[NEW OPENING] BURG Kitchen opens in Eat at Seven

BURG Kitchen, which is now part of the enclave of top-rate Japanese restaurants at Eat at Seven is a Japanese concept restaurant that specialises in juicy, handmade hamburgs.

Each 200g patty is a marinated blend of minced beef with wagyu fats, which is then pan-fried and slow cooked in the oven, allowing the beef patty to remain moist without being overcooked. Diners can either opt for the original version or the cheese burg. We tried the latter and it did not disappoint. The tender and flavourful hamburg was overlaid with a Colby and cheddar cheese mix that had a smoky tinge and a gooey consistency. We upped the ante by topping the hamburg with teriyaki and mayo, which certainly enhanced the overall enjoyment of the dish.

We also tried the Golden Curry with Homemade Creamy Croquette and Beef Meatballs. The dish was very aesthetically pleasing due to its colour or scheme of green, yellow and red from the zucchini, baby corn and red pepper. The curry had a creamy texture and was very rich in flavor, which was a great pleasure to a curry lover like myself. My favourite part was cutting the croquette open and witnessing hot cream flowing out. The croquette was crispy on the outside and extremely soft and creamy on the inside. My worries of it being too oily and heavy were superfluous as I realized that the cream was light, palatable and very addictive.

Other than Japanese styled dishes, BURG kitchen also provides diners with other options such as the Penne Meat Sauce Gratin and Crispy Chicken Wings with Spice Blend.

As we dug into the Penne Meat Sauce Gratin, we were relieved that the penne were neither under or overcooked, which is a mistake regularly made by restaurants. However, it was marginally disappointing to discover how the meat sauce tasted closer to a regular tomato-based pasta sauce instead. The components put together was delectable nonetheless and we thoroughly enjoyed the side of prawn baguette.

When were were served the Crispy Chicken Wings, I initially did not have high expectations for it. I was sceptical on finding a Korean dish in a Japanese restaurant. However, the wings threw me off guard. Despite the generous marinade, these were no overwhelmingly salty and definitely worth the greasy fingers.

BURG Kitchen
Eat at Seven
Suntec City North Wing Suntec City Mall
3 Temasek Boulevard

Operating Hours:
Daily: 11 30am - 3pm; 5 30pm - 10pm

Words and photos by Belinda Yong who wishes that every time of the day is food o' clock. She loves trying new cuisines and creations,  and prays hard for a higher metabolism.

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