The last time I visited Oriole was before it revamped its menu in 2017. With its new menu, Oriole provides more options with their classic breakfast options, as well as a wide variety of mains to choose from. I decided to go for their signature truffle beef burger, choosing the meat’s doneness at medium rare. Stacked together with sautéed mushrooms, caramelised onions, melted cheese and truffle aioli, the burger was on the wet and soggier side - as a matter of personal preference, I felt that it was too soggy to my liking. Further, the bun was on the softer side, rather than one that was crisp and buttery. Despite the overall lacklustre flavour, the burger still managed to come together decently. This dish remains unimpressive, and the oddly textured fries lacking seasoning only reinforced it. Like in many cafes and bars, a burger this quality does the job. But if you’re looking for a burger to be impressed by, this would not be up for the task.