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  1. twirly
     09 Jan 2009 at 11:04 am

    I've tried the beef chilli cheese fries. It was good for the first few bites. I'm glad that they don't just dump lots of the sauce on it because then it'll just too much. But for me, I think the serving is a bit too large. One dish like this could be a meal!

    I love the milkshake for it's creamy-ness and it tastes different from other (read: not Carl's Jr) milkshakes. But I'm pretty disappointed because every time I go there, there is no ice cream, thus no milkshake - which is the main reason for my going there! This has not happened just once.. but maybe three or four times!

    And as a bonus - I love the fact that they're open 24 hours! Always good for catching up with friends and have a little supper together. Now, only if there were some ice cream for the milkshakes :)

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    1. Lucardia
       30 May 2008 at 11:04 pm
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      Living in the East side of Singapore has its perks, being close to the East Coast is one of them. Thus it was that it was another random day after work that me and my gf visited the coast in search for food. Our choices were aplenty as Mingles, Sushi Teh, OldTown White coffee and many more are located at within the vicinity. However, we settled for some fast food instead. And do forgive me if i sound utterly weird as this is the first time i've eaten at Carl's Junior. To say the least, it surprised me.

      Located at the Big Splash, this branch is the newest of the bunch and boasts a rather nice, quiet and relaxed atmosphere that is easy to appreciate. The relative lack of being totally packed during dinner time helped alot since squeezing and waiting for food is not something i can grow accustom to in a jiffy. Service was fast and friendly while the place looked spic and span.

      The advertising campaign for Carl's Jr is totally hit or miss in my opinion. The tagline of "Its Gonna Get Messy" carries a pun which they have ran with to signify everything from *** to murder whereby the burger sauce is splattered across different mediums. Now that i've tried the burger, well, i must say, they aren't too far off the mark.

      I had a Western Bacon Double Cheeseburger meal with my fries exchanged for onion rings. Now, the onion rings were huge compared to Burger Kings rendition and that's not supposed to be a good thing by the way. Why is that so? Because the upsize only gave me 6 onion rings in all. The rings themselves also felt overfried because it was way too dry and didn't have the same moist and fragrant onion ring taste from BK. The burger however, managed to redeem the situation because its definitely huge. Size wise, this is pretty much on par or bigger then BK's double whopper. The beef taste is extremely strong as well, thus you might either like it or hate it with a passion. Fillings were also generous as bacon slices, cucumbers, cheese and meat fight to gain control of your taste buds. And sooner or later, something will spill from the burger whether you like it or not.

      My gf had the Portebello Mushroom Burger with cross cut fries. Her order was much better since the fries were infinitely better then my onion rings. The fries were thick, nicely fried till golden brown while still remaining moist inside. The only gripe is that you can practically see the oil you are consuming. Her burger also had a char broiled beef patty within which is accompanied by greens, cream, tomatoes and mushroom. She enjoyed it but wasn't a fan of the strong beef taste. I had a go and found it a little too salty due to the soaked mushrooms but otherwise, its decent as well.

      The bill came to about $18 or $20.

      Fast food is something that has permeated everyday life to the point that if a brainless food decision is needed. Any fast food joint will simply pop into mind. Carl's is more or less vying for the niche market that is currently dominated by BK and i must say, it is a pretty strong contender in that field. Price wise, its quite steep for fast food but the burger more or less blows away doubt of what you are paying for. Give it a go at least once to see for yourself.

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      1. feizhu
        feizhu said:
        I have eaten at this outlet at least 10 times since it opened!
        30 May 2008 at 11:28 pm
      2. Lucardia
        Lucardia said:
        I realise man. Its just difficult to resist no?
        30 May 2008 at 11:32 pm
      3. ladyironchef
        ladyironchef said:
        i have never eaten carls junior before. hahaha! and fast food also can review, i shld try also : )
        31 May 2008 at 9:49 pm
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