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One of the popular food stall at Margaret Drive Hawker Centre that the queue always long, serving their authentic Hakka style thunder tea rice and yong tau fu.

Since their yong tau fu also one of the popular item here, so I grab this instead. You get to choose the fried items or veggie pieces you want.

I would say the fried items are so crispy and delicious. Get about 4 pieces should be enough to complete it as a meal.

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Haven’t eaten here since Covid and was near by therefore decided to dine there. There was available table at 8pm without having to queue.

Food standard has dropped IMO. Loved their cockles before, however the sauce is watered down now. Their famous butter pork ribs (milk powder) was still good. The other dishes were acceptable.

Prices are reasonable.

Hammee’s Classic Double Cheeseburger features toasted burger buns, handmade 100% beef patty, caramelised onions, American cheese, chopped jalapenos and house made sauce

Location: Hammee's Burgers, 31 Commonwealth Cres, #02-93 Market & Food Centre, Singapore 149644


Decided to order 2 chicken wings to make the queuing more worth it! So Glad they didn’t disappoint at all and I must say the auntie gave quite a generous portion of Bee Hoon… Their chilli stood out for me too.

Burgers and fries are a classic combination, but we picked the 𝗧𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗧𝗼𝘁𝘀 (+ $1 with any burger). Captivatingly crispy outside and fluffy inside, these were surely superior to generic fries. We also liked the 𝗠𝗮𝘀𝗵𝗲𝗱 𝗣𝗼𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗼 (+ $2 with any burger) for its creamy texture, though we wished there was more gravy because it ran out by the time we got to the bottom of the tub.

For an awesome burger experience, @hammees_sg is a must-visit.

The 𝗖𝗵𝗶𝗰𝗸𝗲𝗻 𝗕𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗲𝗿 ($8) was flawless. A gigantic chicken thigh, fabulously fried till it was delectably crispy outside yet seductively succulent inside, was paired with a crunchy and tangy homemade slaw. This was possibly the best chicken burger I've ever had.

I'm mortified that I haven't visited Hammee's in over a year. The burgers used to come with fries by default; now sides must be purchased. But it's unimportant because you'd be hard pressed to find another burger of equal or higher quality than Hammee's at this price point (less than $10 per burger).

You can't go wrong with the signature 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗲𝘀𝗲𝗯𝘂𝗿𝗴𝗲𝗿 ($8 single, $12.50 double). Even though the beef patties were a little hard (a one-off, based on past experience), the caramelised onions, American cheddar, jalapenos and burger sauce made this a sensationally scrumptious burger.

Chanced upon a very unassuming fishball noodles stall and was rather impressed with their bowl of noodles!

I got their Signature Teochew Noodles ($5.50 for large) and I must say it came pretty generous with ingredients. From 2 rather large prawns to fish dumplings to huge chunks of braised mushrooms, there were many to savour! The noodles were soaked in quite abit of vinegar with pretty spicy chilli, and I fell in love with the old school taste that I very much remembered when I was young! I wouldn't say this is one of the best bowl of noodles, but definitely better than average.

This is one bowl to check out if you are in the area!

Lao Cai Shi Fishball Noodles

You should find many familiar stalls in Margaret Drive Food Centre as they are mostly moved here from the former Tanglin Halt Food Centre.

Tong Kee Chicken Rice is one of them and you could immediately see a long queue in front of this stall when you are here.

Previously they only sell roasted chicken rice and now at this new place, they have since selling white version as well.

I do love their roasted chicken rice, fragrant enough and the meat is soft.

📍No. 1 Western Food, Margaret Drive Hawker Centre📍
💸 Chicken Cutlet: $6.50

Once in a while, we love having hawker western food for it's generous portions and old-school taste👍. The Chicken Cutlet here is super huge and crispy🥩, and comes with a generous portion of crinkle-cut fries🍟. Our favourite is definitely their sauce. Unlike the usual black pepper or mushroom sauce, this tastes like a tomato based sauce 🍅. It's a bit tough to describe, but it's reminiscent of the sauce they put on hainanese pork chop, which is sweet and savoury. This has a very old-school taste that reminds us of our childhood memories😌!!

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I can have just another bowl of the noodles! The sauce was good...

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Very generous with the ground peanut. As you bite into the pancakes, the ground peanut is falling off constantly due to the abundance. The pancake has a unique chewiness that I have not found in Man Jian Pancakes elsewhere. At 90cents a piece, this is a real gem and we will all be sorry when it is gone.

I just wonder if it will taste even better if I come earlier in the morning when it’s freshly made….