We landed at 313 once again in a span of just 2 weeks! Gosh! This time to spoil our palates at the Handbuger 🙂 Have been walking past this place but was always put off with the Q outside. A hungry man is an angry man, ya know?
The Handburger is unlike your usual burger joint. Its woody ambience and benches reminded me of The Soup Spoon (any idea if they’re related anyway?), but it was a nice, cosy corner for tummy filling session 🙂
Get ready for some foodilicious eye feast!
To enjoy a complete meal, simply top up $4 or $6 to include a side dish and a drink to go with their yummy burgers. The Handburger even has an interesting site too with their menus all up so you can even decide what to eat before heading down! Check out what we each devoured!
This reminded me of Tony Roma’s loaf of onion rings but upon sinking my teeth into them, they felt too oily for my liking. There was this “juice” that oozed out and i’m pretty certain, it’s not onion juice….
Definitely a replica of The Soup Spoon’s Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff! The heavenly marriage of chunky mushroom bits and creamy soup + black pepper is one way to win my heart stomach! Some bits of the mushroom in there were slightly hard (probably the stalk of the mushroom part) but it’s lovely nonetheless. Won me over with 2 thumbs up! 😀
It’s piled with baked chicken breast wrapped with bacon, sliced mozzarella, mushroom and a bed of salad, it really made a ho bao (in Cantonese; super tummy-filling) meal man. My main grouse: the chicken was TOO hard! Although the taste was right, chomping it was tough and caused some discomfort to my already crazy jaw (am having some issues with my jaw… no idea why) so that kinda took some points off. The hubby said it was pretty jerlat (in Malay; sick of having the same thing repeatedly) too, so guess I won’t be having this the next time I visit The Handburger again.