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Most, if not all, of us are familiar with burgers. Think thick, juicy patties with fresh lettuce, tomato slices, generously drizzled with mayonnaise or tomato sauce, sandwiched between two toasted buns. Yum!

The classic beef burger has evolved over the years to include more irresistible combinations of ingredients and sauces. If you think you have heard it all, here are some of Singapore’s most outrageous burger creations that are 100% worth the experience!

1. Truff Ryder

Here at Three Buns, it is a burger party all day, every day. Their extensive selection of burgers will certainly require some serious decision-making!


Foie gras is typically eaten alone, given its luxury food status but the folks at Three Buns seem to think otherwise! Their Truff Ryder features a 120g pure Wagyu beef patty, 50g of pan-seared foie gras, four artisanal cheeses, as well as French summer black truffle, packed within a demi brioche bun. The flavours of these fine ingredients are further enhanced with homemade ketchup, confit onion jam and miso mayo.

Though this burger is on the slightly pricey side, where else can you enjoy both meat, foie gras AND burger all in the same meal?!

Three Buns by Potato Head Folk
Address: 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143
Opening hours: Tue to Sun, 11am – 12am (Closed on Mondays)
Tel: 6327 1939

2. Sesame Tofu Burger

For all the health fanatics out there with a weakness for burgers, this one is for you. The Living Cafe has reinvented the meaning of burgers, coming up with a wholesome Sesame Tofu Burger for you to eat without having to break your #eatclean resolutions!


This vegan burger features grilled eggplant, raw dijon mustard and a selection of mushrooms layered on a bed of crisp greens. This entire chunk of healthy goodness is packed between two sesame-crusted tofu “buns”, with baked sweet potato fries on the side. For a change from your usual sinfully greasy burger, The Living Cafe’s Sesame Tofu Burger is certainly a healthy alternative!

The Living Cafe
Address: 779 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 269758
Opening hours: Mon to Thu 11am – 7pm; Fri 11am – 10pm; Sat 9am to 10pm; Sun 9am – 8pm
Tel: 6468 4482

3. Crispy Fish Burger

Fish burgers are pretty standard within the burger community. This one, however, breaks the mould by having a fish fillet that is not only bigger than the burger buns, it almost puts fish & chips restaurants to shame!


The people at Grub place huge emphasis on using natural ingredients in their dishes. Thus, the fish used here is either Monkfish or Haddock, both of which are sustainable white fish. Prepare to hear the crunch as you sink your teeth into the crispy crumbed fish fillet that is paired with fresh lettuce, a slice of tomato and homemade remoulade (a type of mayonnaise).

With a cup of fries at the side, this massive fish burger will definitely make you think twice about heading to a fish & chips restaurant the next time!

Address: 510 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569983
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 11am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm; Sat to Sun & PH 9am – 10.30pm
Tel: 6459 5743

4. Black Bun Lobster Burger

You may have heard of lobster rolls but have you ever come across a lobster burger? Well, Spathe Public House certainly raises the bar on lobster rolls by several notches with their Signature Black Bun Lobster Burger!


This black beauty consists of a succulent whole lobster tail, layered with sliced avocados, braised tomatoes and a crispy, golden slab of hash brown. Tucked between two squid ink buns, the only way to hold this stack of ingredients together is to pierce a butter knife through it. Moreover, it comes with a salad on the side for that extra healthy factor to this otherwise extremely indulgent burger.

The next time you are craving some lobster, skip the boring lobster rolls and savour this crazy lobster-burger combo instead!

Spathe Public House
Address: 8 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-01, Singapore 238958
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 12pm – 11pm; Sat to Sun 11am -11pm
Tel: 6735 1035

5. The Beast

Besides being known as a cool Southern-themed bar, The Beast is also famous for its wicked The Beast burger. It is so insanely massive that a pre-order is recommended if you are game to wolf down this gigantic burger!


This mammoth 3kg burger is the star of The Beast Burger Challenge. Priced at a whopping $125, beat the challenge and the meal is on the house! Be warned that you will be contending with 1.6 pounds of juicy beef patty, 1 pound of slow cooked pulled pork, 1 pound of southern buttermilk fried chicken and a good serving of slaw, lettuce and tomato wedged between a custom-made 9 inch bun. Moreover, you have to polish off the bucket of fries to consider the challenge complete.

Alternatively, bring a group of four to five starving friends to take on this beastly burger with you!

The Beast
Address: 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329
Opening hours: Mon to Wed, Sat 5pm – 12am; Thu to Fri 5pm – 1am; Sun 10am to 5pm
Tel: 6295 0017

6. The Chili Crab Burger

Because Singaporeans love their chili crab, Artistry decided to infuse this iconic local dish into one of its burgers – the Chili Crab Burger. Here, fresh blue swimmer crab meat is made into a huge, flavourful patty that will surely not disappoint!

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Sandwiched together with the thick crab patty are mixed greens and tomato slices, as well as some Japanese mayo. The homemade chili crab sauce served with it perfectly completes this unique rendition of Singapore’s favourite chili crab. This is definitely one hot-looking and tasty burger!

Address: 17 Sungai Pinang, Singapore 199149
Opening hours: Tue to Sat 9am – 11pm; Sun 9am – 4pm
Tel: 6298 2420

7. Mini Chocolate Burger

First things first, this is not a burger per se. Wait, what?! A quick glance at FOC Restaurant’s deceptive Mini Chocolate Burger and you might easily mistake it for a real burger. As one of the most recent food trends seem to involve desserts masquerading as mains, here we have a realistic-looking burger made entirely of chocolate!


This adorable spin on the burger features a milk chocolate ganache “patty”, a slice of mango “cheese” and strawberry “tomatoes” stacked between two white chocolate “buns”. They might not boast the usual savoury burger taste but these chocolate burgers are indisputably Instagram-worthy!

FOC Restaurant
Address: 40 Hongkong Street, Singapore 059679
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 12nn – 2pm & 6pm – 10pm; Fri to Sat 12nn – 2pm & 6pm – 10.30pm (Closed on Sundays)
Tel: 6100 4040

8. The Terminator

Even if Arnold Schwarzenegger is a rabid burger fan, we are still pretty sure he will be shaken by the sheer size of Roadhouse’s The Terminator burger. To say this burger is big is a total understatement. With 6 wagyu beef patties, 6 slices of cheese, streaky bacon, jalapeños and chillis stacked between two homemade sesame buns, this is a colossal piece of burger-work! Served with coleslaw and fries, the massive burger remains the undisputed star of the dish.


Finish this burger in 20 minutes and you not only walk away with an extremely full stomach–you won’t have to pay a single cent! There is even a spicy, red hot version of this! Are you up for this insane eating challenge?

Address: 13 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249674
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 11.30am – 3pm & 6.30pm – 11.30pm; Sat to Sun 9am – 11.30pm
Tel: 6476 2922

These mind-blowing burger creations will certainly tickle those taste buds of yours! If the thought of wolfing down an entire burger by yourself seems impossible, not to worry! Gather all your friends who are likely to be as keen as you on embarking on this burger food trail.

While these burgers definitely scream “UNHEALTHY”, with outrageous creations like this, it’s definitely worth breaking that diet, even if just to say that you’ve tried it!

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