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179 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068627

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Wednesday:
07:30am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 09:00pm

Friday:
07:30am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 03:00pm

Monday:
07:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
07:30am - 09:00pm

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Finally managed to come down and try sandwiches here!! Place was really small and imo not really good for talking/ catching up w friends but rather more of a takeaway/ quick bites thing!
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Turkey classic (~$16) had generous amounts of turkey breast in the sandwich and the sweet chilli mayo added a lot more sweetness and slight spiciness to the otherwise plainish dish! Requested for my bacon to be put on the side since I don’t take it but it would probably be a lot more sinful if I did😂 🥪
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Crispy fried chicken (~$16) was artery clogging goodness and I preferred it over the turkey! 🐓 Buttermilk chicken so juicy, oily and fried through, this would probably be a good cheat day option! Chicken was crispy and tasted pretty fresh.Apparently the bun was a potato bun but it tasted pretty normal HAHA 🤪

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Guest chef special from Chef Malcolm of Candlenut fame. Came down just for this! Juicy patty and runny yolk with a very local taste. Felt the curry flavoring had a slight clash with the buak keluak though, but all in all not bad at all:) $28 for just the burger (no sides).

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Chef-owner Malcolm Lee of One MCHELIN Starred Peranakan restaurant “Candlenut” is the guest chef for the month of July at PBD. And he has given us the fantastic opportunity to sink our teeth into his notoriously exclusive Buah Keluak Cheeseburger (only his team mates at Candlenut have had the privilege so far, is what I heard). $1 of the proceeds from each of the sold (price: $28) will go to Chef Malcolm’s chosen charity: Good News Community Services. Which is a win-win in my humble opinion because this fried egg-topped cheeseburger is a uniquely Singapore creation that is darn delicious!
You must like or at least appreciate buah keluak though because the black nut takes centrestage with its inky flesh mixed into the beef patty and rendered into a sauce to give the meat a lovely glaze on both sides. The addition of spicy sambal ikan bilis and a smear of chicken curry gravy to the ensemble makes the taste profile even more interesting and complex. What I thought was a particularly smart touch was Chef Malcolm’s inclusion of chopped up chicken cartilage in the patty. Its crunch totally broke up what could have easily become a snooze fest of mushiness.

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I first heard of this much sought after burger when @aun_koh shared a post on it and thought how lucky he is to have tried this which is only meant for staff meals at @candlenutsg. I had resigned to the fact that I will never be able to get a chance to sample it so you can’t imagine my delight when @veronicaphua asked told @happygreedyfoodie and me about this one month collab at @parkbenchdeli. What’s even better is that for one month only, this burger is available at Park Bench Deli and some proceeds of the burger goes to charity. I digress, back to the burger. It’s really good and to die for! A must for all Peranakan food lovers. Some may say why is the sambal ikan bilis and curry sauce there but seriously, I love it. Every bite was really enjoyable, with bits of chicken cartilage to give you that crunch in the beef patty which is marinated with buah keluak. Juicy, moist and the burst of flavours, it’s one of the most enjoyable burgers that I’ve had. Head there before the month ends

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by Chef Malcolm Lee, Candlenut
buah keluak beef patty, fried egg, chicken curry reduction, ikan bilis sambal, cheddar cheese, shredded cucumber, garlic chili butter, potato bun

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PB&J was sold out that morning so we opted for Grilled Cheese ($10) and Fried Egg Power ($13). Loved them both! The grilled cheese contained pimento cheese which made it seem more worth getting than if say, it contained melted gourmet sliced cheese which I could possible make at home if I wasn’t lazy. Fried egg power was a burst of flavor with tater tots, bacon and of course, egg. If was a sinful mix but oh so good.

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