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Simple But Delicious, These Are The 7 Best Burgers You Can Get In Malaysia

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A burger is actually a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat usually beef but can also be chicken or even fish, placed inside a sliced bread roll or bun. The patty may be served in the style of pan-fried, grilled, smoked, or flame-broiled. Burgers are often served with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, bacon, or chilies. They are also usually complimented with condiments such as ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, relish, or a ‘special sauce’ for some recipe served in any restaurant or even fast food joints.

In Malaysia, there are so many variations of burgers are available everywhere. It can be from the roadside stall that uses simple recipes of burgers but so delicious up until a five-star hotel that serves really fancy and expensive burgers. Throughout all of these burgers’ selections, people might be having a hard time choosing which burger is the best. Worry no more, because of these 7 of the best burgers in Malaysia.

1) my burger Lab in Kuala Lumpur

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This particular shop serves really good, juicy burgers on fresh buns. Amazingly, they got all sorts of unusual and tasty combinations on the menu. No shortcuts. Recommended as one of the best burger joints. A must-visit when in town. Customers can already expect to enjoy a unique concoction of burgers made by someone really passionate about the presentation and taste of the burgers. It is worth the try.

2) Don’s Burger in Miri

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This shop focuses on making their burgers the old fashion way by making them fresh and absolutely delicious. The burgers there are usually piled high with delicious toppings and oozing with sauces and flavors. Their thick beef patties served there are so big that you will definitely need to hold your burger with two hands.

3) Brader John Burger in Damansara Utama

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This shop sells the most famous street burger ever existed, now using food trucks with a variety of local brand burgers and sausages. Widely known burger for its ‘Special sauce’. Upon the first bite, people would absolutely understand why so many locals think this spot serves up some of the best burgers in Malaysia. They are actually known for slinging street-style patties at lightning speed. They also keep their ingredients there simple but fresh and delicious.

4) Flip Burger in George Town

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This particular shop is independently owned and also operated gourmet burger joint. They serve up juicy, hearty handmade burgers right in the heart of George Town. They’re well-known locally as being some of the best burgers in Malaysia. And, it’s all due to the quality of the beef.

5) Burger Banjir Larkin in Johor Bahru

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This shop serves such delectable burgers here. They are regular burgers and then they take them and smother them in melted cheese. Just a look at a photo of their iconic burgers will have you drooling. Their other burgers also are just as outrageous and flavorful.

6) Mean Mince in Petaling Jaya

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This shop is an American-themed restaurant serving burgers, sandwiches, snacks, shakes, and more. Their glorious handcrafted patties are the base of everything they do. And, the minced meat adds a unique texture to the overall meal. To top it all off, they also serve some of the thickest, creamiest milkshakes in town.

7) Abang ‘D’ Burger in Shah Alam

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Despite being a simple food stand, Abang ‘D’ Burger delivers quite the punch in terms of flavor and quality. The secret, seemingly, lies in the fact that they smother all of their dishes in a tasty sauce. While their burgers certainly don’t need a sauce to enhance the flavors, you’ll find that it’s a nice addition to the burger.

Sources: myBurgerLab, Don’s Burger, Brader John Burger, Flip Burger, Burger Banjir Larkin, Mean Mince, Abang ‘D’ Burger.

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Movie Review: ‘Don’t Listen’, Horror Movie With Unexpected Jump Scares Galore

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‘Don’t Listen’ is actually a Spanish supernatural horror film directed by Ángel Gómez Hernández. The movie follows a man who after the inexplicable death of his young son in their new home begins to experience ghostly phenomena, prompting him to seek the help of a paranormal expert.

It is one of the new films that was released on Netflix on 27th of November. This Spanish horror film has ghosts, witches and even delves into Spain’s dark past history with unexpected jump scares galore. The movie is already number charted number 9 in the U.K.’s Top 10 Films on Netflix.

What ‘Don’t Listen’ Is About

Daniel, Sara and their only son Eric are a happy family that move to an old house in the country. Working as home restaurateurs, Daniel and Sara plans for restoring and sale the house after the job be done change drastically when the own Eric is found dead in the pool close to the house. Broken by the pain, Sara moves to her parents for a days after a strong discussion with him, while Daniel keeps alone in the house. However, at the next night Daniel tapes Eric’s voice in his cell phone when he was sending an audio message to apologize Sara.

Looking for answers, Daniel meets Germán Redondo, a veteran and renowned writer and supernatural investigator specialized in electronic voice phenomena. Traveling to the house with his daughter Ruth, Germán analyzes Daniel’s audio message, installing infrared cameras hoping to find any kind of ghostly activity, while at the same time Ruth tries get closer to her father, still affected by the suicide of his wife that is Ruth’s mother happened years ago.

What Can Be Said About ‘Don’t Listen’

‘Don’t Listen’ is a worthy addition to the family-moves-into-haunted-house genre, a predictable yet truly terrifying journey that masterfully creates an unsettling atmosphere. The jump scares don’t feel cheap, and the twists and turns and backstory reveals are earned. Even when it’s utilizing clichéd tropes and story beats, it manages to remain fully engaging and suspenseful.
‘Don’t Listen’ isn’t necessarily reliant on innovation. The film’s strength comes from its ability to suck you in completely, immersing you in a world where something sinister lurks behind every corner. If you’re a lover of the genre and down for a predictable journey that boasts some truly scary moments and magnificent atmosphere, you’re gonna love this one.

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(Video) Perfect Bakery Cafe In Cheras Where You Can Get Freshly Baked Fruit Strudel

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There are actually so many different types of pastries that can be enjoyed from pies to tarts and even quiches to croissants. One of the most favorite pastries ever made would definitely be fruit strudel. Talking about fruit strudel, there is one particular bakery cafe that sells amazing fruit strudel and it is called ‘iCon Brewings’ located in Cheras.

Fruit strudels at this bakery cafe are loved by many people because they are freshly baked daily. Aside from using fresh fruits to top off their deliciously flaky pastry, they also make their whipping cream and jam filling from scratch every day. That is why this is one of the best bakery-cafes that served fruit strudel.

 

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Other than Peach Strudel, there are also other fresh fruits such as Kiwi, Blueberry, and even Mango Strudel. They all would taste as good as they look whether or not you have a favorite fruit of your choice. Even though that this particular bakery cafe is well known for its fruits strudel, it also got many other pastries that customers could enjoy.

Aside from serving yummy-looking fruit strudels, this cafe is also known for selling a wide variety of artisan pastry. There are also croissants, Danish pastries, tarts, and many more. In addition, they also have cafe food and coffee here.

 

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For those who are interested on going to iCon Brewings, this is their address.

Address: 24, Jalan Manis 3, Taman Bukit Segar, 56100 Cheras, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

Sources: Instagram iCon Brewings, Facebook iCon Brewings.

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Upholding The Malay Tradition, These Are Different Styles On Wearing ‘Sampin’

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The tradition of wearing sampin has come way back since the generation of our elders. There are so many people that can be seen wearing sampin as part of their essential outfits. Definition of sampin according to Kamus Dewan would be as a sarong worn after wearing the pants in the Malay attire and usually from the waist to the knees only. Sampin is also used to complement the looks when wearing baju Melayu.

Nowadays, we often see people wearing sampin during Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hari Raya Aidiladha, or any other formal events that require them to wear baju Melayu. There are actually so many different styles that can be used when someone is wearing sampin. All of these different styles come from different regions and sometimes bring different meanings for the wearer.

These are examples of different styles of wearing sampin:

1) Ikatan Pancung

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The method on how to wear this style is just by using loose fabric. The fabric is wrapped around the waist and before reaching the end of the fabric, the fabric is “beheaded”. That means the fabric is pinned while letting the end of the fabric hang down.

2) Ikatan Kembung

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This is the style of wearing sampin that usually worn by the bridegroom in any wedding custom of the Malays. The word kembung comes from the impression of looking like you are bloating when wearing this style. The fabric is pulled to the middle or side of the body to be tied and knotted in various ways so that it will stick to the waist.

3) Ikatan Lingkup

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This is the usual way on how people wear sampin. The sheath fabric is rolled up and draped over the front or sides. Similar to how to wear a sarong for everyday needs.

4) Ikatan Anak Raja Lima

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When wearing this style, you have to balance the fabric in the middle. Arrange and fold downwards. Finish the tiered layer. Take the bend and update the side ties at the waist.

Sources: Pecinta Warisan Melayu.

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