[CLOSED] Wok in Burger (Alexandra)

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124 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Singapore 150124

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PSA: they've stopped dine-in. But I managed to negotiate a table from them. Their USP was adapting zichar to burgers, and it showed clearly. The fried chicken patty and salted egg sauce were totally zichar style, very big on flavour. Add a runny egg and it's freaking messy. I didn't regret adding fries - it's crispy yet full, so good I suspect it's homemade.

This is really the epitome of local fusion food - the zichar fav of coffee pork ribs, married with the fluffy soft buns and crispy fries. Overall, I would still consider this local fare with some western elements.

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I loved the bun, salted egg sauce and fried chicken combination. I felt there could be more curry leaves in the salted egg sauce, though! The fries were also excellent.

If you are looking for food delivery with burgers and Chinese/local delicacies like me, I assure you that @kengengkee X @wokinburger is your best bet. KEK needs no introduction as it is well-known for its Zi Char gastronomy experience, with popular dishes like signature coffee pork ribs, wok-toss moonlight hor fun and my favourite Mingzhu roll!

It’s my third time having fusion burgers from @wokinburger. Thanks to @chefzwayne_ , the burgers were as massive as ever that I can never once fit into my mouth in one bite. And for that matter of fact, it was so filling till the next morning. How worthwhile! 😂 Had the fish skin salted egg pork burger; Might look complex with so many ingredients within the charcoal buns, but when everything sinks into a bite, it was surprisingly harmonious. Although the fish skin was soggy (because of delivery), it adds a different dimension to the rich creamy salted egg saucy which was rather milky, and the gigantic piece of pork patty. Check out the chili padi and curry leaves! I always say, those 2 are essential elements of a legit salted egg sauce. There’s also purple cabbage and tomato slices. Each burger comes with fries and coleslaw.

I was enticed by the green apple curry burger which I stole a bite off. A rather refreshing idea put into execution, the sourness of the green apple slices contrasted sharply with the watery curry sauce, reminded me off Macs. Choose between chicken or pork patty. The salted egg sotong “blur”ger is one that I have reviewed previously, but am delighted that the standard remained consistent!

Islandwide delivery available at a flat fee of $5 with a minimum order of $50. Spend above $58 to redeem a free soup of the day. Check their delivery menu out and place order at https://kengengkee.oddle.me/en_SG.

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Their rice is fried rice instead of normal rice, and they were really nice to replace the rice for fries (thank you so much!). There were 3 sauce to choose from: salted egg, chilli crab sauce or black pepper. I was wondering how they gonna add salted egg/chilli crab sauce to grilled chicken but turn out the chicken chop is a chicken cutlet 😂 Would say it is very value for money since it comes with a drink too. Other lunch options are available too at affordable price. // My colleague tried their unique burger flavour (Coffee Pork Burger) and the coffee taste is distinct :) Price is well worth since it is pretty different from usual burgers! However, we feel that it will be better if there were simple burger options other than their Zi Char inspired burgers.

This comes with a side of fries, coleslaw and a canned drink of choice so it is quite value-for-money if you are into all that extra stuff. For me, the burger alone was good enough. I savoured the slab of pork rib, coated with a sweet and crackling coffee marinade. The burger buns were also well-buttered, though I felt they could have been toasted a bit longer because the stickiness of the pork made the buns a little soggy after a while. Having tried this, I can't wait to try the other burgers on the menu!