Vegan burger chain ‘VeganBurg’ has launched a sunny-side-up vegan fried egg for its burgers, which is the first of its kind in Singapore.
The limited edition vegan fried egg will be part of the menu in honour of the holiday Hari Raya.
The burger, named the Rasa Sayang Burg, has been launched one month before Hari Raya, which is the Singaporean name for the festival of Eid.
VeganBurg says that the burger “captures the joy of the festive season and evokes warm memories of celebration with friends and family.”
The burger uses southeast Asian flavours, and consists of a chick’n protein base topped with a vegan sunny-side-up egg, lettuce, cucumber slices, caramelized onions, vegan aioli, and kampong samba sauce, all sandwiched together between two wholemeal hamburger buns.
Alex Tan, the founder of VeganBurg, states: “Celebrating diversity is a big part of what we do at VeganBurg and the Rasa Sayang Burg is the perfect tribute to Singapore’s diverse multi-cultural food heritage. For many, we’re certain that the Rasa Sayang Burg will bring to their delight a familiar taste of Southeast Asia.”
The vegan fried egg will only be temporary, and can be found at the Singapore outlet of VeganBurg for two months.
As a fan of the VeganBurg outlet in Singapore, it is fantastic to see Singapore becoming more vegan friendly and creative with the food that they serve.