ROADSIDE burger stalls are go-to locations for these craving one thing meaty at night time.
Burger followers have been seen flocking to Seventythirty.kl, queueing up for one of many stall’s creations.
Situated at SS17 in Subang Jaya, the stall has greater than 10 varieties of burgers starting from beef and rooster to fish.
Stall house owners, Mohd Najib Halime and Sasha Adnan, convey out the perfect of their “smashed” burgers.
Right here, the patties are pressed and flipped, then seasoned earlier than slices of cheese are positioned on prime of every patty.
The thought behind a smashed burger is to flatten the patty to extend its floor space so it will get the many of the browning course of and develops a pleasant caramelised crust.
Mohd Hajib and Sasha began the stall due to their ardour for meals.
“We each take pleasure in meals, particularly burgers,” mentioned Sasha.
“After I was a stewardess, I typically went to the US and I beloved the style of American burgers.
“They don’t seem to be the same old chilli sauce-based burger,” Sasha mentioned, including that it was the explanation why they began making smashed burgers.
The patties are home-made too.
“We begin our day early within the morning because the patties are made contemporary day-after-day.
“The patties are constructed from New Zealand and Australian beef,” she mentioned.
Based on Sasha, they promote over 200 to 250 burgers a day.
The bestsellers from the meat choices, she mentioned, had been Say Cheese! and The Prettiest Star.
The previous comprised a home mix Australian beef patty, melted mozzarella and orange cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles and home-made burger sauce.
The latter, Sasha’s favorite, has a home mix Australian beef patty, American cheese, sunny-side up egg, beef bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and home-made barbeque sauce.
Say Cheese! was distinctive from this author’s first chew into the burger.
The patty was wealthy and juicy whereas the sauce tangy and pungent.
The sauce was constructed from mustard and pickles.
For The Prettiest Star, the mix of luscious beef and burst of egg yolk was lovely.
“A few of my prospects love the style of each burgers so what they do is mix them.
“Additionally they add cheese on prime, making it a healthful burger,” she added.
Apart from beef burgers, the stall has rooster burgers corresponding to The Bok Bok, Korean Fried Hen and Aloha.
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, Hey Fish!, which has Cajun-spiced pan-grilled salmon fillet topped with greens, tomatoes, pickles and home-made honey mustard sauce, can also be accessible.
The value of the burgers vary from RM10 to RM27.
Seventythirty.kl is positioned in SS17, Subang Jaya, on the roadside dealing with Petron station.
It opens from 7.30pm to 11.30pm, aside from Mondays and Tuesdays.
For particulars, name 011-2662 9697.