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You've Got To Try These Unusual And Hipster Burgers In Singapore At Least Once

Craving a juicy burger that’s not from a fast food chain? From chocolate burgers to hearty delights and healthier options, here are six different tasty sandwiches you should chow down on.

From the bun to the patty and the extras like lettuce, tomatoes, onions and sauce (the sauce!), a burger is a delicious sensory overload built to tick many boxes at once. First up, the overall taste. Second, how its individual ingredients balance each other. If it’s Instagrammable and #foodporn-worthy, then even better.

The burger boom that’s happening right now means that there is a whole gamut of cool burgers that are totally unique. From those made of chocolate to vegan options, here are six of the best burgers that’ll get your salivary glands — and Instagram feeds — going.

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Avocado Beetroot Burger, VeganBurg, from $11.90
The forerunner in the vegan trend here in Singapore is VeganBurg which serves only plant-based fare. Its Avocado Beetroot burger comprises a delicious soy patty (crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside), served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and, the key ingredients: avocado and beetroot. You have the option of choosing either the wholemeal bun or a lettuce wrap. We’re happy to say that the burger was bursting with flavour, and they don’t skimp on the avo and beets. VeganBurg, 44 Jalan Eunos, S(419502), Tel:6844 6868. Mini Chocolate Burger, FOC Restaurant, $14
This unique dessert that mimics a main course consists of two vanilla mousse buns coated with white chocolate. In between them lies a chocolate ganache patty, mango, sliced strawberry and mint leaves. A delicious end to a tapas meal. FOC Restaurant, 40 Hongkong Street, S(059679), Tel: 6100 4040. Sesame Tofu Burger, The Living Café, $15
Another for the health-conscious is The Living Cafe’s Sesame Tofu burger that comes with grilled eggplants, mushrooms, fresh tomatoes and lettuce, all topped with buns that made with sesame-crusted tofu and raw dijon mustard. The Living Café, 779 Bukit Timah Road, S(269758), Tel: 6762 8029. Rambo Burger, Three Buns, $19
Succulent lamb patties are rich, flavourful, and notoriously difficult to nail if you’re cooking them. Three Buns at Potato Head Folk’s Rambo burger features Dorper lamb with an interesting aubergine pickle and cumin aioli served between wholemeal bread. Three Buns, 36 Keong Saik Road, S(089143), Tel: 6327 1939 Loco Moco Katsu Burger, Tanuki Raw, $19
The Loco Moco is a classic Hawaiian dish and here, the patty is deep fried in panko crumbs and topped with black garlic teriyaki sauce. The “supporting cast” of toppings comprises of lettuce, sliced tomatoes, a fried egg and sweet potato burger buns toasted with honey butter. A delectable mouthful of flavours. There’s also a Yuzy Pepper Katsu burger that uses pork instead of beef. Tanuki Raw, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, #04-01, S(238896), Tel: 6636 5949. Miso Tofu Vege Burger, Wolf Burgers. $9.90
Meat lovers say that vegans are crazy but there’s no denying the popularity of the trend. Burger chains are on the ball with their meat-free options and Wolf Burgers is no exception. Its Miso Tofu Vege burger is made with pressed tofu glazed in miso mirin sauce, and topped with sliced avocado, cabbage, tomatoes and fresh vegetables. Wolf Burgers, Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #01-43, S(486038), Tel: 6902 0486.