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VeganBurg (Jalan Eunos)

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VeganBurg proves that fast food is not junk food and its nutritious burgers can be as tasty as its meaty counterparts. Basic ingredients consisting of organic whole wheat ciabatta bun, fresh lettuce and soya patty are stacked with various toppings such as grilled pineapple slices and button mushrooms.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 22:00

PH: 11:30 - 22:00

Sun: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 68446868
$12 based on 56 submissions
Vegetarians (16 votes), Quiet (13 votes), Lunch (12 votes)
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good experience but not for everyone

The first time I went to vegan burg was with my vegetarian friend. I went there again two times after with my parents and alone. I was rather worried the burgers would not be nice or tasteless. Imagine a meat eater trying vegan! Oh the horror!!!!

I got the hawaaiin burger and made it a meal which includes fries with seaweed flakes and a fountain drink of my choice. The burger was actually good, the bun was fresh and unusual with sunflower seeds AND the grilled patty actually tasted yummy! I had to admit it tasted like meat, and it was a soy patty. The only thing I did not like was that it came with a whole pineapple ring which I found incomvenient to eat. The fries were unsalted. The drink tasted like it was made out of lots of water and some syrup, not too sweet which is good. Generally I do not like my food too salty so I was okay with this.

The next few times I tried cracked pepper mayo with a deep fried soy patty and tangy tartar, initially I was worried the tartar sauce would not be tasty but it tasted like normal tartar sauce! I also tried the boiled brocolli instead of fries, it was a rather small portion and cold unfortunately. The brown rice ice cream in vanilla was good.

Price wise it was high for me at first as I am used to the cheaper prices at most fast food resturants.

I think most of my friends would not go for this because it is vegetarian and not to mention the food is not as salty and sweet as most fast food. I like it though! My parents tried the burger meals and found it not filling enough though.

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• 12 Jan 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

good experience but not for everyone

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The first time I went to vegan burg was with my vegetarian friend. I went there again two times after with my parents and alone. I was rather worried the burgers would not be nice or tasteless. Imagine a meat eater trying vegan! Oh the horror!!!!

I got the hawaaiin burger and made it a meal which includes fries with seaweed flakes and a fountain drink of my choice. The burger was actually good, the bun was fresh and unusual with sunflower seeds AND the grilled patty actually tasted yummy! I had to admit it tasted like meat, and it was a soy patty. The only thing I did not like was that it came with a whole pineapple ring which I found incomvenient to eat. The fries were unsalted. The drink tasted like it was made out of lots of water and some syrup, not too sweet which is good. Generally I do not like my food too salty so I was okay with this.

The next few times I tried cracked pepper mayo with a deep fried soy patty and tangy tartar, initially I was worried the tartar sauce would not be tasty but it tasted like normal tartar sauce! I also tried the boiled brocolli instead of fries, it was a rather small portion and cold unfortunately. The brown rice ice cream in vanilla was good.

Price wise it was high for me at first as I am used to the cheaper prices at most fast food resturants.

I think most of my friends would not go for this because it is vegetarian and not to mention the food is not as salty and sweet as most fast food. I like it though! My parents tried the burger meals and found it not filling enough though.
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• 12 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

A sorry excuse

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I really don't understand any good reviews for this place. The burgers are tiny, the buns are dry, and for all the effort they claim to put into them, the burgers have about as much flavour as a rain-soaked tortilla. A sorry excuse for a burger joint, "healthy" or not. Perfect for yuppies who follow trends blindly and hurrah at every "cool" establishment that promotes itself as a mainstream alternative. For the sake of yourself and generations to follow: Surf some recipe sites or watch some step-by-step YouTube videos, but for the love of good food, learn how to make a burger at home - even on your first attempt it'll be tons better than this. You shouldn't have to sacrifice taste and flavour in the name of health. You shouldn't have to eat this. Make a salad instead.
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• 03 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

hate the drinks

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Been to this eatery quite a few times for takeaways, since it first opened. First of all, I hate all soy based fake meat, and the taste of tofu makes me nauseous, but strangely, I find the veggie patties of these burgers to be alright. Love their fries and really hate their drinks. The ambience of the place is really good
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