A fan of classic steak burgers? Burger Frites might just have what you are looking for. The family-friendly gourmet burger joint recently opened its first outlet in Joo Chiat on December 4 and it is a place burger lovers do not want to miss.
Burger Frites is the latest burger joint in town backed by Alexandra Pini, a French chef with decades of culinary experience, a passion for food and of course, his love for steak. While we have yet to set foot there ourselves, the restaurant’s inviting interiors and menu have already won us over.
Making classic burgers great again
Burger Frites is said to be a burger joint that honours century-old traditions of burger making by serving only the best U.S. Angus beef, artisan brioche buns and hand-crafted french fries cut in house.
On its menu are the classic Cheeseburger ($17), Bacon Burger ($18) and Cheese Bacon Burger ($19). Burger fanatics who need an extra patty can also top up an additional $8 for the double-up patty option.
Burger Brites’ frites (fries in French) are made of fresh potatoes cut in-house and fried twice to achieve that perfect crisp.
Besides burgers and fries, foodies will also be happy to know that there are snacks like Chicken Tenders ($7), Jalapeño Cream Cheese Balls ($8) and platters for sharing.
For those with a sweet tooth, make sure you try the Fruit Popsicle ($8) that is formulated in Italy and specially crafted in Singapore.
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Burger Frites Singapore
📍 340 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427592
📆 Tues to Fri: 5PM to 11PM; Sat, Sun & PH: 12PM to 11PM
📸 Featured Image: Burger Frites
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