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Dessert Burger Peanut Butter Bacon The Boss Zombie Burger
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Level3 2014-03-08
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Went out for lunch at Crayon Burger.Way more better than Burger Lab in my honest opinion. Although the place don't offer much seats or even much parking space, it's still a worth a visit if you're looking for a good place for special burgers. Must try the Peanut Butter & Bacon burger! Special and unique in it's own ways! continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-22
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I believe this was one of the burger that actually stood out the most. The burger includes milk buns, an egg, beef or chicken patty with wasabi mayonnaise sauce. I truly think that the wasabi mayonnaise had a nice impact on the burger. However for me, I wish it was a little stronger. The patty was pretty bad, breaks off easily. Egg was normal, just like any egg you can find in Ramlee burger, nothing special. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-21
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Cheese Fondue (Beef) - RM15.50Cheese Fondue (Chicken) - RM15.50The bf loveees cheese, and whats more when nacho chips come into the picture. I was quite intrigued with the idea and a similar burger from GBK at Setiawalk came up to my mind as well. Unlike GBK's, Crayon Burger's were more on the downside for me. Considering the fact that the cheese nacho's were heavilly stressed in this burger, the implementation turned out to be very flat and dry. It's nice that the chicken meat was grilled with a chesse topping but the chicken breast patty wasn't tempting enough to complement the entire burger. Also, this burger seriously needs more nachos and cheese. It's called cheese fondue for a reason.Hashtag (Chicken) - RM15.50Uhh.. Please don't be fooled by this picture. I know I edit my pictures frequently to look as saturated and clean as possible but this one just looks very perplexing now. The amount of cheese is practically not evident here albeit how cheesy it looks. It just felt like they threw in a dash of mayo and expected it to make up for the dry-ness. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-14
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Yeah, I'm back again, this time i brought my wife to try this famous burger. We went there at night, so we only ordered 1 burger and 1 fries.Burger we ordered 'The boss chicken', the burger just look like the boss burger, from the photo you can see how juicy it is.2 person sharing this burger is just nice for us plus the fries.After the meal, we will have to do more exercise so we can come back enjoy the food again without looking fat continue reading
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At Crayon Burger, you will be surprised that their burger buns are appear in 'Crayon' colors. For example, red yeast bun in pinkish, yellow milk bun, light green for veggie bun and bamboo charcoal bun in black color. These buns are made of 100% natural ingredients with no added artificial coloring. Their indoor dining area was quite cozy and relaxing, set up of simple long tables paired with benches. They also provide a blackboard on one side of the wall for customers to draw out freely their expressions and feelings.Crayon Burger Menu has creatively written using color chalks, near to the cashier counter.Zombie Burger that I have ordered is one of their best seller burger. It was served with French fries and cheese sauce. The ingredients for Zombie Burger are black charcoal bun with poppy seeds, 100% Australian grass fed beef patty, Swiss Cheese, and chopped tomatoes and onions. The beef patty was awesome, very delicious and goes very well with the Swiss Cheese and the semi-soft poppy seed bun. The best and satisfying beef burger that I have ever had.Get extra French fries and bottomless soft drink for only RM5. continue reading
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