I know I haven't been updating as frequently as before. My thesis assignment has begun and I am now mostly overwhelmed with terms like 'conceptualising', 'theory', 'feminist', 'content analysis' and 'methodology'. So please bare with me and I'll try to update as often as possible!
Now on to the food review.
I have been hearing a lot about myBurgerLab located in Seapark and decided to dropby to see what the fuss was about. As a regular visitor to Seapark for years, it was surprising that this location was picked for what will become a popular burger joint.
I got there on a Saturday evening at about 7pm and walked out with my burger at 8pm. Yup, it was a one-hour experience of queing up and waiting for the famous charcoal-bun-burger.
The long line outside of about ten people did little to deter me as I quickly found a parking space and joined the queue. The queue weaved all the way into the shop where it was was jammed pack with ravenous people happily munching away at their burgers. I should mention that the line was due to the popularity of the burgers, NOT because of inefficiency because myBurgerLab provides very efficient and helpful service.
Next to the "Order Here" counter was the blackboard menu written out in colourful chalk, like in primary school. Carnivores have the option of either beef or/and chicken while vegetarians can go for the vege burgers. There is apparently a secret menu that offers the Elvis burger. Intriguing, right? If you are uncertain of what to try, there is a friendly staff at hand to make recommendations.
I ordered two burgers, takeaway because there was no place to sit. There was a pickup counter where you'll find an African staff shouting out your names for you to pick up your orders. The diversity amongst the workers and teamwork there was impressive and highly recommendable. Maybe a certain government should take tips from myBurgerLab on how to unite a country.
Through a common love for food.
Say Cheese was practically oozing with sharp chedder. The entire patty was coated in cheese with a bed of lettuce and mushroom. The patty was tender, succulent and juicy. And the buns were fluffy, soaking up the sauce and cheese well.
myBurgerLab also offers Smooshie, a refreshing juice drink that comes at RM5. I ordered the mandarin orange and lychee drink with wolfberry bits inside, a seasonal special. Yummy!
If you order the set, the burgers comes with highly recommended oregano fries and a drink. Drinks are refillable by the way for dine-ins. Despite the one-hour queue, I would like to go back and try their other burgers there, especially the mysterious Elvis burger. But this time, I'll definitely come earlier to secure a seating place and a chance to fully relish their burgers with fries this time.
14, Jalan 21/22,
SeaPark, 46300 PJ,
Hours: Tuesdays – Sundays, 5.00pm – 11.00pm (closed on Mondays)
Contact them at their official FB page: https://www.facebook.com/myBurgerLab