Phat Burger Bro serves and assortment of American style burgers. This is their classic cheese burger with triple patties and a set of fries and coleslaw.
For the cheeseburger, you’ve a choice of single, double or triple patties. I’ve decided to go all in with their triple. The beef patties are made using 100% USDA beef, with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, homemade pickles, grilled onions and phat burger sauce added. These are sandwiched in between a toasted sesame milk bun.
The beef patty is nicely grilled with slightly crispy outsides. Its inside is juicy with nice meaty flavours and rather salty. The very thinly sliced handmade pickles actually tastes not too bad, and the milk bun is decent. Everything seems to be quite alright except that it tastes quite salty. It is the aftermath that feels terrible. For the rest of the night, my mouth was dry and thirsty even though I’ve had a whole pot of hot tea! Not recommended until they fix this salt overdose issue.
These hand-cut fries are triple cooked and are rather crispy. However if you’re to look at the above image, you can see that it’s overcooked and charred. Yet another failure. To be fair, the ones that are not burnt tastes decent.
A serving of coleslaw comes served with the set as well. Comes with shreds of cabbage, carrots and parsley mixed in their own phat slaw dressing. This coleslaw is crunchy and tastes decent.
My very honest opinion. At this price point, you’re better off with Ryan’s Kitchen located at Great World City. Zipp Burger is a good alternative too at half its prices. Even the burgers at Shake Shack has better balanced flavours. Unfortunately, the burgers at Phat Burger Bro is something that I can’t recommend at this moment. Thumbs down.
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