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#meatlessmonday instead of #meatymonday?! No no, nobody kidnapped me and replaced me with a btec clone, I’m just here for them joocy, joocy sponsored burgers.⠀

Word (no, bird ain’t the word this time) about @thegoodburgersg and their Impossible patties has been steadily spreading, and your resident meat-a-holic is here to pass judgement on ‘em. Yes, I know that an impossible patty has enough estrogen to turn a guy into a girl after about six of ‘em, but that’s a topic for another day.⠀

The Classic ($16, additional $6 for another ‘patty’) is pretty friggin’ close to a real burger. The patty is almost close enough to fool you into thinking you’re actually having meat. Well, close, but no cigar. The texture is a lot looser, less dense, and it just doesn’t have that pushback & resistance that real beef has. Think of a beef patty that has a lot of veggie filler within, and that’s what the Impossible patty is.⠀

They sold me on the taste, though. It’s just a classic all American greasy spoon burger, complete with melted cheese, pickles, and @thegoodburgersg secret sauce, which I’m sure is just ketchup & American mustard. Apparently there were onions in the burger, but I never found it. What really amazes me is that fact that the patties have the ability to acquire a compellingly charming caramelised crust. Yep, just like the real thing, damn! It’s downright delicious, and it’s...dare I say it, enjoyable.⠀

You’ll definitely want to double up on the patties as one is not enough. However, due to the high cost of Impossible patties, the cost of $22 is pretty steep, especially compared to the real deal. But if you’re dead insistent on not eating Connie the Cow, then it’s hard to do better than @thegoodburgersg.

Thanks for feeding us @thegoodburgersg, and mucho gracias to @burpple for the invite!

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Located at The Promontory on Tue - Fri between 12pm - 3pm and Bayfront Link (outside MBS, next to Black Tap) on Tue - Sun between 5pm - 9pm; The Good Burger is making their way into the stomachs & hearts of the masses, serving up sustainable hearty burgers!

Sustainable because they're using impossible patties; made from soy and potato proteins, giving you the same texture and bite that you get from regular patties!

One of the simplest yet really tasty burger was The Classic ($16)! As the names states, it's your classic burger which comes with pickles, cheese, homemade sauce, tomatoes, grilled patties, sandwiched between 2 toasted fluffy buns.

Many associate impossible burgers to a hefty price tag, but at $16, this price point is pretty comparable to many out there!

If it’s your first time, try their classic ($16) with the usual suspect of cheese, pickles, onions and TGB secret sauce. Simple as it is, each an every component works well together for a lesser-guilt comfort food. Additional party costs $6, but do it. 😛

@thegoodburgersg can be found in their signature black food truck at Bayfront Link (right next to Black Tap at MBS) on Tues-Sun, 5-9pm / Promontory on Tues-Fri, 12-3pm. Do check out their ig before planning to head down!

Thank you #burpple for the invite and @thegoodburgersg for having us!

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For those with a heavier palate, go for this! But I felt it could do with an even spicier kick. The Impossible patties used here was also great! One probably couldn’t even tell that it wasn’t meat. A tad pricier but at least it already comes with fries.

@thegoodburgersg can be found in their signature black food truck at Bayfront Link (right next to Black Tap at MBS) on Tues-Sun, 5-9pm / Promontory on Tues-Fri, 12-3pm. Do check out their ig before planning to head down!

Thank you #burpple for the invite and @thegoodburgersg for having us!

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Thanks to @thegoodburgersg, I had my first try at these increasingly popular plant-based patties which are a better choice for sustainability and damn, I would’ve believed if you told me it was meat.

Every Impossible patty here was well-executed - juicy, flavorful. Costs an additional $6, but an extra patty makes it a party in your mouth😂 Would have preferred an even fluffier bun but overall I really liked the burgers here and how they weren’t too greasy! Each burger comes with perfectly crisp fries.

My personal favourite would be The Black Tie ($18) which comes with truffle aioli and refreshing rocket leaves. Flavours were very well-balanced.

With great tasting food and a view to boot, @thegoodburgersg can be found in their signature black food truck at Bayfront Link (right next to Black Tap at MBS) on Tues-Sun, 5-9pm / Promontory on Tues-Fri, 12-3pm. Do check out their ig before planning to head down!

Thank you #burpple for the invite and @thegoodburgersg for having us!

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Went to Black Tap and fighting the long queue to buy this and also try the burger. This milkshake definitely can’t order for yourself. It’s instagramable yes, very pretty, but it’s very sweet, we share between 2 people also can’t finish. The funny thing happened was we were so busy taking picture and editing, suddenly the whipped cream drop. HAHA

I tried the Texan and Mexican burger but prefer Texan Burger. I like their medium patty. Onion ring was so huge, but the original fries are not bad.

Next up, was my favourite of the three, and said to be a hit among children, The Black Tie ($18). Layered on with truffle aioli, cheese and rocket leaves, the combination was more balanced in my opinion. Delivering a sweeter profile, the truffle aioli lacks the punch but the greens added a nice sharp and distinctively bright flavour. The greens and hidden pickles also had a good crunch to it. And I enjoyed the fact that it was a tad more saucy as compared to the other two.

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Bringing some asian flavours is their Thai-inspired burger, One Night in Bangkok ($20). Using a secret blend of spices, the burger has a very mild kiss of heat but still perfect for those who like something a littler heavier and aromatic. With each bite you can certainly taste the diced onions and a mix of familiar Thai ingredients, but it was difficult to pinpoint the exact ones used - resulting in a pleasant yet unexpected flavour profile for me. Ideal for meatless Mondays!

And a point worth noting is that not all IMPOSSIBLE™ burgers are the same, made with the same Impossible’s minced ‘meat’, each eatery tweaks their own recipe so give this a go as it was one of the best I have tried. You can usually find them at The Promontory during lunch and Bayfront link at dinner, noting that they move around so check out their instagram for location update!

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Spreading the good that is the plant-based IMPOSSIBLE™ burgers, The Goodburger is not just about selling delicious handheld goodness from their food truck but also joining the movement in building a kinder world.

The Classic ($16) is their rendition of a good ol’ American cheeseburger packed with cheese, pickles, onions and their house-made secret sauce. A solid near-perfect meat alternative, the seasoned patty went superbly well with all the conventional ingredients and their savoury sauce. Texture wise was also similar to a beef patty, so you are definitely not missing out on the real thing. However, if you got $6 to spare, I would strongly recommend you to upsize this bad boy with an extra patty as the chowing down on a double was so much more satisfying.

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It’s got that pink colour, juicy dribbles, smoky flavour, and the ability to get that characteristically charred crust that previously only a grilled beef patty could offer. And oh hoho, it even bleeds like beef. That’s the Impossible Burger for you 😉 If you haven’t tried it yet I’d highly suggest you give the ones at The GoodBurger a go, cause they do the meatless mince mighty justice with their burgers. Make your burgers a double (+$6) to really get a load of that patty (it’s worth it trust me), and if you’re a fan of truffles get The Black Tie ($18). The truffle flavour’s nicely pronounced here without overwhelming the other components, which imho is great so your burger’s really well-balanced and you get a good zing from the pickles, some crunch from the arugula, and a little silky cheese with every bite 🥰

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After attending Mott32’s grand opening party at MBS, quite a few of us arrived at the same idea of hopping over to One-MICHELIN Starred CUT for a proper dinner.
I wasn’t that hungry by then because I had stuffed my face on quite a few canapés earlier, so a steak or main course would have been too much. What I did do though was zero in on the appetisers instead.
Shown above is the Steamed Mussels in White Wine ($25++). What I loved most about this was how small but juicy and flavourful the molluscs were (I have always found the large ones too rubbery for my liking personally). The broth had tarragon and shallots to thank for its lip-smacking worthiness. Served alongside were grilled baguettes that were meant to be dunked. Since they came pimped up with a rich bearnaise sauce, I guess technically, they didn’t go skinny-dipping 😜.

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@thegoodburgersg serves scrumptious impossible burgers from a food truck. The burger patties were juicy and really tasted like meat. A Night in Bangkok, a burger with Thai inspired flavours aren't the typical Thai flavours like tomyam and green curry but reminded me of common ingredients used in Thai food. ⁣

You can find them at The Promontory from 12-3pm on Tuesdays-Fridays and from 5-9pm on Tuesdays-Sundays. Do check out their social media for latest updates! 🤗⁣

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