Ramli burger, Malaysia’s very own version of this “western” food is unique in it’s choices of ingredient and method of preparation. This distinctly Malaysian food has been well received by the locals and tourists alike ever since it was first introduced in 1979.
Mizi Burger has been operating for about 10 years.
I had the experience of working at a McD kitchen in my younger years (which resulted me not eating French fries for a good 10 years), and I can tell you that the way they cook a burger is completely different from the Ramly style.
Although the burger might be prepared slightly varied from one stall to the other, the basics remain the same, and the unique techniques not usually found in western worlds are:
- slicing the burger patty into two (while keeping them intact ala clam shell style) and add seasonings in the middle
- pan frying the buns with butter on the same cooking surface
- wrapping the egg around the meat patty, with more seasoning, for the special option
The other ingredients include raw or fried onion, cucumber, lettuce, plenty of chili sauce, and even more mayonnaise. All the good stuff that your personal doctor advice against. You can also add cheese, or double up the meat patties, basically limitless customization.
this is how we like our burgers prepared
Mizi Burger is one of such burger places. Located just next to the SS2 Fire Station, this particular stall has been in business for some 10 years. After badminton the other night, I bought myself a beef special (beef patty + egg) burger for a measly RM 2.50, a steal!
The burger was very juicy and flavorful, with no less than 3-4 different types of seasonings on the beef and egg. Topped with mayonnaise, butter, and the sweetish chili sauce, this burger was as tasty as it was messy.
This burger stall is situated right next to the SS2 Fire Station
Mizi Burger opens from 8-12pm daily and closes on Sundays.
SS2/2 Petaling Jaya
GPS: 3.125765, 101.623015
Phone: 013-347 0570