When we headed up to KL, I knew I would be stacking up the calories on the quintessential Ramly Burger. Malaysia is, after all, the motherland of the Ramly, and the burgers here come at half the price you would get at Singapore's night markets. A new kid has made its presence felt though, and for all its worth I think the Ramly has met its match. Never mind that it's just "90% pure meat", heck sausages are processed too. So ladies and gents, here's presenting: the Oblong Burger.
Because you already know that you're stuffing yourself late into the night with a mayonnaise-packed, oil-soaked burger, the only way to make things better is to do it with style by going double patty and adding a fried egg to top it off. Don't be confused by the Ramly packaging by the way, somehow that's all the wraps that the hawker had.
The result? A delicious supper treat that, for the lack of a better description, puts you on a high like no other local burger would - I dare say, not even the Ramly. Juicy patties (it helped that there were two of them) packed with mayo, peppers, and chilli sauce - it's a cardiac sin, but boy did it feel awesome.
About RM8 for double patties and fried egg.
At the tail-end of Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang.
Pictures taken with the Canon Ixus 80 IS.