28 Oct '11, 4pm
Canada's famous Triple O's burger opens outlet in Singapore
When you chomp into a Triple O's beef burger,l it's not just meaty, juicy and creamy, but it's also loaded with nearly a century of history. Draped on top with a slice of gherkin, the burger became as famous as its creator Nat Bailey when he converted his 1918 model truck into a travelling lunch counter to serve burgers to hungry sightseers at Vancouver’s Lookout Point. Nat became so successful that he started a chain of White Spot family restaurants and also the first drive-in in 1928 on Granville Street in Vancouver. He was so famous that a stadium was even named after him because of his contributions to sports. Triple O's burger, which is a division of the White Spot group, today has 128 outlets, mainly in Canada. You can find the legendary burger in Hong Kong. As well as in Singapore where the first outlet opened earlier this month at Asia Square, just off Shenton Way ...