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Opening Hours
Mon - Sat
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.burgerjunkyard.com
Signature Dishes
Beef in Blankets Brooklyn Burger Mango Whatzapp-bi Mini Bruschettas Steamin' Cheeseburger The Blue Paranomia
Review (24)
I've been to quite a few burger joints now and this is my favourite.The burger patty is flavourful and properly seasoned. It's juicy and is also one of the few places that cook their patty medium/well. That's normally how I like my patty done although I'm normally wary of hygiene issues. That said, I feel quite comfortable with Burger Junkyard.The bun is supposedly a brioche, not as rich as I would have expected but that's fine. A unique point about their burgers is their steamed cheese, the cheese is properly melted (compulsory in any decent burger!) but otherwise no different from normally melted cheese.My favourite is their BBQ burger. I've been to several burger places that mostly get the individual components right but this burger stands out for me because it's one of the few in which the the taste is greater than the sum of it's parts. Have only tried a few things on their menu but I look to rectify that.Their fries are average but I do like that they come with some sort of brown gravy which tastes a bit like the kind Ikea serves with their meatballs.Price is good for what you get. One of the cheaper dedicated burger places and one of the best too. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-27
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So, I was still hungry after trying out a burger somewhere else, and decided to come to this "new" burger place in KD to give it a try. This one's called the Balsamic Beefin' Onions. Obviously, that's balsamic vinegar dressing, on beef and onions.The sauce was strong and sweet, but perhaps a bit too overpowering, such that I couldn't taste the beef. The onions were caramelized, and also sweet. The beef was a little too charred on the outside, but otherwise pretty good.Overall, a very passable burger, but no praises shall be sung. At least there's no ridiculously long queues here. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-16
126 views
Brooklyn Chicken. My another friend could not take beef, so he ordered the Brooklyn Burger (chicken). It was a very "high" and big burger as it consisted of many ingredients: smoked turkey ham, grilled pineapple, tomato, raw onions, fried egg with house aioli sauce. The chicken patty was tender and not rough at all. The smoked turkey ham was slightly salty. This burger was very tasty. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-01
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Can you imagine the drool in my mouth when I saw these thick, fat chips waiting to be devoured? These chips came with one of their special sauce which I deemed as evil. Although the amount was not alot, the mass is quite heavy. It's one of the best chips that I have ever tasted, with the right amount of salt and pepper, not to mention the evil yet delicious dip! It's part of the set meal with a burger and a glass of mango juice. continue reading
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This was really a surprise to us. I mean, who would've thought that a burger shop would serve some Fine-dining dessert? The wobbly-jelly-like thing was really soft and creamy. It tasted a bit like frozen yoghurt with full cream milk. The lingonberry gave a very citrus-like sweetness to balance the heavy, milky, feel of the Panna Cotta. A stream of chocolate compliments the heavy vanilla and also to increase its aesthetic value. continue reading
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