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I love burgers and try to try as many as I can. I think Fatburger fills the spot between cheap fast-food burgers and specialised burger bars. At this price point, this burger had not much to complain. The beef was not as flavourful as the best, but was juicy and thick. They have other sizes, hence the name, but the single wasn't small. Next time I'll add an egg or something. The fries were fine, but you can skip the chili because the fries are good. Their chili was spicier than others I've eaten.

Initially it was damn good. If there's a perfect Oreo milkshake, this was it. But the texture changed a bit later.

Juicy BEEF patties, smooth creamy milkshake, and thick-cut FRIES! Even better to have it in the comfort of my home. Thanks @grabfoodsg !

For the price paid, I think it’s average only.. a bit disappointed but is okay, never going back.

Tried the Original Fatburger (single) with cheese plus onion rings. The patty was a little dry but flavorful. Adding the cheese was a good idea to compensate for the dry patty. Love the onion rings which were nice and crunchy!


Competing against the increasing number of restaurants now offering plant-based meat alternatives, @fatburgersg has the impossibly cheapest impossible burger in town. Best part of all, it’s customizable in terms of the number of patties and toppings such as pickles, lettuce, tomatoes.

On first bite, the texture of the soy-based Patty was actually quite convincing, mimicking minced beef as the charred smokiness came through. Since the impossible patty is made also using Heme, that explains the slight metallic iron taste and replicating the glistening pinkish appearance of a medium rare beef patty. Sandwiched between brioche buns with lettuce and tomato slices, the patty was juicy and even more flavorful with the added pungency from the mustard sauce. While one could probably tell it’s not real meat as the slight grainy texture of the soy protein began to reveal with chewing, I wouldn’t mind eating it again when I am feeling Impossible.