Fatburger opens 5th outlet in Singapore at The Star Vista

By HungryGoWhere July 11, 2021
Fatburger opens 5th outlet in Singapore at The Star Vista

This year, Fatburger is determined to spread its burgers and shakes in our little red dot as it unveils its fifth outlet in The Star Vista.

The new outlet opened its doors today, Dec 17 and is bringing the Westies their thick burgers, creamy milkshakes and fresh fries.

The burger chain, popular in the Hollywood scene, is not just bringing you the usual burgers filled with tomatoes, onions,  lettuce or mayonnaise.

The chain allows you to customise your burgers according to your preferences – from bacon and eggs to chilli, pickles, mustard, relish and cheese. Their burgers begin at the price of $8.50.

In addition to these customisable burgers, their menu also includes Fat and Skinny fries, sweet potato fries, freshly made onion rings, IMPOSSIBLE™ burgers, chicken sandwiches, and hand-scooped milkshakes made from authentic ice cream.

While these may sound sinful, do not fret because they have a Fish Burger creation that features an enriching codfish patty with a crispy, crumbly exterior.

Pair these burgers with either their Signature Fat Fries or their saucy Chilli Cheese Fries. Aside from these dishes, you can find buffalo wings of 8 flavours on their menu too.

Once again, there is an option for Spice lovers as well – the Death Valley hot sauce on their wings.

For a sweet finish, pick up Fatburger’s thick-and-crunchy churros—served with either chocolate or gula melaka sauce.

Have a milky treat to add a little sweetness to your holidays by trying their hand-scooped ice cream milkshakes that come in five decadent flavours, from Oreo cookies & ice cream to Lotus Biscoff caramel cookie crumble.

Though the new outlet is a perfect location for an after-work meal, you can enjoy these meals anywhere as Fatburger has its own islandwide delivery.

Fatburger is also present on other delivery platforms such as Foodpanda, Deliveroo and GrabFood to get your fast food fix.


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