88 Amoy Street
Singapore 069907

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08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

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As the meal get pretty heavy, you definitely need some refreshing drink here.

The grapefruit maté iced tea is the perfect choice to go with. $5+

It seems like a lot of people recommended this. For $9+ for a fries like this, I would say just try it seriously.

The method of preparing it was interesting, I will not explaining it here but you can Google search for it.

It made the fries crispy on the outer skin but remain soft inside.

The burger concept by Mauro Colagreco, the chef who ranked top on World 50 Best Restaurants in 2019 has introduced Carne to Singapore.

I would say it prefer similar to Shake Shack but a much expensive range. Where a complete meal would cost you more than $40+.

The complete burger featured the butter bun, natural grass-fed beef, local oak lettuce, organic tomato, organic red onion, pickled organic cucumber, crispy smoked hormone-free bacon, cheddar cheese and local egg.

It said to be used premium and fresh ingredients, which making the price of $29+. I don’t really like the butter bun as it turned too soft and oily for me.

The beef was big for the portion but the flavour wasn’t stand up too much to me. But I must say the combination of everything i’m one burger was impressing me and the taste does balance out everything to me. Although I was hoping the bacon could be softer.

Located very accessible to the CBD crowd and CBD bar hoppers, at Amoy Street. Price wise is real steep (about twice of another hyped burger joint SS) but I guess you pay for quality uh? AFAIK everything is served in disposables, though they say those are biodegradable I am not sure if they compost all the trash generated:/ They also collaborate with local charities in providing food for the needy.

In frame is one of the Singapore special burgers which consist of a meat patty, chimicurri, and locally-grown or organic veggies. For the not-a-burger-fan me, I think the buttery bun was not dry and therefore great, and the patty is so tender and flavorful! For non-beef eaters they serve chicken and vegan burgers too.

I visited during the soft launch phase and as I find the burger quite big and I was turned off with all the disposables, I did not get any of the sauce and the promotional, free set of much-raved fries and soda or mineral water. Maybe next time, and with so much packaging waste yet heavily raving on eco-friendly they try to be, I wonder if they would accept BYO.

So bloody good. The handcut spuds follow a triple-cooking process of steaming, freezing, then deep-frying, resulting in outstanding chips that are bewitchingly crisp on the outside and melt-in-your-mouth tender on the insides. Now, the beauty about boiling then freezing your spuds is that those crumbly, cracked, frayed edges stay firm and attached to your chips and become the most crazily crispy bits after kissing hot oil. Cutting the chips up by hand also means you’ve got some thick fluffy ass wedges like pieces, as well as some really thin and fking crispy ones — both together, make a solid packet of chips. These were really well-seasoned too so really I’ve got no complaints. I’d gladly walk in just to get a pack of their fries, sans the burger 🙃I

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Anyone who knows me really really well know I’m an absolute milkshake fiend. Ok actually I’m a slut for tons of foods, but milkshakes are my kryptonite. I’d go as far as to skip my meals just to down 3 Five Guys milkshakes (extra extra malt please). So seeing Carne’s amazing looking milkshake shots, I was 20/10 down to have em. Verdict: possibly the biggest disappointment of my milkshake consuming career (can I call it one lol). So watery I felt like I was drinking melted ice cream. Plus, a little bird told me that they don’t actually have fixed proportions for their milkshakes. Flavours were rather average, nothing crazy yummy nor memorable. I didn’t enjoy the praline topping cause by the time you get to that, it’s basically a soggy thingy that adds nuts to the drink on the whole. Idk if that’s just a teething issue or if not having an SOP is really their SOP; but this just didn’t sit right with me.