[CLOSED] Fatboy's The Burger Bar (Serangoon Garden)

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11 Kensington Park Road
Serangoon Garden Estate
Singapore 557263

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Decent price with burpple beyond 1 for 1. The onion rings are good (not in pic)

Both of us got the same burger. Overall its a decent burger, I really liked the jalapeño cheese sauce. The beef patty is decent but we couldn't really taste the beef with the strong flavours of the sauce (I'm okay with that though). I really liked the fries as well but I felt like they were a little stingy with it :/

Monster mash - breaded chicken cutlet and honey oat bun ($16.80) .

And 1 for 1 with burpple beyond! I love Fatboy's because of their varied, meaty burgers and their delicious fries. .

The bikini bottom (which I ate) was so unique and even had an entire soft shell crab on top! The salted egg yolk sauce was quite substantial but I would've preferred a stronger taste. Everything was on top of a juicy beef patty so it was some excellent stuff! . {Rating: 8/10} . .

Perfect for dinner after work is this burger joint in Serangoon Gardens. The Burgatory ($16) features a spicy grilled beef patty smothered in their signature chilli queso sauce, topped with jalapenos and melted aged cheddar. The Bushtucker ($15) is a hearty alternative with crispy bacon, melted swiss cheese, beets and a garlic aioli sauce. The set meal includes a side of salad, soup, fried snacks such as onion rings or fries, a drink and a scoop of ice cream — talk about bang for your buck!
Photo by Burppler Elizabeth Lim


While the lightly limp rocket and purple wholemeal bun looks slightly alarming, this was my favourite burger! It’s more of a classic type of burger, with a beef chuck patty, bacon, Swiss cheese, rocket, garlic aioli and a hidden slice of beetroot at the bottom of the burger which matches the buns. While I don’t normally enjoy beetroot, it worked well in this burger and gave it more moisture without tasting too earthy. The flavours in this burger weren’t as in your face, so you can actually properly taste the beef, so this was quite enjoyable.

Overall, I wouldn’t pay for the burger at its full price at Fat Boy’s because there are definitely better places at that price point, but it’s quite worth it with the 1 for 1 on burpple beyond. Do note this outlet is quite understaffed though, so the food takes quite a while to come. It’s newly renovated though it seems, so it’s quite nice and bright compared to before!

The Monster Mash is indeed quite a monster. It’s a fried breaded chicken cutlet topped with aged cheddar, bacon and a wasabi mash, and coated in bechamel sauce, with a very beautiful brown honey oat bun. Sadly the burger itself wasn’t as impressive as it looked. The chicken was quite heavily breaded and the meat wasn’t really seasoned at all. I liked the mash potatoes because of the different textures of potatoes though. The bun was kind of a let down though. While it looked beautiful, it was overly toasted so it was kinda hard, and with the fried (and a slightly dry) chicken cutlet, it was kind of hard to stomach.

Glad that we changed our fries to sweet potato fries with a top up of $2.50 though! Although they were slightly softer than the regular fries, I personally enjoy their sweeter taste.

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