Thursday, 2 May 2013

@ Big Hug Burger!

So we heard news about this new burger store in town.. and we decided to check it out!

I proudly present you.. Big Hug Burger!
The name is as cosy and sweet as the internal furnishing, I kid you not.

 Don't you just feel right at home immediately, looking at all these things decorated on the wall.

These are all actually little things we can find at home, which we sometimes we fail to appreciate all of it till we see it in a big picture, just like this.

 The menu.
As you can see the Ala Cartes are not that expensive. It is actually much cheaper than some of the burger places these days.

 This was their set menu, with all the set prices on it.

One thing I loved about this place was the amount of variety you got to choose from.
Plus this place is halal too (no pork), which makes it even more the rage.

You can choose between three types of buns to compliment your burger your burger as well:
1. Sesame bun
2. Wholemeal bun
3. Bamboo Charcoal bun
All of these buns were actually specially homemade and not ordered by bulk from elsewhere.
So you can imagine the freshness of it!

On top of that, there's beef, chicken, lamb and even fish!
And it's especially rare to find a good salmon burger around here.

Here's, the counter where you are treated with LOVE when you place your order.

 The drinks section. It's self service.

They even have tidbits and snacks such as marshmallows, Oreos, chocolate chip cookies and Pringles to keep you company while you wait for your burger.

 The chefs working their magic.

We waited for about half an hour for our burgers, but hey you know what they say, perfection takes time.

What came first was the Big Hug Burger. It consisted of a big piece of fried chicken chop, tomato slices, cheddar cheese, onion rings, pineapple slices, fresh lettuce and secret sauce.

We were really lucky to have even been able to order this. They only had four more when we came, the rest being sold out. And guess what..
We took all four!

The burger gave a really rich and satisfying taste as if your mouth was really enveloped with a "Big Hug".
The chicken chop, cheese, pineapples and tomatoes blended really well together, as the chicken was abit dry but the juiciness of the pineapples and tomatoes balanced it out.
And it was served in a jumbo sized sesame bun!

Next came the salmon burger with a bamboo charcoal bun.

The salmon was really big, as you can see it peeking out from the bun. The grilled piece of salmon was smothered with both cheddar and mozzarella cheese, plus roasted cherry tomatoes and caramelized onions.

We ordered the Cheesy Burger as well.
This was similar to the Big Hug burger but was definitely like an upgrade, perfect for people who have a big appetite.

Perfect for people in starvation mode.

It was filled with a piece of ham, fried egg, tomato slices and three types of cheese: Cheddar, Mozzarella, and Nachos cheese!
The whole burger was really protein packed, and sinful to indulge in.

 My friend, Jin, holding up the Big Hug burger.
It was as big as the size of his face.

 Him attempting his very first bite.

Finally, mine arrived. I ordered the Crispy Fish Burger with their bamboo charcoal bun.
It consisted of a crispy fish fillet, tomato slices, roaster garlic aioli (which is actually garlic mayo) and cheddar cheese.

The fish fillet was deep fried on the outside, while the inside was made out of tender fish meat. In my opinion, this wasn't really my cup of tea. I felt the patty could be improved with less breadcrumbs and more real fish meat. The lettuce in mine was not that fresh to me as well.
However, the garlic aioli was rich in flavour which enhanced the entire burger.

Personally, I would recommend the Big Hug burger which is their house specialty and also the Grilled Salmon Burger, as it is rare.

This place was actually inspired by the passion of making good burgers. The owner also explained that it was also how rewarding it felt to see hungry kids satisfy their tummy with good food, watching their faces glow with joy.

One of the many perks of coming here is that all their patties can barely fit their buns!
No matter what you ordered, I guarantee your patty will still peek out and make your day just by glancing at how gigantically enormous it is.

In a nutshell, this place can undeniably be called a home to all burger lovers out there.

 I even got to take a heap load of pictures with the owner's charming daughter, Eve and her friend.
She was really friendly and helpful.
Great service there I must say!


How do you get there?

Its next to MiddleSex Uni which is located in Subang Square Corporate Tower SS15. Another landmark would be Taylor's CPU building. Big Hug Burger is located right behind it.

This is their exact address:
CT-G-03, Subang Square Corporate Tower
Jalan SS 15/4G, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

It is open everyday from 12.30pm to 10.30pm.

But hurry down there, as their Big Hug Burgers wait for no man!
See you there!

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