively, you can make your own burger!

Two Blur Guys, Singapore

Restaurant, American, $$ $ Two Blur Guys is a burger joint located near Tanjong Pagar. All burgers here are served with crispy potato wedges and garden herbs.The extensive menu, from premium beef to vegetarian portobello, now has 13 delicious dishes. The premium beef burger is a bestseller, with premium beef, tomatoes, sweet flavor, Gruyere cheese and truffle mayonnaise served between freshly baked wholemeal buns. Made in our own factory, Two Blur Guys, these buns have a slightly toasted appearance and deliciously soft insides.

Wolf Burgers

Restaurant, American, Fusion, $$ $

Wolf Burgers is the brainchild of an unlikely team – a self-taught chef, private banker, musician and private equity specialist.Believe it or not, these four friends have teamed up to create one of the best burger shops in Singapore. The delicious wagyu burger is highly recommended; a juicy wagyu beef patty served with aged cheddar cheese and fried onions. For Singaporean style, try their nasi lemak fried fish burger – it goes with spicy chili sambal and fried egg.

Omakase Burger

Restaurant, Food Kiosk, American, $$ $

Omakase Burger has been featured in countless media publications over the years and has certainly lived up to its hype.But the restaurant’s phenomenal success is not a feat. The handmade divine burgers are the result of painstaking research and countless recipe checks. With USDA beef, American cheese, lettuce, secret house sauce and handmade toasted buns, his Omakase cheeseburger will truly delight the public.

Savor a Burger

Restaurant, Fusion, $$ $

Relish by Wild Rocket is run by a Singaporean lawyer-turned-chef Willin Lowe.The renowned chef coined the term mod sin, which means contemporary Singaporean cuisine. Guests can look forward to burgers with interesting Asian flavors – in particular, the wonderful BBQ Char Siew Pork Burger. This is an open burger made with homemade focaccia bread, topped with stewed soft bone, pork and a delicious Charsyu sauce, prepared according to an elaborate recipe.

Three Buns

Restaurant, Fusion, $$ $

Three Buns is a concept developed by the successful Potato Head family, and the respected brand does not believe in the fast track.Only quality Australian beef and the freshest ingredients are used. Almost every product, even their ketchup sauce, is impressively made from scratch! The Three Buns Red Man Burger is a decadent creation with a tender beef cheek that has been “promised” for 24 whopping hours. Stewed in a sweet hot sauce and served with freshly baked handmade buns, this rendang burger is a bombshell.

Vegan Burg

Restaurant, Vegan, $$ $

Vegan Burg is the world’s first vegan burger establishment with stores in San Francisco and Singapore.The plant-based restaurant broke the stereotype of vegetarian burgers without sacrificing taste. Vegan burgers, Hawaiian teriyaki, and beetroot and avocado burgers are cholesterol, meat and GMO free. Vegan Burg uses vegan bacon, vegan cheese and vegan eggs and tastes delicious. Who Said Vegans Don’t Like Fast Food?

90,000 Best Hamburger in the USA: Zagat’s Choice in 25 Cities

As Adam Berger travels from city to city hiring hockey players, he also looks for the best burgers wherever he goes.

“There is nothing better than a simple grilled hamburger with cheddar cheese and fresh fries,” says Berger, assistant hockey coach at St. Michael’s College in Colchester, Washington. “It’s always fun to try different grinds and creations.” “

The beef puck means a lot to the aptly named Berger and many other frequent business travelers. A well-cooked burger is not only tasty, but is often a fast food on a busy schedule and an easy travel budget.

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Next time hamburger-loving business travelers are hungry for a solution, why not head to what is considered one of the best?

Restaurant Guide and Online Publishing Zagat make this possible by identifying the best burgers in or near 25 cities.

Almost all are inexpensive and many may not be suitable for the customer’s entertainment.They were selected for their mouth-watering burgers. And in some, be prepared for rude or inhospitable service, only counter service, no lunch hours and no credit cards. For example, in Boston’s Zagat, Zagat’s choice doesn’t have a bathroom, while in Las Vegas he chooses a food truck.

In Atlanta, Zagat’s top-rated burger mix, the Vortex Bar & Grill, has its own unique ambiance.

In addition to delicious “food-inducing, coma-inducing burgers” and “amazing selection of beers and single malt drinks, the restaurant has” vintage gothic decor, sexy biker vibe “and” customer service is not always right from the punk rock staff, “they say. Zagat and his observers.

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In the Kansas City area, the “bustling” vibe at the Burger booth in Casbah, “cool” Lawrence, Kansas, “feels vital without being nasty,” Zagat and his columnists say.

Knuckle has “outstanding gourmet burgers and best sides,” including roast truffle and duck.

Secret Revealed

New York’s best hamburger restaurant, Burger Joint, is an anomaly and, according to Zagat and his reviewers, “the city’s worst secret.”

This is the luxurious lobby of Le Parker Meridien, where you can easily hide behind a giant curtain, where the daily room rate exceeds $ 325. Zagat and its reviewers claim that “simple speakers” flip damn pretty pies in gaudy pits, have no service, long lines, and a cash-only policy.

In Portland, Oregon, Killer Burger “Fun Twists of an Old Fashioned Burger” lures diners into two restaurants where each burger is served with bacon.

“The affordable cardiology-worthy lineup includes a crazy but delicious potion with peanut butter sauce, pickles and bacon, and exciting bottomless fries that come for free,” say Zagat and his reviewers.

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Zagat Co-Chair Tim Zagat says “the burger is one of the best American comfort foods.”In a recent Zagat poll, visitors reported eating one hamburger a week, he says.

“When traveling on business, the burger can be a welcome alternative to expensive hotel restaurants and formal meals,” says Tim Zagat. “For travelers who eat alone, sitting over a casual hamburger is far less intimidating than a three-course meal.”

Zagat says “every city has its own hamburger twist,” and he hopes that Zagat’s list of the best burgers “will help travelers discover some of the tastiest patties in the country.”

No restaurants listed include Menches Bros. in Green and Massillon, Ohio, and Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut that claim their founders created the popular American sandwich.

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Lines regularly go out the door at Louis’ tiny dinner, who prepares hamburgers on 19th century cast iron gas grills.

Juicy burgers are served on toast and “cheese, tomato and onion are the only acceptable side dishes,” says the restaurant’s website.Taste-altering ketchup is not available, although some patrons sneak out of the house on their own.

Two of Berger’s favorite teams, the Vermont hockey coach, are also not on Zagat’s roster. He recommends RF O’Sullivan & Son, which has over 20 burgers in Somerville, Massachusetts, and Gateway Market in Des Moines.

“RF O’Sullivan & Son has one of, if not the best, burgers I’ve ever had,” says Berger. “This is a half-pound patty so big it takes 20 minutes and is worth every minute.”

According to him, Gateway Market offers “a fantastic, simple burger made to perfection using unique brisket crumbs and slices.” It is “incredibly juicy and tasty” and “one of the best burgers and grind I have.”

Best Hamburger Restaurants in or About 25 US Cities, according to Restaurant Guide and Online Edition Zagat. Comments about each restaurant are provided by Zagat and its reviewers. Cost is the average price of a meal per person, including a drink and a tip.

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Vortex Bar & Grill, $ 19.

Known for its amazing selection of beers and single malt drinks and mouth-watering combo hamburgers, vintage Goth decor, sexy biker vibes and punk rock service.


Hopdoddy Burger Bar, $ 17.

Simple Hamburger makes juicy, flavorful patties on freshly baked buns, backed by heavenly buns and cocktails made from homemade whipped ice cream (with spiked adult versions).

Baltimore (Owings Mills)

Lynwoods, $ 56.

Impeccable contemporary American cuisine in this serene setting in Owings Mills that has been a charming discerning visitor for nearly a quarter of a century.


Mr. Bartley, $ 17.

If burgers are the backbone of civilization, Mr. Bartley is the founding father, proclaiming the patty supporters at this Harvard Square restaurant that has no money, only for a bathroom with tiny communal tables.


Burger Bar Bad Daddy’s, $ 17.

Variants, baby, variants are the draw in these super-raised joints where huge burgers (made with beef, poultry, pork, buffalo, tuna, or black beans) are available with an endless array of amazing toppings.

Chicago (Evanston)

Edzo’s Burger Shop, $ 12.

These are top-notch burgers with plenty of customization options as well as a fantastic selection of creative fries and excellent thick malt with amazing flavor in this counter-service mix.

Dallas / Fort Worth

Maple and Motor, $ 14.

A budget burger at the refurbished Love Field gas station serving fatty, cheesy, delicious burgers, be sure to try the onion rings and nuggets that make you think you’re back in grade school.

Denver (Castle Rock)

Crave Real Burgers, $ 17.

This humble Castle Rock mix takes the burger to a whole new level with creative combinations including unique toppings, delicious chili fries and amazing adult cocktails.

Fort Lauderdale (Hollywood)

Le Toub, 23 dollars

At a filthy old former gas station in Hollywood, adorned with driftwood, old bathtubs and toilets, you’ll find Oprah and others say these are the best hamburgers ever – artery-clogging beasts worthy of ditching your diet.

Honolulu (North Coast)

Kua Aina Sandwich, $ 15.

The surfing North Shore and Ward Centers section serves luscious burgers, some of the finest juicy, dirty sandwiches and delicious salads.


Burgers Good Co., $ 15.

Mesquite Burgers and other delicious food standards for Texan Mexicans hit the nail on the head at this West Collaborative Mall.

Kansas City (Lawrence, Can.)

Hamburger stand at Casbah, $ 17.

Outstanding gourmet burgers and finest dishes (including truffle or greasy duck) make this cool Lawrence cocktail a new classic with a bustling vibe that feels vital without being nasty.

Las Vegas

Sliding, $ 11.

This mobile food burger food provider offers a great selection of killer sliders.Its northwest brick and mortar stretch means you don’t have to chase a van to sample some delicious patties.

Los Angeles

Golden State, $ 19.

Go for awesome, amazingly cooked burgers and keep rolling pork balls with fries and cola in this tiny Fairfax display case.

Miami (North Miami)

Flip Burger Bar, $ 20.

Northern Mayans, fascinated by outstanding succulent patties and toasted buns, claim this friendly simple Jane Jane to be a true rival to the South Beach burger scene.

New York

Burger Joint, $ 17.

Probably the city’s most hidden secret, this simple burger, hidden behind a giant curtain in the lobby of Le Parker Meridien, flips beautiful patties in gaudy pits that is completely out of step with its luxurious hotel ambiance.

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Pine Twenty2, $ 14.

In this city center, you create your very own gourmet burger with high quality local ingredients and choose from a fantastic selection of beers.


Sketch, 15 dollars.

Super-dirty burgers and other comfort food-style classics are well worth heading to this Fishtown restaurant, where diners scrawl as they wait and seating options include antique church pews.

Portland, Ore.

Killer Burger, $ 13.

Fun twists and turns of an old-fashioned burger draw hats to these Hollywood Sellwood brownie spots, where the lineup of cardiologists includes a crazy but delicious option with peanut butter sauce, pickles and bacon.


Squeeze Inn, $ 12.

“Squeeze with cheese, please,” plead with those who hit this mini chain for a mouth-watering, manly burger dressed in a big, otherworldly skirt with a crunchy fried flavor.

Salt Lake City

Hire’s Big H, $ 12.

Classic, home-made burgers with Utah’s famous fried sauce are a hit of salty lacquers of all ages at this city attraction (with outposts in Midvale and West Valley).

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San Diego

In-N-Out Burger, $ 10.

This classic burger chain, recognized as the most popular in San Diego, is popular for fresh fries, fresh produce, and fresh beef.

San Francisco (Berkeley)

900 Grayson, $ 23.

This funky Berkeley restaurant prepares an outstanding burger and sinful version of chicken and waffles from a classic menu with a twist.

Seattle (Bellevue)

Broiler Bay, $ 13.

Bellevue gets his burger in this favorite local hole in the wall serving greasy, juicy cakes, and delicious subs and boca without any pretensions.

Washington (Arlington, VA)

Ray’s Hell Burger 3, $ 16.

Ray’s original hellish burger in Arlington, Virginia just closed. But across the street, from Ray to Third, you can get epic patties made with quality steaks, with juice trickling down your forearm.

90,000 New York’s Best Burgers – American Food

Burger (this is how hamburgers, cheeseburgers and other variations of the “sandwich” are called in the USA), probably like nothing else, is associated with American (national) cuisine.Where, if not in America, you can count on the tastiest, most “correct”, the most unforgettable burger?

However, once in New York, anyone can get confused by the variety of restaurants, bars, fast foods, diners and other “food outlets” and they all offer burgers. Accordingly, we can immediately conclude that not all burgers are equally good. How to find the “famous” American sandwich?

Thanks to the competition for the title of “best burger”, under the scary title “Burger Battle” (for those who have a rich imagination, the name of the competition sounds dangerous), which took place on August 9 in New York, we now know exactly where to enjoy national American pride – that the most sandwich!

From the list of 20 places whose cutlet sandwiches were included in the list of the best, I chose 7 restaurants in which I was personally and with 100% certainty I can say that it is delicious and definitely worth a try!

Not a local burger.

1.Nurnberger Bierhaus

By the name of the restaurant, or rather the pub, one can immediately conclude that the Germans put their hand to burger No. 1. It’s just a public outcry of some kind, not only is the best American food prepared in a German pub, but the pub itself is not in Manhattan, but in Staten Island. Well, what can I say … (The best steak house also did not fit in Manhattan, and ended up in Brooklyn.) But now there is another reason to take a ferry ride from Manhattan to Staten Island, not only to see the Statue of Liberty, but also to taste the best hamburger.

Nurn-Burger This is the name of the branded and very best sandwich of this pub (and, as it turned out, the whole city). The bun for him is brought from Denmark, the mustard is German, and the meat is Argentine (America cries, but eats with pleasure). A hamburger with bacon, onion rings and fries is served, which deserves special attention and maybe even a separate prize.

Even if you did not plan to look at the statue from the ferry, then at least for the sake of a hamburger it is worth sailing.

Website of the restaurant Cost of a burger $ 7.50

From the village with love


We are transported to Manhattan, in one of the most charming areas of the city – West Village (West Village). There are many wonderful cafes and restaurants on the shady, spacious streets, and it is not surprising that one of the best burgers can be tasted here.

Whitehall is a British tavern (Americans are crying again), but the hamburger is still in the best American traditions.The meat is marinated in a branded sauce, from which it turns out to be very soft and juicy, the cheese is bought in the best cheese store in the city of Murray’s Cheese, vegetables are delivered from the farmer’s market, fresh and without the addition of any chemicals. In general, Whitehall Burger is not only tasty, but also as healthy as it can be.

Website of the restaurant Cost of a burger $ 18

Burger that could be a great steak

3.Rare Bar & Grill

If the competition was conducted by me personally, then this particular burger would have won in the category: “The most delicious meat”. Rare Bar & Grill is famous for both burgers and steaks. The meat here is just great! Just like in Whitehall, it is marinated for a long time and thoroughly, but in a completely different sauce, more precisely in Maker’s Mark bourbon, smoked bacon and cheddar cheese are added. Unlike other places, at Rare Bar & Grill the burger is simply incredible – M&M Burger looks more like a pyramid.If you can figure out how to eat this pyramid – the pleasure of food is guaranteed to you!

Website of the restaurant chain Cost of a burger $ 15

Popular hamburger. Substitute McDonald’s

4. For lovers of fast food chain restaurants Shake Shack is the best choice. If you are not ready to go to a restaurant just for the sake of a hamburger, albeit the best, but you still want to try the “American classics”, then you can go to Shake Shack without much time and money.Since 2004, Double Shake Burger has been a favorite of restaurant critics and locals alike. Despite the fact that at first glance Shake Shack is a classic fast food, they use very high quality meat and vegetables, which earned the love and recognition of New Yorkers. In New York, he is as popular as McDonald’s in Russia. I have already talked about how McDonald’s is treated in America in another council.

Website of the restaurant chain http: // Burger cost $ 7.35

5. Another fast (but not very) food chain 5 Napkins is the golden mean for those who are not ready to go to a restaurant, but do not want to eat on the go either. Here, unlike Shake Shack, you will be seated at the table and the order will be taken by the waiter, not the cashier. But still, this is more of a diner (American eatery), and not a classic restaurant or cafe in our understanding. Original 5Napkin burger is worth coming here for. The chain supplies meat for its burgers from Switzerland.

Website of the restaurant chain Cost of a burger $ 15.95

Gourmet Burger

6. Minetta Tavern

If you think that hamburgers, cheeseburgers and other “rolls” are simple food for ordinary people, then you are mistaken. Many famous chefs compete to create the best American sandwich to satisfy gourmet appetites, both literally and figuratively. Minetta Tavern won from serious restaurants with a huge margin from expensive and refined, but not knowing anything about burgers.For Black Label Burger you will have to pay $ 28, which by the standards of America and even New York is too much for a classic sandwich. In addition, this burger is served without cheese, but even the very last niggard Scrooge McDuck, having tasted it, admits that it is worth it and the taste is so perfect that the cheese would only interfere. Perfect (this is exactly how the creators call their sandwich) it is made by crispy and very tasty bread in itself, two varieties of different meats and glazed sweet onions.

Website of the restaurant http: // Burger cost $ 28

7. Another great gourmet spot is Meshlennov’s Gastro Pub Spotted Pig with their signature Chargrilled Burger. Legendary chef April Bloomfield was able not only to prove that the British (Americans are crying again) can and can cook great burgers, but also to earn worldwide recognition for her recipe. Here you will find non-standard cheese, non-standard bread, non-standard french fries – in a word, everything is non-standard, but very tasty.

Bon appetit!

90,000 10 most expensive burgers in the world “

It would seem – what could be simpler and more banal than a hamburger? Ordinary fast food for a couple of bucks … But if you put marbled beef, caviar or truffles in a bun and serve it all with expensive champagne, then the bill for such “fast food” already goes for hundreds of dollars, and sometimes even thousands.

In this selection you will find ten of these “burgers for the rich” – the cheapest is one hundred dollars, and the most expensive …

1.McGuire’s Grand Burger

Price $ 100. Served at McGuire’s Irish Pub in Pensacola, Florida, USA.
Surprisingly, a completely ordinary hamburger is served not with Irish beer, but with Moet & Chandon champagne, which is probably why the price is the same.

2. Hamburger “Million rupees”

Price $ 108. Served at the Four Seasons Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. This burger includes rare mushrooms and a special Korean salad.

3. The DB Royale Double Truffle Burger

Price $ 140.Served at the Moderne Bistro in New York and its Las Vegas branch.
As part of elite beef marinated in red wine, foie gras and black truffle.

4. Richard Nouveau Burger

Price $ 175. Served since 2008 in New York in an institution with the flashy name “Wall Street Burger Shop”.
The burger was sprinkled with gold foil, the filling contained 25 grams of black truffle, an elite gruyere and other delicacies. But Burger Store had to file for bankruptcy. Apparently, there weren’t many people who liked gold-sprinkled food in New York.

5. The Burger

Price $ 200. Burger King in London.
Burger King launched what is arguably the most expensive hamburger in fast food history. But not to get rich – it was a charity event. The chic ‘limited edition’ burger with gourmet beef, white truffles, Pata Negra ham, Himalayan pink salt, organic white wine and incredible mayonnaise was sold at just one chain outlet in London and only on Wednesdays.

6. Serendipity Burger

Price $ 295.This hamburger appeared on the menu at Serendipity 3 in New York.
Contains Japanese marbled beef, butter with a mixture of 10 herbs, smoked Pacific salt, cheddar cheese, black truffles, egg, white truffles, special sauce, caviar, and a specific one, golden brown, which is grown only on one farm in the world , in China. The set included a gold toothpick with a small diamond. The establishment did not stop at this experiment and now its menu includes the most expensive dessert in the world for $ 1, registered in the Guinness Book of Records.000

7. Douche Burger

Price $ 666. You can buy it in the 666 Burger RV in New York.

Kobe beef, gruyere cheese, lobsters, truffles, caviar and barbecue sauce made with Kopi Luwak coffee beans. For added credibility, wrapped in gold.

8. Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster Burger

Price $ 777. You can try in the restaurant of the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.
And again, kobe beef from Japan, marbled. Fresh lobster. And also caramelized onions, brie cheese, prosciutto, 100 year old balsamic vinegar, served with a bottle of rosé Dom Perignon champagne.

9. Absolutely Ridiculous Burger

Price $ 1.999. Served at Mallie’s Sports Bar in Michigan.
This is simply the largest burger in the world, without too many frills. Weighs a little over 153 kilograms. Enough for a huge company. If you want to order it to go, you will have to throw in another $ 200. The only honestly priced food in this selection.

10. FleurBurger 5000

Price $ 5000. And again Las Vegas, the Fleur restaurant at the Four Seasons hotel.
Truffle sauce and truffles on truffle brioche bun, plus a bottle of Château Petrus, 1995 vintage.

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90,000 Deadly delicious hamburgers from all over the world

Few products can boast of being loved by almost everyone. Pizza and burgers – these are the foods that come to mind when you start thinking about it.Today our article is dedicated to all lovers of juicy burgers: you will find here 25 delicious burgers from all over the world.

25. Royale Eatery Burger – Cape Town, South Africa

This burger is usually described as incredibly juicy, with a fresh bun and flavorful filling that will keep you focused on food and nothing can distract you until you finish eating it all. However, according to reviews, most customers are unhappy with the small size of this burger.

24.Buckhorn Burger – San Antonio TX

If you have a sensitive stomach or cannot digest spicy foods, then this burger is clearly not for you. However, lovers of chili and spicy Mexican cuisine will find it a masterpiece.

23. La Vaca Picada Burger – Madrid, Spain

If you are planning to visit Spain and do not like hamburgers, then you simply must try La Vaca Picada. Fresh buns, the best processed cheese in Madrid, the best beef and exquisite filling will give you an amazing taste experience.

22. Gordon Ramsay BurGR – Las Vegas, NV

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay decided to give the world a homemade burger, and since then, hamburger lovers from all over the world flock to the Planet Hollywood restaurant located in Las Vegas.

21. Luger Burger – Brooklyn, NY

Peter Luger has been making burgers since 1887, and to this day, his nearly 300-gram burger keeps New Yorkers out of their offices for a long lunch

20.BBI – Berlin, Germany

According to some reports, this hamburger is the best not only in all of Berlin, but also in Germany. In addition, we recommend that you also try French fries and potato wedges.

19. Hamburger J. G. Melon – Yorkville, NY

And although this hamburger is incredibly tasty, many who tasted it were unhappy, the whole point is that it is too small. The JG Melon burger is perfect for meat lovers, as it is almost entirely made up of bacon and cutlets that literally melt in your mouth.If you decide to try it, we recommend ordering two at once.

18. Sirloin Burger at Le Tub – Hollywood, FL

Most hamburger lovers who have done their own personal research on burger places recommend a burger at Le Tub in Hollywood, Florida. A hamburger is made from a full-fledged fillet, which gives it a special taste. Once you have tasted it, you will not be able to continue to eat other burgers.

17.Flippin ‘Burger – Stockholm, Sweden

When it comes to Sweden, the first things that come to mind are Vikings, IKEA and ABBA. However, there are plenty of things to do here for hamburger lovers too. Local hamburger Flippin ‘is already considered to be the best in the country and one of the tastiest in the world.

16. Red Mill Burgers Deluxe – Seattle, Washington

The luxurious and huge Red Mill burger will not leave you hungry even in the most difficult situation.

15. Patty & Bun Ari Gold – London, England

Beef cutlet, processed cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickled onions, ketchup, mayonnaise and a bun are the main ingredients of this hamburger. Bacon lovers will have to pay a little extra to get crispy bacon rings on top of that. This burger is considered by many to be the best in the world.

14. The Attic Burger – Phoenix, Arizona

The Attic Burger is the hottest dish in Arizona when it comes to hamburgers.In addition to delicious burgers, you will be served first-class beer here.

13. Great Burger – Tokyo, Japan

In Japan, food is a special kind of art, which can sometimes be quite difficult for a tourist who just wants to eat deliciously. Nevertheless, even here you can find the so-called “island of hope” for the hungry. The Great Greedy Burger is served in two buns with cheddar, tomato, lettuce, onion, mayonnaise, mustard, bacon, avocado and fried eggs.All this stuff will cost you $ 25.

12. The Rustic Canyon Burger – Santa Monica, CA

According to locals, Rustic Canyon makes the best burgers in all of California, and from guest reviews, that claim is not far from the truth.

11. Cheeseburger Au Cheval – Chicago, IL

According to Bon Appétit, this burger is the most delicious grilled burger in all of America. Its deliciousness lies in its simplicity: two scones, ground beef, cheddar, mustard, and a few slices of pickles.All this is grilled.

10. Brave Burger – Athens, Greece

Steakhouse ΜΠΑΡ ΜΠΕΕ ΚΙΟΥ has some of the best burgers in all of Greece, and probably some of the best in the world. This has been confirmed by many tourists and locals.

9. White Manna Cheeseburger – Hackensack, NJ

The White Manna cheeseburger in Hackensack is considered one of the classic examples of what a hamburger looked like in the mid-20th century.This is one of the best burgers in the USA, and many people even come here from New York to enjoy its taste.

8. Fergburger – Queenstown, New Zealand

According to CNN, these burgers should be considered the most delicious in the world. Fergburger opened in 2001 and quickly gained widespread popularity thanks to its hamburgers.

7. PNY Burger – Paris, France

The name PNY stands for Paris New York.The owners of this establishment claim that only homemade food is served here. That is just one home-style hamburger! Rumor has it that this place is the favorite destination of American ambassadors in France.

6. Heart Attack Grill Burger – Las Vegas, NV

What if we tell you that there is a place in Sin City where waitresses dressed as nurses will serve you a hamburger, and if you can’t finish your portion, they will spank you? The restaurant owner is a former doctor himself, who claims that the main dish can easily kill you, because its energy value is 9982 calories and weighs one and a half kilograms.What’s interesting is that the last two people who touted the place actually died of a heart attack from eating a huge amount of hamburgers. All visitors here are dressed in hospital gowns, and people weighing over 120 kilograms can eat for free.

5. Louis’ Lunch Burger – New Haven, CT

That being said, if you want a really real burger, you need to go back to where it all started. In our case, this is the Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut, where the first hamburger was made more than a century ago.Today, here you will be served the same hamburger, fried in a cast iron pan, incredibly juicy and aromatic. Its price is only $ 5.

4. Counter Burger – Santa Monica, CA

The Counter burger was recommended by Oprah herself as one of the best hamburgers in the United States. You can find this burger on any list that lists the best burgers on the planet.

3. Sidetrack Bar and Grill Burger – Ypsilanti, Michigan

Sidetrack Bar and Grill offers some of the finest burgers in America.Their signature hamburger, Sidetrack Bar and Grill, was voted the # 1 burger in the US by GQ.

2. Husk Cheeseburger – Charleston, South Carolina

The owner of Husk has been trying for a long time to make the best burger in the world, and judging by the thousands of satisfied customers, he did it. Homemade rolls are steamed, cut, fried and greased with butter and beef fat, after which they are supplemented with cutlets, bacon, cheese, onions and pickles.

1. Holeman & Finch Double Cheeseburger – Atlanta, GA

Chef Linton Hopkins created this burger while he was battling cancer. This alone makes this cheeseburger worthy of attention. But, according to Hopkins himself, this cheeseburger was the only food in which he did not lose interest during his illness. Some time later, this burger was voted the best in America by The Daily Meal.

27 best burgers around the world | Lifestyle

What could be more wonderful than a really good burger.From Bali to France, this is where you can find restaurants recommended by world experts.

Randy Garutti is the CEO of Shake Shack in New York; Scott Collins founded the Meatliquor restaurant chain in London with chef Yanni Papucis; Uwe Opocenski works as a chef at Greater China Restaurant Co. in Hong Kong. He previously held the same position at the Mandarin Oriental – and then switched to hamburgers.

They recommended a variety of options, from sophisticated and sophisticated to simple and classic.Even one chicken sandwich somehow slipped into the selection. Here is their selection:


Minetta Tavern, NY

The crown jewel of this Greenwich Village bistro’s menu is the Black Burger Burger. It uses aged beef with caramelized onions and French fries. Garutti says: “They know their stuff very well. The minced meat for them is made by the same butcher, Pat LaFrida, who makes the Shake Shack patties. ”

Pizza Loves Emily, New York


“This is actually a pizzeria, but their burgers are great,” Collins says of the Brooklyn restaurant.“They use rye buns with cheese and buffalo sauce. We [at Meatliquor] also use this combination, but have not yet reached such perfection. ”

NoMad Hotel, New York

Chef Daniel Humm’s Aged Beef Burger with Cheddar, Red Onion and Special Sauce is rightfully loved by the public. “This is the level of three Michelin stars,” says Opocensky.

The Spotted Pig, New York

Chef April Bloomfield, one of the most celebrated chefs in New York, works at this West Village gastropub.Her burger is served with Roquefort cheese and thinly sliced ​​French fries. “Size, cheese, potatoes: everything is just great,” says Garutti. – “This burger is wonderful.”

Shake Shack, NY


“When I leave New York, I always go to the Shake Shack at JFK Airport,” Collins says. “It’s better than the food on board and even better than anything served in the Virgin VIP Lounge. This is a very good burger.

In-N-Out Burger, Los Angeles

Originally from the West Coast, this chain was founded back in 1948 and is well-deserved love for its high quality ingredients and a secret menu that includes burger in lettuce leaves.“This is the perfect solution for the West Coast,” says Opocensky.

Apple Pan, Los Angeles

Old school restaurant in West Los Angeles, founded in 1927. “This is one of the greatest classic American burgers,” says Garutti. “You sit at the counter and the guy immediately prepares your food. This is one of the best burgers in the country, one of my absolute favorites. ”

Pie ‘n Burger, Pasadena, California.

Garetti says Pie ‘n Burger and Apple Pan inspired him to create Shake Shack.“These are classic roadside burgers, just done right. They do not strive for growth and just do their job. It’s just a great experience. Classic”.

White Manna, Hackensack, NJ

This old New York suburb burger house is a true pilgrimage site. “This is one of the first burger shops in the country, even older than White Castle, which pioneered the mechanization of fast food,” says Garutti. – “White Manna was the first.”

Louis Lunch, New Haven

This restaurant in New Haven claims to be where the burger was created in 1900.It is closed almost all week and does not accept credit cards. “They open up when they want to, and they don’t have ketchup,” says Garutti. “But their burger is great.”


Bar Boulud London


“I’ve tried Daniel Boulud’s Piggy Burger in London, New York and Singapore,” says Collins. – “He is the same everywhere – and always of excellent quality.”

Galvin at Windows, London

This restaurant and bar on the 28th floor of the Hilton on Park Lane overlooks London.“If you want to eat a burger while enjoying one of the best views in the world, go there at sunset,” says Collins.

St. John Bread & Wine, London

Collins is a longtime fan of Chef Fergus Henderson’s Brain Burger. It is made from veal marrow fried in bread crumbs and served with chopped cabbage and mushroom sauce in a potato-onion tortilla. “It tastes like a very pretentious Filet-O-Fish,” says Collins.

CUT, London


“Whenever I feel like going out for a party, I choose a burger from Wolfgang Puck,” says Collins.”This is the next level gourmet hamburger with the skills of a chef and wealthy enough.”

Nanban, London

“Chef Tim Anderson makes one and only one hamburger in Brixton,” says Collins. “It includes gochujang sauce, pork belly, two large cutlets – and it’s really very good.”

Farmacy, London

This vegetarian restaurant prepares millet, black bean and mushroom burgers served with aioli, ketchup, avocado, pickles and tomato on a veggie sourdough bun.“It’s very tasty, and there is even a gluten-free option,” says Opocensky.

Patty & Bun, London


This mini-chain was inspired by travel around America. The first restaurant opened in 2012; now there are six of them. The small menu has less than a dozen hamburgers. “This is the first place I go in London,” says Garutti.

Bundobust, Leeds

“This is a brilliant place,” says Collins.“They make beer and they make vegetarian Indian street food. Their burger is all carbs: deep-fried Indian spicy potatoes. But it tastes great and can be gripped with one hand. The spices are great. You don’t have to miss meat.


Big Fernand, Paris

This is a young network founded in Paris in 2012. It serves burgers with a French accent, not to mention French unpasteurized cheeses and tender white bread.“They know their stuff very well,” says Garutti.


Gasoline Grill, Copenhagen

Collins says: “They are in an old gas station. They make a roadside burger, but not like ours at Meatliquor. ”


Chur Burger, Sydney


This Australian chain is renowned for its gourmet burgers made up of beef patties, cheese, tomatoes, mayonnaise and mustard.“Great combination with amazing taste,” says Opocensky. “I always order a salty caramel milkshake to complement.”

Belles Hot Chicken, Sydney

Opocensky stepped back from the rules slightly for this establishment, which was based in Melbourne. He says that in Sydney, you should definitely try the chicken sandwich. “And choose sharper. It will drive you crazy. ”

Burger Project, Sydney

Chef Neil Perry first started serving hamburgers at his exclusive restaurant in Sydney, and then created a separate burger chain.”Neil says he wants to make burgers that he remembers from childhood, when there was a dairy bar on every corner, not McDonald’s,” says Opocensky. – “And he succeeds.”

South Korea

Burgermine, Seoul

Burger buffet? Sounds like a great business idea! Well, really, how many burgers does a person need to be happy? Make your own sandwich with a variety of toppings and top up your meal with unlimited fries.“This is an amazing place,” says Opocensky.


MOS Burger, Tokyo


This network was founded in 1972 and currently has more than 1.7 thousand points in Asia and Australia. The menu includes a rice burger and other specialties. “This is an Asian version of the burger,” says Garutti. “MOS is a huge company with a fantastic concept.”


Five Monkeys, Kuta, Bali

Among other things, sausages and cold beer are served here, but this restaurant is best known for its large homemade burgers.“I love BBQ cheeseburger with bacon,” says Opocensky. “The meat is juicy and the taste of the barbecue is delicious. This is the best option in Bali. ”

Corner House, Kuta, Bali

“This is a great restaurant that serves delicious food and great burgers,” says Opocensky. “It’s a charcoal grilled cutlet with lovely ripe cheddar. As good as it gets”.

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  • Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, Naples (nearby hotels)
  • Charm City Burger Company, Deerfield Beach13 (nearby hotels)
  • Miami (Nearby)
  • BRGR STOP, Coconut Creek (Nearby)
  • Burgers & Shakes, Miami Beach (Nearby)
  • Burger Place, Melbourne (Nearby)
  • Tasty Fresh Burgers and Fries, Beach Fernandina (nearby hotels)
  • MEAT Eatery & Tap Room, Islamorada (nearby hotels)
  • BrewBurgers, Venice (nearby hotels)
  • 17th Gilbert Street Grill, Fort Lauderdale (nearby hotels)
  • Teak Neighbourhood Grill (Hotels nearby)

There are endless options for getting your burger in Florida, whether from fast food or more upscale business.From classic cheeseburgers to creative pastries, these local restaurants in the Sunshine state consistently offer great hamburger patties. Dig your teeth out at some of the 90,055 best burger restaurants in Florida.

Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, Naples

Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, Naples

Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, Naples (hotels nearby)

Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs in Naples – was recognized as a family restaurant that was once Tripadvisor’s best burger in the nation, and is easy to lure into a half-pound, all natural black Angus beef and locally sourced vegetables.Try western with bacon, barbecue sauce and onion ring, pesto and goat cheese with fresh herbal pesto, or Greek with feta cheese, kalamata olives and Greek dressing. If you’re ready to try something new, they even have burgers that contain ingredients like brie cheese, duck bacon, and glazed donuts.

Charm City Burger Company, Deerfield Beach

Charm City Burger Company, Deerfield Beach

Charm City Burger Company, Deerfield Beach (nearby hotels)

Hamburgers are prepared directly at the Charm City Burger Company in Deerfield Beach, 100% a chef-centered concept with a wide variety of dishes on the menu Good Ole and Cowboy Style burgers are classic, while ambitious eaters can go for the Emperor, American Kobe cutlet with fried mushrooms, Gruyere cheese in the cave and truffle aioli.Feeling really hungry? Try Big Sloppy, a 1/3 lb. double patty with double cheese, double bacon, gruel, and fried egg. You won’t find another 5-star chef burger at an affordable price like this place in Florida.

LoKal, Miami

LoKal, Miami

LoKal, Miami (Nearby hotels)

LoKal Miami is known for its sustainable burgers and locally sourced beers. Florida burgers from Florida from Fort McCoy Ranch in Marion County, with Kobe-style free-range cattle that are free of hormones, antibiotics or steroids.Proud of freshness and quality, it’s hard to resist the Miami Heat burger with spicy jack, jalapeno and sriracha and the classic Royale With Cheese, which features grilled Canadian bacon and smoky barbecue sauce.

BRGR STOP, Coconut Creek

BRGR STOP, Coconut Creek

BRGR STOP, Coconut Creek (Nearby Hotels)

Each of the 18 craft burgers at BRGR STOP in Coconut Creek is a lot of fun. La Loca is the original 1855 Angus burger with sweet Doritos chili, El Chapo blends chorizo ​​in the mix, while the Copperpoint Beer Cheese triple burger leaves you full of three 4oz patties stacked with strips of bacon, beer cheese and onion straws.If you prefer something spicy, try Ai Papi with 50/50 chorizo ​​and beef, manchego cheese and roasted poblano peppers. Wash it down with one of our signature cereal milkshakes such as Lucky Charms, Fruity Pebbles, and Cocoa Krispies.

Burgers & Shakes, Miami Beach

Burgers & Shakes, Miami Beach

Burgers & Shakes, Miami Beach (nearby hotels)

Burers & Shakes, located in Miami Beach, no frills, is a small restaurant serving delicious burgers.Plunge into a classic cheeseburger or barbecue burger, or try the B&S burger with provolone cheese, apple bacon and fried egg. The burgers are perfect with French fries and creamy cocktails, which are paired with classic vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavors.

Burger Place, Melbourne

Burger Place, Melbourne

Burger Place, Melbourne (Hotels nearby)

Burger Place in Melbourne with a focus on quality burgers – a throwback to the 1950s and 60s with vintage decor of a bygone era.You won’t find anything kitsch on the menu, only classic hamburgers. That’s why the locals love it so much, they keep it simple. The burgers here are huge and the fillings range from blue cheese and fried onions and bacon, all sitting on a homemade bun.

Tasty Fresh Burgers and Fries, Fernandina Beach

Tasty Fresh Burgers and French Fries, Fernandina Beach

Tasty Fresh Burgers and Fries, Fernandina Beach (nearby hotels)

Tasty’s Fresh Burger and Fries Famous for its hamburgers and Sugga Butta fries, Beach is a local gem.Located on an old corner gas station, you can choose from a variety of hamburger sizes, from 1/4 to 1/2 pound, in addition to signature burgers such as Chili Chedda with homemade chili and Crown Royal with pastrami, Swiss cheese and Peruvian golden island sauce.

MEAT Eatery & Tap Room, Islamorada

MEAT Eatery & Tap Room, Islamorada

MEAT Eatery & Tap Room, Islamorada (nearby hotels)

MEAT Eatery & Tap Room in Islamorada is popular with diners, Drive-In and Dives visitors in the Food Food network.Named the best hamburger in Florida previously by Tripadvisor, it has earned its reputation for its delicious MEAT hamburgers. On the outside, it might not sound very pleasant, but you can dive into the Nancy Pants burger, truffle potatoes, pork skins, and alcoholic milkshakes.

BrewBurgers, Venice

BrewBurgers, Venice

BrewBurgers, Venice (Nearby hotels)

BrewBurgers in Venice is a local favorite, a no-frills place where you can find high quality burgers all the time.Their menu is extensive with a wide variety of burgers that include toppings like buffalo sauce, blue cheese and barbecue, while those looking for a hearty meal can choose from the half-pound burger menu. Colossal sits on a pretzel bun and smothered with beer cheese, while The Big Tasty is stuffed with sticky cheddar cheese. If you’re adventurous, try the Widow Maker, a sausage burger with ham, pork, chili bacon and American cheese on a bun.

17th Gilbert Street Grill, Fort Lauderdale

17th Gilbert Street Grill, Fort Lauderdale

17th Gilbert Street Grill, Fort Lauderdale (nearby hotels)

Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill in South Florida for years, renowned for its assortment of great burgers, homemade lime pie and cheesecakes.This is a family run restaurant where you will be immediately greeted warmly and then served with classic 8oz Angus Certified Beef Burgers with cheese, bacon and caramelized onions. They also have some really milkshakes that go perfectly with their patties.

Teak Neighborhood Grill, Orlando

Teak Neighborhood Grill, Orlando

Teak Neighborhood Grill, Orlando (Nearby hotels)

If you’re looking for a creative combination of flavors in your burger range, Teak Neighborhood Grill Orlando is the place to go.

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