“I’m not telling you, ‘Never eat a hamburger.’ Just eat the good ones with real beef, you know, like the ones from that mom-and-pop diner down the street, … And it’s so good that when you take a bite out of that burger, you just know somewhere in the world a vegan is crying.”
– Homer Simpson


Craving for pleasure in a 9-inch package?

Déjà vu.

But not quite.


A 6 kilogram wonder – 2 kilos of freshly ground juicy beef patty, 1 kilo of cheese, 1 kilo of pickles, tomatoes and greens, and 2 kilos of multigrain bun that tries to make this healthy.


And the true test of a good burger? Lift it up, hold it between your fingers as the juices drip down your wrist, and take a big chomp through the entire cross section.  Then lick up the spillages.

Talking at this point is not advisable.




It’s no secret that I’m a fan of The Daily Grind.  When the owners invited me over to try this monstrosity of a burger, I went for a medical check-up first before agreeing.  Eating a burger this size is like preparing for war.  You have to be prepared.


Nah.  It’s meant to be shared – lah.  For us Malaysians, communal dining is nothing new.  If we can sup over rice and curry and ko lou yoke, we can certainly sup over a giant burger.  What an amazing bonding opportunity.

This burger can easily feed 10 to 12 persons.   The price?  RM360++.  Please order 48 hours ahead because something this size needs tender loving care and planning.  I’m still talking about burgers, of course.

The Daily Grind
Bangsar Village
Kuala Lumpur