Top 3 Burger Joints In KL And Selangor For Best Burgers In Malaysia

Ever enjoyed your weekend with a few days off to take a break? Sometimes we might all need a good food hunt during those times as a way for us to chill. It’s a good way to try food such as burgers in Malaysia from various places and have a great meal. Do you know that some people go for food hunting as a way to relieve their stress after a week of hard work at their workplace? They found that having good food can actually increase their moods and help them heal from their busy daily routines. Besides, food hunting is a good way to bond with your family members or friends. This is because you will need to discuss (or argue, normally) on where to go and what to eat. This actually allows you to have fun and be yourself as you enjoy your food hunting with others. If you wish to be alone on your food hunt, go ahead and enjoy being a lone wolf! There’s nothing wrong with that as it is understandable that some people do not like others seeing them eat a lot especially the girls. So it is logical if you want to have a me-time and enjoy your day on your own. That is actually a great therapy to calm your mind and have a relaxing drive with a break from communicating with people. 

The Fun of Food Hunting

As we talked about food hunting, do you know that people who love food hunting do not endanger their health or have bad eating habits, unlike some rumors going around? Some people actually believe that food hunting encourages people to eat in unhealthy ways as they often eat a lot at one time. This is not true, however, as these food hunters actually have a good physical build and eating habits. It is true that they might inhale certain types of food with high calorie or oily food like various burgers in Malaysia when they go food hunting. However, it depends on your motivation to stay healthy. 

Can’t decide where to start food hunting?  Honestly, it differs from the people themselves. Some food hunters only go around for exotic and unique dishes. It could also be another establishment with the best servings of local dishes they could offer. An example is them trying out burgers in Kuala Lumpur to taste all the burgers from chosen joints in the city. Now that we are talking about burger hunting, let’s see the top 5 burger joints in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor if you are looking for the best burgers in Malaysia.

The Daily Grind, Bangsar

Source: Asia Tatler

One of the joints worth checking out if you are craving for some juicy burgers that are also very aesthetic for your social media posts. The Daily Grind has a lot of regular customers due to its reputation of serving burgers with juicy patties and special sauces. The variety of choices makes this joint a fun place for food hunting as it offers about 16 types of the best burgers in Malaysia, even if you’re craving lamb shank stew or lobster mac and cheese! There’s more on the menu where you can order their to-die-for old fashioned waffles as desserts and some drinks, too. 

Contact Details

Address: LG8 Lower Ground Floor, Bangsar Village I, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur

Business Hours: 11.00AM – 10.30PM daily

Contact Number:  +603 2287 6708 / +603 2031 6568

Email: [email protected]

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myBurgerLab, Selangor

Located at 14, Jalan 21/22, SeaPark, 46300 Petaling Jaya, this is another place worth driving to if you are hunting for some burgers in Malaysia to satisfy your cravings. What’s special about the burgers here at myBurgerLab are that they used black-colored buns which adds the value of its visuals and make it look so much more attractive. If you are a fan of gourmet burgers, this is the right place for you! 

Contact Details

Address: 14, Jalan 21/22, SeaPark, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Business Hours: 11.00AM – 7.45PM (Monday – Sunday)

Contact Number: 010 369 5275

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Seventythirty.kl, Subang Jaya

This joint is one of the best roadside burgers in Malaysia ever! With customer’s all-time favorites such as Lord of The Onion and Double O Boo burgers, even the names created by Seventythirty.kl are super catchy where they make you curious what the contents of the burgers are. The customer reviews are flooded with how the burgers have juicy patties and the portion is big for one person. In addition, it is said to be a joint for exclusively the best burger in Klang Valley. If you are a busy individual, this joint is perfect for you because delivery and take-away are available for the joint. 

Contact Details

Address: Jalan SS 17/1A, Ss 17, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Business Hours: 05.15PM – 09.00PM (Wednesday – Sunday)

Contact Number: +60 11 2662 9697

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Final Words

Hopefully, this has been helpful if you have no idea where to go for your next food hunting. After all, burgers are always a nice choice for lunch spots. These few burger joints might not be the most popular burgers in Malaysia, but it is guaranteed that these underrated burger joints will be satisfying for your food palette. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Regarding Burgers

Are burgers named after something?

Apparently, the Historical Society explained that burgers are named after a Hamburg Steak. Hamburg Steak is also a food which local German immigrants are familiar with, hence hamburgers are burgers that we know of today.

How to recognise good burgers?

Good burgers are not focused entirely on just the fillings. It is said to opt for classic seeded bun, milk or potato buns as your burger buns. Toasted or grilled buns are the best, as it brings out the flavour of the fillings more. Also, keep a lookout for the chosen meat, sauces and vegetables in the burger. Lacking one of these ingredients can potentially bring your burger from a solid 5 to just a 3 or 2.

What is the secret ingredient to juicy meat on the burger?

To ensure you have the best burger experience, with the burst of flavours and the juiciness and tenderness of the meat, the trick is to add chopped mushrooms when making the burger patties. For every pound of ground beef, add 1/2 pound of mushrooms for extra umami for your burgers.

What is the difference between homemade burgers and restaurant burgers?

There are a few differences, one is the ingredients used to make the burgers. Homemade burgers tend to use ingredients that are already available, or one would opt for the cheaper version of meat or sauces. However, restaurants ensure that they serve their customers with only the best service and quality. Besides, the tools that restaurants used play an important role in making the best burger for their customers.

Why does some chef put an ice cube on a burger?

The ice cube is one trick they learn to ensure that the burger does not overcook or dry up during cooking. Adding the ice cube will add extra moisture to the beef, hence simultaneously creating juicy meat when served to the customers.

Taeha Firdaus
Taeha Firdaus
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