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102 Henderson Road
Sprouts Hub
Singapore 159562

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05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

05:00pm - 07:30pm

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Greeted at the stall by friendly owners who claimed their burgers are better than a few other popular hawker / foodcourt burgers. And right they are. These burgers are perfectly juicy and chunky, and came sandwiched between soft fluffy buns. Have it while its hot for maximum enjoyment.

For pillowy soft buns and juicy beef patties. It's been a while since I've had a great burger, this was still darn good heated up in the microwave for 20s. Fries could be a little less overfried but would definitely order the burger again!

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Inspired by the burgers they ate during their trip to New York, Zac and BX soft-launched @dirtybunsg about a week ago. They pride themselves in hand-grinding the beef for patties, using their own ratio of fat to chuck and brisket. For me, it’s this that sets their burger apart. Because they strive for coarseness over a fine mince, there is an almost steak-like quality to their patties. Very well seasoned (a little heavy-handed some might say but I am happy with the strong pepper element), and topped with properly melted cheese, the patties did arrive a tad overcooked (likely due to traveling time, just like the lettuce tucked in there), but I still enjoyed my Dirty Bun burger a lot.
The Single Patty version ($8 / $11 as a meal with handcut fries and a Coke) is alright if you have a small appetite. But to truly appreciate the effort these guys put in for their handmade-from-scratch patties, I say go straight for the Double ($11 / $14 for the meal). Also because the buns are more “bready” than brioche, I feel they perform better in the company of extra meat.
I requested for the housemade sauce (it’s really well-balanced and tasty!) to be served on the side, so I could add on how much I want (a smidgen is my preferred). Plus I get turned off by sauce-soaked soggy buns, something I’ve encountered in the past with other delivered burgers.
One thing’s for sure, Dirty Buns offers very good value-for-money food. Do #supportlocalsg business by checking them out if you are into patties of a chunky-meat chew.

Nothing gets me quite as excited as a good burger. So when Dirty Buns reached out to ask if I wanted to try some of their burgers, the answer was a resounding HELL YES. I patiently waited for my burgers to brave the dinner traffic (cause good things come to those who wait right), took a big first bite, and maaaaan was I in burger heaven. They pride themselves on controlling every component in their burger: the buns and sauces are homemade, and their patties are hand-grounded to their own chuck:brisket meat:fat ratio. And all of that effort shows. I, for one, loved the coarse and meaty patty. Great bite, very well seasoned, and fairly juicy too considering the traveling time and all. The fluffy and soft buns were a great canvas for soaking up all the sauces and extra juices. It was slightly “breadier” than your usual brioche/potato buns, but that worked out fabulously with the delivery process squashing them (which I like btw I’d usually manually squish em if they’re still poofy). Extra brownie points goes to their super savoury and tasty sauce. But hear this: their single patty goes for $8 a la carte, and their double at $11. +$3 gets you a side of handcut fries and Coke. Very very good value. I won’t call this the best burger I’ve ever had, but I will say it’s among my faves especially at its price point. No bullshit here, just solid classic cheeseburgers.
They’re located at Henderson btw geotag’s not up just yet!