10 Bayfront Avenue
L1-80 Bay Level The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018956

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Sunday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:30pm

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korean bbq, buttermilk coleslaw, cilantro, fresh lime, spicy mayo, served with fries

The Texan Burger ($26), likewise, spots the same thick patty but this time round, it's adorned with a huge ass onion ring, aged cheddar and strips of crispy bacon. As with its other burgers, this was also served with a heap of fries and greens on the side. While the BBQ sauce provided does give a flavour boost to the burger, I felt it was decent overall but I could probably find a similar burger elsewhere at a better price point. I would come back again though, to try the milkshake - more for the novelty than its taste.

Famed for their over-the-top milkshakes and burger, I had wanted to try their milkshakes initially but felt way too full after devouring their burger and couldn't make any space for it anymore. Went with The Old Fashioned ($24) which is essentially a classic beef burger. Given their price point, I was hoping for a substantial piece of beef patty and they certainly did not disappoint. Their burgers were huge, with the patty made up of prime ground beef, which I felt was a little dry even though I asked for medium. Slathered and drowned in swiss cheese was my patty, before being topped with shitake mushrooms and caramelized onions. To complete the meal, a heap of chunky fries was thrown onto the plate which goes exceedingly well with the horseradish sauce. In fact, everything goes well with said sauce, where it provides a blast of heat to accentuate the flavours of everything it's paired with. Thankfully, as a non vegetable lover, the greens were placed nicely on the side with the biggest pickle that I've ever seen served at any diner.

It's a special edition to their crazy shake, only available for a limited time in Feb. It's sweet and sinful but will fulfill your cravings for a nice american cake-shake! If you've been to black tap before, this is absolutely sharable by 2! Also, coz it's valentine special

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It's one of their side dishes, but worth a mention. If you care about food aesthetics, it's the best onion rings presentation ever!!

Very crispy (and oil!!y) battered onion rings with a choice of sauce. We picked truffle mayo. Made it yummier.

🍴DINE OUT🍴
📍Black Tap, Marina bay sands📍
💸 Buttermilk chicken tenders: $15++
💸 Greg norman: $27++
💸 The New yorker: $22++

A place we always wanted to visit for their famed craft burgers🍔 and crazyshake, Black Tap definitely didn't disappoint🙆!! While there was nothing much to wow over for their burger, their buttermilk tenders was a unexpected surprise🤩! We love that they offered 3 types of innovative sauces, with our favourite being the buttermilk dill. A downside was that the chicken tenders itself were on the saltier side, but nonetheless a great side dish for sharing!!☺️

Lastly, check out the monstrosity of that crazyshake hahaha. Got their seasonal 'The new yorker' which consisted of a strawberry milkshake with a slice of strawberry new york cheesecake smack on top🍰. Truly a diabetes inducing experience as the strawberry milkshake was super sweet, but the cheesecake was super good and was the best part of the milkshake!!!

Overall, Black Tap was on the pricier side but their portions are huge and it was definitely worth it for the out-of-the-norm experience cos hey, where else do you get such huge and excessive looking milkshakes🤣🤣🤣

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