Swensen’s has Goreng Pisang Split and Ramly-style Impossible Burger inspired by local favourites

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New Ramly-style Bagus Burger and Goreng Pisang Split now available in Swensen’s outlets in S’pore

Planning to go Swensen’s for a hearty meal with friends and family? There’s a couple of new dishes you probably will want to try – a new burger and dessert inspired by local flavours.

Swensen’s Bagus Burger ($15.80)

The new Bagus Burger is Swensen’s version of the Ramly Burger but of course, it doesn’t use Ramly patties since it’s banned in Singapore.

Instead, burger lovers will find the more atas plant-based Impossible patty wrapped inside an omelette and crispy fried onions sandwiched between buttery brioche buns, drizzled with their flavourful homemade Bagus sauce. Served with signature U.S. Fries and coleslaw.

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Goreng Pisang Split ($13.80)

You are missing out if you visit Swensen’s without getting their famous scoops.

Rather than going for the regular banana split, Swensen’s has put a local twist to their signature dessert, replacing the bananas with all-time favourite Goreng Pisang (banana fritters) – sandwiching the iconic trio of Chocoholic, Vanilla and Strawberry ice cream.

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Both Bagus Burger and Goreng Pisang Split are available at Swensen’s restaurants islandwide (find one here) and also available as a bundled set (look for Jom Makan Set) via food delivery partners GrabFood, Deliveroo and FoodPanda.

It will likely be available for a limited period so try it soon before they’re taken off the menu.

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