It all started when she showed me a few Instagram pictures of Potato Head Folk. Then we looked at the menu.
Truff Ryder? Krabby Patty? Sold. Let’s go.
Okay, in all honest, we tried to go to a vegan place but it was Sunday and when we got there we found out it was closed.
Oh NO I guess we’ll just HAVE to go get some burgers!
Let me explain to you a little bit about Potato Head Folk. It has four floors, all different. The first is the Three Buns Kitchen, the most casual section for burgers and cocktails by the street.
The second floor is the Three Buns Dining Kitchen. The same menu with more table seating.
The decor is super funky (sorry, that’s literally the only word I can think to describe it. Quirky?)
Although that’s where Jecinda and I were eating, I climbed up the staircase to show you the rest of the place. Aren’t I an angel?
The third floor is the Studio 1939 Lounge, for more of a classy evening vibe. No burgers up in here.
Last of all, the Rooftop Garden.
SO cool and chilled. Great to bring a bunch of friends in the afternoon.
Okay, back to our unplanned burger dinner.
We were both so freaking excited.
Jecinda ordered the Bare Roots Cola. It’s an all natural cola made from lavender, coriander seed, vanilla, cinnamon, star anise, ginger and citrus zest.
Absolutely nothing bad in it and it tasted delicious. I thought this was the coolest thing in the world.
I couldn’t resist the cocktail list, and went for a Disco Daiquiri. It was SO good, but I was being a pussy and not in the mood for alcohol (okay it was pretty strong as well, at least for me) and I thought about how good it’d be without the alcohol.
When did I start having these kinds of thoughts? The alcohol wasn’t mixed in properly, so I started sipping the surface where it was all virgin and delicious.
I had to order the Wing-Its. The chicken gods were calling to me.
“Crispy, fall off the bone, twice cooked chicken wings, scallions & smokey BBQ sauce.”
Then, possibly the best chips I’ve ever had.
Naughty Fries – Spiced béarnaise, hot beef chilli, crispy shallots, parmesan and sesame seeds.
There were so many burgers and all of them just sounded delicious. I was basically drooling over each description. This menu was just amazing.
Jecinda likes it haaaat, so she got The Burning Man which was prime beef patty with smoked cheese, roasted jalapeno relish, hot ketchup and dashi mayo in a wholemeal bun.
I really struggled in deciding. I was going towards the Truff Ryder (hello wagyu beef patty with pan-seared foie gras, black truffle and four cheeses) until I realised it was double the price of the other burgers. Ugh, next time I’ll come more prepared.
Instead, I went for the Honky-Tonk. Buttermilk fried chicken, coleslaw, lettuce, pickles, ‘Big Poppa Hot Sauce’ (lololol) and den miso mayo in a sesame seed bun. It reminded me a little of Spit and Roast and I got excited.
Need I tell you how freaking good it was? Double patty of chicken. Just stare and drool.
I alternated evenly between burger bites, chicken and chips. Jeez the chicken gods were really calling me tonight, hey?
If you’re my friend and reading this post, you know if you ever visit me in Singapore I’ll be taking you here. We can eat burgers and celebrate all that is good in the world, also known as Naughty Fries.