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Post St Patrick's Day dinner throwback last night at #hardrockcafesg - we had the SPD special Paddy Connor's Stout & Cheese Burger and our usual full rack of Hickory Baby Ribs to share. The burger has an 8 oz Angus patty sandwiched between two charcoal buns topped with toasted seasame seeds as well as arugula (wild rocket aka rucola), crispy fried onion and a ring of sliced tomato at the bottom. The beef patty was really quite perfect, done medium well and remained incredibly tender and juicy with a teeny weeny shade of pink left which we liked. The last time we'd had good succulent burgers like this was probably in Tokyo, a timely reminder of how hearty and wholesome burgers should taste like. I loved the inclusion of wild rocket, an interesting change over the standard lettuce-gherkins. The astringency and ever so slight acridity of the greens cut through the meaty richness of the beef patty pretty well. The Connor's stout infused cheese sauce was interesting, subtle yet assertive at the same. Wish there was more bacon chips on the fries though. Apart from the infusion of Irish stout in the cheese sauce, the only other thing that reminded us of the SPD correlation was the "sunless" sideup with a stenciled shamrock out of matcha powder. Wish they would add this burger to their regular menu, minus the greentea clover tackiness of course... The baby ribs was excellent as usual, fork tender to the bone and incredibly moist. Kudos for the consistency of the ribs every time we'd dined here. A whole lot more enjoyable than those from the other famous ribs joint, which used to have an outlet just across the road. Not giving names, you go figure. Asked for more barbeque sauce as always, to go with the fries. Much better option than the run-in-the-mill Heinz ketchup. I took care of the chillies as usual since J doesn't dig much into anything too spicy. The concoction reminded me of indian cooking and is strangely addictive. Hoped they would be more generous with the sides, especially the slaw, to beef up the greens dept. No pun intended! #notsponsored .