Burgers are one of the best food inventions ever – at least in our books. From classic burger joints to affordable hawker offerings, we’ve compiled a list of cafes, bars and restaurants to help your search for the best burgers in Singapore.
#1 Crafted by Peter Zwiener
If you’re a fan of Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, you’ll want to check out this burger spot helmed by its founder, Peter Zwiener. The restaurant features an upscale design with refined wood grains and sophisticated palettes of turquoise, red and neon. There’s even a pet-friendly alfresco dining area! Unlike Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, burgers take centre stage here; but there’s just as much focus on high-quality beef. The burgers are made with all premium ingredients, including 100% USDA-certified prime beef. There’s a range of healthy salads and classic steakhouse sides like mac n’ cheese and roasted potatoes with bacon – all sounds delicious!
If you’re a burger purist, go for The Crafted Classic. While deceptively simple, it’s the best way to let the restaurant’s high-quality beef really shine.
26 Beach Road, B1-21, South Beach Avenue
#2 Wolf Burger
This local burger business recently opened a standalone diner in the east, and we’ve given its new items our stamp of approval!
Good Catch, a simple yet satisfying number with just two main ingredients: a tempura-battered fish fillet and wasabi mayo.
#01-43, Changi City Point
5 Changi Business Park Central 1
#3 Huber’s Bistro
Known for its wide range of meat – poultry, veal, beef, hams and more – and generous selection of gourmet cheeses, dried goods and oils, this family-run shop has a cosy bistro, too! With an outdoor playground for kids to run around while their grown-ups enjoy burgers and beer, Huber’s Bistro is a popular pick with expat and local shoppers alike.
Huber’s dry aged beef burger: pure Australian chilled beef, dry aged for 21 days, topped with sun-dried tomato aioli, roasted tomatoes, caramelised onions and rocket leaves, and served with fries.
#4 25 Degrees Burger and Liquor
Housed in the spiffy Hotel G, this casual diner – part of a chain that originated in Hollywood – serves a selection of juicy burgers, milkshakes and diner classics, including buttermilk pancakes and waffles. The décor is modern with a splash of retro, with portraits of American icons adorning the walls. Choose from five burgers – the first three on the menu (called Numbers One, Two and Three respectively) are beef-based and come highly recommended.
Number Two, featuring a generous portion of melty burrata cheese, crispy prosciutto, pesto and a perfectly cooked, medium-rare beef patty, all sandwiched between two fluffy brioche buns.
#5 Cafe Melba
Surrounded by lush greenery, this hidden gem in Mountbatten offers a diverse selection of modern Australasian dishes, from hearty brunch dishes to juicy burgers and freshly made pizzas. Mums with bubs will love how spacious the 120-seater is; there’s even a weekend bouncy castle, a giant game of Connect Four and other games outside for kiddos to play in with!
Smoked bacon burger, which features a thick slab of homemade bacon steak glazed in teriyaki sauce, as well as a fried egg, both nestled between two well-toasted buns. It comes with a generous portion of tasty fries, too!
#6 Fat Boys
If you’re making a list of the best burgers in Singapore, you definitely can’t look past Fat Boys. Since launching their first outlet along Upper Thomson in 2009, this burger bar has opened multiple outlets around the island, as well as in Malaysia and China. Food-wise, the menu features a variety of specialty burgers. Picky eaters can also create their own burger with over 25 toppings, 11 sauces and four types of buns and patties to choose from.
Wimpy: beef chuck patty, chewy bacon, cheddar, a fried egg and homemade Fatboy’s barbecue sauce on sesame seed buns.
Multiple locations islandwide. fatboys.sg
#7 Tiong Bahru Bakery
After a recent menu revamp, this local bakery and cafe is now serving hot mains for dinner. Apart from the usual pastries – which they are best known for – you can also find heartier grub like the Quinoa Colour Bowl, a fruity mix of pomegranate, diced cucumbers, yellow watermelon, cherry tomatoes and pickled red onions served atop quinoa.
Many who’ve tried it consider the Kimcheese Burger the best burger in Singapore. Consisting of a juicy beef burger patty, homemade toasted buckwheat buns, chayote kimchi, manchego cheese and pickled red onions, alongside sweet potato wedges.
Located along the happening Telok Ayer Street is six-year-old café Sarnies, known for its delicious Aussie grub. Start with the grilled haloumi slider trio, a vegetarian-friendly starter that combines tart cherry tomatoes, sweet onion jam and a generous serving of grilled cheese, all sandwiched between mini buns. Don’t leave without trying the Sarnies brownie with vanilla ice cream , a super dense, super fudgy bit of heaven for all chocolate fans!
Chicken schnitzel burger with caramelised pineapple, bacon and aioli. This monster of a burger is a massive hit!
#9 &Made Burger Bistro
This burger restaurant has six hearty burger variations! Located in the all-new alfresco wing of Robinsons The Heeren, &Made is joined by L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro and Sabio Tapas Bar in the just-refurbished dining space. A central menu, featuring the three restaurants’ signatures, allows you more choices and options as you can order across concepts.
The B Burger. This bad boy is made up of juicy dry-aged beef, sweet onion compote, creamy French Comté cheese and capers.
#10 Project Warung
Started by three young chefs, this just-launched halal burger stall offers quality burgers at affordable prices. Tuck into signatures like the char-grilled teriyaki chicken burger with sesame coleslaw, a sunny-side-up and bonito flakes.
B1-24 Golden Mile Food Centre
Located in the nondescript hawker centre at Beauty World, this no-frills stall serves up gourmet burgers at affordable prices. There are only five options available; go for the unique Ayam Buah Keluak ($5), an Asian-inspired number that features minced chicken, rempah (a Malay spice), buah keluak (a Peranakan fruit) and chap chye (mixed vegetables stew).
#04-49 Beauty World Centre
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