Food review: Mojo Burps burgers and beer at 364 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437123

If you are looking for an unpretentious spot for some craft beers and burgers, Mojo Burps at Katong is the place for you. Coffeeshop by day (like those that sell fried noodles), gastrobar by night, I was pleasantly surprised to find out how much the place had to offer! I am so glad to try this place out, because I can definitely see myself returning for their delicious food and beer after work!

The owner of Mojo Burps was actually a really entrepreneurial guy who decided to strike it out on his own after working for others after many years. No reason for the name Mojo Burps, he said, but it sounded like something you'll be feeling after having some good craft beers and powerful food. Indeed!

Prices are very very reasonable. The steak for example, comes from Culina or Swiss Butchery, but is selling for $20. What a steal. Something like that could easily cost $35 somewhere else. So don't think because it's cheap, that it isn't good. Same goes for the rest of the burgers and food. 

Me and my colleague enjoyed a craft beer each. The yumeshu beer was really light and refreshing while my ginger BEER was great for helping me digest the food. Prices range from $10 onwards, and there are also some beers on tap.

Then came an avalanche of food. Firstly, the delightfully battered Spam Fries ($$8.90) - so sinful, but so good especially with beer.

We also had some Jalepeno poppers ($7.90) and fried chicken wings ($7.90 for 6 mid-joints). Both are pretty alright, though I wouldn't say out of this world. Perhaps the buffalo wings will do better. 

For the curious, the Jalepeno Popper is actually called such because there's cheese stuffing in them. And it really wasn't spicy at all.

The superstar of the night has to be the Ribeye 250g Cubed Steak ($19.90) though. It came with some tater tots and greens, but the steak was so perfectly executed. Plus its already cut up so it's perfect for sharing and easy eating!

It was SO JUICY. Unbelievable. Looking at this is making my stomach growl. Photo courtesy of Ms @Spoiltbytes

We also tried a couple of burgers. First up was the Pattaya Pork ($11.90) which used to be a Special item but turned out to be such a hit it became a mainstay. The omelette was light and not dry, and wrapped around a fresh pork patty. All the best flavours from the ingredients burst out.

For those who like their beef, there's also the Breakfast Beef Burger ($13.90) which had a sunny side up egg, bacon,  cheese, portobello mushroom and of course a juicy beef patty. With the curly fries and greens you're better off having this than MOS burger, for example.

I was sooo full after all the eating, but truly enjoyed myself! Better than Aston's or any other Western food place.

I really liked this place for all their food and combination with the huge variety of craft beers at affordable prices.  Even more so, the casual laid back ambience of dining alfresco in the East which is very relaxing. Food tastes better that way, I'm sure. Be sure to check out Mojo Burps when you are in the area!

Mojo Burps
364 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437123
Tues - Sun 5pm to 12am
Closed on Mondays

Thanks to Mojo Burps for the invite!

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