I finally tried McDonald’s Nasi Lemak burger. Having heard great things about this localised burger I had great expectations for it. How would this burger hold its own against a person who wants to hate it simply because it is missing the main component, the nasi? Can bun surpass rice?
Jalan Besar. The place to get stainless steel screws and bolts, fencing material, real gardening stuff with real workman boots. And then there are the little cafes and boutique hotels that are popping up.
There’s a hotel out there called Kam Leng Hotel. Refurbished from old shophouses, it also houses a tiny eatery called Suprette.
After a disappointing meal at Fat Boys, I visited Burger Shack with rather low expectations.
And those expectations sunk even lower when I saw this sign:
To say I’m not a fan of the ice creams of Island Creamery, is an understatement. However, burgers should be judged on their own merit, and not on their parentage.
How can anyone who loves burgers not be intrigued by a name like Fat Boys? It holds great hope for those of us who want a real burger. Surely boys who don’t mind being called fat have to know their burgers?
Does Singapore now have a place, where we can find a good beefy burger, done right and priced affordably? Continue reading “Fat Boys – Setting a low burger bar”