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505 Beach Road
#B1-24 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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Friday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

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Passed by this several times but have never tried it before. Decided to try it this time, as I wanted to find out how different it is from Burgs by Project Warung.

There’s an option to choose the normal or charcoal bun. While the long and sizable fish fillet had a crispy batter which really reminded me of fish & chips, but the burger, overall, was just average. The buns were a tad too dry, which was really quite a turn off. In addition, we agreed that it would have been better if the cheese slice was melted.

What turned out to be the bomb was actually the fries. Very well seasoned and fried till golden-brown crispy.

Is this just another excuse to have burgers?

Anyway, this was from my previous visit at Golden Mile.
In case you have not realised, Ashes Burnnit occupies the same exactly stall location as Burgs by Project Warung previously.

The partners split ways, but there is slight differentiation in the recipe for Ashes.

A main highlight is the price. The basis Ashes Smash Cheese Burger complete with handcrafted beef patty and American cheese, is priced at $5.90 for a single patty complete with fries. Pretty neat price, and more value than those offered by the typical fast-food joints.

You can also expect Truffle Mushroom Burger ($8), Best of Both World ($9), Fried Chicken Burger ($5.90), and Grilled Chicken Burger ($6.50). I thought that the Truffle Mushroom Burger ($8) provide good value with its juicy beef patties with slight char on the outside, though the truffle cream sauce lacked that ‘aroma’ people would love.

The fries slightly seasoned and crisp, were quite the bomb. For health-conscious people, you can add $2 to replace with salad. But then again, why have salad when you can have those fries?

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Affordable and tasty burgers. Get the double, it's not that big. Cheese fries are good too. Mac and cheese was slightly disappointing, so don't bother.

Run by one of the ex-owner of Burgs. Their burgers are still as good, though I’m still not sure why charcoal bun exists, they have the normal one too. Definitely good value for money.

If you’re still unsatisfied after that, do try their Froissants($4). It’s quite small, but just the right size after a heavy meal. (Rating:😬)

From Ashes Burnnit! at Golden Mile Food Centre, a Muslim-run stall which had recently moved into the unit that Burgs by Project Warung had previously occupied in the food centre.

Serving up affordable burgers, Mac & Cheese and Frossaints to the masses, the Classic Mac & Cheese here is pretty much a steal at S$5.00. Coming with their signature Mac & Cheese sauce, mix salad, garlic breadcrumbs and mozzarella cheese, this would appease the younger folks and hipsters alike with its cheesiness — the sauce carries a flavour similar to that of nacho cheese sauce; the flavours more tuned down here so it does not get too jelak throughout the serving, while the macaroni provides a good chew. The melted mozzarella cheese atop helps to provide a oozy, stretchy and stringy texture, while the garlic breadcrumbs provide a slight crispness to the entire deal. The greens attempt to help to balance things out a little, giving a good break in between spoonfuls of the Classic Mac & Cheese — did not find it absolutely necessary to include the Goma dressing, but certainly good to have. A pretty decent item to consider sharing at the table for a light bite, or something to have individually for a decently-sized sinful treat at the hawker centre.

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They too offered gourmet types of burger with similar concept. However, we missed getting our fingers messy with the former which was more satisfying.
Their truffle mushroom burger and signature cheese burger that we had were proper and decent but lacked a punch in flavour. Their thick cut fries, however, were good and tasted more substantial.

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