Protected content , an established German Burger Grill and Bar originated from Munich, has chosen Singapore as part of their first international expansion plan.
The restaurant offers a cozy curated dining space filled with lush greenery and natural lighting.
I was particularly impressed with their floor to ceiling birch tree trunks (they mentioned imported from Germany) which mocked up the ambiance of dining in the woods.
Burgers are their forte, and they serve up an extensive menu of beef, chicken, vegetarian and vegan burgers priced from $14 onward.
I liked that customers were given the option to choose our choice of bread from Sourdough, Multigrain or go Naked – without the bun.
Friends who are on a carb-free diet would probably be pleased to hear that.
Being a meat-lover, I was recommended the Protected content Burger ($17) which came with Parmesan cheese, Parma ham, rocket leaves and balsamic glaze.
The overall combination tasted quite hearty, but I could use a stronger balsamic dressing.
Generally, their rendition of European burgers turned out to be healthier than what I expected.
A difference to American-style burgers which are usually more greasy and ‘sinful’ due to the amount of cheese and sauces used.
I found their beef patties slightly tough from being over-cooked.
So I inquired with the staff and understand that they ONLY do their beef well-done.
Their Sweet Potato Fries ($9) also left an impression.
While sweet potato fries is nothing new, this rendition came light and airy with an extra crispy exterior.
On a side note, their daily lunch set is available from 11am till 5pm.
The set comes with a burger of choice, a side, a thirst quencher and a hot beverage, which only requires a nominal top-up of $5 on the burger price.
Also if you are too full from the meal, they will issue you with a lucky gold coin for you to redeem your hot beverage on your next visit.
I applaud them for their thoughtfulness and would probably return for the relaxing ambiance over a couple of booze.
Sorry, but you are not allowed to join this Activity Group!
We are afraid that you cannot join, because the Consuls have limited access to this Activity Group.
If you would like to explore other InterNations Activities in your Local Community, please have a look at this overview page.