140 is food. 140 is foodie heaven. Another new addition to the 140 William food scene is Ribs and Burgers. If you love your meat especially your ribs and burgers, you will love Ribs and Burgers. A good slab of ribs is like comfort food to my soul. On a Friday evening, I visited Ribs and Burgers along with my dining partner. As the restaurant was crowded, there was a waiting list for a table which was estimated to take at least 20 minutes. The interior and atmosphere is casual with similarities to an American diner. At the front of Ribs and Burgers is where the menu is and where you place your order, similar to a fast food outlet.
I had the Baby Back Pork BBQ ribs ($30.50 for full rack) with a side serve of chips. The baby back pork ribs were marinated to perfection. It definitely ticked off all the boxes for a good slab or ribs. Delicious, juicy and tender. It’s ribtastic fantastic and finger licking good ribs. My dining partner had the BBQ Beef Ribs Full Rack ($29.50) with a side serve of chips too. I sneaked a taste test and it was as good as the baby back pork ribs. The only difference is that the BBQ beef ribs are much more meaty and juicy in texture with a good amount of fat oozing through the ribs. The chips on the side is a crunchy addition to the ribs. Trust me, they are actually pretty addictive.
Beef BBQ Ribs
We also shared an Original ($10.50) burger which comprises of a beef mince patty, grilled, basted and served on a seeded bun with shredded iceberg, tomato, Spanish onion dill pickles with the pink & BBQ sauce. The burger bun was soft and fluffy and the beef mince patty was very juicy. The pink & BBQ sauce gave a sweet and smokey texture to the burger.
The Original Burger
As a huge fan of ribs, I really enjoyed ribs and burgers and thought that it was value for money for delicious ribs. If you are planning to go on a weekend, be prepared to wait but apart from that, I am sure it will be worth the wait. I look forward to visiting Ribs and Burgers again to satisfy my ribs cravings.