MyBurgerLab Is Releasing Its "Smelliest" Burger Again So Singapore Won't Claim It's Theirs

Strong flavour, even stronger humour.

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First, it was Cendol. Then, it was Yee Sang.

Singapore has been notorious for claiming Malaysian food as their own. So, myBurgerLab decided to bring back its "smelliest" burger that our neighbours won't copy... Hopefully.

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For a limited time only, myBurgerLab will be releasing its sambal petai and blue cheese burger, dubbed as the 'Stinkbomb'

The juicy beef patty is topped with sambal petai, blue cheese dressing, and a grilled pineapple that cuts through each of the flavours. 

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For those who want a hint of the petai and blue cheese flavours, try the chicken version – 'Hook, Line, & Stinker'. Your taste buds will thank you.

The 'Hook, Line, & Stinker' has the crispiest chicken on earth. However, we personally feel that the pungent flavours are not as strong compared to the Stinkbomb.

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You can get your stink on at all myBurgerLab outlets from 5 to 17 March, so lock it down in your calendars!

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The popular burger joint has always had the wittiest responses to Singaporeans:

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