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How fast can you down a pound? Gourmet American burger joint 25 Degrees is putting local diners to the test with their Pounder Burger Challenge.

Starting from 16 September, competitive eaters and insatiable foodies will have exactly four minutes to finish a scrumptious one-pound burger and stand the chance to win weekly dining vouchers and the grand prize of an all-expenses paid celebration with 20 friends, selected at the end of the four-week challenge.

Those brave enough to answer the call will have four minutes to finish a scrumptious one-pound burger.

Not for those with a small appetite, the premiering Pounder Burger is one glorious pound of mouth-watering, diet-disrupting goodness. The mammoth burger features a delightful juicy US Angus grain-fed beef patty stacked with crispy battered onion rings, fresh arugula, a layer of decadent French Morbier cheese, and a generous serving of house-made chimichurri mayonnaise sandwiched between two buttery, toasted brioche buns.

Gather friends, family and fans to watch you down a pound during this four-week battle against time. Those who emerge victorious will stand a chance to win a S$100 dining voucher for 25 Degrees Singapore, drawn weekly.

The excitement doesn’t stop there! At the end of the challenge period, a winner will be randomly selected to receive the grand prize of an all-expenses-paid celebration for 20 friends at 25 Degrees Singapore – all drinks and food absolutely free of charge (worth $400). 

The Pounder Burger is available at $18++ from 11 am – 2 pm daily.

The challenge is open from 16 September until 11 October 2019. To apply, simply head down to the restaurant, fill up a participation form, order the burger and get to it!

A. 200 Middle Rd 188980 E. [email protected] P. +65 6809 7988



3 September 2019
Looks delicious, but I certainly couldn't do it in 4 min. Good luck to everyone else!


I agree with the comment above. That’s a lot of meat to consume on 4 minutes. How about the effect this competition has on sustainable food management and sustainable consumption of meat - and food in general? Comments?