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local twist Made our way down to a quiet part of Tanjong Pagar for dinner with a chope voucher! All their burgers come with a sesame bun, the usual greens and oat battered chicken. We tried the Ayam Legend (salted egg sauce, $14++) and Ayam Hot (curry sauce, $14++). The sauces tasted surprisingly like the real thing! Would be perfect if they were a little more spicy. The chicken patty got a little overwhelming due to the deep fried batter, but the parts with tender meat were good.
R
8w
Salted Egg Chicken Burger ($14), Lemak Curry Burger ($14). If you haven鈥檛 already tried @thequarters.sg鈥檚 signature salted egg chicken burger, thank @chopesg as you can enjoy 1-for-1 burgers this month with June鈥檚 Chope Exclusive! They surely aren鈥檛 stingy when it comes to the in-house salted egg aioli that鈥檚 lavishly drenched over the oat battered fried chicken thigh. A velvety, creamy sauce, the salted egg aioli did come across as a little jelak towards the end, perhaps also because it was rather salty (duh!). But I smell curry leaves too, which plays a crucial role in any salted egg dish. The oat batter delivers a perfect crispiness to the juicy chicken patty which is marinated using their spice mix and buttermilk. The Lemak curry burger was pretty unique and a take on yet another local flavour. Again sandwiched between 2 sesame buns, the oat battered chicken was succulent but this time drenched with a really, really Lemak curry sauce. Heavily spiced and aromatic, it is also packed with the lactonic and nutty characters of the coconut milk. Something worth mentioning is the size of the fried chicken was actually larger than the buns (you can鈥檛 even see the bottom bun) , which made us felt as though we were eating a chicken cutlet instead of a burger. Too satisfying. Saltiness of their sauces could be reduced. Each burger came along with shoestring fries.
Miss Ha
27w
Spiced Pork Burger The Quarters鈥 burgers always bring about pleasant mod-sin surprises. I鈥檇 expected the 鈥渟piced鈥 pork batty to come with the typical 5-spices powder (which I absolutely dislike) but hey no! The spices include chilli, galangal, lemongrass etc. More towards the spices commonly used in Malay/Indonesia/Indian cuisine, rather than those in the Chinese dishes. That鈥檚 a pretty nice twist. At first look, it appears incredibly tough and dry. Thankfully, it remains juicy within. Could have been juicier but no complaints - overall was good. It comes with the typical iceberg lettuce and tomatoes. Generally prefer the red/green leaf lettuce which complements the burgers a lot more (kinda feel iceberg lettuce cheapens the overall look and feel of the burger cos it鈥檚 very much associated with 鈥榝astfood鈥 style burgers) The accompanying fries were normal-tasting, dips (chilli and ketchup) weren鈥檛 made in-house and hence, nothing much to comment on. Would stick with the signature salted chicken burger which comes with incredibly creamy and fragrant in-house salted egg yolk sauce going forward!
Chubby
27w
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