We’ve found 10 wallet-friendly gourmet burgers from all around Singapore that cost less than $10! So if you found yourself at a fast food chain contemplating which “extra value” meal to have, put that $10 note back into your wallet and make your way down to any of these burger joints and have yourself an affordable burger that you truly deserve. We got the unique pork tonkatsu, guilt-free avocado with beetroot, spicy dhall, Hawaiian-style cheeseburger and even a $5 fried chicken burger that comes with fries!

Check out these 10 gourmet burgers under $10, and where you can find them.

 

WOLF Burgers, Suntec City & Changi City Point
First on the list is WOLF’s Fried Chicken Burger at the price of $9.90. Consisting of slab of chicken thigh marinated in a secret blend of herbs and spices, then coated in a buttermilk batter and deep fried to a golden crisp with a juicy centre. Topped with WOLF Burger’s addicting special salted egg sauce and homemade pickled slaw which, coupled with the soft, fluffy burger buns, provide a great contrast in both taste and texture. If you’re up for it, go for the satisfyingly sweet and savoury Candied Sweet Potato S’mores Fries ($8), topped with torched marshmallows and crunchy cereal bits and honey or maple syrup.

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Wolf Burgers is located at PasarBella@Suntec City, & #01-43 Changi City Point. See their Menu here.

 

VeganBurg, Eunos
For wallet-friendly and guilt-free indulgence, check out VeganBurg’s signature Avocado Beetroot burger ($9.90). In between the soft, fiber fueled, wholegrain organic buns are fresh avocado pate and hand-shredded beets on a crispy soy patty with fresh romaine lettuce, sharp crunchy Aussie red onion, juicy tomatoes and creamy egg-free mayo. Free from gluten, dairy and eggs, so healthy and good that it’s fit for a celebrity and her crew as VeganBurg was the official catering partner of Taylor Swift’s The Red Tour in Singapore back in 2014!

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VeganBurg is located at 44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419502, p. +65 6844 6868. Open 11:30am – 10pm (Mon to Sun). See their Menu here (PDF).

 

Burgerlicious, Marymount
For gourmet burgers with a quirky twist, try the Bulgogi Burger or Kung Pao Chic Burger (both $9.50) from Burgerlicious, a burger joint in a fancy kopitiam. The burger version of iconic Korean BBQ dish, Bulgogi, features grilled pork belly coated in a sweet and spicy Korean bulgogi marinade, topped with kimchi, while the latter comprises of a slab of succulent chicken thigh covered in a thick, spicy homemade kung pao sauce. All burgers are served with a sunny-side up egg, cucumber, tomato and lettuce, with the optional Sweet Potato Fries at just $2.50.

Burgerlicious is located at 38 Jalan Pemimpin, #01-04 Singapore 577178. Open 11:30am – 3pm, 5pm – 9pm (Mon to Sat); 5pm – 9pm (Sun); closed on Tue. See their Facebook page here.

 

Dojo, Somerset
Next we have the stacked Big Boss ($9) from the line-up of kicka** pork burgers at Dojo, featuring nothing but pork burgers with pork patties seasoned with a secret family recipe. Sandwiched between the fluffy buns with a crispy exterior is a juicy grilled pork patty topped with deep fried onion ring, crispy bacon, fried egg, melted cheese and mayonnaise, giving you a gratifying range of flavours and texture with every bite. FYI, Dojo has relocated from Circular Road to 313@Somerset and their gourmet burgers are more affordable than before!

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Dojo is located at 313 Orchard Road, #B3-43 313@Somerset, Singapore 238895, p. +65 6835 7606. Open 11am – 10pm (Mon to Sun). See their Menu here (PDF).

 

EwF by Everything with Fries, Bugis
The first on the list to go below $9 is EwF’s rendition of a popular local zi char dish, the Har Jeong Gai Burger ($8.90) that features an impressive hunk of chicken thigh deep-fried in a batter with the distinctive fermented prawn paste. This guilty-pleasure of a burger simply comes with fresh lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise between the fluffy soft burger buns, so that you can fully savour the crispy prawn paste chicken that squirts as you bite into it! Since you’re at EwF, you probably should have this burger with fries too, by making it a set meal for just $10.90, with a drink included.

EwF by Everything with Fries is located at 200 Victoria Street, #04-05 Bugis Junction, Singapore 238896, p. +65 6338 0135. Open 11am – 10pm (Mon to Sun). See their Menu here.

 

Little Hiro, Bukit Timah
In the middle of our gourmet burger list is the Waikiki Deluxe burger ($8.70) from Hawaiian-Japanese BBQ & grill joint, Little Hiro. Comprising of glistening strips of bacon, sweet juicy grilled pineapple and melted cheese with a tangy secret relish on top of handmade beef patty, the Waikiki gives a taste of a Hawaiian beachside barbeque between two buns. Big eaters, go for the double patty at $10.50. Notable mention goes out to the Little Hiro’s signature Chicken Karaage Ramen Burger that didn’t make it on the list because it’s 20 cents over $10 (and also because it isn’t strictly a burger, if you know what I mean.)

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Little Hiro is located at 559 Bukit Timah Road, #01-01 King’s Arcade, Singapore 269695, p. +65 6466 3477. See their Menu here.

 

Right out of Brunners Coffeeshop along East Coast Road is Corner Burger’s ‘Nan Ru’ Tonkatsu Burger ($8), by hawkerprenuer Silas Lee. ‘Nan ru’ (南乳) is a type of fermented beancurd which has a distinctive aroma and mellow flavour that slight tangy with a mild sweetness, sometimes referred to as the “Chinese cheese” or “soy cheese”. That is used to marinated the generous cutlet of pork before it is coated in bread crumbs and deep-fried to a golden crisp. The seasoned tonkutsu patty is then topped with ‘nan ru’ mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, then sandwiched between the soft, buttered burger buns, and placed on a pile of thick-cut fries before being served in a cute retro metal bowl. That’s right, fries is included with all burgers at Corner Burger, which makes the this gourmet burger even more bang for your buck!

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Corner Burger is located at 228 East Coast Road, Brunners Coffeeshop, Singapore 428925, p. +65 9827 4562. Open 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 9pm (Mon to Sun), closed on Wed. See their Menu here.

 

nomVnom, Clarke Quay & Tai Seng
The second vegan burger joint in the list is nomVnom, a vegan concept fast food restaurant founded by Dr Ng Wai Lek back in 2015, currently (August 2017) with two outlets. The signature Nom Nom Burger ($6.90) and the unique Dhall Fusion Burger ($7.90) both consists of a crunchy deep-fried homemade soya patty, the former comes with tartar sauce, fresh lettuce and tomato, while the latter is topped with a spicy homemade dhall curry sauce and sweetcorn, sandwiched between soft, fluffy burger buns made from unbleached wholemeal flour and organic brown sugar. Pretty good value for healthy, guilt-free gourmet burgers, and each burger also includes a shot of apple vinegar as an appetizer. If you have company, share the Mixed Sweet Potato Fries ($5.90)!

nomVnom is located at #B1-44 Clarke Quay Central, and at #B1-02 18 Tai Seng. See their Menu here.

 

Second on this list is Burgs by Project Warung, which coincidentally is the second hawker stall on our list that offers affordable, Muslim-friendly gourmet burgers (how do they manage it?!). For $5.50, you get yourself the Mushroom Burger which include a generous portions of fries, and for $1 more, you get onion rings instead. The Mushroom Burger is assembled with a thick, juicy grilled beef patty, freshly made from Australian chilled beef, and topped with cheese and crispy deep-fried oyster mushroom. If you want double patties like the one you see in the picture, it’s just $8, an absolute steal for a well-executed gourmet burger. Look out for the well-received Country Fried Chicken Burger ($5) if you’re not in the beefy mood.

Burgs by Project Warung is located at 505 Beach Road, #B1-24 
Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583, p. +65 9154 4038. Open 11:45am – 2pm, 5pm – 8pm (Tue to Sun), closed on Mon. See their Facebook page here.

 

Hambaobao, Beauty World
Number one on our list is Hambaobao’s celebrated Crispy Pork Belly Burger! At $5.50 (and around 15 to 30 minutes of standing in line), you will get your hands on the soft, fluffy toasted burger buns filled with thick, succulent chunks of pork belly that comes with those delightful crispy crackling skin and gelatinous, melt-in-your mouth layer of fat, covered in a blend of sweet-savoury hoisin sauce and tangy English mustard with a mild kick to it, finished with refreshing, crunchy slices of Japanese cucumber. There’s no fries included with the burger but it’s only an extra $1.50 for a generous serving of hand-cut Fairy Fries. At the end, it’s the glorious amalgamation of taste, flavour and texture at a truly affordable price the reason why the Crispy Pork Belly Burger tops the list.

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Hambaobao is located at 144 Upper Bukit Timah, #04-49 Beauty World Food Centre, Singapore 588177, p. +65 9667 5254. Open 12pm – 6pm (Wed to Sun), closed on Mon, Tue & Sat. See their Facebook page here.

 

BONUS: Here are five worthy mentions that’s slightly over $15 even after GST and service charge is included, and four of them even come with fries!

 

Bergs, Telok Ayer, Katong & Haji Lane
The hearty breakfast burger, Brekky Berg comes with bacon, egg, cheddar cheese, aioli and Bergs sauce on prime beef patties at $10.50.

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Bergs is located at #01-01 Far East Square, 45 East Coast Road, & 10 Haji Lane. See their Menu here.

 

While it’s not the signature Wimpy burger ($15), the massive Black Peppercorn Burger ($13) features well-done patty made from chilled Australian beef chuck coated in fresh black pepper, topped with crispy onions, and smothered in FatPapas’ house special thick, spicy black peppercorn gravy between fluffy sesame seed buns. Fries is included!

FatPapas Burgers and Shakes is located at 17 Bali Lane, Singapore 189853, p. +65 6291 8028. Open 5pm – 11pm (Mon to Sun). See their Menu here.

 

In between the toasted sesame buns is a juicy 180g chicken patty made from freshly grounded meat, a slice of sweet grilled pineapple, tomato salsa, arugula and cheese. At $12.90, the Chicken Pineapple. is served with either thick cut fries or Mesclun salad.

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Burger Buddies is located at 1 Cantonment Road, Stall 5 Essen at The Pinnacle, Singapore 080001, p. +65 6727 6066. Open 11:30am – 02:30pm, 5pm – 09:30pm (Mon to Fri); 11:30am – 09:30pm (Sat & Sun). See their Menu here.

 

The Chop Chop Selections, Simpang Bedok
The whopping Crispy Chicken Burger ($12.50) comprises of TWO pieces of crispy chicken cutlet, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise sandwiched between toasted sesame buns. It even come with fries and salad!

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The Chop Chop Selections is located at348 Bedok Road, #02-01 The Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469560, p. +65 9168 0300. Open 12pm – 10pm (Tue to Sun); closed on Mon. See their Facebook page here.

 

25 Degrees, Bugis
During lunch promotion from 11 am to 3 pm, 25 Degrees’ line up of burgers that includes the Number One and Number Four goes for just $12 with fries included. Number One comprises of a thick, juicy beef patty in your choice of doneness, caramelized onions, Crescenza cheese, Prelibato Gorgonzola blue cheese, crispy bacon, and arugula, topped with Thousand Island sauce, sandwiched between 25 Degrees’ signature soft burger buns that are designed to be thicker that regular burger buns so that all the juice from the beef patty can be soaked up.

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25 Degrees is located at 200 Middle Road, Hotel G Singapore, Singapore 188980, p. +65 6809 7990. Open 11am – 3pm (Mon to Sun). See their Menu here.

 

We hope you like this list of affordable gourmet burgers in Singapore. Which one is your favourite? Did we miss out any of your go-to? Please share them with us in the comments below!







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