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Oooooh Burrrrrrger!

The plan for my last few days in SG was to go to Funan to look for Mama and Papa's camera. By the time we got off the train (City Hall Station), we were super hungry already. So off we went to the nearest mall (the name I again forgot, sorry) to look for something quick to eat. The obvious choice was to go to Subway, because it was the first one we saw as well but then again we opted to look for more interesting fastfood places and ended up in....



We really liked the burger, it can be easily compared to Sango burgers here. It was a little bit spicy and super tasty. The crispy big fries, I liked! and the raspberry iced tea too. :)



And the chicken... it was in a paper packaging that had instructions on how to properly eat it. Neat! Arvic really liked it. We should have our Chicken Mcdo or ChickenJoy packaged that way if for take-out. LOL.


The verdict: We're glad we gave it a try. It's another first for us. ;)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Kayni said…
hmmm...burger. it's something i look for, for a quick fix. there's a place here called "five guys." i love 'em.
Chyng said…
Hhmm, sarap! Ü
kg said…
oh my cza! we also ate as MOS burgers...we love their burgers! super tasty diba?
Rico said…
Sabi nga ni Grace, super love namin ito. We loved it so much that we bought one even though we've had dinner already. Tapos we bought one as baon for our bus trip to Malasia. Plus the guy on the counter is Pinoy! Fave ko yung Triple Prawn Burger nila.
saw this several times whenever we're in SG but never bothered to try.. I heard nga it's like Sango! eh i like Sango pa naman... next time talaga try namin yan.
[cookiespink] said…
we tried this na in SG last November. super yummy nga :D

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