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Fried Chicken Burger I ordered Fried Chicken Burger (non-spicy) ($5.50) and waiting time for at least 15 minutes. I didn't expected the burger to be so good in terms of the portion size and price. Fried Chicken Burger was quite crunchy and crispy at outer skin and the sauce was not much and generous to the extend. The coleslaw was complemented well with the burger and I felt the fried chicken was really fresh and not that frozen chicken. Thank you so much Hammee's for making Fried Chicken Burger out from the fresh ingredients.
Signature Beef Cheeseburger (single) [$6] This burger was fantastic! The patty was very juicy. Asked for no mayo for this, which allowed the patty to shine. The bun was buttery and fluffy. Wished there would be more cheese though!
Classic Beef Cheeseburger ($6/single patty, $8/double patty), Fried Chicken Burger ($5.50). Team 🐄 or Team 🐓 ? A place to check out for cheap and good burgers, just as I did to sate my burger desire. Sandwiched between the fluffy toasted buns for the cheeseburger that the boyf had were some slow caramelised onions, American cheese, chopped pickled jalapeños, house-made sauce and of course the beef patties. Burst of beef flavour with a hint of char the moment we took a bite off the burger from their handmade beef patties, but we would have preferred it not to be well-done as it resulted in a slightly dry texture. Nevertheless, the sweet caramelised onions and melted cheese rounded the meaty taste off wonderfully with some moisture. There’s an option of original or spicy version for the fried chicken burger. I had the spicy version, which kinda reminded me of Mcspicy, but subtler. Complementing the crispy, succulent chicken thigh were a beautifully-colored house-made slaw and Hammee’s burger sauce, having a similar taste to the Thousand Island sauce. Though a spicy burger, the 🔥 which came trailing toward the end, was quite manageable. What really captivated me were still the toasted buns with a buttery aroma which hits the sweet spot. All burgers are served with a side of paprika-seasoned fries. Waiting time was approximately 30 minutes on a Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ha
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Curry Rice, Pork Chop, fried Egg, Chap Chye So I’m not into greasy stuffs but I decided to give the famed curry rice a try and didn’t regret it! It was delicious, it looks thick but doesn’t taste as thick as expected. Some may say it’s quite thin but it’s still nicelt flavorful so I think it’s not much of a problem. Something that can be recommended to tourists!
Brown food always tastes good. It’s even better when it involves lots of curry, braised sauce and sambal. Famed for their namesake, they will literally use a pair of scissors to cut whatever ingredients you choose from the window of food. The rice is then drenched with three kinds of gravy; two types of thick viscous curry and a braised gravy. My usual picks that I get to go with my rice include the chicken cutlet, braised cabbage and ngor hiang which is a pork filling with water chestnuts that’s rolled into a beancurd skin and deep fried. _________________ Scissors Cut Curry Rice Address: 229, Jalan Besar, Singapore 208905 _________________ #hawkersg #hawkerfood #sghawker #jiaklocal #hawkerhopping #OurHawkerCulture #burpple #burpplesg #foreverhungry #sgfood #sgig #sgfoodies #instafood_sg #instasg #setheats #hungrygowhere #singaporeinsiders #foodstagram #foodphotography #instafood #buzzfeedfood #aworldtoeat
Curry Rice ($5) Shared this plate bc we were unhungry after our gym session. I don’t normally go for curry rice, but this was not bad. We got cabbage, sunny side egg, lu rou & cutlet, which was drenched in the brown sauce + curry. Liked the soft cabbage and lu rou more, egg was normal while I would have preferred the cutlet to be a bit more crisp. The colour of the cutlet was a bit pale, idk if they under-fried this batch or it’s supposed to be like that? Liked the sauce combo on rice, would revisit! But I feel like it’s damn sinful and I won’t get a craving for this so maybe like next year ahahahhaha
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For Value-for-Money Basmati Nasi Lemak File this stall away for future food expeditions to Serangoon Gardens Food Centre. The highlight of their Nasi Lemak (from $3) is definitely the incredibly fragrant basmati rice sporting a delightful coconut aroma. Accompanying that is a perfectly fried egg with a runny core, crispy ikan billis and kuning fish, as well as a well-marinated fried chicken. Cover it all in their sweet and spicy sambal chilli — sedap! Photo by Burppler The Modernlad
Aliff Nasi Lemak. My new regular place for nasi lemak, at Serangoon Gardens Food Centre. We've probably tasted many different nasi lemak in Singapore and Malaysia - some heavier, some lighter, some using Jasmine rice, some using basmati rice, some enhanced with flavour essence, while some have a lighter natural fragrance. 🔸 This one sits at one end of the spectrum which is lighter, for many reasons - it uses basmati rice, so it's more fluffy, less sticky, less cloying. It also has a light, natural fragrance from coconut milk, so it doesn't feel overly lemak or guilty. It's one nasi lemak that is easier on your tummy. 🔸 But as with all nasi lemak stalls, you need a bit of luck when it comes to the fried accompaniments. It's really good when it happens to be freshly fried, but at times you could get those that has been left to air for a while. 🔸 Still, it's one stall I'll keep coming back to whenever I'm here. 📍 Aliff Nasi Lemak Stall 27 Serangoon Garden Market 49A Serangoon Gardens Way Singapore 555945 ⏱ 8am to 5pm daily (according to Google map) 🔸🔸 #serangoongardens #nasilemak #uncagestreetfood #jiaklocal #thedailybite #exploresingapore #burpplesg #instafood_sg #yummy #makan #hungrygowhere #fujixh1 #openricesg #sgfoodies #singaporeinsiders #whati8today #sgfoodporn #cafehoppingsg #sgfoodie #foodsg #eatoutsg #8dayseat #burpple #igsg #seafood #exploresg #iweeklyfood #sginstagram #sghawker #handsinframe
Basmati Rice Nasi Lemak We ordered two portions of chicken wings and all this cost $5.50, which was really quite affordable. The basmati rice was so incredibly fragrant, fluffy and flavourful, the egg was perfectly done with a runny yolk and all the ingredients had significant effort put into them - all fresh and satisfying. The only gripe I would have would be that the chicken could be bigger (but then again I’m very used to Punggol Nasi Lemak’s giant chicken drumsticks), and the chilli wasn’t very spicy.
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Oy Oy Oy Anyone who’s known me for a while will know of my predilection for orh luak (fried eggs, starch & oyster). Sadly, other than Ah Chuan who’s currently playing ‘Where’s Waldo’ with his ever changing hours, I haven’t really found any other orh luak that’s been stunningly stellar. That is until I stumbled upon Hougang Fried Oyster. That gooey, greatly gratifying starch mixture is fried fantastically till it’s half gooey, half crispy before the egg goes in and is fried till slightly crispy and plenty fluffy. And that, ladies & gentlemen, is where the fresh, fat oysters come in. About ten of those briny, plumptious beauties are briefly fried before the whole hot mess is carelessly plated up, ready for a torrent of sharp, sourish chili sauce to drench it. It does get too oily at the end, but there’s no denying the bountiful amounts of enjoyment derived from this ugly delicious plated for fried fabulousness. Besides, if it does get too rich at the end, just splash on more of that sapid, spicy and slightly sour chili sauce! For only five bucks, this is damn good eatin’.
Awesome Stuff! Had a big craving for kway teow and found this place in Hougang! Totally satisfied my cravings! It was so goood with quite a big portion! Not too oily as well! Had the oyster omelette and similarly really good with big juicy oysters!
Fried Oyster [$5] Couldn’t find my fav Simon Road Oyster Omelette at its new location and we were too hungry to continue hunting, so we went off to this new place to try & it was shiok!! I love crispy > wet oyster omelettes and that’s what they serve up here, with a higher crispiness in its crispy to gooey ratio. For $5, it was a great portion, with about 6 big sized creamy oysters. Definitely will be back! 📍Hougang Fried Oyster • Fried Kway Teow 35A Hougang Avenue 8 Singapore 531435 🕘 Closed on Mondays
Wei Zhi
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