Sanger

$20.00 · 113 Reviews

Received this unexpected treat from Head Chef Patrick Leano when I popped by recently to takeaway a couple of Burnt Ends’ Pulled Pork Sangers for a friend to try.
I had already eaten lunch but still enjoyed the hell out of this baby. In the crisp, buttery pastry shell sat the restaurant’s iconic smoked quail’s egg, perched on a bed of light custard and shored up by a truckload of caviar. You know I had to take a moment to give it my full attention. Reliving it now only makes me more eager for dinner tomorrow night with my Teochew Gang. Can’t wait!

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This is how I envision a perfect pulled pork burger. Meat was fall apart tender, paired with an unassuming slaw that had mixed so magically with the juices from the meat. The bun, humbly and dutifully soaking up all that mess, cushions the smorgasbord of flavours as it enters your mouth. I chomped on this like I was in a looney tunes cartoon.

Their 𝐒𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫 ($20) remains one of our favourite burgers around. Stuffed with tender pulled pork balanced out by their homemade sauce and crispy coleslaw in a soft fluffy brioche bun, it’s super filling and relatively affordable. We personally felt that there was a tad too much pork meat: vegetable & bun ratio, and found that removing some meat made for better bites, but who is to complain about having too much meat 😅

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Finally paid a visit to @burntends_sg because they were so nice to slot us in again after our reservation got cancelled by the circuit breaker 😍 The Sanger is made of fluffy buns with juicy pulled pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw and pickled jalapenos. The meat was so tender and the burger was flavourful too.

You can’t buy happiness but, you can buy Burnt Ends’ Signature Pulled-Pork Sandwich, which is similar to happiness.

This sanger is so good, packed with so much meat, filling meat lover like myself with happiness. Unquestionably deserves the recognition they have as one of the best burger in Singapore.

Pickup’s order could be made through email, that’s how I submitted my order as I could not hit the min.

Available for takeaway & delivery; Deliveroo & Islandwide Delivery(min. $75)

Burnt Ends Sanger $21.40

Made burgers with the Sanger buns and these were very light and fluffy. These became crisp really easily when toasted, giving that extra crunch too.

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It's impossible to get seats at this @theworlds50best mainstay. So takeaways allowing me to try this 𝗦𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗲𝗿 𝗕𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗲𝗿 ($20) was a silver lining in the bleak pandemic clouds.
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Set across black backing, the vivacious slaw bloomed like fireworks in the night sky. Likewise the burger illuminated the crevices of my palate with hearty flavours — a voluminous star radiating well-spiced flavours from its succulent pulled pork core.
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Cloud-like buns along with notes of spicy chipotle aioli, sharp cheddar and slaw piquancy rounded up its profile. Hardly complex but the earnest heartiness was a welcome beacon of warmth amongst dark skies ahead.
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⏱️ (Daily) 11.30am-9pm

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Pork isn't those that is slathered in a strong dark sauce, rather, it's kept quite "plain". Delicious and well-executed, and rather worth it for its price. Don't expect anything life-changing and you're good to go

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They’ve got their sanger buns, sourdough, doughnuts, and these beautiful cinnamon rolls. And I gotta tell ya, I like em buns and I cannot lie 🥰 How do you not like something that’s called Crackbuns man I mean, just the name itself begs to be loved. It’s soft, sticky, buttery, rich, aggressively sweet, but not achingly so — basically it’s everything good all rolled into a massive bun. It’s definitely a wee drier and tougher when you finally get it home and tuck in, but that’s nothing a quick blast in the microwave won’t solve. They’ve got raisins rolled right in which I’m not the biggest fan of, but I’m just nitpicking here you can easily pluck em out like I did. Now lemme just make some fresh cream cheese frosting to slather on these beauts 🤤

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Day #17 of the circuit breaker, how is everyone doing? I’ve been taking the time to take stock of my life & I’ve been binge browsing @lazada_sg & @qoo10sg because there’s so many kitchen aids that I want to get to cook up a storm at home. 😂😂⁣

Throwback to the time I used @jamieoliver’s griddle to grill my wagyu patties from @burntends_sg , these patties came unexpectedly from a loved one and I don’t know about you but this circuit breaker has allowed me to get closer to my loved ones & we bonded over different types of food. We would barter trade and deliver food to each other. 💓 ⁣

I will treasure these conversations b/c meaningful interactions means so much more these days. ⁣

Recipe for burger:⁣
1: Get burger buns, butter and grill the buns lightly ⁣
2: Grill patties 1.5min each side. (Patties to be seasoned with salt, pepper and oil)⁣
3: place sliced tomatoes and place romaine lettuce. ⁣
4: End it with your preferred sauce like mayo, curry sauce or cheese. ⁣

🤩🤩 Stay safe and positive guys. 💕