New in town: Burock Cuisine, Bedok — Now, you can get Ramly Burgers anytime you want

Last Updated: February 25, 2021

Written by Nicole Lam

Storefront of Burock Cuisine

The idea of a pasar malam seems like a distant memory now. After all, throngs of sweaty people traipsing around in a small enclosed space is a definite health hazard. While we can only patiently wait for MS Rona to finish her world tour, perhaps Burock Cuisine can offer us a little solace in the meantime.

As anyone would tell you, a romp around any night market requires you to have a Ramly Burger in hand. You know the kind, a buttery toasted bun and a patty enveloped with a fried egg. Plus, it’s usually pretty easy on the wallet. With your Ramly Burger in hand and sugary drink in the other as you grab the next bargain—what could be better? It’s utter bliss, I’d say.

Nothing can replicate the riotous atmosphere of pasar malam, but maybe a good ol’ Ramly Burger can let us suspend our  COVID-19 disbelief. At Burock Cuisine, you’ll find the usual spread of grilled night market goodies that are sure to elicit all late-night pasar malam memories.

Ramly Burger fromBurock Cuisine 3

So you can have your Burger Ramly going for S$4 each or three for S$11. You can pick between Chicken or Beef, so whichever suits your fancy that day. Like any good pasar malam connoisseur, I took the generous offer of having three burgers for S$11. And since I was feeling a little nostalgic that day, I added a Roti John (S$5) for good measure.

Chicken Ramly Burger Burock Cuisine 4

You know what they say about the food at a pasar malam, more is indeed more. Two pillowy buns came with an egg-wrapped patty and absolutely smothered in sauce. It’s the works; you have copious amounts of barbecue, mayonnaise, and chilli sauce that ooze from the sides as you take a glorious bite.

The chicken burger is always a reliable favourite one can fall back one and this one no exception. I would have liked the bun to be a little more toasted for those tantalising crisp edges, but this would most certainly do.

Roti John from Burock Cuisine 2

For those that always go for the beef, you’d be pleased to know that Burock Cuisine uses that same dubious pinkish beef patty. I mean, some questions are better left unanswered, and I’m not asking anything. Of course, if you want to get down and dirty, the Roti John (S$5) is the right kind of messy you’ll want.

Burock Cuisine currently has two outlets, one is Yishun and the one we went to in Bedok, so make sure you have these two places in your back pocket when those pasar malam cravings hit.

Price: $

Our Rating: 3 / 5

Burock Cuisine

418 Bedok North Avenue , Singapore 460418

Our Rating 3/5

Burock Cuisine

418 Bedok North Avenue , Singapore 460418

Operating Hours: 12pm - 8pm (Fri to Wed), Closed on Thurs

Operating Hours: 12pm - 8pm (Fri to Wed), Closed on Thurs

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