Friday, August 22, 2008

Hotshots Burger @ Lau Pa Sat

Was tempted to eat this because Southernoise sent me a link in my FB inbox few days ago. It so happened that last night, a few friends wanted supper and we went to Lau Pa Sat. Aha. Time for me to try the Hotshots Burger.

Have seen this stall, but have never ordered from it. I usually will order the CKT from its neighbour instead. No CKT today. It's burger day. (or rather night.)

Not sure of which burger to eat, I asked the lady at the counter. She said try this. So, I had the Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. With real Bleu Cheese.

After ordering and paying. I was given this card. I had to wait for my burger. It told me why I needed to wait too. LOL

The guy that was packing my burger did it with so much care. It's so neat too!
This is it, back on my seat.

After carefully opened it, this is what I saw. Oh, the smell of the bleu cheese. Either you like it or you hate it. People beside me could smell it immediately!

The bun was really soft. The meat was juicy. You need lots of serviettes or better still, prepare to come here with 'wet ones', because the juice will be dripping. Enough said. You try it and let me know.

p/s I think it is Ice's favourite burger? by her description in HGW ;-)

Hotshots Burger
Stall 76 Lau Pa Sat Festival Market
18 Raffles Quay
Singapore 048582

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red fir said...

Oh they are serving chicken burger now? There was only cow before!

haha I actually blogged about it before. :) I haven't eaten enough burgers to say this is my favorite. But by far it's the cheapest and nicest one around! Try the beef next time. :)

Unknown said...

Wah. So fast!
I will try the moo moo stuff next time. I ate the chook because the lady recommends it.

DwD said...

looks very yummeh! i once went to lau pa sat and saw this stall but too bad it was closed.

backStreetGluttons said...

impressively different Spore , as usual

Kenny Mah said...

ice: "There was only cow before!"

Funniest. Line. Ever. LOL

And I love juicy burgers! None of the usual reheated-to-death crap! :)

SteamyKitchen said...

love that they make it fresh on the spot. better than sitting under the heater waiting for customers.

Camemberu said...

I LOVE Blue Cheese!!! But hubby says he's tried this chain in the Philippines and hates it. So he won't eat it here either. But that only means there's a high chance I will like it, cos our tastebuds are completely opposite! :D

southernoise said...

hur hur hur... damn you're fast!

ok we need to eat this ASAP. let see... when when when? I think I'll pop by there tomorrow!

fatboybakes said...

wow, so classy, burgers with blue cheese. they look divine btw, them burgers. love blue cheese with burgers!!! what a great idea.

HairyBerry said...

ah, i remember fbb talking about blue cheese burger.

ok, must find time after work to go and try already! and that sakura chicken as well..hehe

Unknown said...

What a bummer right? When you are there and it is closed. Don't worry, there's so many other stalls there! ;-)

I am sure on one of the back street in KL, there's one. Don't be surprised!

I suddenly think of Ramly Burger. They are made fresh too. Oooo...

That would also mean we got to wait. LOL. Not for the impatient. :-)

I wonder if there's one made from Camembert cheese! That would be a burger named after you.

Maybe you can try and see if your hubby would like the one in Sg. hehe.

You are the one who tempted me. ;-p

You will offer one of those delicious cakes you have with blue cheese soon? :-)

You miss the sakura chicken already? When's the claypot rice thingy??? ;-)

fatboybakes said...

haham keropokman, bluecheese has suchhh a limited following, i fear if i made a cake with it, i'll be eating it all alone...

Unknown said...

Cup cake versions? :-)

Unknown said...

i tried this in Jakarta at senayan city mall in 2007. the beef patty is really juicy but i remembered it was really pricy, costs around $12 for a set meal.

btw, which church do u go to?

Unknown said...


I go to Glory Presbyterian Church.

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