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25 Degrees Singapore

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Originated in Los Angeles, with a branch in Bangkok, this burger & liquor bar is named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and well done hamburger. 25 Degrees introduces a sophisticated new twist on the traditional American burger bar concept – complete with funky music in a swanky atmosphere and old Hollywood ambiance; where cool "bordello meets burger bar" décor.

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[Bugis] 4/5 ⭐️

Not the best but definitely one of the better burgers in Singapore.
If you’re here to get burgers, go for it. 👍🏻
If you’re here for the atmosphere, then nope. 👎
Perhaps if the vibes of the place could be checked, the overall experience would’ve been better.

𝗡𝘂𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝗢𝗻𝗲 $𝟭𝟰
A very well balanced burger that wasn’t overly Jelat. The buns were quite different from most burger places we’ve been to.
Twas more pillowy, chewy and definitely more buttery! LOVE IT!😋

🙋‍♀️ Kay Kay
🍴 @25degreesinsingapore
📌 200 Middle Road, Singapore

Few burger bars leave my heart swelling with more than just cholesterol but @25degreesinsingapore is somewhere I always leave feeling full — both heart and stomach.
Maybe not the best burger in SG, but my favourite at least. They just make it different here. Pillowy buns thiccer than any Kardashian's, combined with crunchy bacon, luscious caramelised onions and a hefty juice-loaded patty. Damn.
And out of left field, an ensemble of sharp punchy gorgonzola and piquant thousand island gives the 𝗡𝘂𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝗢𝗻𝗲 ($14) an exciting umami-laden profile.
Of course, they aren't perfect. Having been more than 10 times — surely a personal record — they have inconsistencies. Hard for a feisty dynamite like this to be always flawless, but those times they assembled the perfect numero uno are still etched in memory.

IG: @indulgentism


Number 1 Burger at $14
The burger overall is on the salty side but the beef patty (medium rare) is juicy with the nicely toasted bun, will recommend to eat the burger together with the given sides (lettuce,onion,tomato and pickle) to reduce the Jelakness and for that extra crunch and flavour

Lifelong @25degrees fan, but my virgin 𝗻𝘂𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝘄𝗼 ($15 — $12.75 with @foodpandasg pickup). This was an overload of flavours from burrata, pesto and prosciutto

I enjoyed the coherent mixture of umami profiles, bolstered by textural interplay from the gooey cheese, juicy medium-rare patty and prosciutto crisp.

A touch of tomato twang was present but didn't cut through the saltiness as much as I would have liked. Still pretty decent burger, but my heart is still with their number one!

IG: @indulgentism

We should #supportlocal hidden gems in these times, so I'm strongly advocating for @25degreesinsingapore once again.
When they are on top of their game, their 𝗡𝘂𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝟭 ($14) is still my numero uno — a thicc and juicy slab of patty embraced by pillowy buns, accented by beautifully caramelized onions. The gorgonzola and thousand island sauce added an one-of-a-kind spunk atop an irresistible umami overload. They are doing takeaway now too!
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Was pretty enticed by the promotion poster for this item, which happens to be a special that is only served in the month of February. Whilst looking pretty decent, the item didn’t leave much of a good impression — no doubt the waffle is decent, and wafts of a fragrant buttermilk aroma, but the entire item felt marred by being pretty dry overall; the Mac & Cheese Waffle featuring bits of macaroni within the waffle that took much effort to chew, while the melted cheese had also pretty much dried up in the waffle batter that makes certain parts of the waffle feel relatively stiff (particularly in the middle). The fried chicken unfortunately suffered from the same problems as the waffle; whilst crisp on the exterior, the fried chicken, though brilliantly brined, was a tad dry — lacking tenderness and juiciness. Thankfully the sunny side-up was still on point; runny yolk and an egg white with crisp edges, which helped things a little with the maple syrup provided by the side for some moisture and sweetness — still wasn’t enough to save the day, however.

PS: It really feels like brunch isn’t their forte here; the 25 Degrees Breakfast was probably the most blah breakfast plate I have had; cocktail sausages, hash brown (i.e. Tater Tots) and scrambled eggs that is just a lazy attempt looking like a messy rendition of fried eggs — so much I skipped taking photos of it given how uninspiring it was; never again ...