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Burgers In Local Style

Two Eateries — a German and a Norwegian concept — give their burgers a local makeover

Pink Fish

78 Airport Boulevard
#B2-261 Jewel Changi Airport
Tel: 6909 9771

Available exclusively in Singapore for July and August, Pink Fish’s Singaporean Burger ($9.90) pairs Norwegian salmon with sambal slaw and salted egg fish skin chips. The fast-casual eatery hails from Norway and uses salmon as its main ingredient for its menu of salads and wraps, burgers, soups and raw dishes that come in European, American or Asian flavours. With six outlets in Norway, this is the brand’s first international outlet.

The Singaporean Burger is Pink Fish’s take on classic Singapore flavours. (Image courtesy of Pink Fish)

Hans Im Glück

German burger grill Hans Im Glück is launching its exclusive Singapore-only menu from now till end of August. Crab enthusiasts will now be able to savour the spicy crab goodness minus the mess with Hans Im Glück’s first and only seafood burger on its menu — the Krabbe Burger ($16) comprising softshell crab drizzled with a spicy chilli sauce.

The special menu also offers the Beef Rendang Burger ($16) and the Singapore Rose ($8), which is a mocktail consisting of coconut milk, mango, gula melaka and rose syrup, with coconut shavings and edible flower garnish.

These burgers could also be purchased as a set of four at $54. It comes with a pound of steak fries.

Hans Im Glück’s first and only seafood burger — the Krabbe Burger.

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