Recently, I saw someone sharing this Char Koay Teow basah topped with flower crabs in Facebook. It drew my attention so I went looking for it immediately. Char Kuey Teow Ketam Berasap ZLR is located in Batu Caves and although it sounds far, the journey took us only about 15 minutes from Kepong via MRR2.
Before burger bakar and gourmet burgers became a thing, street burgers ruled. Among the thousands of burger stalls in KL, one of them enjoyed a legendary reputation as the sloppiest, greasiest but also being the best. And that's Om Burger.
Synonymous to great restaurants and bars in KL, the vibrant strip of Changkat Bukit Bintang comes alive evening onwards. During the day, the street is quiet and suitable for family and couples who prefer to dine in a quieter and more relaxed environment. Opium KL, one of Werner's Group's restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its stylish Shanghai setting and eclectic selection of Oriental fusion dishes. Think Norwegian Salmon in curry and Kung Pao styled Angus beef medallions.
Named after their signature burger, Big Papa is a new burger stall in Gou Lou Mamak & Western Food (高佬妈妈档) started by a bunch of young entrepreneurs not long ago. To make a mark, they came up with a humongous eight inch burger that's bigger than a personal pizza.
Sometimes all you want is to chow down a burger that won't cost around 20 bucks. You don't need the burger to be made with 100% Australian grain fed beef, organic lettuce, homemade secret sauces and served sandwiched in a charcoal bun. In Gombak, there exists a burger stall that outsells McDonald's just across the street and it's called Daily Burger.
Did a drop by to Damansara Uptown recently and found that Brother John was replaced by Burger-mbira, another popular burger stall which originated from Shah Alam. From what we were told, the coffee shop owner actually went out and around tasting numerous burgers to look for a replacement for Brother John. In the end, Burger-mbira was chosen and was persuaded to relocate here.