Yeah, there's nothing like banding together with people who are in the same shoes for comfort and strength. I like that the League met up quite a few times the week that our dear comrade passed on. That Friday, two eastern warriors made the arduous journey to the west....with no pig, no monkey and no monk.
Finally reaching our destination, we met up with fellow pugilistic members for a trade of blows and weaponry.
The hamehhameh-ah finishing moove was deadly and drew much stares.
Packed with a juicy 200g Aussie striploin patty, a sizable portobello mushroom, crispy bacon, cheese, tomato, lettuce, onion, BBQ sauce and mayonnaise, this highly-regarded punch called The De Burg ($18.50) would bowl over most foes with less than four stomachs. Both the patty and the mushroom were juicy with a nice beefy flavour.
For those with smaller capacities but still seeking to learn kung fu, the Italian Pork Burger ($9.50 for 100g patty) with its Aussie pork patty, mozzarella, Italian pork pepperoni, lettuce and pizza sauce would do the trick nicely.
Masters who enjoy sacrificial lambs can opt for the Boring Lamb ($10 for 100g patty) which looks almoost exactly like the above, I kid you not. It has quite a rich lamb flavour that true brute opponents would favour.
Accompanying the above burgers were sidekicks- 1 for the 100g patty burgers, 2 for the 200g patty burgers. Choose wisely from Fries, Salad (with vinegar and olive oil) and Tater Tots (mini hushbrown puffs).
With all the action going around the table, we could not have left out liquid qi. A neighbouring stall in the same tea house (ok ok, kopitiam) sells Archipelago beers at just $7.50 per pint. KO.
Here's to you buddy, and to better days ahead. :)
Opens: Tuesday to Sunday: 11.30am-3pm, 6.30pm-9pm
Closes: Every Monday and last Tuesday of the month
Chew On This: Order the Italian Pork Burger and you might just be smacked with a surprise upgrade of the pepperoni to an Iberico version. A little pigeon whispered to us that this free upgrade is randomly picked.