FatBurger Gives You A Taste Of America With Its Quadruple-Sized Burgers – To Open 7 September

First, Shake Shack announces that they’ll be opening in Jewel Changi Airport.

Now, another American fast food chain has announced that they will be opening in Singapore – say hello to Fatburger!

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Most of you would be wondering what Fatburger is, because our American fast food vocabulary is limited to Shake Shack, In-N-Out, Wendy’s and McDonald’s.

To start off, there is no affiliation to FatPapas or FatBoy’s.

All-American Fast Food

Fatburger has actually been around since 1952 and voted as America’s Best Burger on many occasions.

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It’s odd that they’ve managed to stay out of Singaporeans’ fast food radar, considering that they have outlets in Japan, Beijing, and the Philippines.

Now that they’ve decided to open in Singapore, the first 2 stores will be opening in OneKM Mall in Katong and Velocity at Novena Square.

Here’s a look at what the stores are expected to look like.

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If you think this is just another run-of-the-mill fast food chain, think again. Every burger is cooked upon order using fresh lean beef, chicken, or turkey.

While the full menu has not been revealed, we do know that you can choose to customise your burger in 4 available sizes – Single, Double, Triple, and Quadruple.

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The last fast food chain that offered multi-layered burgers was Wendy’s (and we all know what happened to her). But here’s to Fatburger bringing it back because we’re all for customisable meals.

For sides, there’s your standard skinny fries, fat fries (chips), sweet potato fries, and onion rings. We’re loving this inclusivity. #AllSidesMatter

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That’s not all, they even offer Buffalo Wings – traditional, boneless, and tenders.

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To go with your burger, fries and buffalo wings, how about some milkshakes?

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FatBurger has 4 flavours to choose from – Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla, and Cookies & Cream.

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The first outlet to open will be at OneKM, on 7 September 2018. The outlet at Velocity @ Novena Square will open a week later, on 14 September 2018.

Are you excited to try Fatburger?


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McDonald’s Is Sneaking Its Way Into Our Hearts With Its All New Ninja Burger

While the Samurai Burger is a must-eat every time it comes back on the McDonald’s menu, there’s a new burger coming that may soon be getting all the attention.

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Named the ‘Ninja Burger’, McDonald’s has gone dark with its latest offering, with black charcoal sesame burger buns that resemble the all-black gear of a Japanese Ninja.

This new McDonald’s burger contains a crispy chicken thigh patty, a good slathering of sweet Japanese Nanban sauce, sliced cucumbers, shredded white cabbage, and tartar sauce.

Order it as part of a meal and it’ll come with Seaweed Shaker Fries (L) and Heaven & Earth Green Tea (M) for $9.20. If you want to enjoy the burger on its own, you can order it a la carte at $6.40!

Given the beloved status of the Samurai Burger and the incredible success that was the Nasi Lemak Burger, we won’t be surprised if the Ninja Burger really takes off.

Available from 2 Nov onwards, be sure to get it at your nearest McDonald’s once it’s out!

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Grab Your Mugs, A&W Is Making A Comeback And We Are Floating To Root Beer Heaven

If you love American fast food chain A&W, you’ll be happy to know that they’ll be coming back to Singapore!

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I’m sure we – or the older ones of us, at least – can all remember their delicious root beer floats and addictive onion rings!

A&W, which is short for “Allen and Wright”, shuttered their last store in Singapore in 2003. After disappearing from our island over 10 years ago, the fast food chain will be returning as part of its expansion into Southeast Asia in 2018. This means it will still be quite a wait before we can get get our hands on some A&W.

We can’t wait to be reunited with their root beer floats, Coney dogs, curly fries, waffles and more!

Other countries A&W plans to expand into in the Southeast Asia region include Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia.

[caption id="attachment_27880" align="alignnone" width="1600"] A&W Coney Dog (Image Credit: While there is no word yet on where their first store will be, there’s a good chance there will be a branch near you, as the fast food chain has plans to open 30 – 40 new restaurants a year between the 4 countries.

A&W is currently searching for “real estate for a flagship company restaurant in Singapore”, and this flagship restaurant will also “serve as a training store for Southeast Asia”.

Can’t wait for A&W to arrive in Singapore? We never thought this day would come, and 2018 CANNOT arrive any sooner!

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(Header Image Source: A&W Canada Facebook)

Pancake Burgers Are The Latest Food Mashup In S’pore And We Are All Flippin’ Out

Here in Singapore, we have seen our fair share of food mashups. These include the “cronut”, a croissant and donut hybrid, the sushi burrito (self-explanatory), as well as the pizza waffle, to name a few.

Now, Tiong Bahru Bakery unveils their latest creation–pancake burgers–as part of their new Raffles City outlet dinner menu.

Pancake burgers at Tiong Bahru Bakery Raffles City

The creative folks at Tiong Bahru Bakery have whipped up 3 types of pancake burgers for you to sink your teeth into.

They recommend the PB & B Pancake Burger ($23) which has smoky spiced pork belly sandwiched between a stack of fluffy pancakes. The pancakes have maple syrup drizzled over them, with a generous helping of salted caramel, caramelised bananas, and peanuts to add some crunch.

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If you prefer something savoury, The Kim Cheesy Pancake Burger ($23) is the dish for you. It tastes and resembles an okonomiyaki with its bonito flakes and lettuce toppings. The savoury kimchi pancakes in this unique creation are complemented with a tofu patty that is drenched with a sweet bean sauce. Pick this if you want a lighter option to the PB & B Burger.

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Another item worth trying is the No Fuss Chicken Fusilli ($19). While this is a relatively common dish in many restaurants, Tiong Bahru Bakery checks all of our boxes with their well seasoned pasta, coupled with tender chicken thigh ragu. This will definitely be included in our list of comfort foods after a tiring day at work.

Located at such a central location and with such well executed dishes, Tiong Bahru Bakery is going to be our go-to option for dinner gatherings!

Tiong Bahru Bakery
Address: #B1-11/12, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Dinner timing: Weekdays: 5pm – 9.15pm; Weekends: 9am – 9.15pm
Contact no.: 63334160
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