Cult-favourite Wildfire Burgers has affordable wagyu burgers and new Robertson Quay flagship

By Evan Mua February 9, 2024
Cult-favourite Wildfire Burgers has affordable wagyu burgers and new Robertson Quay flagship
A place worth visiting for affordable wagyu burgers and S$12 happy hour deals. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

If you ask anyone what the best type of beef is, chances are they’ll reply with “wagyu”.

The exquisite beef, which originates from Japan, is renown for its richness and fattiness. That means it’s perfect as the star in a burger. 

However, wagyu usually comes with a premium — except at Wildfire Burgers, which uses wagyu patties but keeps prices reasonable and comparable to other popular burger joints in Singapore.

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New beginnings at Robertson Quay. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

Besides just affordability, the cult-favourite brand had also built up a reputation for itself as one of Singapore’s best artisan burgers since its debut in 2015.

Always looking to improve customers’ experience, Wildfire Burgers has recently undergone a revamp and now operates out of a single flagship outlet at Robertson Quay, which opened on Feb 1.

Affordable and quality burgers

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Doesn't get better than freshly made wagyu patties grilled over binchotan. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

The new Wildfire Burgers Robertson Quay serves up a revamped menu with new food and beverage options — but retains its focus on its signature wagyu burgers.

It uses award-winning Stone Axe wagyu beef — delivered fresh daily and made into patties — to be charcoal grilled over Japanese binchotan charcoal and hickory wood to achieve perfect smokiness and the juiciest texture.

The patties are then put into the snug embrace of pillowy butter-toasted brioche buns specially made by local artisan bakery Brera.

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Wildfire Burgers has eight burgers available on the revamped menu. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

Those who enjoy classic cheeseburgers should go for the all-time favourite, Wildfire Burgers’ classic 101 cheeseburger (S$16 for single patty, S$20 for double).

It’s covered in a glorious layer of American cheese to accentuate the rich beef and layered with piquant house-made sauce, sharp pickled onions and gherkins to cut through the heaviness.

The restaurant also offers different ways to enjoy the Stone Axe wagyu patties, in the form of triple bacon (S$19 for single, S$23 for double), truffled mushroom (S$18 for single, S$22 for double) and French onion (S$19 for single, S$23 for double).

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This is one heck of a chicken burger! Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

In case beef isn’t your beat, Wildfire Burgers’ menu also includes a few other tantalising alternatives.

The diverse offerings includes uniquely tangy Ottoman lamb (S$19 for single, S$23 for double), beer-battered black halibut (S$18) and a meatless option Portobello & Friends (S$18 for single, S$22 for double).

But if there’s one that’s strongly recommended, it’s the sweet and spicy hot honey butter chicken (S$18). This burger features a succulent fried chicken thigh that’s slathered with sriracha honey butter for unadulterated indulgence.

Tasty sides and S$12 happy hour

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Golden Arches, move aside. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

While burgers are the main attraction at Wildfire Burgers, the menu also comes loaded with a bunch of other grub and drinks to go with the burgers.

One popular side is the golden chicken nuggets (from S$8 for 6 pieces). Made with 100% chicken, the nostalgic treat tastes like the familiar fast-food classic and is best relished with the highly addictive Japanese curry mayo.

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These onion rings are better than any fries. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

Naturally, fries and other finger foods are indispensable as burger companions, so you’ll find a gamut of choices, including nacho cheese fries (S$10), signature chicken fries (S$8) and tater tots (S$8).

There’s also a brand-new addition to the menu, in the form of salt & vinegar fried onion rings (S$8) — light, crispy and fragrant and also jazzed up with an appetising mix of vinegar acidity and salt.

In the beverage department, Wildfire Burgers’ menu is filled with a plethora of drinks that range wines to draught beers, fresh from the tap.

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The black negroni comes with a side of pyrotechnics. Photo: Evan Mua/HungryGoWhere

But if you enjoy boozier tipples, there’s also a cocktail section on the menu. The highlight? The happy hour, where all drinks go for only S$12 between 4pm to 7pm daily.

There are a variety of concoctions that range from the light and floral signature spritz (S$16) and margarita (S$16), to the stronger apple old fashioned (S$22) and black negroni (S$22), both served with a bit of smoky theatrics.

With affordable and hearty wagyu burgers and a great happy hour deal, what’s not to love about the revamped Wildfire Burgers at Robertson Quay?

This was a hosted tasting.

For more ideas on what to eat, read our stories on the best restaurants to indulge in when you are at MBS and the new openings in Singapore you have to visit.

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals.

You can also book a ride to Robertson Quay to try Wildfire Burgers’ revamped menu.

Wildfire Burgers

Robertson Walk, 01-12, 11 Unity Street
Nearest MRT station: Fort Canning
Open: Monday to Sunday (4pm to 11pm)

Robertson Walk, 01-12, 11 Unity Street
Nearest MRT station: Fort Canning
Open: Monday to Sunday (4pm to 11pm)

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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