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Subangites, You Can Now Order A Ramly Burger And Have It Delivered To You For Free!

Perfect for your late-night cravings.

Cover image via @foodpandamy

Ask any Malaysian if they love a good Ramly burger, the answer will most likely be an enthusiastic "YES!"

Who's getting hungry?

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Immortalised alongside the likes of nasi lemak, roti canai, and satay in Malaysian food culture, the makan icon is highly beloved by locals from all walks of life.

Created in 1979 by Ramly Monkin, a typical Ramly burger consists of a beef or chicken patty, margarine, onions, an egg, cabbage, mayonnaise, Worcester sauce, and chilli sauce. However, this list is subjective as the burgers are highly customizable.

Different variations of Ramly burger has emerged over the years, like the highly popular "Burger Special" which consists of an egg-covered pattie.

The sloppy burger is normally enjoyed during supper

But when it comes to late-night cravings, there's always a dilemma - you're feeling peckish, but you've slipped into your comfy house clothes, and going out for a bite seems to be quite a chore.

Well, if you're a Subangite and a Ramly burger enthusiast, March is your lucky month.

You'd be happy to know that a food delivery service wants to deliver a tantalising RM2.00 Ramly to your doorstep for free!

Image via @foodpandamy

As part of their #MyNostalgiaRamly campaign, foodpanda - a food delivery service with operations all around Southeast Asia - is shining the spotlight on the popular street food with free deliveries all over the Subang area.

The Burger Shop located in SS15 will be serving the burgers. Priced from RM2.00, you can opt for a cheese add-on just by topping up RM0.60.

Image via foodpanda

The burgers will be available from 9pm to 12am for every Monday in the month of March. No minimum order is required.

You'd still be able to order a Ramly burger on other days, but a RM5.00 delivery fee will be charged, the same apply to pre-orders.

Our Mondays this March are definitely looking less blue now!

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Head over to foodpanda for more details on the campaign!

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