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Whamilicious Burgers At Wham

Wham! Burgers has been one of those burger joints established in the early Y2K that surpassed a decade. So that means only one thing- the burgers are good! We used to hangout at the branch in Shangri-La Plaza years ago especially when daughter attended pre-school there (super long time ago).




Whammer. Burger with bacon is always a winner. However, biting daintily into this huge "whammer" may prove daunting but the thrill is there. And oh, did I mention that it has onion rings also? Thumbs up!


Spaghetti Fries. A fusion of two favorites.


U-Turn Sausage. Tastes divine. Simply the best. I fell in love with this. Best paired with Wham's Bavaria beer.


Chicken Burger.


Double Whammy. And I thought Whammer is huge but this --- is challenging to bite especially for dainty ladies who happen to have an appetite for big burgers. But I really like the char-grilled patties. Yum!







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