Fatboy's The Burger Bar was opened along Upper Thomson Road on 25th September 2009. Our aim is to whoop up authentic home made burgers to hungry folks in the area. Fatboy's menu features hamburgers recipes that are authentic and defines what a real burger should be according to the brothers. Additionally, Fatboy's also feature a build-your-own-burger menu where you can choose how you want your burger. Choose from a wide array of buns, patties, add-ons and sauces to create your very own gourmet burger. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
16:00 - 00:00
Fri - Sun
12:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Bleu Peppercorn Fat Basterd Swiss Shroom The Elvis The Yolo Wimpy
Review (1)
Level4 2016-03-29
Even though Fat Boys has been around in Singapore for quite a while, I've never been to one. But one weekday night I decided to give it a go. They offer western comfort food, like greasy burgers, artery clogging mac and cheese, chili cheese fries, milk shakes etc.They also offer customization of burgers, so you get to pick your veg, meat, egg, sauces and even buns. You could pretty much create a mega upsized burger with all forms of protein and dairy products, as long as your wallet was okay with it.Most burgers are priced around $13-$18++, you can top up $2.50++ for truffle parmesan fries or chili cheese fries. Just top up and you won't regret it. Totally worth the extra time in the gym and money!So here was our feast for 3 pax, 2 hungry adult males and I! It was way too much food. I could sense food coma approaching as I looked at the table!1. Shrooms Burger $13++ + $2.50 for chili cheese friesI love mushrooms and the mushrooms here were quite generous. The burger bun was fluffy and slighly crispy on the edges, but as time went by, it became a soggy burger bun. The onions weren't very flavourful but rather, they were quite oily. Nonetheless, the onions brought out the flavour of the juicy mushrooms.I loved the melted cheese. It was perfect for the thick beef patty. I really liked this combination and for the price. I felt that it was pretty decent. The chili fries weren't as good as I had remembered. But the fries were crisp all the way.2. DIY Burger + $2.50 for truffle friesAt Fay Boys you get to customize your burger. For this baby, we haveHoney Oat bun $2 with1. Beef Patty $92. Bacon $2.503. Sauteed Shitake Mushroom $24. Swiss Cheese $1.805. Fried Egg $1.506. Fried Onion Rings $1.507. Garlic Aioli $0.80Total $21.10++It is a pretty pricey burger but it has everything that I want on a burger, no veggies! The burger came pretty quickly and sadly I didn't get the honour of bursting the runny egg yolk. The garlic aioli sauce was addictive and it really gave everything in the burger the same flavour.The truflle fries faired better than the chili cheese fries. The truffle aroma was strong and it could be tasted in every fry!3. Chicken waffle sandwich $15.50++Another sinful main course, chicken cutlet sandwiched between cheese underneath a buttermilk waffle. The chicken cutlet was pretty thin despite it's length, but it was crispy and breaded. The waffle was quite tasteless despite it's colour. The mash potatoes were strangely cold but tasty.4. Onion RingsI loved these onion rings mainly due to the batter they used. It was fragrant and very crispy. It wasn't doughy at all. The onion rings were huge in diameter and they tasted great with the bbq sauce.5. CalamariThe calamari was abit too chewy for my liking. But the wasabi mayo was it's saving grace. Definitely preferred the onion rings over the calamari.Overall : Decent burgers with quick and friendly service. Just skip the sides. continue reading
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