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Burgs Review: Get 50% Off At This Famous Muslim-Owned Burger Place In Somerset

9th November 2023

Burgs by Project Warung at 313@somerset


The famous Muslim-owned burger brand, Burgs by Project Warung, is showing no signs of slowing down. It is run by two local chefs, Indra and Ridz, who previously worked in Michelin-starred restaurants before starting this burger journey together. With their expertise, Indra and Ridz opened Burgs to specialise in gourmet burgers—but at affordable prices.


Since their first opening, Burgs has grown and expanded to four outlets around Singapore, including the one we recently visited in 313@somerset. The reason for our visit was to try the brand’s new menu, which promises a few exciting burgers and side dishes.

What’s more, Burgs is running a promotion from now till 11 November 2023 to celebrate the launch of this new menu. From 2pm to 6pm at any Burgs outlet, simply shout “SLAY!” at the counter to get 50% off your order. For burger fans, that’s very slay indeed.

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Food at Burgs by Project Warung

The first new menu item we tried was the Black Pepper Beef Burger ($6.80 single, $9.80 double). We were feeling particularly peckish that day, so we decided to get the double patty version, as we did for the other two burgers we tried as well.


This dish combined beef patties with black pepper sauce, onion relish, and cheddar cheese, all sandwiched between perfectly browned burger buns. The two beef patties here were tender and well-grilled, and together they made for quite the meaty package. However, the patties weren’t as juicy as I thought they would be.


The black pepper sauce had a nice earthy flavour, but it lacked the spicy kick we were expecting. Some of that slack was picked up by the onion relish, which added tanginess, sweetness, and a nice crunch to each bite.

While the dish had some shortcomings, I thought it was a decent, well-balanced burger overall. Our next dish, however, is surely one for those who prefer intense flavours in their burgers.


The BLT Beef Burger ($8,80 single, $11.80 double) packed crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheddar cheese, and of course, beef patties. Russian dressing was chosen to hold the dishes’ flavours together, but personally, I was not enamoured with this combination of flavours—it was simply too jelak for my palate.

Still, meat lovers may enjoy the beef-and-bacon duo here. The crispy bacon did contrast the soft patties well enough, and we appreciated how the bacon pieces weren’t too fatty or oily.


The final burger we tried was the Cajun Chicken Burger ($7.80 single, $10.80 double). Maybe we should have anticipated this since we ordered the double version, but it was absolutely massive. The dual chicken patties could barely be contained by the buns, especially since the super crispy batter expanded in all directions.


While the chicken patties weren’t the juiciest around, they had a nice crunch and were seasoned generously with cajun spice mix. This mix seemed to feature the red chilli peppers more prominently than other spices, so it really packed a spicy punch. Thankfully, the white sauce and lettuce in the burger were there to quell the burn.


If you like the taste of the cajun seasoning, you can also get the Cajun Fries ($5.50), which features thick-cut potato covered in the same piquant condiment. But if you had to choose one side of fries, we recommend you get the Cuban Fries ($6.50) instead, which pairs fries with succulent pulled beef and light mayo.

Ambience at Burgs by Project Warung


Located beside Somerset MRT Station, Burgs can be found in one of the four corners at Food Republic, 313@somerset. They have a small designated area for their customers to dine in, which has a different vibe from the surrounding food court. However, this area has limited seats, so do come early if you’d like to dine within their store. If not, there are ample seats available in the food court.

The verdict

For the price, Burgs serves up pretty decent gourmet burgers. They aren’t perfect by any means, but for sizable burgers that are generally under $12—or under $6 if you apply the 50% promotion—I’d say these are worth your money.

If you’re looking for more burger options, check out our guide to the best burgers in Singapore without breaking the bank. Alternatively, read our Carne review—an all-day burger bar in Telok Ayer.

Address: 313 Orchard Road, #05-01/02/03, Stall 25, Food Republic, 313@somerset, Singapore 238895
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8:45pm
Burgs by Project Warung is a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Kaedynce Chew.
This was a media tasting at Burgs by Project Warung.

Burgs by Project Warung Review: Famous Muslim-Owned Burger Place Opens At Somerset With Prices Under $12
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    Burgs by Project Warung Review: Famous Muslim-Owned Burger Place Opens At Somerset With Prices Under $12 - 7/10


– Convenient and comfortable location
– Decent burgers at affordable prices

– Beef patties weren’t as juicy as they could be
– BLT Beef Burger didn’t come together cohesively

Recommended dishes: Black Pepper Beef Burger ($6.80 single, $9.80 double), Cajun Chicken Burger ($7.80 single, $10.80 double), Cuban Fries ($6.50)

Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8:45pm

Address: 313 Orchard Road, #05-01/02/03, Stall 25, Food Republic, 313@somerset, Singapore 238895

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