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Freshness Burger is a new fast food burger contender from Japan to enter the Singapore market. I'd tried it previously in Japan, and I can say that the Singapore experience is not markedly inferior.Think of Freshness Burger as MOS Burger but with a nicer ambience, and you'd get a good idea of whether or not you'd appreciate Freshness. It even has it's own Freshness Burger 'Freshness Burger', which is like Bolognaise and a thick chunk of tomato between two soft, toasted buns. Sound like MOS Burge
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Freshness Burger is a new fast food burger contender from Japan to enter the Singapore market. I'd tried it previously in Japan, and I can say that the Singapore experience is not markedly inferior.

Think of Freshness Burger as MOS Burger but with a nicer ambience, and you'd get a good idea of whether or not you'd appreciate Freshness. It even has it's own Freshness Burger 'Freshness Burger', which is like Bolognaise and a thick chunk of tomato between two soft, toasted buns. Sound like MOS Burger's MOS Burger? Tastes like it too.

One differentiating factor is Freshness Burger's Fried Potatoes, which are delicious and a side worth ordering. They are full in flavour and actually taste like potatoes, even showing some skin. As wedges they aren't crisp enough. But they're called Fried Potatoes, not wedges, so I'll give them a pass. As their own thing they are delicious enough.

Burger wise the selection is limited and ordinary. Outside of the humongous $12 Classic WW Burger (a giant double patty big mac clone I think), the burger portions are generally too small and not satisfying.

Outside of soft drinks, the drinks here are interesting and different, like their Matcha Latte. They are also very expensive and not value for money, being small and ordinary by premium drink standards. Only for big wallets.

At the end of the day, I would still recommend them over Burger King or McDonalds, and they win MOS Burger in atmosphere and ambience.

For more food photos, check out Omnivoracious (http://omnivoracious.tumblr.com)!
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(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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$9 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Freshness Burger
  • Fried Potatoes