Frankly, i’m quite sceptical when it comes to fast food. Recently (few months ago), we went to The Gardens Mall just to try out Killer Gourmet Burgers (KGB), which is said as one of the best burger restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
“A (pork-free) fast casual burger joint featuring a menu that redefines what we’ve come to think a hamburger should be. In a casual space KGB incorporates elements of fine dining with a creative, raw energy. After all, this is our passion“
Visiting Mid Valley/The Gardens Mall during weekends has never been a good idea if you feel like wanna spend your weekend peacefully and with no crowd. I don’t know why, but we are so eager to try KGB at The Gardens while there is another branch available which is KGB Bangsar.
Located at LG Floor of The Gardens Mall, there are around 20 burgers available to choose from – vegetarian, fried, crust seared and grilled. How to order? You can place your order at the counter and pay. They will give a number to you as reference when the foods are ready to be sent. Simple concept.
WHAT WE HAD FOR OUR LUNCH?
3 main dishes are more than enough for two of us
Texas Jalapeno Steak & Cheese Fries
There are variety of drinks available at KGB – milkshakes, carbonated drinks and more. For us, we prefer to have a bottle of mineral water RM3. LOL
Eat in American style – big bite
What I love about this American cuisine restaurant is the deco – industrial style. The brick wall, chairs and tables, more or less like hipster – so Instagramable.
Lets hear what they say
“We take extraordinary care to details in order to produce the best tasting food available, starting with our handcrafted burgers made from ground steak and freshly baked artisan buns. We highly recommend that you try one without the distraction of sauces and toppings, just to prove a point. Have a sweet tooth? Well, you will be spoiled for choice with decadent handmade ice creams, shakes and more! “.
MORE ABOUT KGB THE GARDENS
10am to 10pm daily.
Killer Gourmet Burgers (KGB), Lot LG-233 B&C, The Gardens Mall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, Kuala Lumpur.