Burger places in Kuala Lumpur have developed from fast-food chains like McDonalds and Burger King to a variety of locally owned establishments serving delicious burger variations. By artfully combining local and international flavors into the quintessential comfort meal of the United States.

Burger connoisseurs, late-night city drinkers looking for a great bite, and visitors to Malaysia who simply miss the flavor of a decent burger frequent these burger establishments. Here are the 5 greatest locations in Malaysia for juicy burgers, ranging from decadent pig burgers with crunchy pork grease to juicy chicken patties sandwiched between unusual jet black bamboo buns.


1. Burgertory

Burgertory, a home-grown cafe in Subang Jaya’s Section 15, serving deliciously handmade pork, beef, and vegetarian burgers from 18:00 onwards. It’s difficult to choose a favorite, but Burgertory’s decadent selection of pork burgers is undeniably the major attraction.

The Swine Bacon and Cheese Burger is highly recommended. The thick 100 percent quality pork patty, priced at RM16, comes near to perfection in terms of juiciness and taste, while the two strips of bacon and the melted slice of cheddar cheese amp up both the flavor and the calorie count. Try the Burgertory Treasure (RM13), which features a thick pig patty laced with crunchy pork lard croutons and melted cheddar cheese.

2. MyBurgerLab

The award-winning MyBurgerLab, a Kuala Lumpur-based burger joint that opened in 2012, is a strong contender for the top burger joints in the city. A long line forms as soon as it opens, attracting a broad audience of burger connoisseurs and late-night city drinkers, but we assure you that it is well worth the wait.

A Beautiful Mess (RM18) is a handmade beef patty sandwiched between two fluffy black bamboo charcoal buns with fried Portobello mushrooms, a sunny side-up egg, and melted mozzarella cheese. While the patties is thinner than other burger establishments in KL, it is skillfully prepared to be both well-textured and melt-in-your-mouth juicy, producing in a satisfyingly flavorful burger.

3. Fat Boy’s Burger Bar

Fat Boy’s Burger Bar on Avenue K is noted for its unique and imaginative burger combinations that come in large servings and with enticing flavors. The Bleu Peppercorn (RM18) is one of the most popular options, with a delicious beef patty sprinkled in black pepper, crunchy onion rings, and handmade blue cheese dressing sandwiched between two fluffy sesame seed buns.

Diners at Fat Boy’s Burger Bar are also encouraged to be creative with their own personalized burgers. They can start with a white sesame, whole wheat, or honey oat bun, then add a chicken, beef, or pork patty and a range of add-ons like bacon and guacamole, as well as sautéed shitake mushrooms and grilled bananas. Finally, guests can customize their burger by adding sauces like wasabi mayonnaise and peanut butter.

4. Ramly Burger Stalls

Ramly Burger Vendors are humble roadside burger stalls that serve some of KL’s best and most affordable burgers. Since 1979, this well-known brand has been satisfying the empty stomachs of Kuala Lumpur residents, and its kiosks can be found almost wherever in the city.

Prices range from RM1.60 to RM4 per serving, with satisfyingly substantial amounts – ideal for munching after a late night out. The Ramly Burger Special is available in addition to the standard beef and chicken burgers (RM2.90), The patty is first prepared with margarine, onions, cabbage, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, and Maggie seasoning before being wrapped in a thin layer of omelette egg as a must-try snack.

5. Burger Junkyard

True to its name, Burger Junkyard is a gourmet burger eatery in Kota Damansara with stylish junkyard-chic furnishings that’s well-known for its hefty, innovative meaty sandwiches with equally funny titles. The Beef In Blankets (RM18.90), a pork-free burger place in Kota Damansara, is a definite must-try.

With a substantially thick beef patty wrapped in many layers of salty, moist bacon strips, crunchy raw onions, delicious tomatoes, and the restaurant’s trademark three-cheese sauce topping it. Try the Vampire Slayer (RM18.90), which features intense yet stimulating flavors thanks to its combination of beef patty with garlic croutons, garlic roasted tomatoes, and garlic butter, all topped with garlic confit sauce.