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The best restaurants with burger delivery options in Singapore

For days when you’re craving a juicy stack at home

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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Burgers are pretty much the perfect food. They're convenient, making them great for a desk-bound meal; they're quick to consume, you don't even need any utensils; and most importantly, they taste great, with juicy patties (not just beef!), soft buns and all the decadent sides they typically come with. When you find yourself craving a juicy stack, try looking beyond your nearest fast-food joint and opt for one of these top spots instead. Plus they deliver straight to your door so you won't have to lift a muscle.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Raffles Place

The fun Japanese-inspired flavours from Kinki Restaurant and Bar get infused into fun, Asian-inspired 'burgers'. From Boujee Baos, expect souped-up versions of sandwiches made with fluffy steamed buns. Braised Beef Shawty ($22) comes stuffed with tender short ribs and lettuce, and Karaage Kid ($20) is an easy-to-love version of fried chicken thigh balanced with pickled cucumbers. Exclusive on the takeout menu (some of these baos can be enjoyed at Kinki’s rooftop bar) is spicy buffalo katsu ($20) and a Dixie Chicks ($56 for six) bundle. 

ORDER HERE delivery.kinki.com.sg/en_SG/

  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Novena

The iconic Hollywood burger stand has a series of massive creations to help fill the tummy. A single patty starts from $8.90. But for those feeling extra hungry, there’s also the option to layer on more protein with a triple stack (from $17.30), or even a quad (from $22.50). But it's best to leave space for sides of its chilli cheese fries (from $6.20), bone-in wings (from $7.20), churros ($6.50), and milkshakes ($6.80). 

ORDER HERE order.fatburgersg.com/en_SG

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  • Hotels
  • Raffles Place

The sloppy treat gets a gourmet makeover at the kitchens of Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Choose from two burgers ($29.90), both made entirely from scratch. There's The French Burger, stuffed with premium wagyu patty and glazed with green peppercorn sauce, finished with a side of truffle fries; or turn up the heat with Mala Szechuan Burger, where a patty made from corn-fed chicken comes roasted, then layered with Sichuan-spiced mayonnaise, sauteed bok choy, and a side of spice-dusted fries. 

ORDER HERE sofitelsingaporecitycentre.oddle.me/en_SG

  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Rochor

Breakfast in bed is overrated. 25 Degrees, an LA-imported burger joint, wants you to have #BurgersInBed instead with its delivery (available on major delivery platforms) and take-out menu. Choose from six burger options – its popular options are named Number One to Four – and wash it all down with beers and wines. Number One ($14), its best-seller, is dressed with a winning combination of caramelised onions, cheese, bacon, and thousand island dressing. 

ORDER HERE randblab.com/25degrees-sg

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  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Tanjong Pagar

Carne is the brainchild of chef Mauro Colagreco. His acclaimed eatery in France, Mirazur, has been awarded three Michelin stars, and ranks first on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. And naturally, he wouldn’t just serve up any normal stack; chef Mauro believes that even the humble hamburger can be prepped with care for the environment, and went about creating a dish that uses sustainable ingredients: meat from grass-fed animals, and organic vegetables from local producers. Sample a taste of his classic burger (from $19.50), with a patty and veggies; or complete experience with veggies, cheese, bacon, and egg (from $28). Combo deals (from $23) feature the triple-cooked fries that are crispy yet fluffy. 

ORDER HERE carneburgers.oddle.me/en_SG/

  • Restaurants
  • American
  • Tanjong Pagar

American steakhouse Meatsmith layers its burgers with smoke-kissed beef brisket and shredded pulled pork. Try it in its signature cheeseburger ($17) with double beef brisket patties, American sliced cheese, and house pickles; or grab the pulled pork sandwich ($17) that comes with pickled cucumbers and barbecue mustard sauce. Equally popular is the fried chicken sandwich ($17) that comes with a juicy hunk of Nashville fried chicken and the brisket sandwich ($19) with a slab of smoked brisket served in between homemade potato buns. 

ORDER HERE meatsmithsingapore.oddle.me/en_SG

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  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Tanjong Pagar

Sample creations from one of Amsterdam’s top-rated burger joint at Lombardo’s Singapore – the brand’s first international outpost. It has received over 2,000 five-star TripAdvisor review over the years, with many coming back for its hefty stacks that come larger than usual. Dutch Cheese Burger (from $22.50), which forms the foundation for many of Lombardo’s permutations, is a safe bet. Beef patty comes layered with complementary fix-ins of melted English cheddar, sweet red wine onion compote, mini pickles, lettuce, and homemade burger sauce. Feeling indulgent? Accessorise your burger with blue cheese ($28), beer-braised pork ($29.50), and pancetta with a fried egg ($27.50). 

ORDER HERE lombardos.sg/order-here

  • Restaurants
  • Geylang

Not all burgers need to come unhealthy. At Veganburg, you’ll find creative stacks made with meat-free or Impossible patties, sandwiched between freshly baked buns. Popular options include the Crack Mayo Burger (from $8.90) with plant-protein patty and egg- and dairy-free mayonnaise, Creamy Shrooms Burger (from $9.90), and another with avocado, beetroot (from $11.90). Pair it with sides of seaweed fries (from $2.90), fried mushrooms ($5.90), or balance your meal with some char-grilled broccoli (from $2.90) dressed simply in salt. 

ORDER HERE veganburg.oddle.me/en_SG

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  • Restaurants
  • City Hall

Good news for those that live near Plaza Singapura – the hand-formed patties and fresh, crispy fries from famed burger chain Five Guys can now be found on GrabFood. You can still choose to layer your hamburger ($15) or bacon cheeseburger ($19) with as many toppings as you want, and throw in extra orders of its twice-cooked fries (from $8) and classic milkshake ($12). 

ORDER HERE food.grab.com/sg/en/restaurant/five-guys-plaza-singapore-delivery/4-CZCVCLEGVJ5CET

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinatown

As part of the Ebb and Flow Group’s multi-concept space, 8ASH, you’ll find Love Handle Burgers, which puts a meat-free spin on classic fast-food options. Apart from the usual cheeseburger ($12.50) and patties topped with mushroom and cheese ($17), the joint also creates a plant-based version of the night market classic: Ramly burger ($15). Here, the sloppy mess comes loaded with gooey vegan cheese, eggless frittata, garlic aioli and barbecue sauce. Even the sides come jazzed up with greens, including the addictive tempura broccolini ($8) and cream spinach-loaded fries ($9). 

ORDER HERE lovehandleburgers.com

  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Marina Bay

What started out as a small 15-seater buer joint has now grown into a restaurant chain with over 11 restaurants around the world. It might be famous for its CrazyShake, dramatic over-the-top milkshakes that is more dessert than drink. But before you indulge in some sweet treats, be sure to make room for some juicy stacks. Go classic with the All-American Burger ($23), layered with cheese and special sauce, or go big with the Texan Burger ($26) stuffed with aged cheddar, crispy onion ring, bacon, and barbecue sauce. 

ORDER HERE marinabaysands.com/restaurants/black-tap/order.html

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  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Chinatown

No one does burgers and cocktails quite as well as Potato Head Family. Grab its famed creations from Three Buns, with options that include the Baby Huey ($18), which has a Tasmanian vintage beef patty or the Burning Man ($21) that comes slathered with gochujang ketchup. Plant-based creations are worth trying here too, and Three Buns has a mean selection to choose from. The Big Cease ($19) comes with a deep-fried Tindle patty, Impossible Chedda ($18) is a vegetarian treat sandwiched between brioche buns, and more. 

ORDER HERE potatohead.oddle.me/en_SG

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