What’s Smoking Hot and Refreshingly Cold at Wildfire Burgers


Behold the Rattlesnake Burger !

Can you take the heat? Those who love their spice will rejoice in Wildfire Burgers’ recently unveiled Rattlesnake Burger, which will have diners steaming after a few bites.

While the burger features a generously sized, juicy, 120-day grain-fed beef patty, the real star is the Carolina Reaper, aka the hottest chili pepper sauce in the world as declared by the Guinness World Records. This deadly hot sauce scores up to 2,200,000 on the Scoville scale, which is at least 10 times hotter than Chilli Padi (Bird’s eye chili).


It’s not just about the heat though because as with all Wildfire burgers, flavour is key and the Rattlesnake is no exception. Adding zing to the chilli hotness are sun-dried tomatoes, chipotle aioli, beer-caramelised onions, cheddar cheese, butterhead lettuce and Wildfire’s master sauce between its signature brioche buns. All that for just $26.

The regular Rattlesnake already has a good kick to it but the real hardcore “chilli heads” can opt to double up on the heat for an extra $3.

Newest Ice Cold Craft Beers in Town !


For the first time in Singapore, Japan’s much sought after craft beers Yona Yona (Pale Ale), Tokyo Black (Porter) and Wednesday Cat (Belgian White Ale) are all available on tap at Wildfire Burgers.

Brewed in the award-winning Yo-Ho Brewing Company, based in Nagano, Japan, these fabulous beers are only available while stocks last. Don’t miss out and enjoy them at only $12 a pint.

Wildfire Burgers is open Mondays to Thursdays from 10am to 10.30pm and Fridays to Sundays from 8.30am to 10.30pm.

Wildfire opened its doors on 29 January 2015, with the promise of an outstanding eating experience of discovery through premium Wagyu, grain-fed and dry-aged beef burgers and off-cut steaks. It also houses over 60 craft beers direct from Japan and the US, including leading Japanese label Hitachino and American label Deschutes. The restaurant is equipped with a state-of-the-art INKA charcoal grill oven and all meats are cooked over Japanese Binchotan charcoal to accentuate their unique flavours.


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