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3 Ramly Burger Stalls In Singapore To Get Your Fix Of This OG Pasar Malam Snack

29th March 2023

Ramly burger in Singapore

Going to the pasar malam is a national pastime. With every visit, grabbing a Ramly burger was a must for many of us—the affordable snack in all its juicy, greasy glory is the stuff pasar malam dreams are made of.

Now that these night markets are making a comeback, fans have easier access to this cult favourite treat. However, there are also a few Ramly burger stalls that have set up permanent shops so that you can get your hands on them, almost any day of the week. Here’s a list of the three places you can find Ramly burgers in Singapore outside of a night market!

1. Mr. Burger

Image credit: @mrburger159 

Check out the new kid on the block: Mr. Burger in Bugis Village! The restaurant is run and owned by Malaysians, and their burgers are said to closely resemble the ones you’d get at night markets. Prices here start from $5.90, and you get to choose from a bunch of unique burger flavours inspired by the food in different countries.

These include the China Mala Chicken Burger ($6.90), Hawaiian Chicken Burger ($6.90), and Thai Style Chicken Burger ($6.90). If that’s not enough, the eatery also offers pasta dishes such as Seafood Marinara Pasta ($8.90), Mushroom Pasta with Truffle Oil ($7.90) and more!

Read our coverage of Mr. Burger.

Address: 159 Rochor Road, Singapore 188434
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 9764 3676
Mr. Burger is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Ministry of Burgers

Ministry of Burgers - Thunder Combo

Located in Downtown East is Ministry of Burgers, a Ramly burger cafe that sells a slightly zhnged-up version of the classic Ramly burger. As compared to the usual Ramly meat patties, theirs are thicker and juicier to give a more satisfying bite. Their signature is the Thunder Burger ($11.50), which comes with four stacked patties of your choice, as well as egg, lettuce, and sauce. Otherwise, their atypical burgers go for $7.30, with a choice of chicken, beef, veggie, or fish. Round off the meal with their Special Briyani Fries ($2.90), where shoestring fries are dusted in biryani spices for an extra spicy kick.

Read our full review of Ministry of Burgers!

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, #01-K101, Downtown East, Singapore 519599
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8182 6497
Ministry of Burgers is a halal-certified eatery.

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3. The Original Pisang Keju

the original pisang keju ramly burger
Image credit: The Original Pisang Keju

Those who frequent the pasar malam will definitely recognise The Original Pisang Keju, one of the key local vendors for Ramly burgers. The brand has a flagship outlet in East Village Mall, located in Upper Changi. Each burger costs $4.50, and you can enjoy it with either beef or chicken patties. If you’d like, an additional patty can be added at just $2.50 too! They’ve also got cheese goreng pisang available for home delivery and catering for events, so do contact them via the number listed below.

Address: 430 Upper Changi Road, #01-15, East Village Mall, Singapore 487048
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 8pm
Tel: 8742 6967
The Original Pisang Keju is a Muslim-owned eatery.

Where to find Ramly burgers in Singapore

While pasar malam visits are currently put on hold, we’re definitely psyched to see Ramly burger kiosks gaining new leases of life as physical stores around the city. If you prefer to try your hand at making your own, then we also have a Ramly burger recipe for you to try your hand at. Otherwise, read our guide to the best burgers in Singapore, including halal-friendly options!

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