VeganBurg unwraps a fresh take on eco-conscious dining.

VeganBurg, our beloved sanctuary of plant-based indulgence, has recently unfurled the leaves of its revamped flagship store.


Imagine stepping into a space where the nostalgic charm of a kampung meets the chic, mindful ethos of modern dining. That’s the newly spruced-up VeganBurg for you.

The transformation is a big transformation from the old establishment. Stepping inside, you’re greeted by an ambience that’s both rustic and refreshing.

Warm wooden tones meet lush greenery, creating a cocoon that’s both earthy and inviting. Sunlight dances through glass casement windows, casting a serene glow over the entire ensemble.

The establishment now has more seating available too, catering to more hungry folk who need a guilt-free fix.

And what’s a revamp without the main stars of the show – the burgers!

Each one is a love letter to our planet, crafted with the kind of care that turns non-believers into plant warriors, and packed with taste and nutrition.

Of course, the menu includes some local spin-off burgers that could give the real dishes a run for their money.

Dive into the vibrant flavours of Singapore with their Chili Krab Burger – a burger that captures the spirit of the iconic chilli crab, sans the crab, of course. The konjac patty, intertwined with handcrafted chilli and ginger tempeh, is a revelation for those seeking the sea’s embrace on a vegan voyage.

And for those who yearn for a taste of local heritage, the Hainanese Chickenless Burger is a symphony of plant-based goodness. Soy protein patties sing with the flavours of the classic Hainanese chicken rice, all nestled within a hearty bun – without a feather in sight.

Rounding out the pack is the Char-Grilled Satay Burger that perfectly captures the essence of the streetside favourite, loaded with cucumber and a tangy nutty pineapple relish.

For the uninitiated or the veggie-averse, fret not! The Cracked Mayo and Shrooms Burgers offer a gentle introduction to the world of vegan delights.

Pair these with a side of crispy fries or a fresh broccoli medley, and you’ve got yourself a meal that’s as satisfying as it is sustainable.

The chillers even come in new metal cups (as opposed to paper cups in the past), making the entire array of cutlery eco-friendly. Neat!

Still hungry? Why not try out their Sidekicks. Our personal favourites are the Shroom Pops and Carne Asadas Fries. Trust us, you won’t regret ordering them.

And if you’re the kind that prefers specific menu items or loves customisation, VeganBurg’s online ordering app is like a magic wand for your appetite.

Craving for a salad? VeganBurg has got you covered, as their online ordering app enables you to customise your meal to just the way you like it. Want to swap out the buns for lettuce? Be our guest!

What you’re left with is an innovative ‘salad burger’ that you can easily pick up and consume, without the need for a traditional salad bowl. How cool is that?

But what’s a feast without a cause? Beyond the delectable menu, VeganBurg’s relaunch is a testament to their unwavering commitment to our planet. With every bite, you’re joining a movement that champions the health of our earth.

Plus, their new takeaway packaging is both stylish and sustainable – the best of both worlds! You would cop a bag, wouldn’t you?

Alexander Tan, Founder and CEO, shared his vision for the new dining experience: “VeganBurg has always been about making sustainable a delicious experience. We want to champion a fast-casual dining experience based on burgers that can be widely enjoyed with the people you love, in a place that makes you feel very much at home.”

So, my dear readers, if your taste buds are tingling for a culinary adventure that’s both delicious and conscientious, VeganBurg’s doors are wide open. Who said saving the world couldn’t be tasty?


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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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