BURGER BLISS

Go big or go home – that’s our motto when it comes to burg­ers. RACHEL XIE susses out the most sat­is­fy­ing must-tries at five joints.

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Home & Food Cook’s Day Out -

&MADE BY BRUNO ME­NARD

#01-04/06 Pacic Plaza, tel: 6690-7566. We’re crazy about the tex­ture of the beef burg­ers here; the sig­na­ture dry-aged beef patty isn’t too finely ground so it gives op­ti­mum plea­sure when you sink your teeth through the en­tire stack of fluffy brioche buns and chunky meat. Also in­ter­est­ing is the op­tion to build your own burger with beef, chicken, salmon, lamb or pork, and an ar­ray of sauces, cheeses, and “ac­ces­sories” like mush­rooms and ba­con. THE MUST-HAVE BURGER: • 3 Lit­tle Pigs ($23) – A tongue-tin­gling combo; the pep­pery kosho-mayo dress­ing adds punch to the ro­bust pork fil­let, ba­con and chorizo patty. TRY TH­ESE TOO: • The Rossini ($28) – Pan-fried foie gras and black truf­fle may­on­naise lay­ered on a chunky beef patty. Trust the owner, three-Miche­lin-starred chef Bruno Me­nard, to of­fer only the finest in­gre­di­ents. • Smoked Fries – Add $3 for a side of golden shoe­string fries sea­soned with smoked salt so they taste like bar­be­cued po­tato chips, but bet­ter. • Ly­chee, Rasp­berry & Rose ($9) – Our favourite mac­aron flavours re­made into a del­i­cate, fruity-flo­ral milk­shake.

The Rossini with Smoked Fries, and Ly­chee, Rasp­berry & Rose Most Luxe

We Love!

3 Lit­tle Pigs

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