Dish of the Month October 2020

Dish of the Month October - Cheeseburger | Chope

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What makes a good Cheeseburger?

Pickles, the right buns, the juiciness of the patty—there are just so many elements that go into making a delicious, juicy, and sinfully decadent burger, with so many versions and renditions popping up all over the globe.

We all know where the nearest fast food chains are for us to get our quick fix of this classic, but this October, we’re taking things up a notch. From gourmet finds to secret hideouts, we’re letting you in on some of our favourite spots in town to enjoy this delicious and timeless delight.

Ready? Say cheese!

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TOP PICKS

1. db Bistro & Oyster Bar

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Meat lovers, this one’s for you. This behemoth of a burger features 2 fluffy buns that hold together a THICK short rib patty, which also hides another delicious surprise within it—a slab of foie gras for that added flavour and dimension. Talk about decadence.

The Original db Burger: $48

Dinner Menu


2. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

We know and love Yardbird for their mouthwatering Southern Fried Chicken, but here’s a secret—their Great American Burger is truly, nothing but GREAT. Loaded with short rib, brisket & chuck blend, house-smoked pork belly, American cheese, pickles, special sauce, and fries, this one’s guaranteed to hit all the right spots.

The Great American Burger: $29

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3. Adrift by David Myers

Marina Bay Sands

Spicy cheeseburger? Sign us up. This chic restaurant’s rendition of a cheeseburger features a beautiful cheese-covered patty sitting atop a bed of arugula, and finally topped with jalapeños and a really generous serving of shaved cheese. Yum!

Wagyu Cheeseburger: $28

A La Carte Menu

4. HANS IM GLÜCK German Burgergrill

Multiple Outlets

Looking for a healthier alternative? Then pop by this popular German burger joint to sample their KÄSE & SPECK Cheeseburger, which features a juicy beef patty with aged (not processed!) Cheddar cheese from the milk of pasture-grazing cows. You can even take your pick from sourdough or multigrain buns, or even have the burger naked (with no buns)—there’s truly something for everyone here!

Only in October: Exclusive Two Burger Sharing Combo at $49++ (U.P. $67)

KÄSE & SPECK: $17

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5. Three Buns Quayside

The Quayside

Behold—it’s the cheese master! There’s a reason why this cheeky restaurant-bar at Robertson Quay is so popular. We love everything on their extensive menu, but what really takes the cake for us is their “Da Cheese Master”. Who can say no to miso mustard, charred onions, and a buttery brioche bun? We sure can’t.

Plus, your pups even get a free patty!

Da Cheese Master: $18

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6. MeatSmith (Telok Ayer)

167 Telok Ayer Street

When a place is called “Meatsmith”, you can bet your bottom dollar they’re not fooling around with their dishes. Their cheeseburger may sound simple, but it’s truly anything but. Thanks to a wicked combination of double beef brisket patties, American sliced cheddar, house pickles, special burger sauce, and incredibly soft potato buns, it’s just really what lifts our moods after a loooooooong day.

Don’t forget—pop by on Tuesdays and enjoy these treats at only $10!

Meatsmith Cheese Burger: $16

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7. The Dempsey Project

9 Dempsey Road

This popular restaurant is truly a gourmet haven. Perfect for any meal of the day from brunch to post-dinner drinks, they’ve mastered the art of refinement and offer an extraordinary array of cuisines and plates for every diet. That’s no different for their Wagyu Burger, that comes with bacon, smoky cheddar cheese, truffle mayo, bois boudran sauce, pickles, yellow mustard, balsamic onion, and mesclun sandwiched between a delicious brioche bun.

What a delicious mouthful!

TDP Wagyu Burger: $30

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8. Wolf Burgers

Multiple Outlets

This homegrown burger chain is truly Singapore’s pride and glory when it comes to burgers. What started off as a humble establishment at Suntec City’s Pasarbella is quickly becoming a phenomenon—and it’s not difficult to see why.

Their Wagyu Beef Burger features a juicy wagyu patty with melted cheese, slow-cooked caramelised red onions, and to top it all off, a secret in-house sauce that has us all hooked.

Wagyu Beef Burger: $14.90

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9. Burger+

Multiple Outlets

Cheeseburger… from a Korean burger fast food chain? This burger joint may be new to the local scene, but have already taken Singapore by storm.

Their burgers come with a touch of Asian influence, and are as every bit delicious as they sound. Topped with fresh tomatoes and romaine lettuce, their cheeseburger also features a layer of aburi cheese, and an umami-loaded B+ sauce.

Cheeseburger: $13.80

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SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT

1. Fatboy's The Burger Bar (Holland Village)

29 Lorong Mambong

If you’re ever in the mood for a sinful meal, or having a cheat day, this is THE place to go.

That’s because their Churger Royale burger isn’t playing around. Get ready to be treated to two massive beef patties that’s wrapped with cheese and bacon, and 2 buns that are made with churros—you read that right. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and salty that has us coming back all the time.

Churger Royale: $19

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2. The Dragon Chamber

2 Circular Road

If you’re looking for a unique, out-of-the-ordinary dining experience, then this speakeasy hidden within a coffee shop along Circular Road sure won’t disappoint.

Literally at the top of their menu is the Cheeseburger Eggrolls—which honestly look a lot like Chinese Prawn Rolls. Made with beef and melted cheese that’s wrapped within a crispy eggroll skin, this unique dish tastes as good as it sounds, and strangely reminiscent of an American cheeseburger. Try it to believe it!

Cheeseburger Eggrolls: $16

A La Carte Menu

3. PS.Cafe

Multiple Outlets

Plant-based patties aren’t new to Singapore, with dozens of eateries islandwide already introducing these alternatives to their menus.

PS.Cafe’s Impossible Burger really goes the extra mile, though. Not only does it feature a juicy Impossible patty, it even comes with vintage cheddar, wilted spinach, sauteed mushrooms, tomato, crispy onions, and a side of their signature shoestring fries. No wonder some say it’s even better than the meat equivalent!

PS. Impossible Burger: $29.50

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Find out where to get the best burgers in Singapore here!