The Best Burgers in Singapore

For those who are not quite sure where to start when it comes to burgers in Singapore, this article will help you decide what the best options are in this city. In addition to the burgers you’ll find at Moo’s & Blues, you can also find a variety of other food items at Meatsmith Express, Three Buns, and Ashes Burnnit. All of these burgers are sure to make you happy!

Moo’s & Blues

If you love burgers but aren’t sure where to go in Singapore, check out Moo’s & Blues Burger in Little India. This famous burger joint in Los Angeles is now open in Singapore, and is a favorite among Hollywood A-listers. The restaurant’s name, of course, comes from the words of the owner, Dr. A. Nathaniel Ho. This burger joint is so popular that you can’t miss it!

Ashes Burnnit

Located at the Golden Mile Food Centre, Ashes Burnnit has a booming pop music playlist, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find another burger joint in Singapore that sounds quite as good. With its humble beginnings, the team behind Ashes Burnnit also has experience from working at Burgs by Project Warung and The Burger Joint.

Meatsmith Express

Meatsmith has become a local favorite in Singapore for their cheeseburger. It’s an exquisite burger, which costs a mere $10 for the standard Cheeseburger. It’s made with two beautifully smithed patties and served between pillowy brioche buns. The burger is available both as a eat-in and a take-away option. There are seven varieties of burgers at Meatsmith Express.

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Three Buns

If you’re in the mood for a burger and a drink, try Three Buns Burger in Midtown Manhattan. This gourmet burger joint serves a variety of unique burgers and sides using a secret recipe from London-based chef Adam Penney. The burgers are served on freshly baked artisan buns and come with a variety of condiments, including hot sauce and ketchup. Three Buns is a popular choice for young people in the neighborhood.

Hans Im Gluck German Burgergrill

The interior of Hans Im Gluck German Burgergrill is quaint and whimsical. Light fixtures cast a soft glow across the timber logs and tables, which are comfortably comfortable for lingering meals. A full 180 logs are installed throughout the restaurant, lending a woodsy feel to the dining space. As a bonus, ample natural light filters in to add to the calming atmosphere.

Lombardo’s Singapore

If you’ve ever been to Amsterdam, you might have heard of Lombardo’s Burger. Now the brand is coming to Singapore! On 11 October, Lombardo’s will open its first international restaurant in Singapore! You can eat the world’s Most Expensive Burger – a 200g Japanese Kobe wagyu patty on a freshly baked bun with 24-karat gold leaf and foie gras on top! But this burger is not available everywhere – only at Lombardo’s Burger in Duxton Road, Singapore!

LH Smashed Brisket Burger

This smashed brisket burger is a must-have for burger lovers! Freshly ground beef is mixed with spices and grilled to a smoky perfection. While it requires a little more work than a standard burger, the extra flavor and moisture is well worth it! LH Smashed Brisket Burger is a popular meal prep for cookouts and is a delicious alternative to a regular hamburger! Check out the Girl Carnivore for more burger recipes and other fun facts.

LH Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger

The buttermilk marinade makes the fried chicken extra moist and tender. If you don’t have any buttermilk on hand, you can substitute it with 1 teaspoon of lemon juice or white vinegar or 1 cup of milk. The best way to ensure crispy chicken is to fry it. This dish has a great balance of texture and flavor thanks to the chicken and bun. You can also use unsweetened yoghurt instead of buttermilk.