Hambaobao Returns With Rendang Brisket Burger And Pork Belly Pineapple Jam Burger For Four Days Only
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Hambaobao Pop-Up Returns With Rendang Brisket Burger And Pork Belly Pineapple Jam Burger In Bukit Timah

5th August 2021

Hambaobao pop-up at Bukit Timah

To all Hambaobao fans, they’re back yet again for a second pop-up event at Bukit Timah. Unlike their first pop-up at Yeast Side, Hambaobao will be hosted this time around by Orh Gao Taproom, a cosy, kopitiam-inspired bar. The best part━they’ll be serving their burgers for not only two, but four days.

hambaobao stall

This Hambaobao pop-up will be available on the 7, 8, 11, and 13 August. Unlike their previous pop-up, which saw two-hour queues and disappointed customers who had to be turned away, it’ll be fastest fingers first this time, as the only way to get your hands on their burger is through Orh Gao Taproom’s pre-order form. Do note that only self pick-ups are available from 12pm each day.

hambaobao siobak burger

For those who aren’t familiar with Hambaobao, it was a hawker stall at Beauty World run by a husband-and-wife duo, selling affordable burgers with a local twist. These flavours included Crispy Pork Belly ($5) and Ayam Buah Keluak ($5), which unfortunately won’t be available during this pop-up. 

Look forward instead to two never-seen-before flavours—Pulled Beef Brisket Rendang Burger ($11.90+) and Pork Belly Pineapple Jam Burger ($11.90+), both of which are a preview of the menu at their upcoming permanent store in Jalan Besar. 

hambaobao new flavour
Image credit:
@orhgaotaproom

The former features pulled beef brisket rendang, another local-inspired burger, topped with sweet caramelised onions, lettuce, and a fried egg between toasted burger buns. If not, try something unique with their pork belly burger, which looks to be a zhnged-up version of the Crispy Pork Belly, slathered with pineapple jam, and crunchy pickles to add an extra zing. 

For a more substantial meal, consider pairing your burgers with their optional add-ons. These include fries ($3), a pint of lager ($10), or canned drinks ($2)

While you are there, you can also check out Orh Gao Taproom’s menu for other bar bites, mains, and side dishes to jazz up your meal. However, do note that their kitchen is only open on Saturdays from 4pm to 8pm. 

Even if you miss this chance to try out their burgers, fret not, as Hambaobao will be opening a ‘2.0’ store in TRIO Building soon. It is said to launch by September, so keep your eyes peeled for any updates on their Instagram page or Facebook page.

If you’re looking for more food options around the area, check out our Botanic Gardens food guide. Alternatively, read our BBBurgers review for another wallet-friendly, burger hawker stall. 

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Address: 10 Jalan Serene, #01-03 Serene Centre, Singapore 258748
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12pm to 8pm 
Tel: 87492755
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Feature image adapted from @orhgaotaproom and Eatbook’s posts.

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