Father’s Day is this weekend, and we all want to treat our supporting and loving dad right. If you are still fretting over the right choice of gift, then you need to READ ON!
Only recently established, Half Pound burger and Bar Grill has already been a hot favourite among locals.
Nestled along Purvis Street, this place focuses on burgers (hence the name), and if Dad is a fan of beef patties, steaks and whatnot, all the more you need to take him there!!
We managed to pop by this week, and here is the review of what we have sampled:
Choice of salad/soup, main course and drink
I usually do not choose mushroom soup from the menu due to its commonness, but this bowl of soup was quite well executed.
Topped with croutons and garnished with spring onions, this soup was lovingly made by the chef. It did not taste like the regular ones poured from a can. As an added bonus, the soup comes with generous chunks of mushrooms to add to its creamy texture.
Petite Half Pound Burger
Don’t be fooled by its name though, this burger may be called “petite”, but the flavours sure pack a PUNCH.
The tender and succulent beef patty carried a smoky aftertaste, complementing the bacon and cheddar for that meaty, greasy taste that all meat-lovers lust for.
For its price, the steak that I had was worth your buck. The meat was tender, and the layer of fat was juicy and TOTALLY ON POINT.
A hearty burger dish is only complete with craft beer by its side. For an extra touch this Fathers’ Day, treat dad to imported beer from Germany and the States.
From its menu, Half Pound offers Maisel’s Weisse ($9 for half pint, $12 for full pint), and 8 Ball Stout ($12 for full pint).
The former was refreshing and light, while the stout was smooth and easy to drink.