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Tried out the new Burger Labo, because I was curious about the burger created by Chef Julien Royer - of Asia’s Best Restaurant Odette.
This is French Poulet boneless leg marinated in yoghurt & spices.

Topped with free-range egg (New Zealand), house-made garlic yoghurt sauce and ‘Frenchie’ salsa.

Departs from the ‘traditional’ beef patties, loved the blend of spices, prefer a softer bread. Good to check out.

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This is one of the least-popular dishes on the menu, as our server confided in us after our meal. Judging by how good the roll was, we couldn’t for the life of us figure out why. Guess everyone passes this over in favour of the more luxuriant lobster roll.

The buta roll consists of 150g grilled pork belly, pork collar and baked bacon, with house-made pickled daikon, grated yama-wasabi and house-made tare wedged between a lightly buttered and toasted bread roll. Our server shared that the Yama-wasabi was specially sourced, and only grows in high altitude regions. It had a lighter flavour than regular wasabi, without any of the nasal-cleansing explosions associated with wasabi, and provided a little sweetness to offset the savoury flavours of the pork. The meat was grilled to perfection, and the bread roll was fluffy and soft. I liked that the bread was only lightly buttered so as not to obscure the taste of the meat!

Unlike the burgers, the rolls come with a side of truffle fries topped with grated Parmesan cheese. I wouldn’t place a separate order for these truffle fries as I didn’t enjoy them much. They were a little on the soft side, but what was good about these was that the truffle smell wasn’t overpowering. If their fries were crispier, these would probably have tasted a lot better.

We loved how the buta roll came together. In fact, I actually liked this more than the burger as I found it extremely well balanced. Our server candidly shared that since this was one of the least ordered items on the menu, her boss actually wanted to remove it but the dish stayed on as it’s her boss’s wife’s favourite dish on the menu! She personally found it one of the best items on the menu as well, and admitted that the staff are always very happy when someone orders the buta roll. I think this roll deserves to stay on in the menu for sure. If you’re visiting BurgerLabo, why not give it a try and make the staff happy? :)

A chicken burger designed by Michelin-award winning chef Julien Royer - 160g of french poulet boneless leg marinated in yoghurt & spices, topped with a free range egg, house made garlic sauce and ‘Frenchie’ salsa.

I had high expectations of this burger from the get-go, and thankfully they were pretty much met. The chicken leg was grilled to perfection, emanating a smokey aroma, while retaining its tenderness. Each bite was succulent, and was a delight to eat with the garlic sauce. I loved that the garlic sauce didn’t overpower the chicken, but instead complemented it. The fried egg is also perfect for those who love yolky ooze, the yolk bursts open and slathers the patty and burger. Eating this is a messy business, so don’t order this on your first date. But if you’re settled in your relationship, throw all caution to the win and enjoy this bad boy.

The only thing I didn’t like about this burger was the burger bun. I felt it was too thin, with too much crust to bun - causing it to feel dry. I would’ve preferred this over a more luxuriant fluffy bread like brioche, but to each his own!

The great thing about BurgerLabo is how attentive the staff are - our waitress returned regularly to top up our water and even sweetly asked for honest feedback after our meal. She took the time to listen to what we liked or didn’t like, and explained the different components of the dishes. BurgerLabo wasn’t crowded at all on Thursday night, but who knows when business might pick up. For now though, it’s a fantastic place for a chill weekday dinner close to nature with a good burger or roll!