Burger King recently opened the first Whopper Bar in Singapore on 17 September 2009. The Whopper Bar restaurant is located at Blk 3B, River Valley Road, #01-06, Clarke Quay (beside The Arena Live) and operates daily from 12pm to 3am. Being the first Whopper Bar in Asia Pacific and the third in the world (after Orlando and Munich), I just have to check it out and my schedule allows so on a Thursday evening.
Burger King‘s new Whopper Bar offers Whoppers, Double Whoppers and other specialty burgers with 22 different toppings to choose from. Also, the most important point to note is that they do serve beer in the restaurant. With every value meal, you just need to top-up another S$2 for a Tiger Beer or S$3 for a Heineken 330ml.
A pretty different approach to the regular fast-food styled Burger King restaurants in Singapore, the Whopper Bar comes decorated as a trendy and contemporary bar-like look and feel. It’s probably a 2 storey restaurant as I do see stairs going up but at that time, the stairway was blocked by some chairs.
Waiting at the side to collect my orders. The whole bar is basically covered with flames design, probably promoting and strengthening it’s flame-grilled specialty.
A signage beside the collection point.
The Luscious Tendergrill (Chicken) S$6.95.
My Double Mushroom Swiss with Heineken 330ml. First time having beer while eating BK burgers. Interesting experience!
The Whopper Bar restaurant is also Wi-Fi and iPods enabled. Ambiance is pretty good as well! I will definitely come back again and blog from here in the future! 🙂
The view of the ordering counter from where I was seated. The crowd is pretty bare, probably because it’s a weekday evening and also might be due to the fact that not much peeps are aware of this new concept Burger King restaurant that was recently opened in Clarke Quay.
While leaving the Whopper Bar after we had our meal, I noticed a flaming BK signage together with phase “Man Discovered Fire for a Reason”.
We left Whopper Bar and went to take a walk around Clarke Quay, looking out for places to continue with some drinks. After 10mins of wandering around, we decided against it as we still need to work the next day. So we left after I took a photo of the Riverside Point (from Clarke Quay), one of my favourite food and drinks hunt as well.
Photos on this blog post are taken on Panasonic DMC-LX3K 10.1MP Digital Camera.