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60 Robertson Quay
#01-01
Singapore 238252

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Friday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
10:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
10:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

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Bun DMC ($18) 🍔
You certainly won't be 'running' from this burger! This playfully-named burger features a Tasmanian Vintage beef patty within two artisan brioche buns. With sauces like Three Islands mayo, ketchup, onion puree, and even watermelon relish covering the patty, the burger was far from dry and got me hooked from start to finish. That said, the patty itself was also perfectly pink in the middle and juicy. Given my encounters with them during carnival events, I expected no less from the Three Buns.

Dirty miso fries ($9) 🍟
I expected the miso fries to be gritty but the sauce tasted smooth and almost... caramel-like. It brought bursts of sweetness and umami flavours over the unique flat fries and was very enjoyable! My only concerns were its small portion size and the dry sausages.

Overall: the food was very good, the ambience alright, the service was good, but the prices too steep, especially when you can get their bangin' burgers for cheap at carnivals.

®️: 7.5/10

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Supergood!! Great customer service!

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I never found time to try out @threebunssg, but they found me at home with @deliveroo_sg. Yeah, now I regret every single day that I’ve missed out on all their brilliant burgers. The Fun Boy Three ($26.75 before delivery charge) was a real fungi (geddit?) thanks to yuge portobello mushroom perched upon the thick, marvellously meaty beef patty.⠀

I like big burgs and I cannot lie, you other brothas can’t deny. I want ‘em real thick and juicy, and the Fun Boy Three definitely delivers. The Tasmanian Vintage beef patty is scintillatingly savoury, satisfyingly meaty, and jubilantly juicy. It could do with more char on the exterior, but that’s a minor nitpick in all honesty.

The earthy, moreish mushroom which has been swaddled in melted smoked applewood cheddar just increases the absolute satisfaction of each and every bite. The meat & mushroom is lubed up with a tremendously tantalising truffle aioli AND garlic miso butter, and the lubed up meat is jammed between two fluffy, pillowy and tanned big buns. That ain’t just satisfaction, that’s a food orgasm.

Three Buns’ house fries are absolutely addictive, and despite taking a 45 minute road trip to my crib, they were still compellingly crisp on the outside while being soft & savoury on the inside. Of course, it gets brought back to life after reheating for ten minutes in a conventional oven, and the burger gets a second wind after taking five in an oven.⠀

The Fun Boy Three is certainly expensive, but I’d be lying if I said that it wasn’t well worth every damn penny I invested into it.

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Since having staycation nearby, I decided to order takeaway from here.

I got one of their popular burger which is the Dat Cheese Master that use Tasmanian Vintage beef patty topped with double ketchup, miso mustard, charred onions and double cheese in a toasted demi brioche bun. $17++

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Way too salty! The bun dmc looked interesting on the menu but I couldnt taste the other components such as watermelon relish. The bawang goreng provided some nice crunch but there was too little that I could only enjoy it in a few bites. This meal left me reallllyyy thirsty.

I’m always up for a good burger and decided to head down to Three Buns many years after hearing about this place. 🍔

They use soft artisan Demi brioche buns (as with most atas burger joints). Within the two buns is a Tasmanian Vintage beef patty together with the rest of the condiments. The condiments and sauces are Cheshire cheddar, watermelon relish, fried shallots, onion purée and Three Islands mayonnaise. I added some streaky bacon ($6++) to bring out extra flavour as what I always do with my orders.

Having heard so much rave reviews about this place, the burgers here definitely hit the right spot and live up to its popularity. The burger was irresistible with the juicy, flavourful beef patties. The Bun DMC was certainly unique with the Indonesian influence in the condiments.

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