Brunch out with your pup at Three Buns Quayside this weekend

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    Three Buns Quayside

    Hang out with your dog this weekend at Three Buns Quayside, where pups are not only welcome at the restaurant but also get to enjoy a fantastic treat for free.

    And we’re not talking about just any treat, your dog gets to enjoy premium unseasoned Angus beef patties — with your order of burger or dawg (sausages). ‘Cos like you, your pup deserves the best.

    Three Buns Quayside is Potato Head Family’s latest opening in Singapore boasting a burger and cocktail concept. The burgers here are cooked to order and made from scratch, using grass-fed Australian beef. Each patty comes in a hearty 150g portion, made from two prime cuts and simply seasoned with only kosher salt so you can taste the meat’s natural flavours.

    Three Buns Quayside Burger

    Brunch, is also available on weekends (11am-4pm) and includes staples like buttermilk pancakes in sweet or savoury options as well as the good ol’ breakfast chicken-sausage burger. Prices range from $14-$21 for the brunch.

    The restaurant is also well-known for its sausage buns which come with either smoked chicken sausage or premium beef franks. Choose from options like ‘Phife Dawg’ ($15) consisting of hot chilli beef with smoked cheese and watermelon relish served on toasted matcha bun or ‘D.O. Double G’ ($12), served with miso mustard and crisp onions on a roasted butter bun. Kick it up a notch with a boozy milkshake or heady tropical cocktail. The Monkey Shoulder-infused banana based ‘3 Monkeys’ milkshake is a popular choice.

    Three Buns Quayside is helmed by Chef Adam, who was previously in the kitchens of some of London’s most fashionable restaurants, namely Lonsdale and Chinawhite.

    Check out Three Bun’s menu here.

    Three Buns Quayside

    60 Robertson Quay, #01-01

    Singapore 238252

    Tel: 6909 7838

    Opening hours: Tue-Fri (5pm-12am), Sat & Sun (10am-12am), closed on Mondays

    Check out the Three Buns Quayside website here.

     

     

     

     

     

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