My Breakfast: Pineapple Bun Burger In Lido

Am having breakfast in Lido with Suanne. I ordered a new thing today. It is called Pineapple Bun with Satay Beef.

Pineapple Bun Burger

It is $4.75 with a beverage. Effectively this is a Pineapple Bun burger. Too moist and soft. So you can’t pick it up with your hand.

Verdict: Better stick with the plain old Pineapple Bun. Don’t mess with simple goodness.

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  1. LotusRapper

    So no Double Satay Beef & Pork Cheese & Bacon Pineapple Bun Burger anytime soon, Ben ?

    1. Crispy Lechon

      LR, you forgot the fried sunny side up egg.

      1. Ben

        You guys are funny! Maybe next time I will try ordering one of those. I’ll make it simple … Pineapple Buns with Sunny Side Up Egg. Ben

      2. LotusRapper

        I quoted the “calorie-wise” version, LOL !

    1. Ben

      Yeah … real time too!

  2. KayCe

    I was going to try it during my last visit, but I guess I’ll listen to you & stick with the the original pineapple bun 😀

    1. Ben

      Hi Kayce: If you have never tried their Pineapple Buns before, I would say it’s better to try it plain … and make sure you ask them for one fresh from the oven even if it means waiting for 20 minutes. I was sitting by the rack today and I overheard two customers insisting for fresh ones and decided to wait. The taste of one I had today was just overwhelmed by the satay sauce. Ben

  3. neige tyro

    hey ben, next time, replace the bbq pork with a slab of butter. make sure it’s melted well before u bite into heaven. yes, heaven!

    1. Ben

      Hi neige tyro: Yeah, I had seen people ordering that before but had never tried it myself. Ben

  4. Oliver

    All the raving about the pineapple buns at Lido, I have to try it sometime. I did tried “cream” pineapple buns at the Boss in Chinatown for the first time a week ago. I had assumed that they put in whipped cream (or imitations there of) like the coconut buns. It turned out to be two slabs of butter (or margarine). It was good. I imagine it would be even better if the butter was melted. Fat, cholesterol, calories be damned!

    1. Ben

      Hi Oliver: OK you tried the version at The Boss Chinatown. Now you gotta try the fresh-from-the-oven version from Lido. FYI, Lido also won the top prize for Best Milk Tea awarded by the Chinese Restaurant Award this year. See link here. One other thing we like is their claypot rice.

  5. LMAO! That somehow looks so wrong… Have you ever tried Satay Beef with Vietnamese Subs? Yum! ^^

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