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19 Best Burgers In Singapore For All Budgets

17th November 2022

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 19 best burgers in Singapore for every budget. 


Less than $10


1. Hammee’s


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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 aboutburgers. 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, from their house-baked buns to their juicy beef patties. 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. Expect to spend around $10 a person.

Check out our Hammee’s review here! 

Address: 31 Commonwealth Crescent, #02-93, Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre, Singapore 149644
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11am to 5pm
Tel: 9818 8014
Website
Hammee’s is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Ashes Burnit


Ashes Burnnit - Double Cheese Burger

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, and they’ve since expanded to multiple outlets islandwide. The burgers here are smashed to give a caramelised crust and juicy interior. This is one of our 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 Smash Cheeseburger ($6.50 for single, $9.50 for double). Be sure to add a portion of their fries, which are thick and crispy.

Check out our Ashes Burnnit review.

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Full list of outlets
Ashes Burnit is a halal-certified eatery.

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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, for affordable cheeseburgers and more.

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.

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Full list of outlets 

Wolf Burgers is not a halal-certified eatery, but all their ingredients are halal.


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 $8.80 for a set meal.

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

Check out our Skirt & Dirt review.

Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, #02-66, Tiong Bahru Market, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 8pm
Website
Skirt & Dirt is not a halal-certified eatery


5. NBCB 


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Cheekily named homegrown burger joint NBCB has two outlets, one in i12 Katong, and another in Orchard Central. They’re known for their handcrafted burgs, most of which are priced at just $8.90 for their single patty offerings. However, we highly recommend you get the DCB ($15.90), a hefty double cheeseburger with juicy beef, fresh greens, cheddar cheese, and a house-made burger sauce that’s equal amounts smoky and sweet. 

Enjoy your burger wth a side of their Kantang of the Day with Truffle Mayo Dip ($7.90), where skin-on french fries are hand-cut, then deep-fried. Truffle fans will thoroughly enjoy the accompanying dip, flecked with real pieces of mushroom.

Read our NBCB review.

Address: 112 East Coast Road, #01-17, i12 Katong, Singapore 428802
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 8872 0160
Website
NBCB is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. The Burger Coy 


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If you miss the McDonald’s Prosperity Burger outside of Chinese New Year, then The Burger Coy has a stellar dupe. The Muslim-owned burger stall in Amoy Street Food Centre sells burgers all under $9 with sides, which is quite a steal. They’ve been getting particularly good reviews, especially for The Black Pepper Beef Burger ($7.30 for single patty, $9.80 for double).

This Prosperity Burger spin-off comes with pillowy soft brioche buns that are discernibly buttery on the inside, with a patty that’s doused in a well-balanced, peppery sauce. Another fan favourite is the The Truffle Mushroom Beef Burger ($8.80 for single patty, $11.30 for double), which comes with a creamy mushroom-y mayo, laced with truffle oil.

Read our The Burger Coy review.

Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #01-68, Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 8pm, Sat 12pm to 4pm
Website
The Burger Coy is a Muslim-owned eatery.

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7. Salai M’an 


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Run by a former Potato Head chef is Salai M’an, a Berseh Food Centre stall that dishes out delicious, fusion burgers at wallet-friendly prices. A bestseller here is the Rendang Kampong ($8), a delightfully messy handful, given the generous amount of lemak rendang sauce, and melty mozzarella adorning the patty.

Another must-try is the BLT Special ($7.90), which comes with smoky turkey bacon, and spicy mayo for a bit of a kick. Note that all prices include fries, so you’re getting quite a steal!

Read our Salai M’an review.

Address: 166 Jalan Besar, #01-18, Singapore 208877
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm to 11pm
Tel: 8249 7578
Website
Salai M’an is a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Burger House


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Omakase Burger may be gone, but you can reminisce the good times at Burger House, founded by the restaurant’s former head chef. This Beauty World hawker stall has a number of burgers under $10. Their signature Beef Burger ($7.90) comes with a smashed patty cooked till a juicy medium-rare, but they also have a Chicken ($6.20) and Mushroom ($6.90) burger if you prefer. In our opinion, the latter is a great alternative to the pricier Shake Shack mushroom burger. Get your fix of fries for an additional $2.50!

Read our Burger House review.

Address: 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #04-42, Singapore 588177
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8pm
Website
Burger House is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Less than $20


9. One Fattened Calf


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Family-run burger shop One Fattened Calf took the social media world by storm when they first opened. Their OFC Cheeseburger ($15) is a signature that comes with a 150g patty of premium New Zealand grass-fed beef, smashed on the grill and blowtorched before serving with house-made potato buns.

Fans also love their indulgent OFC ButterBurger ($15), which comes with two thick slabs of cold grass-fed butter for extra creaminess and flavour.

Read our One Fattened Calf review!

Address: 1 Fusionopolis Place, #01-31, Galaxis, Singapore 138522
Opening hours: Mon-Tue Thurs-Sat 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 8pm, Wed 11am to 3pm
Website
One Fattened Calf is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Wildfire Burgers


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Tucked away in the NAFA Campus is Wildfire Burgers, where Wagyu beef burgers go from just $16++. 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. They can be a bit of a messy handful, but it’s worth it.

If you fancy some sides, they also do Signature Fried Chicken ($13++ for three pieces), made with always fresh, and never frozen chicken parts.

Check out our Wildfire Burgers review.

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Wildfire Burgers is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. The Goodburger


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The “good” in The Goodburger’s name is a double entendre: they serve good burgers that are also good for you and the environment, given that they’re all plant-based. If you’ve ever been hesitant about trying plant-based burgers, The Goodburger will change your mind. It certainly did ours, as their burgers taste so much like real meat!

The American-style food truck concept has a permanent home in Coronation Plaza, where you can feast on their full meatless menu by their al fresco seating area, under twinkling fairy lights for maximum vibes.

Must-orders include their signature, The Classic ($16/$22), which gives you the full cheeseburger experience sans beef. You can even double up on the patties for extra shiokness. The cheeseburger is accented with a secret sauce that gives the burger equal amounts of smoke and zing, while pickles offer some bite. Chicken sandwich devotees ought to order the What The Cluck! ($18). The cheekily named Southern “chicken” sandwich sees a TiNDLE plant-based chicken patty as the star, slathered with a house-made, garlicky sauce and crunchy pickles for added oomph.

All burgers come with fries, but we also recommend you add on their Mozzarella Sticks ($8), served with house-made marinara sauce. Get your cameras ready too, for that #cheesepull.

Read our The Goodburger review.

Address: 587 Bukit Timah Road, Coronation Shopping Plaza, Singapore 269707
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 8484 9984
Website
The Goodburger is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. 25 Degrees Burgers & Liquor Bar


Best Burger Singapore 25 degree's burger

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 $9.50++. Try 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.

Address: 200 Middle Road, Level 1, Hotel G, Singapore 188980
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6809 7990
Website
25 Degrees is not a halal-certified eatery.


13. Burger Frites


Best Burger Singapor Burger Frites Angus Cheeseburger

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 B.F. Classic Cheese 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.  

Check out our Burger Frites review.

Address: 340 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427592
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 10pm
Website

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14. Three Buns


Best Burger Singapore Three Buns Da Cheese Burger

Previously only available at Potato Head, Three Buns has expanded to its first stand-alone store at Robertson Quay. 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 mustard 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. 

Address: 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
Opening hours:  Mon-Thurs 5pm to 10:30pm, Fri 12pm to 11:30pm, Sat 10am to 11:30pm, Sun 10am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6909 7838
Website
Three Buns is not a halal-certified eatery.


15. (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.

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: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 8768 0463
Website
(working title) is a halal-certified eatery.


16. Two Blur Guys


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Image credit: @casandrafml

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. 

You 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. 

Address: 387 Jalan Besar, Singapore 209002
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6636 4183
Website
Two Blur Guys is not a halal-certified eatery.


Less than $30


17. 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. 

Their Meatsmith Cheeseburger ($18++) 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. Just take note that the burger portions are a little small! 

Address: 167-169 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068620
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 4pm to 9pm
Tel: 6221 2262
Website
Meatsmith is not a halal-certified eatery.


18. BurgerLabo


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The burgers at BurgerLabo are some of the priciest you can find, but they 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 to much fanfare.

Unlike the classic chuck and brisket patty combination, their Basic Burger ($25++) uses a blend of grass-fed Aberdeen Angus and Toriyama Umami Wagyu A4 patty. It’s then brushed with 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, we 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 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10.30pm
Tel: 6694 0940
Website
Burgerlabo is not a halal-certified eatery.


19. Black Tap


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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 by 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 018972
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6688 9957
Website
Black Tap is not a halal-certified eatery.

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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. 

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This article was originally written on 16 January 2020.

 

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