Burgers, a type of fast food, has been one of the popular foods among Singaporeans ever since Allen and Wright (A&W) opened the first-ever fast-food restaurant in Singapore at Dunearn Rd. The juiciness of the patty, the warm buns, and the crunchy lettuce, make people crave for a second.

With many variations of burgers all over the red dot, we have consolidated a list of the 5 best burgers in Singapore (including a vegan option) that will leave you wanting for more in 2021!

Located in the Central Business District, OverEasy offers the ultimate classic American burgers from the ’80s. Their signatures include the Truffle Burger and the “To-Die-For” Burger. Both burgers consist of Wagyu chunk blend patty with OverEasy’s sauces and toppings, such as truffle mayo, special burger sauce, and potato bun. To top it off, their sides come with crispy Parmesan fries as well as a heap of kale.

The 1st plant-based burger joint – Veganburg, is a hit among locals who are vegan and yet want to enjoy a tasty burger with their friends. The burger joint aims to refine food pop culture with its 100% plant-based menu while serving nutritious and mouthwatering burgers. This is definitely a place to try out even if you are not a vegan!

Being voted as the world’s top 50 best restaurant was not by sheer luck. Burnt Ends serves classic cheeseburgers which are grilled in a four-tonne kiln designed brick oven by Chef Dave Pynt. Their method of putting the burgers together allowed them to achieve a smoky taste that is not overpowering and yet, retains the juiciness of the meat.

Looking for a solid burger that will stop your stomach from growling? Black Tap is the place to go!

Black Tap is known for their gigantic burgers (which you probably can’t fit into your mouth) and their huge portion of sides. Their classic burger is made from USDA prime beef patties, and it is not the only item that stands out from their menu.

Their over-the-top milkshakes are something that also attracts people to their burger chain. Milkshakes that are more popular include Bam Bam Fruity Pebbles and Cotton Candy.

Started from a brunch café, (working title) has now become a burger bar that offers affordable and yummy burgers. Not to mention, the burger bar is also one of the few that is halal-certified in Singapore!

(working title) offers a variety of burgers for all – from charcoal bun to brioche bun, beef patty to lamb patty, and crab & prawn patty to grilled portobello, there are many burgers for you and your friends to choose from!

Now that you are reaching the end of the article, is your mouth watering like mine? I surely hope it is! Let us know how did your burger experience go after trying out our recommendations, or if we missed out on any best burgers in Singapore, in the comments section below!


I am a business graduate from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and competent in marketing, customer relations, and event management. I also enjoy challenges which will allow me opportunities for growth and learning in marketing. Besides from work you can find me volunteering. I've participated in various events including Meals-on-Wheels, Y Food of Love, FoodNotes, Food Bank Singapore, Willing Hearts and Food from the Heart.

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