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Omakase Burger (Wisma Atria)

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Omakase Burger specializes in authentic American ‘smashed burger’-style beef burgers. Hand-made patties ground fresh every morning in-store with its own proprietary blend of premium USDA Choice-grade cuts, they smash their burgers into ultra-hot griddles for a crisp, caramelized crust that seals in tons of big, beefy flavor.
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Best burger place in Singapore.

This is the Singapore equivalent of In-N-Out Burger and Shake Shack. I tried the Omakase cheeseburger ($14), which was expensive for such a small burger. The buns were nice, not too dry or too hard. The beef patties were soft and juicy. The cheese was nicely melted. The sweet potatoes fries were great too. My boyfriend had the chicken sandwich which was different that your traditional chicken sandwich. The fried chicken patty was marinated in an Asian way - with I think a touch of soya sauce and sesame oil. It is definitely not as good as the beef patties. The cheese fries were pretty good. Instead of just pouring "cheap" cheese all over the fries, they added their own flavorings which made it more savoury. They used high quality cheese unlike KFC cheese fries. Overall, I will come back to this burger place, because I haven't found a decent burger place in Singapore, apart from this.

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• 06 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Overpriced!

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Burger was not bad but it was too expensive for the size of the burger. Be prepared to pay at least $15.00 for a burger and regular fries that ain't worth it. May go back to try other food but not for the burger.
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• 05 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Expensive average burgers

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I signed up for an account just to post this review.
 This place is waaaaaaay too expensive for average burgers.
 ordered 6 burgers, 6 sides and 5 drinks totalling ~$150.
 1stly the oil they used for cooking seems to be re-used many times. The chicken burger turned out to be quite dark in color (due to the old oil) and burnt as well. For the price they are charging they could at least change the oil more often.
 The "premium buns" i had on my burger was so soggy that it was falling apart from it's own weight.
 The size of the burgers were quite small, similar to Mos burger sizes.
 That being said, the sweet potato fries were nicer than the ones normally sold outside. Beef patty was decent as well.
 
 Overall, this place is too overpriced and not really worth it.
 It is no In-N-Out. I can get much better burgers at half the price at In-N-Out.
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• 10 Nov 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

Best burger place in Singapore.

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This is the Singapore equivalent of In-N-Out Burger and Shake Shack. I tried the Omakase cheeseburger ($14), which was expensive for such a small burger. The buns were nice, not too dry or too hard. The beef patties were soft and juicy. The cheese was nicely melted. The sweet potatoes fries were great too. My boyfriend had the chicken sandwich which was different that your traditional chicken sandwich. The fried chicken patty was marinated in an Asian way - with I think a touch of soya sauce and sesame oil. It is definitely not as good as the beef patties. The cheese fries were pretty good. Instead of just pouring "cheap" cheese all over the fries, they added their own flavorings which made it more savoury. They used high quality cheese unlike KFC cheese fries. Overall, I will come back to this burger place, because I haven't found a decent burger place in Singapore, apart from this.
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