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This Fried Tandoori Chicken Burger At Bugis Is So Sedap, You Eat One Time Confirm Not Enough!

When it comes to burgers hor, the classic American version is usually the one that comes to mind right? However, with the incredible diversity of cuisines we have in Singapore, it’s no surprise to find unique and sedap fusions. If you’re ever at Bugis, Mahmud’s Tandoor is just the spot to head to for their super shiok Fried Tandoori Chicken Burger!

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Mahmud’s Tandoor At Curbside Crafters

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Helmed by husband-and-wife duo Siraj and Syirah, Mahmud’s Tandoor first started as a home-based business selling their unique Tandoori burgers and tasty chicken wings. As their popularity boomed until big big, they expanded by opening a booth at Artbox Singapore before setting up their current brick-and-mortar stall at Curbside Crafters in Bugis. Power sia!

Eh fun fact, Siraj was previously working at Singapore’s digital content company SGAG while Syirah was a primary school special needs teacher. Pursuing their dreams, they made a garang move of quitting their jobs to run Mahmud’s Tandoor full-time. So brave… so brave.

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As their current stall space like small only, the Indian-Pakistani couple uses a convection oven and deep fryer instead of the traditional tandoor (clay oven) to cook their meats. Eh wait, before anyone make noise ah, this results in juicier and more tender meat hor.

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Though available for dine-in, there are only around 25 seats, with makeshift tables spread across a back alley outside, inside Cursibe Crafters, and upstairs as well. Small, but still cozy lah.

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Offering only dua (two) burgers on their menu – The OG Tandoori Burger and Crispydoori Burger, both are priced at $12 each. If your stomach still got space hor, you can opt for the set served with either Masala Fries ($15) or Loaded Fries ($17). Other sides are available as well like their Wing Drum Hota Hai ($8.50) featuring six tandoori-spiced mid-joint wings and drumlets.

To complete the American-Asian fusion experience some more, slushies are offered in local flavours like their popular Chai Peng Slush ($5) and Bandung Slush ($5).

Crispydoori Burger With Loaded Fries ($17)

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If you think this one look like nice only, wait till you start eating it, people. The Crispydoori Burger features a fried chicken thigh patty marinated with tandoori spices, harissa mayo, and sliced cheddar that’s sandwiched between two fluffy brioche buns.

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This burger is absolutely bussin. Crispy, tender, and succulent, the spices shine through in each bite without overpowering the other flavours, such as the cheese. The harissa mayo gives the perfect blend of tanginess and heat without being too spicy. So don’t worry and be happy while eating this ok!

You got eat McDonald’s? Reminiscent of their McSpicy, think of the Crispydoori burger as an elevated version with spices and a layer of tanginess.

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Their loaded fries are no simple simple fries also, served with harissa mayo, tangy mint yogurt, and diced tandoori chicken. Sounds good right omg… The thick-cut fries are crispy and fluffy, with the mint sauce cutting through some of the heat while adding a layer of creaminess. Then hor, when you eat everything together right, each bite is greeted with an explosion of flavours and textures. It’s so sedap!

Chai Peng Slush ($5)

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Creamy and refreshing, the Chai Peng Slush is basically an ice-blended milk tea, but with a hint of chai. It has a mild sweetness as well, making it a bit healthy lah.

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Hurry Try Mahmud’s Tandoor Today!

Overall ah, Mahmud’s Tandoor is definitely a step up from your typical American burger sia, offering a local flare while still being incredibly sedap. As the dishes do get heavy after a while, we recommend coming in groups to share share and enjoy a variety of dishes. Cepat and hurry down for a taste today!

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Address: 730 North Bridge Rd, Curbside Crafters, Singapore 198698

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 12pm to 8.30pm

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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