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

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Thursday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

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

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Reviews

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This cheeseburger, with a double patty, costs only $8.40!! However, it was a very good burger for that price, as the patty was cooked just enough such that it remained slightly juicy and not overly tough. The fries were fried very well, and they were tasty enough that they can be eaten without any condiments! :) Do go early as the queue can be quite long during mealtimes!

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First post about @ashessgburnnit, but it ain’t my first time scarfing down their burgers, and it sure as hell won’t be my last. Unless my memory’s gone out like a blown lightbulb, I’m sure Ashes was the pioneer of hawker centre burgers years back, blazing a trail for all the young hawkers to take inspiration from. They’ve rebranded since then & opened up their newest outpost in Alexandra Village, and one does not simply set up shop near me without getting a visit from yours truly.⠀

A double smash cheeseburger sets you back by $8.40 nett, and it’s easily on par, if not better, than many restaurants, cafés & burger chains while being about half the price. Two juicy, thick & tremendously tasty minced beef patties are clad in meticulously melted American cheese, and then they’re loaded into a charcoal black burger bun slathered with Ashes’ Signature Sauce. As a final touch, the burger is garnished with shredded lettuce & fried shallots.⠀

The burger is beefy, breathtaking bliss, but it could be improved in a couple ways. Firstly, the shallots were too few to make an impact, so a lot more shallots in the burger would make the impact intended, injecting a lot of crunch & the sweet, salty & toasty flavours of fried shallots into the burger. Secondly, a whole leaf of fresh lettuce holds up way better than shredded lettuce, which just tends to make a mess of everything.⠀

As for the fries, you can upgrade the bare fries to cheese fries or truffle fries. Sure, the truffle fries are chock full of the heady, intoxicating aroma of truffle oil & the stretchiness of half melted shredded mozzarella, but the cheese fries were on another plane of luxury altogether. The thick, crisp yet fluffy shoestring fries are doused in an equitable amount of molten cheese and glazed with mayonnaise just to make everything even more gloriously gluttonous.⠀

Before you rush out to catch these ashes, don’t forget the wet wipes. It’s gonna get messy. Oh and don’t forget to wash this brilliant burger experience down with a cold pint of beer from @dangerclosebeverageco. These burgers are halal, but I’m a hundred percent haram, baby.

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Gourmet burgers from a hawker stall are becoming a more common sight, and one of the newer ones in the market is Ashes Burnnit.

We chanced upon them at their Alexandra Village Food Centre outlet, which was a surprise because we always thought that they were only at Golden Mile Food Centre.

Got the Ashes Smash Cheese Burger ($5.90 for single patty, $8.40 for double patty) which came with a handcrafted beef patty, American cheese, lettuce, fried shallots and their signature sauce that were wedged between 2 very fluffy charcoal buns. We really liked the beef patty which was juicy and well marinated, but the buns were a little too thicc for our liking and they overwhelmed the other components. Overall, however, it’s still a decent burger for the price point! We definitely will be back to try their other offerings.

I had the pulled brisket burger which was really soft and tender. Recommend trying this stall out.

The froissants in the photo don’t actually look very presentable, primarily because we took it out of the plastic packaging only after our meal.

Overall, it was quite an interesting combination. The croissants were flaky with a cold and thick cream-like filling. We ordered strawberry and milk tea. The strawberry one was sweeter but acceptable. Milk tea had a nice balance of sweetness and tea aroma. It’s a nice dessert to finish off our burger meal, but not great. Unlikely I’ll order it again due to the price ($4) but do give it a try though!

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Lovely juicy and tender beef patties on a charcoal bun!

Tried two different burgers - classic double cheeseburger ($8.40) and truffle mushroom double burger ($10.50), which came with fries as a side and upgradeable with additional fee to other variants of fries (e.g. cheese). Very affordable and value for money.

Really liked the strong truffle and earthy taste of the sautéed mushrooms and cream sauce, I felt it complemented the burger really well. Fries were also crispy and seasoned well. Albeit the charcoal bun didn’t exactly have a charcoal taste to it, there were soft and soaked up the natural juices of the beef patties. I would have also preferred the beef patties to be more medium rare than medium well, but they were still juicy nevertheless.

Staff were also warm and friendly, letting us know the waiting times and giving recommendations. Also liked the design and clarity of the menu. Will revisit again if in the area!

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