Is it just me, or are the prices of fast food really high these days? In fact, I don't even touch the Golden M outside NTU (much cheaper on campus). Then again, with so many fast food brands emerging these days and the type of premium quality they promised, I don't see no reasons either. And what's a better way to find out if they are worth my money than trying them out!
Superdog was one of the earlier new brands in the fast food market, opening their first outlet when Vivocity started operations. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the company seemed to be a homegrown local and not an overseas franchise? Somehow I never ate there over the years and so we finally visited the 313 Somerset outlet!
Ice Lemon Tea
I think more fast food places are putting in efforts to shift away from the conventional syrup drinks, and this is one good example. Very similar to Carl's Junior version, the one here was refreshing and light, suitably sweetened with a natural lemon taste.
French Fries, Onion Rings ($1.00 top-up for meal)
For our two sides, both the thick fluffy fries and diced rings were pretty well done, served with a crunch on the outside and piping hot fillings.
Grilled Fish Burger ($7.00 with meal) with extra sunny side up ($0.50), Bacon Lovers Burger ($8.00 with meal)
A rather good choice by the girlfriend, the fish fillet was juicy with a slight herb marinate as the buns soaked up the runny yolk. I didn't have a particular craving for hot dogs and beef burgers that night, so opted for the bacon instead. It was too hardened for my liking (somehow I was already expecting that), though redemption points came from the juicy onions slices.
Bill for two was $16.50 nett, Superdog had reasonably good items though my burger wasn't really satisfying. I foresee myself coming back for their signature hot dogs!
Superdog #B3-21/22 313@Somerset Other outlets at Downtown East, Vivocity and White Sands