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[CLOSED] I ♥ Burger Lah! (Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * *Muslim-owned

20 Ghim Moh Road
#01-06 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre
Singapore 270020

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Salted Caramel Fries with Himalayan Pink Salt ($4) is one mouthful of a name to order at halal-certified I ❤️ Burger Lah #01-06. It gets you a heaping pile of hot shoestring sticks that's cooked till golden-brown and drenched till it glistens from sauce. A dusting of salt balances the sweet goo, giving you a plate straightforward awesomeness that's shockingly addictive despite my lack of a sweet tooth. I started with a piece and couldn't help but finish this first before I even touched the 🍔


It was big and reminiscent of the thin McDonalds fries we all love.

Nicely crisped and fluffy, and the raved vanilla accent is there. Yes I tasted it in the sauce. But. I felt the sharp salty and blanket of sweet wasn’t as nicely contrasted? It was more a mess of sweet .. sweet.. sweet.. and a once in a while salt flake that hits.

I think it would be awesome if they salted the fries prior to the drizzle of sauce evenly.

Do both, evenly:)

PLUS a hit of spice would be lovely ☺️😋 I cracked some pepper over it and it tasted AMAZING. So much more balanced. After mixing the sauce well (taking it away home)


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$4 for 2 slabs of crispy juicy boneless chicken?


Even if presentation isn’t great + the bread is rough and dry + I wondered why barbecue sauce is picked to go with the prawny-umami chicken, I love the flavours of the meat. Perfectly Har Cheong tasting!

Gimme more maple drizzle though 😍


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A decent stall which sells a generous meal and a meal for two cost me $15! My first time trying the salted egg fries, not bad at all. It is not halal certified (yet?) but owned by a muslim.

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I Love Burgers (find me a person who doesn’t, and I’ll show you a liar) is the most low key of the trio of burger joints that I know of that operate out of a hawker centre, but it ain’t half bad.

While the patty tasted and felt like a split between actual minced beef and veggie filler, it was still delicious. The patty was dazzlingly delicious, but the satisfaction wasn’t quite there due to the fact that the patty was a bit thin, which in turn resulted in a patty that’s less juicy than most. Sure, they could replace the veggie filler with more beef and be thicker and denser, but it’s still an acceptable starting point.

Of course, melted cheese will never fail to be on point. Meanwhile, the sauce on the burger is quite the interesting and delicious mishmash of Worcestershire sauce, BBQ sauce, pickle relish and ketchup. All in all, $5 is an absolute bargain for a two patty cheeseburger, but I wouldn’t mind paying a dollar or two more if they were to refine and beef up their patties.

However, I would recommend giving their Cajun Cheese Fries ($5 extra) a miss, as the cheese sauce was quite close to nonexistent, and the Cajun spice was overwhelming. I’d advocate going for the more unconventional and interesting Salted Caramel or Salted Butterscotch Fries, or the reliable ol’ onion rings, all priced at an alright $4.