"Burgers are not fast food" - that's what the people who created DeBurg believe in. From classic mushroom swiss burgers with beef patties to an interesting fusion of lamb patties with nutella sauce, DeBurg offers quality comfort food in a food court setting.
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The Long Lost Burger Place
De Burg has been playing hide-and-seek with me for years. It first opened in near Alexandra village, but it was gone when I went. I later found out they moved to Bukit Merah for awhile, before taking another hiatus. In 2015 they reopened at CT Hub near Lavender. Only then did I finally get to try it, and it did not disappoint!
Although they sell mainly beef burgers, but I tried the Encik burger, a pork burger. Oh my goodness it was the best pork burger I have ever had. My first bite into the burger was delightfully messy. I thought I was eating Xiao Long Bao, because it was that juicy. They sealed the cheese, pineapple and other good stuff between the two pork patties and cook the whole thing to perfection. It took its time to come, but it was so worth the wait.
My friend and I also love that every burger came with free flow fries. You know, just in case the huge burgers they serve are not enough to fill your insatiable appetite. The menu also offers a wide variety of beers to wash it all down, at reasonable prices.
I’m definitely going back, hopefully before it goes and hides somewhere again.
My boss was recommended DeBurg by his friend, so a group of us headed down during our lunch break. Most of the burgers have a 100g and 200g meat patty option for you to choose and it is inclusive of a side dish (or 2 if you ordered the 200g patty). So far, I've tried the mushroom swiss burger (as I always do) and the bacon & cheese burger - both pretty good. Their french fries were extremely salty but I would rather have a large portion of salty french fries than 4 miserable pieces of onion rings as my side dish. I can't say that I fancy their bread buns much because they were a little stiff but that wasn't their major problem.
Basically on my first visit, my boss found a strand of hair sandwiched between his meat patty and bun. Even though we worked in a vet clinic and probably unknowingly ingested animal hair occasionally (work hazards), it was still disturbing to find human hair in our food. The cashier (or the guy who ran DeBurg) calmly took our feedback, refunded my boss the cost of his burger and gave us a 25% discount coupon for our next visit. Pretty well handled, except that on our next visit, the cooks still did not have hair nets on their heads.