Renowned local menswear label Benjamin Barker has ventured into the food & beverage (F&B) scene and started up its own burger brand, named — B Burger.
Located at Orchard Cathay Cineleisure mall, this new burger joint faces intense competition from fast-food chains like Burger King, KFC and MOS Burger.
Functioning as a restaurant more than the typical fast food joints, B Burger is unique in its concept which appeal a wider audience, particularly those who know and tried the two burger chain heavyweights in America — In-N-Out Burger and Shake Shack.
East vs West — whichever side you are on, at B Burger, you still get the classic American burgers but with a little Japanese twist! Here’s a lowdown of what you can expect from B Burger.
The menu and ordering process is pretty straight forward. Look for an available seat, order your food, make payment, get a buzzer and wait to pick up your food.
B Burgers offers an array of American-Japanese burgers freshly made upon order, and other main options include Osaka Corn Dog and Sriracha Mayo Chicken Wings.
I was tempted to try B Burger‘s rendition of veggie burger in which I compared to Shake Shack’s Shroom Burger. The most anticipated UMAMI BURGER failed to deliver anything more than burger mediocrity. The buttermilk fried portobello was cut into slices which tends to lose moisture faster when cooked. The flavors were a bit muted and didn’t awake the senses as I hoped it would.
This was my favourite burger BOMCHIKA WOW WOW — featuring a fluffy charcoal sesame bun sandwiched with a crisp juicy chicken karaage perfectly seasoned with homemade sriracha honey sauce, topped with wafu slaw, cheese, fried egg, truffle mayo and homemade B sauce. Ooh…big love for the glorious cheese!
The B SUPREME burger might not looked picture perfect, but it came with a nicely seared and flavourful beef patty accompanied with sauteed mushrooms, aged cheddar truffle mayo and a soft bun.
If you are a Corn Dog lover, you ought to try the OSAKA CORN DOG here. This isn’t your Classic Corn Dog, as it comes with a little Japanese twist. The sausage was covered in a tasty cornmeal batter which was then fried to perfection. It was topped with a perfect mix of sweet and savory from ingredients like tobiko, teriyaki, mayo and nori.
A burger meal wouldn’t be complete without a side of crisp Fries, homemade Nachos Soup or Wafu Ramen Slaw.
The fries arrived warm and crispy, and I liked the eye-catching graphics of the paper french fry cups. Wish that the fries could stay crisp longer until we finished savouring the burger and can finally eat them.
B Burger definitely got creativity — introducing the cheesy Nachos Soup which will be an instant favourite! I enjoyed the taste of nachos in a comforting soup, but it needs more flavour.
Pair your burgers with B Burger‘s speciality milk shakes and taste the difference. It is also acceptable to dip your french fries into the milkshakes or even into the concretes. The milkshakes comes in a variety of flavours such as Chocolate Banana, Matcha, Cookies & Cream and S’mores.
I have to admit that I don’t really fancy milkshakes, however I really enjoyed the milkshakes here. They were both creamy but not too sweet, which is always a challenge for most milkshakes — B Burger done it well!
If you’re craving more frozen treats, be sure to include the wickedly delicious Concretes into your order. Basically, they are frozen custard desserts piled with toppings, sweet sauces and ice cream mixed together. All of B Burger‘s Concretes are made fresh to ensure that you’re enjoying the best concrete experience.
Chocolate lovers should try the Death By Chocolate and Campfire concretes — these thick and velvety smooth desserts will leave traditional ice cream a step behind!
Location: 8 Grange Road, Orchard Cathay Cineleisure, #01-01/01A Singapore 239695
Opening Hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm