$20 for $40 Worth of Food and Drink at Relish
- Wide comfort food menu including pastas, soups, fish fillet
- Top-shelf burger meat
- Open and vibrant space
- Historical shophouse location
Call 6763 1547 for reservation.
Astronaut cooks have made numerous attempts to wrangle hamburgers into space-ready meals, from dehydrated-pickle discs to vacuum-sealed burger bottles. Enjoy what our starry-eyed brethren never can with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of food and drinks at Relish.
Serving up sizeable saucers of carbohydrate-blessed meat patties, Relish derives its claim to fame from quality burger meat made from chuck, shin and rib-eye with no unnecessary fillers. Meat lovers will adore the Bacon & Cheese Beef Burger which has juicy beef and crispy streaky bacon thrust forcefully between toasted buns and liberally doused with dripping emmental cheese ($15.50), while adrenaline junkies will get their pulse racing with the Blue Cheese & William Pear Beef Burger with bleu auvergne, poached pear and walnut-peanut butter ($16.80), or the delectable BBQ Char Siew Pork Open Burger ($18). Give your jaw a break from chewing by washing the burger bolus down with icy gourmet beers (from $11), paired to suit your chomper. Young nippers or recovering alcoholics may channel Pulp Fiction with a thick-as-molassess milkshake (from $9).
If blitzing through noggin-sized stackers lack appeal, Relish leaves no taste bud unturned with the addition of pastas, soups, fish fillets, curries and braises to its extensive palate. Rally the health-conscious troops to devour the Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Breast & Rocket ($19.50), or be a local junkie with popular Hae Bee Hiam Spaghettini ($16.80). Plonked amidst the bountiful foliage of the Botanical Gardens, Relish bangs out addictively gut-busting nosh with no apology, least of all to your waistline.
“On my first visit, I tried the “Ram-Lee” burger while S had the bacon cheese burger. I enjoyed mine tremendously. The egg was done perfectly and the burger patty was thick and juicy. S must have liked hers too because before I even noticed, she was licking her fingers and her burger had disappeared. With our burgers, we enjoyed a bowl of excellent onion rings and a couple of Mocha milkshakes. And, to my great relief, the burgers were all served with fries.” - Chubby Hubby Review
“The one that really hit the U-Spot (Umami Spot) that afternoon was ironically, the Char Siew Burger which was not really a burger, neither was it really Char Siew. (At least in my books.) It was an open sandwich topped with a luscious melt in your mouth piece of pork soft bone. Not very pretty to look at but it does amazing things to your taste buds.” – ieatishootipost Review
“My pick for the day, without a happy dilemma, was the Blue Cheese and William Pear Beef Burger. The generous slab of beef patty was succulent and basically, a chunk of pure, medium-rare quality beef that makes for unadulterated chomping. It was sandwiched between the bleu auvergne (blue cheese), which provided enough highlights without being overly pronounced and juicy poached pear slices." - Hungrygowhere Review
“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!” – Lady Iron Chef Review
“You’re not going to get ho-hum cheeseburgers here. Known for its quirky, over-the-top burgers, Relish has made a name for itself with established favorites such as the soft bone pork charsiew open burger; Ram-Lee burger; and Wild Rocket burger with sun-dried tomato relish and black pepper cream. If you’d like to go easy on the beef, there’s also a selection of pastas and salads to choose from.” – I-S Asia Review