Western stalls in Singapore make up an essential part of the local hawker food scene. With classic offerings like burgers, steaks and cutlets, these Western stalls are what we turn to for affordable gourmet-like bites 😋

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Let’s reserve the fancy Western-cuisine restaurants and their even fancier prices for special occasions. Instead, head on over to these 11 hawker food stalls to fix your cravings for delectable delights of burgers, fries and grilled meat!


1. Noods & Meats (Muslim-owned)

Noods & Meats is a true treat for the senses. Known for their in-house smoked meats, this is where you can get your fix for affordable and chunky servings of proteins that generously exude tantalising smoky aromas🤤 The selection of dishes here is suitable for large groups of meat-lovers from sharing platters to handmade noodles that will whet your appetite!

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Lepak Platter consists of two chicken chops, 180g Texas beef brisket, 200g lamb/beef ribs, 240g chicken sausages, 240g lamb chop, two duck confit, four chicken wings with sides of coleslaw, buns and bean stew. Everything is smoked with almond wood where the faint scent lingers pleasantly as you bite down each component.

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If you love a good carb to go with your protein, there are always pasta options. Chicken, beef, duck and even seafood top your handmade pasta noodles in sauces that complement the dish. We love their unbelievable flavoursome display of meats and noodles 😍


Address: 414 Yishun Ring Road, Broadway Coffeeshop, Singapore 760414
Opening hours: Mon to Fri: 2pm – 10pm; Sat & Sun: 10am – 10pm

2. Fatty Bom Bom Sizzle (Halal-certified)

The wide selection of classic Western hawker fare at Fatty Bom Bom Sizzle would only prolong your hunger pangs because you’d also be at a loss of what to choose! From burgers to chicken cutlets, steak sizzling on hot plates and grilled fished charred to delicious perfection, each dish look delectable and appetising 😌

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Imagine the sizzling sound and snaking smoke when you order their steak that is served on a hot plate. Mouth-watering black pepper sauce ladled over the juicy meat with Cajun fries, coleslaw and a bun as sides makes for the perfect meal!

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Most of the dishes are priced under $10 so this means you can come back frequently and order new items off the menu each time! 👍


Address: 978 Toa Payoh North, Grains & Hops Food Court Bistro, Singapore 319001
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 3:30pm, 5pm to 9pm; Sat 12:30pm to 9pm. Closed on Sundays

3. Fish and Chicks (Halal-certified)

A quintessential Western food stall that we can’t leave out – fish and chips! This may no longer be a secret hawker stall but their twists on such classic dishes definitely deserve a place on this list 🤭 Bringing an Asian flair to this Western food favourite, Fish and Chicks’ exciting offerings hit all the right spots for a flavoursome feast!

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And of course, their fish and chips is a stealer 😉 Crisp batter, flaky white fish and all house-made dips and sauces makes for a heart-warming meal.

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Fish and Chicks also has a selection of yummy pasta and rice bowls all featuring their signature fish/chick. 😉 Better yet, try their super creamy and super indulgent lobster pasta!



  1. 531 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10
  2. Cathay Cineleisure Orchard
  3. 88 Tanglin Halt Road
  4. 204 Bedok North Street 1

Opening Hours: 11.00am to 9.30pm, daily


4. Burgernomics (Muslim-owned)

A stall not to be missed for a burger fest is Burgernomics, a quaint stall tucked in Pasir Ris Hawker Centre!

This gem of a hawker stall has diners raving for their juicy beef burgers that comes with blow-torched cheese. Topped with delicious caramelised onions, sautéed mushroom with a dollop of truffle aioli, this burger has all the right fixings 😋

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If chicken is more of your protein of choice, Burgernomics does a stellar buttermilk fried chicken burger that comes mounted with crunchy and sweet apple slaw – yummy! 🍏

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Each burger comes with a side of fries which you can get an upgrade for Chilli Cheesy Beef Fries for an additional $3! The thick-cut fries are slabbed with savoury nacho cheese, tomato ground beef sauce and creamy mayonnaise. How satisfying 😌


Address: 110 Pasir Ris Central #02-03, Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Singapore 519641
Opening hours: 12pm to 8pm, daily

5. Lawa Bintang (Muslim-owned)

Nobody can resist a good plate of nasi lemak but Lawa Bintang takes it a notch higher by putting a Western spin on it. It has the right luxurious ingredients for the popular lobster nasi lemak 😍

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Just the aesthetics of this whole lobster cooked to delectably red perfection with its coat of cheese and herbs could rival any restaurant’s seafood platter, wouldn’t you agree? 😉

This stall also features delectable Western-styled proteins on top its bed of fluffy nasi lemak such as smoked duck, grilled salmon, crayfish and giant squid!

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Address: 9008 Tampines Street 93, Singapore 528843
Opening hours: Tue to Sun: 9am – 2pm. Closed on Mondays

6. Western stall @ Raimah Eating House (Muslim-owned)

Many rave about Raimah’s delicious Malay cuisine like the nasi goreng and nasi padang. But this Western stall has other stellar recommendations that are not to be missed!

Take the bullet pepper steak for instance: juicy charred steak smothered with a brown peppery sauce and a side of broccoli, baby corn, carrot slices and mashed potatoes to round up the dish.

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How about some lamb rack instead in the same sweet and fiery black pepper sauce? A gorgeous picture of burger and fries that will get your tummy growling! I mean, look at all that cheese 🤤

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Address: 56 Jalan Kembangan, Seafood Western, Singapore 419120
Opening Hours: 3pm to 12am, daily


7. ButterNut (Halal-certified)

Cheap clean eats are increasingly popular and if you have not found the heart (or stomach 😜) to move to the healthier side, ButterNut is a good place to start! This stall offers hearty Western and Fusion cuisine that are not just yummy but also good for you! From salads to pastas and pizzas, this Western hawker stall is truly something different 😋

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What’s great about ButterNut is that they offer customisable salad bowls, so you can choose what you want to eat for the day. 😄 Be picky in their array of proteins (chicken, duck, salmon or ebi), base (brown rice, quinoa, mixed greens or tri-colour fusilli) and sides. Be sure to dress your salad too! Now, who says healthy food are bland and boring?

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Address: 3 Yung Sheng Road #02-108, Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, Singapore 618499
Opening hours: Sun, Wed & Thurs: 11am to 2pm, 6pm to 9pm; Fri & Sat: 11am to 2pm, 6pm to 11pm. Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

8. Nadim’s Delights (Muslim-owned)

This may not be a burger-centric stall, but Nadim’s Delights features a burger dish worthy of your trip to Jurong. Introducing: The Burger Banjir 😱

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This lip-smacking dish comes with double chicken patties tucked between soft buns and topped with coleslaw instead of fresh lettuce. Skinny fries and baked beans are served as sides. A definite mess to sink your teeth into but really worth getting a little untidy for! Savour the light cheese sauce and tender chicken with each bite 😌

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If cheese is not your thing,this stall also features your usual Western food items like chicken wings, spring chicken and fish and chips. So there’s really something for everyone!


Address: 508 Jurong West Street 52, Ayza’s Restaurant, Singapore 640508
Opening hours: 12pm to 10pm, daily

9. I Love Burger Lah! (Muslim-owned)

Forget your basic hamburgers and salted fries. Instead, delve in to a different hawker dining experience with these innovative burger hawkers. And of these stalls is I Love Burger Lah! at Ghim Moh Food Center.

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Be sure to try their zi char-inspired Har Cheong Gai Burger. A chicken patty deep fried in prawn paste batter topped with smoky BBQ sauce and maple syrup; a burger bursting with sweet and salty!

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I Love Burger Lah! also has their tempting sides of fancy fries: Salted Egg, Truffle and even Salted Caramel with Himalayan Pink Salt. The sweet and savoury combination is back at it again where salted caramel is drizzled over a bed of shoestring fries and sprinkled with gem-like pink salt 😋

Address: 20 Ghim Moh Road #01-06, Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre, Singapore 270020
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm, daily

10. The Bread Gang (Muslim-owned)

Here, the Western fare isn’t your usual steaks, fish and chips, and burgers. Instead, you’ll get toasted bread stuffed to the brim with delicious ingredients and all at such affordable prices! The Bread Gang, located at Aiman Cafe, offers an extensive menu of sandwiches, wraps, quesadillas and sides 😍

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Everyone is familiar with the local sammie known as roti john but what about a cheese-drenched take on this crowd favourite? Called The Roti John Cheeseburger, this is a mash of local and Western sandwich goodness into one extremely cheesy dish!

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Don’t miss out their heavenly bowl of Rendang wedges! There’s no need to wait for Raya to taste some really good rendang 😜

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Address: 235 Jurong East Street 21, Aiman Cafe, Singapore 600235
Opening hours: 11am to 11pm, daily

11. Moustache Burger (Muslim-owned)

If you’re craving for simple, no-frills yet good quality homemade burgers, Moustache Burger should be your go-to place! This burger stall tucked quietly in ABC Brickworks Market near Queensway Shopping Centre has quite a straightforward menu. But the end burgers are always so mouth-watering 😋

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You can be assured that this burger would taste different from the rest, as it’s owned by a Japanese Muslim!

For something a little bit more dressed up, the Cordon Blue Burger features fried chicken thigh stuffed with cheese and turkey ham and topped with coleslaw and grilled onions. All orders come with a side of thick-cut fries that are crispy on the outside and tenderly fluffy on the inside 😋

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Address: 6 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-50, ABC Brickworks Market, Singapore 150006
Opening hours: Sun – Fri: 12pm to 2:30pm, and 6:30pm to 9pm. Closed on Saturdays

We’re sure these stalls can satisfy all your Western food cravings. The best part is you don’t have to break the bank for a belly full of awesome food! So plan a trip to these hidden gems quick to enjoy a delicious meal of burgers, steak and fries 🍟

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