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I had heard lots about VeganBurg from a friend, but has yet to try it. She was raving with positive feedback. So today while we were being a little lost in getting a parking lot, we went past VeganBurg. And we have to try them today.
At VeganBurg, every ingredient is bursting with wholesome and natural, real flavour; every bite is not just a set of nutritional value numbers – it’s a step towards an environmentally sustainable diet; every meal is a contribution to Mother Earth in reducing the emission of greenhouse gases.
Healthy, tasty vegan food.

Here's their menu online:

An environmental friendly concept

Our dinner. Hubby swapped the fries for broccoli. But the portion is too little.

HAWAIIAN TERIYAKI [Burger:$6.90 | Meal:$10.80] (High in Vitamin C & potassium) - This classic Hawaiian burger features the brilliant combination of a pan-grilled luscious pineapple slice and a soya patty glazed with teriyaki sauce, to offer you a delightfully tangy treat that’s just perfect for our summer weather.

Hubby's burger. The difference between his and mine, the patty is grilled and there is a slice of pineapple. And of course the sauce is different. Nice, but I'm not really a fan of the sauce.

CRACKED PEPPER MAYO [Burger: $5.90 | Meal: $9.80] (Contains Omega 3 & 6, Zinc) - Savour the robust flavour of our Cracked Pepper Mayo Burger! With a wonderfully crispy, yet moist Vegan patty, accompanied by fresh lettuce, our Cracked Pepper burger will entice you with its alluring aroma, and keep you hooked with its bold flavour.

I like my burger. Crispy vegan patty. No need for more words. Simple and delicious.

I like their table. And chairs. I like the feeling of the place.

They do toy swap too. There are toys for children to play while parents eat.

44 Jalan Eunos Singapore 419502
12 Marina Boulevard #02-05 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 Singapore 018982
200 Turf Club Road #01-32 Singapore 287994


  1. This is very near where I am staying now leh! But how does the patty taste like? All made from soya?


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