It may be years before you get a chance to eat at chef Mauro Colagreco’s modern French three-Michelin-starred fine-diner Mirazur in France. It was voted #1 in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards 2019 (you know, when we were free to roam the globe — the 2020 awards was postponed ’cos of the pandemic), but you can now get a taste of his much-loved burgers right here along Amoy Street. The Singapore outpost of his casual hamburger chain Carne, the first outside of Colagreco’s native Argentina, opens its doors on 25 February.

With its black-and-white tiled walls, bustling open kitchen and wood-panelled floors, Carne looks like any other stylish burger restaurant in town. Yet aside from Colagreco’s pedigree, Carne is set apart by the fact that it is the first burger chain in the world that is a Certified B Corporation, which means it is committed to social, environmental and economic sustainability. Put simply, it means that wherever in the world Carne opens, it will do its best to support small local suppliers that produce good-quality ingredients in a sustainable way.

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