88 Amoy Street
Singapore 069907

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Monday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

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Michelin-Starred Italian-Argentine Chef Mauro Colagreco opened @carnesg, and I'm glad they had a 11.11 Promotion with 1-1 Burgers, which made me finally decide to order their burgers to try!

Beef and chimichurri burger ($22.50)
Butter bun, 160g natural grass-fed beef, signature chimichurri, smoked scamorza cheese, pickled jalapeno, onion and tomato salsa, local arugula.
Honestly thankful that the burgers did not come soggy, especially since it had to survive delivery. It was however not soft as expected though, although I'd pick slightly "firmer" burgers than soggy ones anyway. The buns had a strong butter flavour, but were slightly dry. This burger had more "mexican flavours" from the salsa, and was slightly spicy from the jalapeno and sauces.

Grilled beef and double mushroom burger ($23)
Butter bun, 160g natural grass-fed beef, local shiitake, pickled onions, natural cheese, mushrooms duxelles, garlic mayo.
Preferred this burger for less of the salsa-ish flavours, and you could also taste the beef flavour from the patty since it isn't overwhelmed by sauces here - but fans of salsa flavours would prob prefer the other burger. Their burgers were quite salty for many of us, and I'd say it isn't the softest and most moist burger patty out there.

Definitely not worth $20+, but with the 1-1 during their 11.11 promotion, I'd say it's a decent burger (~$12.30).

Overall Rating: 6/10 (w/o promo)

Craving for some savoury burgers? Head over to CARNE and enjoy burgers which are made with fresh ingredients and deluxe cuisine techniques! Order up their tasty Grilled Beef and Double Mushroom Burger, Beef & Chimichurri Burger, and Crispy Fish Burgers with Kimchi Slaw for a hearty meal. Don't forget to order up their best-selling Triple cooked Agria fries ($8.90) to complete your meal!

Photo by Burppler Cecil Dulam

This place never disappoints. I have tried their classic burger, their mushroom burger. I have tried the coffee shake, the chocolate shake.

Price is just right, ingredients are fresh. Staff can be off sometimes, but all good for a good burger.

When at amoy Street /Club Street, please try this. Twin burger set can be around $40. All shakes $10.

5 stars for me

Right now they have special deals that's too good to miss it, 10.10 promo for their classic burger, when customer only paid $10 (add gst, $0.7) UP $18.8
By quote "TENTEN" and only available till 11 Oct

Feature :
🍔Classic Burger.
Buttery bun served with 160g natural grass-fed beef, local oak lettuce, organic tomato, organic red onion
The burger can travel well (I heat it a while at microwave).

To place an order can visit this link https://order.carneburgers.sg/en_SG, and Free delivery for order above $50.

📍Carne Sg
88 Amoy St, Singapore 069907

With an aim of being a sustainable burger chain, the restaurant continues in introducing sustainable and wholesome choices with elevated flavours and quality. The newly launched Singapore-exclusive Grilled Beef & Double Mushroom Burger ($23) will be a mainstay in the menu and this creation is in collaboration with the chefs of Mirazur, the current No.1 restaurant on World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, the team is currently in Singapore for their pop-up residency. Using locally grown mushrooms to bring out the umami-ness, the shiitake and oyster mushrooms are cooked a la plancha in a garlic-parsley oil before adding the sweet roasted onions into the party. The burger is then constructed by adding a grilled antibiotic- and hormone-free grass-fed beef patty, cheddar, a smear of confit garlic mayo and pickled pearl onions, sandwiched between two brioche buns.

A limited time offering, the Crispy Fish Burger with Kimchi Slaw ($22) will also be available exclusively in the Singapore’s menu until 18 September. The Korean-Thai fusion inspired burger contains golden battered fresh snapper with tangy kimchi tartar, lime-coriander mayo, green mango for the added tanginess and organic greens. The burger can be ordered ala carte, buddy deal or a combo set for 2 ($69.80) that comes with two burgers, the must-order and not-to-be-missed Triple Cooked Agria Fries and fresh lemonade, with a sweet ending of Cinnamon Churros ($6.80). The churros are also a new addition into the menu that is made from scratch and fried to golden perfection before being coated with freshly-ground cinnamon. You can choose two dips between the house-made dulce de leche, dark chocolate, vanilla chantilly or lemon curd.
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📍 88 Amoy Street, Singapore 069907
🌐 order.carneburgers.sg
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Carne had great marketing when I opened but my friend and I thought that the burger did not meet our expectations. Funnily enough, my favourite thing I tried there was their only dessert - the orange and chocolate sacher torte.
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The orange and chocolate sacher torte had a great balance of flavours and very appealing textures! And I am a sucker for orange chocolate. It consists of single origin chocolate sachet torte, candied orange peel, toasted almonds, and artisanal orange gelato.
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The gelato tastes light, yogurty, and doesn’t have a very concentrated orange flavour, and has has the consistency of a soft creamy sorbet. It sits in some sort of orangy custard that tastes a bit stronger than the gelato. It pairs well with the crunchy, fragrant toasted almonds and candied orange peels which surprisingly weren’t that intrusive. There were also orange slices inside too, but they didn’t add that much to the flavour.
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The cubes of sacher torte were a bit more controversial. It's supposed to be a Viennese chocolate cake that is dry with a mild and light chocolate flavour, that’s served with some cream to mitigate the dryness. I don’t think I’ve tried it before, so I can’t profess whether it’s authentic or not. But this one had a cakey, floury texture, that tastes like the texture of a vegan bean brownie that’s somewhat fudgy, but overbearingly (a very specific texture, but can’t think of much else). My friend disliked the texture, but I thought it worked well with the other wet components.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Overall, it’s one of the more enjoyable desserts that I’ve had recently. But not sure if I’d come back just for this dessert and fries with their ketchup.

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