A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
Food at Five Guys is American cuisine, focused specifically on burgers, hotdogs, and milkshakes. The menu is small and focused, instead, the emphasis is on maintaining a consistently high quality.
It seems like there are many burger joints in Singapore nowadays; aside from the famous Shake Shack , another international burger brand th...
Aside from a getting a cleaner mouthfeel with the meat, I don't think I liked it better.
One reason why I didn't like Five Guys before was because my expectations were too high.
It was delicious, including not just the beefy patties (double patties are standard - yay!), but also those potato-ey fries.
I would not mind eating it once in a while but not too willing to queue for it.
Today's shake was cherry and malted milk. Very drinkable combination but pretty sweet.
Hotdog's pretty salty and not particularly memorable. But that nicely browned and appropriately greasy grilled cheese....I'm coming back for.
I remember saying something about their fries being the best, possibly, for fast food fries. I maintain that statement here.
That being said, Five Guys was definitely one of the best burger experiences I’ve had this year!
Everything is about freshness, so they don't even use freezers and microwaves.
Try to visit early; with how kiasu the foodie crowd is, that’s the only way to guarantee getting your hands on one!
Quality is indeed apparent in Five Guys’ grub, and I appreciate the thought and effort that goes through each item.
As compared to In-N-Out and Shake Shack, Five Guys in the States is said to serve greasier and downright sinful burgers
Using only prime fresh beef, Singaporeans can look forward to their famous burgers.