Relish: The infamously tiny relish burgers

Relish by Wild Rocket is a gourmet burger restaurant that aims to serve the best burgers in Singapore.

I never knew burgers could be so photogenic, they were dead gorgeous; there’s the sexy Williams, the hunky seafood mayo, the boy-next-door Ram-lee, the popular wild rocket, the sweetie bacon & cheese, and the macho char siew. The galaxy of stars (burgers), roll the red carpet!

The guest appearance of the tomato relish brought another dimension to the taste. And while the emmental cheese was good, if I could have my way, I would put double cheese, one on the top of the patty and the other beneath.

Crackle, crunch, crisp-cross. The crispy streaky bacon were the contrast to the beef patty. With so much ingredients packed together; the lettuces dropping, the melted cheese flowing down the patty, the tomato relish flying all over, and the bacon strips not staying in place – it was a messy affair. The bacon & Cheese beef burger ($18 for 180g)

There were bound to be comparisons among them, the signature Wild Rocket beef burger ($17 for 180g) was slightly tougher than the rest, with charred surface on the patty. There was no exotic ingredients, or any fancy name; just a very good beef burger.

The wannabe. This was surely how the rest eyed it; borne with the almost-alike name, and with its destiny tightly bound to the famous street side Ramly burger. This was a bold makeover, the upper east side ramly, Ram-lee beef burger ($19 for 180g).

The patty, ah, the heart and soul of the burger; it was done more tender and juicy than the cheese & bacon burger, but, this was not a ramly burger. The ramly burger, the real deal, was more generous with their sweet chili sauce. And the omelette wasn’t done to my liking; it was flimsy, and lacking in the egg taste. It was a pity really, for all the promises, it wasn’t shiok enough.

The blue cheese & William pear beef burger ($19 for 180g) was destined for stardom; the wonderfully-toned body, the rocket hair, and the sliced poached William pear. Oh-my! The walnut butter which was beneath the 180g of beef patty was crunchy, and the poached pears gave a different definition to burgers. However, the blue cheese taste was sorely missing, and that’s the only thing that prevented an Oscar.

The seafood burger lemon mayo definitely looked way smaller than the last time I’ve it, and the lemon mayo was also notably lesser. This one, was from the sea: crab, fish, prawns, octopus mixed together to form the patty.

Honey, they shrink the burger!

Oh-oh-oh, this was good. In fact good alone probably did not do any justice to the burger. Resting on a bed of homemade foccacia, the char siew soft-bone pork was absolutely delicious! The balance of the lean meat with the chewy pork tendons, it was perfect; how did they came up with the BBQ char siew pork open burger ($18 for 180g), it was mind-blowing!

And I was greedy, I took a few more bite while the rest wasn’t looking. Good stuff like this, it’s all right to be greedy. It’s mine, and mine alone!

And we chose two desserts to go along, first up was the pandan-infused panna cotta with gula melaka ($9). A fusion creation: the Western dessert with the favourite Asian ingredients.

I preferred the roasted black sesame puree with vanilla ice cream ($8) to the pandan panna cotta. It was a pity not trying their signature cheese cake though, it had firmly took a place in my heart ever since I had it last time.

For the six of us, we ordered four burgers from the ala carte menu, with the other two burgers and desserts coming from the two-course set lunch ($24). Relish ought to have some of the most pretty burgers around, and we finished all the fries too! The burger however, could be bigger: the infamously tiny Relish burgers.

And I’ve learnt that the old ala carte brunch menu from Wild rocket is available at Relish.

Read my fellow food blogger review:
Nic @ Black tie white lie here
Leroy @ Hungrycow here
Evan @ Bossacafez here
Julia @ Aromacookery here
Phil @ Singapura Daily makan photo here

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wow. i’ve been dying to try relish……………………………..

now i wanna try even more…………….

Ah let’s not call them small… maybe a sexier, sassier “petite” burgers? Or burgerettes? That may sound too precious even for my taste… but one bite, a slender lil nibble… and one realises Heaven comes in all sizes… ;)

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The burgers are definitely photogenic, we’ve tried capturing burgers from Subway, McD and Ramlee, they all look soggy and run down. perhaps it was wrapped up for some time.

The burgers look delicious, but many are beef, which I don’t take. Would love to try the seafood burger.

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layla: When? Go this weekend! haha. If you still have room after going to relish, head down to Smoking frog kitchen which is also at Bukit timah for more burger!

Eugy: Hello thank you for making your way here! thanks :)

Keropokman: haha yeah the char siew one!!

noobcook: LOL! no la, if they ugly no matter how i shoot also cannot look good one, they are photogenic. heh

LFB: wow is there really such a word burgerettes? it makes the whole burger sounds even nicer. lol! yeah but for petite size, it isn’t very light on the pocket. ha

Sugar bean: lol! that’s an idea, to blog about fast food. haha. MacDonald they come up wrapped, so yeah it becomes soggy and not nice. Ah, most of the burgers come in beef!

yeah i heard about smokin frogz! but hahaha cannot la, i cannot afford to splurge now. saving up!! going TOKYO! wooo.

yeah! i’ve heard that smok’inn frogz kitchen at bukit timah has one of the best burgers around. will want to try those one day.

anyway, back to the burgers. relish’s are somewhere between sliders and a good-sized burger. i guess “burgerettes” is an appropriate name. :P

am going to seah street deli to sample their famous american angmoh nosh this tuesday. can’t wait!

layla: aiyoh, smoking frog burger is only 12 bucks, no extra charges, just 12 dollar nett! cheaper than Relish, and the burger is bigger too. heh

Shihui: haha you should, i didn’t get a good shot of the burger when i went there last time, probably will go during lunch next time to do better justice to it. heh. Ah seah street deli is quite famous for their huge burgers too.

Ffichiban: HAHA the burgers look very photogenic right? I feel hungry looking at the photos i took. lol! yeah the char siew one is to-die-for :)

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