Rendang Beef Value Meal – S$7.95
- Apparently, you can swap for chicken
- Swapped fries for Onion rings +S$0.40
- Swapped drink for Iced Green Tea +S$0.40
- Added Taro Turnover for +S$1
- Total of S$9.75
The Rendang burger has been in rotation in and out of the Burger King menu since 2011.
Dissecting the Burger
Onions, 2 beef patties, good amount of rendang sauce (more dripped to the plate and packaging).
And then nothing else on the bottom. A very simple burger.
Reviewing the Burger
Rendang is sweet, and slightly nutty – almost like a combination of satay and rendang sauce. Mildy spicy. Tastes great in combination with the beef patty and onions. In fact, pairing with the beef brings out more of the nutty flavour, and I’m not even sure why. It is also lightly spicy, with a spiciness that doesn’t hit immediately, but instead lingers and isn’t spicy enough to sweat.
Of course, this isn’t authentic, but this is delicious.
Onion rings, as with many fast food items are hit and miss in terms of quality. Sometimes you get a crispy outer layer that is perfect, sometimes you don’t. I seemed to have gotten a below average batch, which is made worse by having it take away.
Pairing the onion rings with Burger King’s chilli sauce, which I found to be plasticky and artificial, does not taste good at all. I quickly opted for the remaining rendang sauce instead.
On a side note, McDonald’s Singapore pretty much has the best sauces for fast food restaurants in Singapore with their curry sauce, chilli garilc sauce that there is almost no comparison.
Taro turnover is a bit on the sweeter side, and I felt that more yam flavour would be appreciated. But overall, for S$1, it is okay.
Rating for Rendang Burger
I rate food based on how far I am willing to travel, as well as whether I think the price I paid for it justifies it. You can read more about why here.
A short walk is what I am willing to travel for this.
I got everything that I expected from this.
But I’m just a fat boi… What do other people think?
GoodyFeed thought that the rendang burger is a must-order.
EatBook Life is not complete without eating local food in a burger form.
TravellingMcds reviewed an old version of the burger, but thought that while it is good, it is too expensive