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36 Seah Street
Singapore 188392

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Monday:
05:00pm - 01:00am

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 01:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 01:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 01:00am

Friday:
05:00pm - 03:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 03:00am

Sunday:
Closed

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So, what’s new with Third & Sixth’s burgers? Well, they’ve changed the polarizing crusty burger buns which I personally liked to soft, fluffy artisanal buns that are universally liked.

Other than that, the ground beef patty is still the juicy and fantastically flavorful patty that I remember from my last visit. Slap on a rasher of beautiful bacon, a slice of majestically melted cheese and a dollop of barbecue sauce, and you’ll be in beefy bliss.

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After more than a year of wanting to try Third & Sixth Bistro Bar, I finally managed to drag a few friends along with me to sample their offerings. Now, the only question is why it took me so long.

Their eponymously named No. 36 burger ($14) is beautifully crafted from a high quality beef patty that's tastefully thick and grilled to a cool pink medium rare (note to self: ask for it to be cooked medium the next time), followed up by a pile of strikingly sweet caramelized onions being laid atop the beef. A slice of cheddar cheese is then melted to marry the onions and beef together, followed up by two smoky rashers of bacon which are sensually draped atop the whole affair before the meaty menagerie is entombed by crusty, toasted multigrain buns.

The patty itself is a party in your mouth, due to it being superbly seasoned and tantalizingly juicy, before the creaminess of the cheddar and the savoriness and smokiness of the bacon elevates this beautiful beefy patty right into burger bliss. The bun is rather subjective, as one of my friends found it a bit too crusty for his liking while I personally enjoyed the crustier texture which contrasts well with the soft texture of the minced beef patty. Do note that the burgers are standalone, and the sides of fries come separately. And in all honesty, $10 for sweet potato fries and another $10 for shoestring fries with truffle mayonnaise on the side is kind of exorbitant.

Surprisingly, Third & Sixth was very quiet for a Saturday night, and service was excellent. In fact, the supervisor even had ample time to recommend us beers to go with our burgers, and the differences between Thatcher ciders. Overall, this Bistro is a choice venue to get your burger and boozing on at.

Honestly, the burger need more improvement IMHO. The buns were SO dry and hard and the patty wasn't really juicy nor tender, the only saving grace was having the cheddar cheese over the patty, which helped made the whole burger taste better.

Oh, and also for the happy hour pint price of Schneider Weisse (12 dollar NETT) which made it easier to flush it down too.

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