{The Entertainer App} Third and Sixth: Burger Flop

"Smashing burgers", that phrase alone was enough to send me on a wild goose chase to Third and Sixth with that one intention in mind: to eat some burgers.

Capitalising on the hungry and the thirsty crowds that populates the raffles city area, Third and Sixth pairs a stripped out decor and a laid back atmosphere with bang-for-buck food and drinks. A winning combination as proven by the steady stream of diners that poured into the restaurant on a balmy Wednesday night.

The deals change daily and you can probably score some savings depending on your preferences; take for example the Tuesday Beer+Burger combo for $20 nett or the 1-for-1 martinis on Wednesdays. 

But the real question is, how do the burgers measure up?

Using our Entertainer App, the S and I scored a 1-for-1 main course deal at Third and Sixth (more information on a special promotion on the One-Month entertainer app to be found at the end of this post.) 

The Clockwork ($15) is a 150g homemade Australian grain-fed beef patty with sauteed mushrooms and melted  Swiss cheese in between two buns. This doesn't impress, declaring itself to be more ellipsis than an exclamation point. The patty itself, a sad, overly tough affair that needed for texture and flavor whereas the cheese could have used a little more time under the grill, it's charred top revealing the hand of an impatient chef.

Equally lackluster is the Ram-Lee burger ($15), a play on the classic Malaysian street food, Third and Sixth's rendition comes nowhere close to the versions I got to sample during my last visit to KL. The same under seasoned patty with a dollop of cheese sauce (masquerading as a specially concocted sauce), then wrapped in a huge omelette is placed between two sesame buns. While the dish sounds good in theory, the patty offers little flavor while the sauce turned out to be a gloppy mess. 

Dining at Third and Sixth was unexceptional and not particularly memorable, but with such reasonable prices and Macs Great White on tap, you can't complain.

Moving on to some good news, for the month of July, I've been given the opportunity by the good folks of The Entertainer App SPORE to promote the app to my readers for a special price of SGD 15 (U.P. $19) for The Entertainer Singapore One-Month Mobile Product. Please note that this discount code will expire on the 31st July.

To find out how to use this app, watch this useful video below.

With the Singapore App, get access to all 770+ buy one get one free offers at some of the hottest restaurants, nightspots, spas and activities. Especially useful if you're a foodie too, since each merchant provides more than 3 vouchers; meaning that you can visit participating restaurants more than once!

To unlock this special promotional rate of SGD$15 (U.P. S$19), simply visit http://www.theentertainerme.com/trysgfor19/ and be sure to enter the unique promo code 'fundamentallyflawed' when you purchase. Alternatively, you can download and install the FREE app from the app store and enter the promo code 'fundamentallyflawed' at the shopping cart before checking out.

Saving money couldn't be easier with that many merchants around the island extending their 1-for-1 deals to the purchasers of The Entertainer App. Some of my favourite places include Bedrock Bar & Grill, Cocotte, Fat Cow, Fern & Kiwi and The Pelican Seafood Bar and Grill; just to name a few, the list is honestly quite extensive. With that in mind, chalking up savings of more than that initial $15 investment is too easy a task.

To sweeten the deal, after one months' membership, you can simply choose to upgrade to the full product for a further S$76 (U.P. $80), allowing you to keep redeeming your offers until 30th Dec 2014. 

So what are you waiting for?

Stay tuned to more foodie adventures as I attempt to brave through the Entertainer list.

Third and Sixth
36 Seah Street
T: 6336 1248

1 comment:

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