[CLOSED] Wildfire Chicken & Burgers

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80 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189655

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Have been hear about their burger for awhile and sadly when I finally get to visit, their seasonal burger no longer selling.

So I just go for their classic cheeseburger, which was surprisingly good as well. Soft and fluffy, while the beef patty is juicy and not too dry.

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Dinner at @wildfireburgers.sg with @daviscng and @jonathanchan333 means that we get to over-order (Jonny's fault as always) and try (nearly) everything on their menu.

Having sampled all of their beef burgers, it was unanimous amongst the 3 boys that Wildfire's SRF Wagyu Burger is the best amongst their offerings. You can taste the difference between the snake river farm wagyu beef patty and the usda black angus patty used for their classic 001 burger. The former is much more rich and juicy and yet retains the intense beefy flavours.

The shabu burger and truffle mushroom burgers are decent but both pale in comparison to the Wagyu burger. The prices are about the same so you might as well go for the Wagyu patty!

Wildfire also serves a nasty fried chicken with shatteringly crisp skin. The meat was tender and juicy though I wish they used a stronger marinade for a more robust flavour.

No prizes for guessing but I will be back for sure!

Hefty burgers at an affordable price is always worth the calories.
The classic cheeseburger is a must for it has everything that makes a great cheeseburger.

If you enjoy #KoreanArmyStew, you ought to get your hands on this limited edition burger by @wildfireburgers.sg. It has their signature juicy USDA-certified Black Angus beef patty (having been grilled in the INKA charcoal oven, there’s a nice smokiness to it) stacked with a slab of Korean spam, housemade kimchi, gochujang butter, sliced Vienna sausages, American cheese, King Trumpet and Champignon mushrooms, baked beans and scallions between soft pillows of brioche buns.
Conceptually, I think the Korean Army Stew Burger ($15) is interesting, but more importantly, it delivers on taste with a good balance in the ratio of ingredients.
There’s also a tasty Kimchi Cheese Fries to go along with it (add-on: $5 / a la carte: $7).
Both items are available for dine-in, takeaway and delivery from now till end of May. You can order online via @wildfireburgers.sg’s link-in-bio.

Thanks again @joannetohh and Shaun for sending these over for me to try.

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Cheeseburger ($9) and chicken ($4.50) with add on fries ($3)

Loved how the flavours of the burger came together. Patty was grilled to perfection, and there was enough sauce to cover the burger.

Chicken was crispy and juicy (thigh meat given)

Would come back to try the other burgers in future!
Service was also prompt and staffs were friendly.

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Act fast as the seasonal burger is down to the last few days, available till 28 February in limited quantity (20 portions) daily for dine-in only!

Loving this over-the-top Uni Ebi Burger ($28) from Wildfire, I enjoyed how everything came together - both taste and texture-wise. Think crunch from the panko-ed patty, the chew from the chunks of sweet sweet prawns hidden within, the creaminess of the uni, the softness of the toasted brioche buns, the savouriness of the squid ink aioli, and the slight tang from the tartar! Though as expected, when eaten together the other elements would kind of overpower the natural sweetness of the Bafun narabi uni. Hence, I would just take big bites off the top half with just the uni, bun, and bits of the hunky patty slathered in the aioli to really get the flavours of the ocean. The bottom half with the shredded lettuce and tartar would then balance out the richness. Overall, the quality was certainly there, the prawns were fresh-tasting and so was the delicate uni.