Western stall in Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop sells sloppy burgers with flavours like Szechuan, kimchi & more from S$8.20

Fusion burgers without burning a hole in your pocket.
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For those tired of mainstream Western fare, here’s something new and unconventional to introduce your tastebuds.

Abang Western Power is a stall at Deli Coffee Shop in Ang Mo Kio selling burgers with a twist, as well as other western classics.

Abang Western Power stall in Ang Mo Kio
Photo via Deli Coffee Shop Facebook Page

Burgers with international flavours

The stall’s speciality is undeniably its burgers, and these are not the run-of-the-mill bread and meat patties combo you might expect from the typical western food shop.

A variety of multi-cultural flavours lends uniqueness to the burgers here, available in beef and chicken options.

The burgers are reasonably priced, with prices ranging from S$8.20 – S$9.20 per serving inclusive of fries.

Here’s a look at some of them:

Abang Ol Skool Double Patty Beef Burger, S$9.20

Abang Ol Skool Double Patty Beef Burger
Abang Ol Skool Double Patty Beef Burger. Photo by Abang Western Power

A signature item of Abang Western Power, this sloppy burger features double juicy home-made beef patties dressed with cheese and caramelised onions in between two toasted brioche buns.

Oppa Kimchi Chicken Burger, S$8.20

Oppa Kimchi Chicken Burger
Oppa Kimchi Chicken Burger. Photo by Abang Western Power

A local chicken burger given a Korean twist! Juicy chicken thigh is topped with cheese and actual kimchi for that added zing.

If you’re more adventurous, other bold flavours on the burger menu include Szechuan and Masala.

Sliders Set, S$8.20

Sliders Set
Sliders Set. Photo by Abang Western Power

Perfect for sharing or kids, the Sliders Set features mini versions of two of the stall’s burger offerings: Abang beef burger and masala spiced chicken burger.

Chicken chop, ribeye steak, and fish & chips

Burgers aside, the Muslim-owned stall also serves other familiar favourites like Chicken Chop (S$7.80), Ribeye Steak (S$14.20) and Grilled Salmon with Butter Cream Sauce (S$12.80).

Customers get to choose two sides and one sauce to go along with their mains.

If you’re looking for more fish options, the stall’s Fish & Chips (S$7.80) might be of interest. The breaded version is likely something most are accustomed to, but there’s also a UK style version that coats the fish in a crispy battered crust.

Abang Western Power Uk Style Battered Fish & Chips
UK Style Battered Fish & Chips. Photo by Abang Western Power
SG Style Breaded Fish & Chips
SG Style Breaded Fish & Chips. Photo by Abang Western Power


Whilst we agree that the burgers and western classics look super tempting, don’t dismiss the pastas on the menu just yet.

Abang Western Power offers six types of pasta from S$5.80 onwards.

Mushroom Fusilli Cream Sauce (S$6.80)

Mushroom Fusilli Cream Sauce
Mushroom Fusilli Cream Sauce. Photo by Abang Western Power

Meatball Linguine Marinara (S$7.80)

Meatball Linguini Marinara with chilli padi
Meatball Linguine Marinara. Photo by Abang Western Power

Check out the rest of their offerings in the menu below:

Abang Western Power Full Menu
Photo by Abang Western Power

Abang Western Power

Address: 340 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 560340
Halal Status: Muslim-owned
Opening hours: Tue to Thu 11:30am – 1pm, Fri & Sat 11:30am – 2am, Sun 11.30am – 10pm
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Top photos by Abang Western Power.

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