31 Commonwealth Crescent
#02-93 Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 149644

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11:00am - 05:00pm

11:00am - 05:00pm

11:00am - 05:00pm


11:00am - 05:00pm

11:00am - 05:00pm

11:00am - 05:00pm

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Decent burger, small serving of fries. Good price point. Not bad but don’t think it’s worth queuing too long for!

Single Classic Beef Cheeseburger, which came with caramelised onions, chopped pickled jalapenos, homemade sauce, melted American cheese, and Australian grass-fed beef chuck patty between perfectly toasted buns.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/hammees-burgers/


After a 6 months "vacation" which saw them "dabble" in nasi ayam goreng, @hammees_sg is finally back, serving what they do best --- excellent handcrafted cheese burgers at affordable prices!

I was there after lunch hour on a weekday. This is not a place to go if you are in a rush because a so-called 15 to 20 minutes wait will invariably stretch to 30 minutes or more as each burger is made to order.

I am pleased to report that the young couple running the stall have managed to keep up their standards after their 6 months sojourn. In fact, I think they have improved on the blends for their burger patties.

Hammees has also introduced an upgraded battered fish burger. To be honest, it tastes like a better version of fillet-o-fish but the portion is kinda on the smaller side.

They have also upgraded their fried chicken burger with a thicker piece of fried chicken thigh which makes it even more juicier and it now comes in two variations: original or spicy (with roasted garlic and peppers). I personally recommend the later for a more punchy and flavourful kick.


Hammee’s is back at Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre — but this time round with a twist; its familiar burgers are no longer on the menu. Instead Hammee’s has converted themselves into a Nasi Ayam Goreng stall at its Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre space temporarily — they have announced plans to expand their operations on social media where a comeback of their burgers are likely to happen at a coffeeshop location later this year. Hammee’s is best known for their affordable Cheeseburgers with patties that are made painstakingly from scratch previously — a constant process of R&D and sourcing of the right suppliers to achieve that perfect burger that they are looking for; their dedication to that goal so strong that they often announce unexpected closures due to the inconsistent quality of the beef that they had obtained from their suppliers.

Only offering one item on the menu during this period, they are now fully dedicated in serving in serving Nasi Ayam Goreng (otherwise also known as Fried Chicken Rice); patrons do however have the option of going for either their Chicken Rice (made with chicken bone broth, chicken fat, butter, Pandan leaves, garlic, ginger and spices), or a Coconut Rice that is almost akin to that of Nasi Lemak which I ended up opting for. One could tell that they had placed much emphasis to the quality of the food that they serve, be it their Cheeseburgers or the Nasi Ayam Goreng — as opposed to the more common Basmati rice used for coconut rice these days, they have insisted on using the standard grains that we usually see in our white rice; the rice does come perfuming lightly of coconut-y fragrance, but does not come across as too jelak, yet being light and fluffy. The fried chicken leg really takes the cake here; marinated with turmeric, the flavours of the spices comes lingering at the back of the tongue with that juicy chicken leg that is fried to golden-brown perfection — the exterior so crisp, yet the flesh so tender as the juices eagerly burst out as one chews on it, not to mention how it is seemingly free from grease. The accompanying achar provides a slight tang that keeps the entire dish refreshing amidst the heavier-tasting elements such as the chicken leg and coconut rice, but it is the homemade sambal that really caught me — a rather savoury rendition with a slightly piquant hint of flavour of raw chilies; surprisingly bright and goes well even on its own, let alone the chicken leg or the rice.

I like how Hammee’s has always seem to go by the same philosophy of taking something simple, and pushing the dish to its limits by obtaining their produce from the right suppliers with constant R&D to ensure that they give their patrons the very best of what they have to offer. Simple as the Fried Chicken Rice or Cheeseburgers it may be, but its a display of not just skill, but careful attention to detail and passion that goes into the making of whatever that they serve — and this is what makes Hammee’s and other similar establishments so worth supporting when it comes to the hawkerpreneur scene in Singapore.

Wah legit worth the 1hour wait. First bite into the burger and the juice of the beef patty fills your mouth. Eat it while it is hot! One of the best burgers i had. Used to love going to five guys during our USA trip but i think this beats five guys based on price point and the burger. Even the fries was awesome. Crispy and flavourful. Definitely coming back here again soon. Can't wait to bite down another of their burgers.

Juicy beef paired with nicely toasted buns! The fries is hot and crispy. would recommend that you make a reservation before heading now, heard the waiting hours can be as long as 2hrs! My favourite burger place, prefer this over five guys and it’s as good as shake shack.