After weeks of feverish anticipation, I EAT BURGERS
kicked off last Saturday, 7/6/2014 to a huge turnout. We thought you were burger fans, but as it turned out, you guys are actually burger fanatics
! Despite the searing hot weather, all of the burger fanatics bravely endured lines just to get a taste of the Top 20 Burgers from our I EAT BURGER Heroes. We're sharing some of our favourite fan photos from Instagram! The myBurgerLab boys had fun!
The lines were long for many stalls including for myBurgerLab
(prompting a burger fan to say, "Doesn't matter where they open, stall or restaurant, I still have to queue!"), Burger Bakar Abang Burn
, Mustafa Jones Burger. Man of Man Burger Kukus Lava
didn't stop grilling from the moment they set up until the very end of the night. The sun finally went down after a searing hot day..
It was great to see the proprietors on the ground with their crew to ensure the best burgers were served. Burger Junkyard's
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So, its this Saturday
! Are you ready for the Best Burger experience in KL & PJ?
for a bigger picture.
See you there! More information about I Eat Burgers
, The Best Burger Event with 20 of the TOP Burger Sellers in One Location.
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If you’re hankering for a true southern grilled sensation of either chicken, lamb or beef burgers, then head on down to Warung Kayu Manis at Taman Melawati to get a taste of Mustafa Jones’s very own charcoal grilled burgers. Them burgs' are grilled on volcano rocks.
Hailing all the way from Brooklyn ,New York, Mustafa Jones grills all his burgers and steaks by himself, with his unique American style seasoning. Each burger takes about 20 minutes to grill, as all the flavour from the volcano rocks
seeps into the burger meat as the nice char marks leave a remarkable texture on the patties. An American Cheeseburger in Melawati
He started making his charcoal grilled burgers in 2008, well before the Burger Bakar craze began. His burgers are thick, juicy
and the meat patties have a hole in the middle to regulate temperature during cooking times. It is served with a slice of creamy cheese and a generous heaping of fresh vegetables. The dynamic duo: Mustafa Jones and his wife, Molly
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We love burgers at FriedChillies.com. So, we listed down some of the best and unique burger experiences/places that we hope represents some of the best Malaysia has to offer. From plain simple delicious Ramly street burgers to deep fried Ramly patties, flame grilled homemade patties, patties with peanut butter sauce toppings, street Ramly with green apple toppings, Soft shell crab burgers with wasabi sauce(uh huh...), otak-otak burger sandwiched between charcoal buns and more.
We started with almost 70, narrowed it down to 40... listened to our fans and judges and then cut to the final 20. Meet these "Best of the Best"
people and eat delicious burgers this 7th June during our I Eat Burgers
event. Without further delay, here are the FriedChillies.com selection for the TOP 20 Burgers in Klang Valley! (in no particular order).... Kaw Kaw Burger
Ampang Waterfront, Ampang Kaw Kaw
became a household name after they stacked up their patties into an insane tower and it went viral. Prior to that, they gained notoriety from the lines that made people curious about their burgers. Their burgers are heavily spiced, rather dense… Continue reading »
Here's a trailer of the cool burger films that will be shown at the first ever FriedChillies Food Shorties this 7th June 2014 during the I Eat Burgers Event. We got these excellent films from The New York Food Film Fest so thanks guys! NYC Food Shorties
/Films we're showing include: 1. The Best of Hamburger America
Dir. George Motz, 15 min
A documentary film by George Motz about some of the best burgers in America and the people behind them. 2. Biting into the Ramen Burger
Dir. Michael Fox, 8 min
In Brooklyn during the summer of 2013 something special happened when Keizo Shimamoto put a hamburger between 2 ramen noodle buns. Follow the very fast rise of the Ramen Burger. 3. How to Make a Turkey Burger
Dir. Jason Lam, 5:28 mins
Director Jason Lam’s redneck roommate makes a turkey bacon-wrapped turtle burger. 4. Tako NY
Dir. Kristoffer Brearton, 6 min
Meet chef Karl and his passion for this street food of Osaka, Japan
Films from FriedChillies.com
includes : 5. Street Chows - KL
Dir. FriedChillies, 7mins
Check out the burger duel between Street Chows hosts Aly and Riz at Ady Burger,… Continue reading »
In Melawati is a stall that is green. Not with envy. It’s just, literally, green. Not without good reason, though. Ana Burger in Taman Melawati is famous for putting green apples in their burgers. So, yes, green is pretty much their theme colour. Ana Burger has been around for awhile. Just mention ‘burger green apple’ in Taman Melawati and I bet everyone in the area would have heard of it. It's what they’re famous for, after all. Green is definitely a thing here.
The stall used to be quite tricky to find, but they’ve since moved to a more accessible spot in Taman Melawati.
The green apples came into their recipe when Kak Ana’s husband decided that cucumbers and tomatoes were too mushy and would make the burgers soggy. So in came the fruit, and the rest is history, we people say. The burgers here are, of course, expertly griddled and prepared. Burgers fired up on the grill!
Green apples in a burger sounds weird at first, but upon first bite, it all makes sense. Especially since the green apples used in Ana Burger are really good ones, too. They give the burgers a great crunch with a hit of sweet and sour.
It’s no surprise really: the apples pretty… Continue reading »
Mr. Will Soh got tired of the rat race and decided to travel the world to do a little soul searching. The lingering question of ‘what brings people together?’ persisted on his mind as he bag-packed in a lot of countries including the UK, Sri Lanka and Japan. Then, according to his story, on one rainy night in the USA, he went into a diner and ordered a burger. That burger, in it’s own delicious way, reminded him of the best things in life
: family and friends… and food. Mr. Will Soh, founder of Smashies Burger
So that’s when he came back and decided to bring people together through food. Through burgers, really. Smashies Burger is his baby and ever since they opened their doors about a year and a half ago, they’ve been serving happiness with their burgers.
The name comes from the ‘smash’ method. A ball of beef is placed on the grill and ‘smashed’ down until flat to give a nice crust. Burgers at Smashies are colourful.They have multi-coloured buns, made using all natural dyes and ingredients. The burgers are amusingly named too.
Take the ‘Chicken Run’, for instance. It’s a crispy chicken thigh fillet with a pineapple, tartare and hot sauce. The chicken… Continue reading »