Publika had bubble up with many F&B restaurants as it had become one of my latest hit place to hunt for food. After reading numerous blog on Fatboy’s Burger that I walk pass many times yet could not find many friends to go with until last few weekends. Some good review pull our expectation up on that day and gearing up ourself to hunt for this sinful big burger. The brand that originate from Singapore and now it had kick off their first outlet in Malaysia.
A outlet which is easily located right above the Non-Halal Food court (Eat Food Village) facing their mini staging area. We were there early that day as 11.45am still yet to open and I thought it was close for the weekend as I see many customers try peeking in, to check on their outlet including myself.
Well, they open 12pm sharp that day and instantly many people just dash in to get a seat for themselves and family members.
Settings of the ambiance is pretty cute as the wall are filled with cartoonic drawings and I find that the seating is a bit like modern canteen.
As Excited to see on the menu, I am totally impress with the wide selection of burgers and all description look goods too me. Felt like ordering half of the menu. 😀
I also got to known that one of their signature is from The Milkshake Bar for drinks filled with thick Malt.
If you could not find any of the burger suits your liking in the menu, then you can customise your very own burger. This would be an interesting one on your creation.
First start of mine with Vanilla Malt Milkshake. It was heaven when I first sip it that its super thick that you had hard time sucking it up as its serve along with frozen glass. Love the texture which is creamy from vanilla ice cream and milk taste did not over power it. Just love this glass of milkshake as I love mine dense yet not too sweet. RM 12 – Recommended
Onion Rings is next as we saw the serving on next tables look so tempting and huge, as upon our order came, it came in different size that ours look much smaller and more oily. A bit dissapointed with this @ RM 12
Jamaican Me Hungry. RM19.00 – bacon stuffed pork patty topped with sundried tomatoes, chewy bacon, homemade coleslaw and smothered with mayonnaise on sesame seed bun.
Well, this certainly did impress with the pork pattie grill to perfection as it is not overcook, yet can taste the pork texture that is a bit chewy and filled with bacon and I added on mustard sauce to perfect it.
AS do not know what to order and came this sign recommended which is their signature is Fat-Basterd @ RM 28 – sesame bun, extra thick double beef patties, extra thick bacon, cheddar cheese, fried egg complete with Fatboy’s homemade BBQ sauce
Its a huge burger and I think it just fit me perfectly. :p homemade BBQ burger was perfect with egg and cheeze, sadly the patty was overcook and it is dry and well done. If it was in medium well, then perfect.
Mahalo @ RM18.50 is another pork burger that we order. More like Hawaiian style
Wimpy @ RM 19
Since in the menu mention that the burger are serve medium well, on the day itself they all serve all Well done which is very dissappointed on the serving on the beef patties. Nevertheless, I can say that they do not have the consistancy as my friend went a night before, she said that the patty was done medium well and it was perfect. AS for the pork is quite alright.
Well, shall go another round to try out and for 4 of us to dine a total bill of RM150 I find it reasonable. I hope that my next visit I will request my patty to be medium as to be on the safe side. Would encourage to request rather than leave what they mention in the menu.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 6.5/10 okay lah for this round. . -stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
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(directly opposite The Square and near Ben’s)
Lot G2-30, Level G2, Publika,
No.1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6 03 6206 1352
Opening Hours: Daily, 11am-10pm