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29 Lorong Mambong
Singapore 277687

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04:00pm - 12:00am

04:00pm - 12:00am

04:00pm - 12:00am

04:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

Home is where the heart is. If that statement were to be taken literally with a mild hint of a non-existent comedic rhetoric, I would be the proud owner of over a hundred different properties on the island. Over the course of four years, a list of prominence has been established in the Brobdingnagian brain of mine for the one place to be for any and all kinds of food. Ramen? Just head down to [redacted] for some soulful soups and noods. Craving dim sum? My incorporeal form recommends [redacted] for their hearty xiaolongbao spread. Hopefully, from the moment you laid eyes on the photograph heading this very long chunk of words that entail, you may intelligently assume that we’re going to be talking about the one place for burgers.
The place in mind is a home away from home, a dim and dusky retreat with an iconic no-bullshit attitude and boldness that is apparent in their burgers. With classic kickass burgers like The Yolo ($18.50++) which features gloriously greasy layers of Spam, fried egg, fried onion strings, fried mozzarella cheese sticks nestled between an innocent sesame seed bun, the Fat Boys legion does the basics well and they do it right. Straying from the norm is The Elvis ($11.50++), a burger that defies purity with its juicy bacon-stuffed pork patty topped with grilled bananas and slathered with peanut butter. Unorthodox, but with all things coming out of the kitchen under their roof, delicious.
My personal favourite throughout the years remains to be a staple of what I believe to be a burger of the utmost perfect proportions. Their Shroom Melt ($13.80++) features a thick and juicy beef chuck patty that is then topped with sautéed shiitake mushrooms, melted Swiss cheese, and garlic aioli on a wine-hued chia seed wholemeal bun. In addition to the sheer melt-in-your-mouth goodness that the buttery bundle of joy exudes, a personal touch of truffle mayonnaise and beef chilli cheese fries make for a complete and perfect mid-week cheat meal. Great place for great food and a great life thereafter.

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truly impossible — it was so good!!! couldn’t really distinguish between this and actual meat, and the bun was good (not too tough, but also did not crumble)

I was weird and i added sautéed onions (were sweet as heck, meh), peanut butter, avocado & lettuce ($1 for lettuce 😭). Everything was good until i took my first bite. The honey oat bun disintegrated immediately.... like everywhere broke. It’s probably cause it was left there for quite a while...

Taste was okay, patty was soft & melts together with my condiments really well but just the bun :(

go-to burger place 🍔 we got a float as well to go with our burgers!

$8 for the entire basket, couldn’t finish them and had to take away the leftovers 😅 less truffle powder than the one at PARK but given the quantity given it’s really quite a good deal already! Burger was $14, the buns were soft, patty was juicy.... Wasn’t a huge fan of the lemon lime bitter drink ($3.50) :/ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
💰$29 (incl 10% & 7%) for this entire meal.... wow fat boys u never fail to impress!!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#burpple #fries #burger

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First time at Fat Boys and I decided to go with the Wimpy (Beef) since I’m not very adventurous. It was DELICIOUS. The patty was juicy and I loved it with the bacon and cheese. The whole burger was really good, as were the fries.

I finished my burger and helped my sister finish hers.

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