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Introduction
Everything at The Handburger is homemade - individually crafted in the restaurant itself. Not only are they an essential part of their modus operandi, they also play an important role in whipping up sizzling gourmet burgers diners gulp down at the outlets. continue reading
Restaurant Website
http://www.thehandburger.com
Signature Dishes
The Handburger Original
Review (73)
Bright and spacious located at B1 Raffles City Shopping Centre, it was not just a normal fast food joint. The Handburger was a place where you can experience the food prepared at first hand, in quick casual setting. Providing “Make A Set Meal” option, patrons may pair favourite Burger with favourite Side-dishes. Restaurant was almost full, luckily we still able to grab our seats within 10 minutes.My order came, I had difficulty to fit everything in one hand. Too many layers, too thick and too huge to eat in one munch, I took knife and fork and sliced it up. Deep-fried crispy fish was topped with Cucumber, Onion and Tomato and fresh lettuce at the bottom, toasted whole-wheat multigrain bun was surrounded. Messy and sinful indulgence but it really tempting, entire was flavourful without any over-saltiness. $15.80 for the price per set, it was filling meal indeed. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-29
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According to the founders of the restaurant, they are named The Handburger because everything is made using their hands. So for that I had give full marks for creativity. It sounds similar to hamburgers as well. Lol.The Handburger do offer some decent hamburgers and while I was there for lunch, I ordered the Chicken caesar burger while my friend had The Works. The burgers come presented with a spoon in the middle, presumably to help the burger stand by itself without toppling over. The chicken caesar consists of a chicken patty wrapped in bacon and that is my most favourite combination of all! Its hard to find chicken burger paired with bacon. Most of all, the Caesar sauce complements the burger really well.I would definitely return to try their other menu items. Yummy scrummy! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-31
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The Handburger is conveniently located at raffles city basement, which makes it convenient to meet up with friends or have a quick meal during lunch. I have tried their portobello burger and dory burger before which was alright. This time, I chose the handburger original beef burger, which costs around $13.80. Beef patty was quite juicy and flavourful, and the combination of cheddar cheese, bbq sauce enhances the taste of the burger. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-09
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Battered Dory Burger - $15.80This is literally fish and chips between two toasted buns.The renkon slices (lotus stem) were an interesting addition I thought, tasting pleasantly like tapioca chips, light and crispy.The battered dory was pretty good even on its own, crispy on the outside while remaining a moisturising softness within. The spicy-sweet tartar sauce turned out to a nice surprise for our taste buds and left a slight tinkling numbness on our tongues. And the burger buns were surprisingly good, with nutty grains and seeds within. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-06
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Ordered the battered dory burger for $15.80. The big piece of fried well battered dory fillet still tasted crispy when i had my first bite. It got tartar sauce on it to make it tastier. It got also fresh slice of tomato and lettuce. It was a really nice burger. I wanted the mushroom soup as side. It matched the burger well. I ate here a few times and will still be coming back for more burgers. continue reading
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