It was relatively packed on a Saturday afternoon, where a steakhouse used to be at. Guess that one didn't fare too well.
The decor was quite nice and zen, almost kinda spacey in a way. The place itself was quite small, with only about 6 or 7 benches. But burgers were what we were here for ...
|Saute Mixed Mushroom Burger|
For one, b3 claims not to use any preservatives in their food, and they use fresh beef to make their patties with. It is certainly far healthier.
The mushrooms were a mixed of shitake, button and something else. And while it was certainly flavorsome in the mushroom sense, we could have used a bit more in the end. The buns they used are the harder sesame type, whilst I prefer the soft sesameless ones.
Nevertheless, the burger tasted fresh and wholesome, which was the objective anyway. In the end, it did lack a certain hearty flavor you get from normal burgers from the other usual joints.
|Sarawak Black Pepper Beef Burger|
The burgers could come with either fries that are freshly made or chips which they will slice from fresh potatoes and deep fry. We tried both and they were certainly good on both accounts, but for those who like it salt heavy, you will be sorely disappointed.
For those who remember my post about Fergburger, b3 does not come close to it as the Ultimate burger. But for those who are looking for a nice and healthy alternative, b3 certainly provides that ... at a price.
Burgers start around $7 dollars and above, so a meal for 2 with drinks will set you back about 20 or more.
Fergburger still rules ... but b3 is burger cool in this town too.
Burger Bench and Bar
Orchard Cineleisure #01-02 Orchard Cineleisure, 8 Grange Rd