What do you think about Best Burgers in Singapore?

Pictured: Nickeldime Alley

Who doesn’t love a juicy burger? A thick patty encased within sesame buns that don’t fall apart, with crunchy toppings of your choice and sauces to give it that oomph.

There are few things as satisfying as biting into a heavenly burger. But with an array of options, ranging from gourmet to fast-food, how does one find the perfect burger in the city? We conducted a burger-hunt over 3 months to search for the best of the best and found a few that leave behind the rest! To maintain a level playing field, we kept the hunt within mid-range joints, weeding away the fast food restaurants as well as pruning off the high-end gourmet burgers. The entries all range from $15-$25.


25 Degrees

25 Degree

Cruise through this crunch time with the limited-edition Crunch Burger at 25 Degrees. Sandwiched between two warm and fluffy buns, chow down on the juicy all-American beef patty layered with slices of savoury Emmental cheese. Caramelized onions and rocket leaves provide an added dimension to each bite that is befitting of the burger’s name. Served with corn snacks and Tabasco ketchup, the Crunch Burger is priced at $15++ (a la carte) and available only at 25 Degrees from now till 31 October 2018, after which time the fabulous classic burgers we have all come to know and love will continue to be served daily. Write A Review

Three Buns Quayside

Three Buns

Three Buns is a culturally lead, creative space with a restaurant at the core offering gourmet burgers and crafted cocktails, redefining the burger joint. Potato Head Folk has brought its popular burger brand to Robertson Quay with Three Buns Quayside. To set it apart from the flagship in Keong Saik, Three Buns Quayside features the standard menu you most probably know and love, but also a beefed up selection of new burgers and hot dogs created by Executive Chef Adam Penney. Write A Review

LAVO Rooftop Brunch

Lavo Burger

Offering a brand-new brunch service every single day, LAVO Singapore has upped the game where mid-day meals are concerned. The restaurant now opens its doors from 10.30am onwards, serving up brunch items like Ricotta Pancakes topped with homemade blueberry jam and the Wake and Bake (baked eggs, Tomato, Bell Pepper, Onion, Paprika, and Toast on the side),  till 3.30pm daily - and not to forget the delicious Burger treat. Guests can also order LAVO favourites such as its signature one pound meatball during brunch service. An excellent solution for the hungry hearted and for lovers of all things sky-high with awesome views of Singapore. Write A Review


The Brightside

Named after the Monty Python song "Always Look on The Bright Side of Life". It's a little bit silly, but let's face it, life can be jolly rotten some times, so we say bugger it, let your hair down and come laugh. Feeling fancy? Quality spirits and mixer for only $12 nett! which includes; Tanqueray Gin, Ketel One, Sailor Jerry, Monkey Shoulder, The Brooklyn Brewery Craft Lager and all cocktails. The Brightside is pretty famous for beers which start from as little as $6 when you buy a bucket of Carlsberg or $15.75 nett for two full pints of Asahi Super Dry or Connors Stout. $8 drinks before 8pm Monday to Saturdayincludes; Asahi, Stout, House Pour Red & White Wine/ Prosecco, House pour Aperol Spritz & Pimms But best of all their burgers rock. Review Here 


My Awesome Burger

A favourite cafe for many in Singapore. Packed to the rafters day and night from 7am. My Awesome Cafe is a unique place with a historic setting, and quality food and service. Sitting at one of the high tables in the five foot way is a great way to relax and watch the world go by in that little corner of Singapore. Try an awesome burger with French Brioche. There are three to choose from. French Duck Confit, Peppered Roast Beef or the delicious Chicken & Bacon burger. You will not be disappointed. Review Here



Nickeldime Alley is a favourite neighbourhood spot in River Valley, offering top quality food to be enjoyed with top quality craft beers. Australian Cheif Executive Chef Tim Ashwood offers comfort pub food introducing the classic N.D Beef Burger which consists of 18 hand ground beef, housemade pickles, onion jam, crispy bacon, cheese, chipotle aioli & N.D Garlic fries. Also dig into the Mac & Cheese, Confit Duck Waffle, Croque Madame and an awesome Cheese Waffle drenched in Maple Syrup. With 16 International craft beers on tap, Nickeldime introduces Heart of Darkness Brewery from Saigon and Byron Bay Australia's prized Stone & Wood. Review Here

Rumours Holland Village

Rumours Holland Village

Rumours Grilled Cheese Burger is a jewel. The burger is made up of a homemade patty grilled to perfection, topped with bacon, cheddar cheese and crispy Old Dutch cheese, and served with fat chips. Rumours Bar & Grill is set to make its mark on Singapore’s competitive food and beverage scene with its undeniable value for entertainment with its week-round live band performances and live DJ on weekends, and a delicious menu by award-winning Chef Noor Azman. Review Here

Mo & Jo Sourdough Burgers

Mo & Jo Sourdough Burgers

This is the latest burger to hit town. 180g Beef pattie with house made sourdough bread! This is the latest project by Baker and Cook and Plank pizza. The buns, gherkins, mayo are all made in house! The beef pattie is pressed on a hot plate to develop a nice crust. The main difference is the sourdough buns. They are not the usual soft and squishy buns and have a bit of structure. The burgers start at $17 and are quite big. It’s a good hearty burger for those who like their bread to be more rustic. Worth checking out if you are around the area or if you are a burger fan. They also have a NZ style burger with beetroot as well as other proteins like chicken, veggie and grilled barramundi. Review Here


Blue Label Burger Lukes

Luke’s offers a mean burger, but in all fairness, it is only available in limited quantities each day. The Blue Label Burger is made up of a tender beef patty, onions, delicious pickles, tomato and lettuce all rolled up in a Luke's special sauce and held together by a fluffy, home-made bread roll. We suggest adding on extra ingredient or two such as cured bacon, perfectly fried egg or cheddar cheese. Review Here


A chain with multiple outlets across the island, Fatboy’s The Burger Bar is known for sinful burgers. The burgers are loaded and juicy, with options like chicken, beef or pork. The swiss shroom burger, in particular, makes us go weak in the knees. Lunch-time specials make this one an affordable stop if you’re craving a drippy-delicious-burger. Review Here

P.S.- The shakes are incredible too!

Hard Rock Cafe Singapore

Hard Rock Cafe

Just like the artists whose memorabilia lines the walls at Hard Rock locations worldwide, the burgers served at Hard Rock Cafe are nothing short of “legendary.” All Legendary©Burgers feature the highest quality meat, fresh ingredients, savory sauces and rich, melted cheese. Legendary© Burgers are served with lettuce, tomato and paired with the ultimate sidekick – Hard Rock’s Savory Artisan french fries. Each french fry selection is paired with a complementary signature dipping sauce. Guests in select regions can choose from Hard Rock’s classic seasoned french fries or additional new offerings, including Garlic Fries with Garlic Aioli and Spiced Curry Fries with Tandoori mayonnaise**  Review Here

Huber’s Butchery and Bistro


Known for high-quality meats, Huber’s at Dempsey also has a lovely bistro that opens up for lunch. The burger is possibly the best in the city, owing largely to the pure Australian 100% beef patty cooked to perfection. Topped with caramelized onions and bacon, this one is a winner.  Review Here


Potato Head Singapore

Here's one for the books. Fun Boy Three (pictured) is a decadent concoction of Black Angus beef, roasted portobello mushroom, smoked applewood cheddar, garlic and miso butter, with a splash of truffle aioli. Three Buns also bakes its brioche buns in-house and uses prime grass-fed lamb and beef from Australia in these awesome patties. Housed in one of the most iconic buildings on Keong Saik Road, Potato Head Singapore is a dynamic destination offers four venues within one building. Review Here


The Hangar

Probably the craziest place in Singapore, The Hangar on Arab Street is a Melbourne-inspired coffee shop, bar, restaurant and live music venue all rolled into one. The beef burger is outstanding and can as easily be paired with a mug of beer as with one of their exceptional coffees. They even have a 1-for-1 offer on burgers every Tuesday. Review Here

Working Title

working title

While we’re on Arab Street, Working Title Burger Bar deserves a mention. This interestingly-named café sits below a hostel run by the same people and is frequented by backpackers and locals alike. The hipster vibe makes it a fun place to work out of or just drop in for a bite. Speaking of which, their Baconator is a killer halal certified beef burger topped with turkey bacon and melting Swiss cheese. The lunch deal gives you a drink free with your order. Review Here



If an American-style diner is more your scene, you will love Roadhouse on Dempsey Hill. With a menu that ranges from fish burgers to pulled pork and ofcourse classic beef (with an option of wagyu), this is perfect for a family outing where everyone wants something different. They also have a great kids menu and serve some seriously addictive fries.Review Here

Two Blur Guys

two blur guys

You wouldn’t be blamed for missing this tiny space in the Tanjong Pagar area but that would be a loss of magnificent proportions. Serving only burgers, Two Blur Guys reflects the passion of its owners in the quality of the meat used. We love the Prime Beef with Streaky Bacon burger, especially when paired with a bottle from their selection of craft beers. They serve their burgers with potato wedges and a green salad and the truffle mayonnaise used in the burger is made inhouse. Review Here

13% Gastro Wine @Aliwal

13 percent

A wine bar on Aliwal Street, 13% Gastro Wine offers their 13% burger and it is a pleasant surprise. With juicy beef patties, gherkins, melted cheese and tomato slices nestled within a brioche, the burger is a hit. If you love seafood, you will enjoy the Crispy Crab Burger too, which features breaded blue crab. Review Here

These are the ones that rocked our world, but there are a couple of other places that made it to the shortlist. Burger Joint is quite the rage in New York and its Singapore outpost is usually quite crowded as well. We loved the hidden-away vibe behind red velvet curtains, but the burger patty felt a tad under-seasoned. WOLF Burgers in Suntec City is also quite popular, especially for a pit stop when shopping in the area.  


Non Member
4 October 2018
thank you for the burger list. I do love a good burger from time to time so will see some of these and refer to this list when we are out


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Non Member
4 October 2018
You've certainly hit a number of highlights there but somehow missed out on Hans Im Gluck which not only has excellent burgers including a range of vegetarian and vegan options, but also has outstanding service. I'm happy to put up photos of my recent experience there but I don't see a place to do that here?


Hans Im Gluck is a bit too mainstream don't you think? I don't like the burgers there at all. The Chicken salad is OK and quite large portion a lunch meal
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Non Member
1 October 2018
I can’t wait to make my way through this list. I do have to say my current vote goes to “Black Tap” at the Marina Bay Esplanade for the best American-style burger in the country!


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Non Member
12 August 2018
Not a well put together list. There are some fab proper burger places in Singapore.


Thank you for you comment, BUT if you would register so we know you are not a fake reviewer, also keep in mind you're saying the community have suggested burger joints that they have voted on and chosen are wrong in comparison to what you like..... This list is the direct result of registered members of expat choice and their selection so what makes you be so vicious with your comment. At least be constructive and offer some of your suggestions so they can be voted on by the 27,000 plus registered members of expat choice and then POSSIBLY added to the list. Due to your secret identity your Rating will be automatically upgrade to 8/8 until you register as a real person at which time the rating with revert to your nominated 2.55/8. Thank you for your understanding.
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Non Member
7 August 2018
I do like “free the robot” but also for me “25 degrees” and “Two Blur Guys” for amazing burgers and more


Yes we all tend to want a Two Blur Guys burger from time to time. Been a good old reliable for quite some time now
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