This US chain wasn’t one I had heard of before I saw it in Melawati Mall in KL. Research suggests it has a presence in eight, mostly Muslim, countries outside the US, with just the one outlet in Malaysia. I went during the fasting month in daylight, so it was pretty empty (although one customer was doing his best to boost profits…more later).
One thing which sets it apart from them is the Triple Triple – nine beef patties in the burger plus nine slices of cheese. The sort of burger no-one ever actually orders.
They also do ‘Irish Nachos’, which is like nachos but with crisps instead of tortilla chips.
I went for the veggie burger, unsurprisingly. Oddly, it is the same price on its own as with skin-on chips and a small dip; I also added chillies and pickles for an extra 50 sen each. The burger is like a quorn chicken fillet – not exactly tasty but substantial. It was all fine, and would perhaps have been improved by one of their dipping sauces.
Did I say no-one would order the Triple Triple? This intrepid gentleman did. He told me he was passing and felt hungry…and then felt really hungry! I had to leave before he finished, but he had eaten half way through the burger and was confident he would finish. Fair play.
Anyway, I will drag a meat eater or two to Wayback at some point and update this then. For now, just an average rating, but with an eye on elevation due to reasonable value for money. If the carnivores enjoy it…
Address: L3-16B, Melawati Mall, 355 Jalan Bandar Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur