"Cheesy Monstrous Burgers!"
From a first glance at the menu, you can tell they take inspiration from everyone’s favourite colonel. When they first set up, they started with the Crave, which is a chicken burger smothered in cheese sauce. Now they have expanded to include other dishes like the Ultimatum and the Mighty Mezz.
"The King Is Here!"
Zam Burger is operated by Shafizam hence the name Zam Burger, a chirpy chap with 12 years of burger cooking experience. Zam Burger has an extensive menu to order from, there is the your not-so-average burger (we’ll get to that), hot dogs, chicken burgers, nuggets, fries and even canned drinks.
"Serving Burgers for More Than 20 Years!"
In front of 7-11 at Sea Park, Petaling Jaya (opposite of Ali food Corner), lies a burger truck known as Burger ANZ. The business was started in 1995 by Mr. Zainal, he's been serving burgers for 21 years, it gotta count for something. And that something is, really good roadside burgers. On average, he sells 160 burgers a day. Currently, he runs the truck with the help of his son, daughter and nephew.
"Awesome Roadside Burgers!"
The secret to a good roadside burger? Balance. It has to have the correct amount of mayo, black pepper sauce and chilli sauce combined with the grill to create a burger with just enough sloppiness and grease to make it messy yet sinfully scrumptious. At Hassan Burger, that’s exactly what you get.
"From pauper... to King!"
If you to go to Raja Burger maybe, just maybe, you would just think to yourself: “Oh it’s just a regular dude, selling burgers.
” Then let’s say you stick around until he closes… and then you see him drive off in a Merc SLK sports car
. Next thing you know, you’re lying in bed, dreaming about owning a burger stall of your own. More »
"Burgers bigger than your face!"
How dedicated are you to a burger? Or rather to finding out what makes great burgers? We've heard about how some people go to extreme lengths to have the best culinary experience of their lives... but to actually do a thesis on it? That is some dedication, my friend. And that is exactly what Abu Yazid, of Yazid Burgers, is doing. More »
"The accidental burgerman"
Bobby’s behind-his-house burger joint seems to be many things. The local takeout for one, a neighbourhood hangout and of course a bustling business. Manning the grill almost single handedly, on a weekday Bobby finishes 8 packs of buns (a pack contains 40 buns) easy and it goes beyond 11 packs on weekends. His patties are grilled in a slew of olive oil. Sometime back he noticed that many of his customers left their burgers unfinished, finding margarine grilled patties a little too much to take. “Once I experimented with olive oil, I saw there were less leftovers so I stuck with it,” he explained. However, fear not. Like any good burger seller he douses his burgers with enough oil to fry it; and with grease from his patties what you get is still your much-loved street burger, sloppy to the point of madness.