[PHOTOS] The 5 Most Sesat Yet Sinfully Sedap Burgers In Malaysia
1. The Crazy Sinful Deep Fried Chicken As Buns Of The Double Down Maxx Burger
Wahh we found out that the KFC Double Down burger is back! But the new version is bigger and better, aptly named The Double Down Maxx (emphasis on the double xx). It has 2 Zinger fillets as the buns, with hashbrown, chipotle sauce and cheese sandwiched in between. I think I know what I'm having for dinner. For a week.
Where: Available at all KFC outlets near you
2. Go Home Ramen Burger, You're Drunk! You Belong In A Bowl.
Because eating instant noodles and burgers separately is too much work. When both worlds collide, we get this strangely beautiful (or is it beautifully strange?) creation of a ramen burger. The ramen burger craze started in Brooklyn courtesy of Keizo Shimamoto and you can now try it in Penang. They even have a very local-fied version, Satay Chicken Ramen Burger!
Where: Javrie’s Restaurante & Pizzeria, 163-D-16, 18, 19, Gurney Paragon, Gurney Drive, 10250, Penang.
3. The Oddly Satisfying Japanese-Western Fusion Sushi-Like Kinoko Gohanburger
Sticking to the theme of unconventional burger buns, this is absolutely perfect for those who need their daily intake of rice! The rice patties are hand-shaped and diners get a choice of pork or beef patty. The burger also comes with a side of house wasabi mayo, herbed fries and a bed of fresh greens.
Where: The Grind Burger Bar, 7, Jalan 17/45, Seksyen 17, 46400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
4. The Insanely Large Stacks Of Juicy Patties Of The Burger Bakar Tower
This burger is definitely not for the faint-hearted and sounds more like a challenge than a meal. Like the name suggests, it is a tower of meat patties stacked on top of each other. If you want a taste of this outrageous burger, you would have to put in a custom request. Just let them know how many patties you want stacked up!
Where: Location to all 19 Burger Bakar Abang Burn franchise can be found here
5. The Matterhorn AKA If You Can Finish It You Can Rule The World
Ever imagine yourself chomping down on a burger the size of a dinner plate in just 45 minutes? Crazy as it may seem, Euro Deli Restaurant is offering their patrons the opportunity to try their new Matterhorn Burger and challenge them to finish it within the given time. Each participant who completes the challenge successfully will be awarded with a prize money of RM100.
Where: Euro Deli Restaurant, No.39 & 41, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim 47400, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
With such intense love for indulgent food, it's no wonder that Malaysia is the fattest country in South-East Asia. Yikes!
Malaysia is South-East Asia’s fattest country, where a nationwide foodie culture is feeding mounting concern over what its health minister calls “an obesity epidemic.” “We are the most obese nation in South-East Asia, and Malaysians are becoming more and more obese,” says Health Minister Datuk Seri S. Subramaniam, warning of a “crisis in unhealthy behaviour.”thestar.com.my