Malaysian burger

There is many variation of burger throughout the world. Each country has their own way of preparing burger. In Malaysia, we have our own unique way of preparing burgers.

According to Wikipedia the definition of burger are as follow:

A burger is a food, typically considered a sandwich, consisting of one or more cooked patties—usually ground meat, typically beef—placed inside a sliced bread roll or bun. The patty may be pan fried, grilled, smoked or flame broiled.

In Malaysia, the most popular brand of burger would be Ramly Burger. Ramly Burger brand is synonym and the most widely used as ingredient by street stall that is selling burger.

Last night I planned to get Yong tau Foo for dinner, however, the stall that is selling Yong tau foo was closed. Next to the Yong tau foo stall is a stall that were selling burger.

I was really hungry and I didn't prepare for an alternative, so I decided to buy burger from the stall. I ordered Special Beef Burger for USD1.25. There was another six customer in front of me that is waiting for their order to complete.

While waiting for my burger to be prepared, I took few shots of the burger stall. Overall, it took me 15 minutes of waiting time before I get my burger. To elaborate, my burger consist of:

  1. Beef patty wrapped in thin fried egg
  2. Onion and lettuce
  3. Pineapple slice
  4. Beef bacon
  5. Chili sauce & mayonnaise

all of the ingredient are then sandwiched between two bun.

1. Burger Ghairah stall (Ghairah = Passionate)


2. Stall crew preparing the burger patty. Another crew preparing the bun and dressings


3. Beef and Chicken patty being grilled



4. The finished product is being wrapped in a paper wrapping


5. Malaysian burger is always sloppy to eat


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