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Fuddruckers, Lot 10

Fuddruckers, Lot 10


Fuddruckers Interior

My love for burger started from my father who is an avid fan of this classic American treat – he would take my siblings and I out for burgers at fast food chains without my mother’s knowledge. Dad introduced me to the Mushroom Swiss, a delicious beef burger with mushrooms and melted cheese and since then, I was always game for a good beef burger. Like the one I recently tried at the newly opened Fuddruckers in Lot 10.


Meat Selection


Build Your Own market fresh produce bar

This American Casual Dining restaurant is known for its burgers made from 100% USDA All-American premium-cut beef and further customised with a selection of greens, pickles and sauces from the salad bar. Choose between a 1/3, ½ or 2/3 lb, cooked to your preferred doneness – rare, medium rare, medium or well-done.


The Works (RM34.90 for 1/3 lb)

I opted for a 1/3 lb portion of The Works and it was pretty sizeable. The patty was flavourful, juicy and solid, with sizzling hickory smoked beef bacon, sautéed mushrooms and melted cheddar cheese. I say skip the customisation for this burger is good as it is.


Salad Bar

Each dish order gives you access to the salad bar where you can help yourself to the selection of fresh vegetables, salads and sauces, free-flow. Stuffing yourself with salad (however delicious they may be) isn’t a wise idea as you should really be focusing on the burger and steak. But you have to try the cheese sauce, which is absolutely wicked with fries and wedges.


Jalapeno Cheese and Cheddar Cheese sauce


Appetizer platter

Those dining in a group should try the Appetizer Platter (RM40.90) of chilli cheese fries, mozzarella cheese sticks, buffalo chicken wings, pizzaiola quesadilla, onion rings and vegetable sticks with honey mustard and creamy ranch dip. If I had to recommend just one appetizer, go for the buffalo chicken wings – a spicy, sticky treat that is worth getting your fingers dirty. I didn’t care for the cheese sticks for they were more chewy than molten.


T-bone Steak

Fuddrucker’s T-Bone Steak (RM130.90) was a handsome sight and each mouthful was melt-in-the-mouth delicious. The sides were nicely seared so the edges were crisp and the centre, at its juicy best. A fabulous piece of T-Bone and one I would gladly order again. And again. It comes with a side of mash potatoes and grilled vegetables, and a scoop of butter for extra richness.


455gms of deliciousness!


Jumbo Chilli Cheese Hotdog (RM22.90)

Less impressive was the Jumbo Chilli Cheese Hotdog, despite its delicious appearance. I found the hotdog lacking bite and the bun was dry. It was definitely tastier than the one at Nathan’s, but still, nothing to shout about. I suggest sticking to the burgers as Fuddruckers do them well.


Supersize beef hotdog


Mushroom Soup in a bread bowl (RM16.90)

The mushroom soup comes in a cup, bowl or bread bowl, depending on your preference. I had the one in the bread bowl because I’m a sucker for its presentation. Tastewise, the soup was thick with bits of mushroom for an extra bite. It wasn’t the best I’ve tried but definitely substantial enough for those who orders this as a light meal.


Fudds Volcano (RM21.90)

Fuddruckers does a mean Fudds Volcano (RM21.90), a warm chocolate cake with raspberry chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. Another dessert worth trying is the Pecan Pie which they do slightly different – the pie has a cake-like texture at the centre and isn’t overly sweet. If you’re looking for a traditional pecan pie, you might be disappointed. But if you’re open to new things, this pie might just be your favourite item on the dessert menu.


Pecan Pie (RM17.90)



I had to order the cookies (RM9.90 for three) because they looked damn good from the dessert counter. Tried the chocolate chip, butter sugar, macadamia and oatmeal raisin. My absolute favourite was the butter sugar; a simple yet buttery-rich treat.


All Berries and Vanilla Milkshake (RM19.90 each)

All in, I was quite impressed with the food and the staff were well-trained to make good recommendations. I was told almost everything is made in-house to ensure quality and freshness throughout. That’s quite true as the burger and steak I had were good stuff and warrants a return visit.

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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 6.5/10
Food: 7/10 (pork free)
Verdict: Try the burger and steak. These are good.



Lot R1 & R2 (T)
Annexe Block
Lot 10 Shopping Centre
Kuala Lumpur
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Beato Steakhouse, Bangsar

My father said the darndest things when my siblings and I were growing up. There was this thing about not eating watermelon or orange seeds because a tree would grow in my tummy. And then there was one where he insisted I ate my beef well done so I wouldn’t get mad cow disease and die. 😯


Ribeye steak with dijon, wholegrain and sweet mustard

I spent more than 10 years eating beef that was cooked to death before discovering the wonders of medium rare (and sometimes, rare), and never looked back since. It was by chance that we dined at Beato Steakhouse in Bangsar so all pictures were taken using my Samsung S4.


Fresh bread rolls with salted butter and olive tapenade

Beato comes highly recommended by many of my readers, all singing praises about the dry-aged beef. Upon seated, the waiter came by with a chalkboard of the types of steak cut and weight available that night; I made my choice and stated my preferred doneness.



The bruschetta (RM15) comprised white country bread slathered with cream cheese and topped with cherry tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and honey. This was good stuff – creamy and rich in flavour with tangy accents from the dressing.


Dry Aged Ribeye

I initially ordered a 280gm ribeye, which came medium done as opposed to the medium rare I requested. Second time around, it was beautiful. 330gm of juicy and tender goodness (RM38 per 100gm), served with a side of honey, wholegrain and sweet mustard.


Medium rare


Assorted mustard. I liked wholegrain best.


Garden Salad


Sauteed Mushroom

The aging process allows the fat to oxidize and levels of umami to increase, so you get a steak that is tender and flavourful. I had my meat with a side of sautéed mushrooms (RM15), and the garden salad (RM19) was complimentary from the chef for the initial glitch.


Rack of lamb


Breadcrumbs crust

While the steak was good, it was rif’s main course that stole the show. This was a really good lamb rack (RM55) – seasoned and crusted with breadcrumbs, and cooked to juicy perfection. The meat was fork tender with a tasty rim of fat. So good, I tell you!


The lamb was delicious!


Small dining cubicles

Service was attentive and polite but the staff could use a bit more training. All the above came up to slightly less than RM250, without alcohol. Pretty reasonable considering the portion and quality.

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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 7/10 (pork free)
Verdict: I really enjoyed the ribeye and lamb rack. And the bruschetta is pretty good too!


Bangsar Baru outlet

Beato Steakhouse
No. 24-1, Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2202 2405

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Chambers Bar and Grill, Hilton Kuala Lumpur


Restaurant interior

Chambers Bar and Grill at Hilton Kuala Lumpur serves mainly beef, aged in a special Himalayan salt-tile dry-ageing cabinet and prepared “a la minute” over lava stone, charcoal or “robatayaki” style. I’ve heard quite a bit about this new restaurant; a venue meat lovers call paradise.


Himalayan salt-tile dry-ageing cabinet




I was there to try the Wagyu Tomahawk (RM798 for 1kg), dry aged for 21 days for a more tender bite and deeper flavour. Served on a wooden board with my choice of chunky mushroom sauce with Hennessey XO, it looked and smelt delicious.


Charcoal bread to start


Wagyu Tomahawk (1kg)


Medium doneness

As expected from any good cut of wagyu, the meat (marble score 6) was beautifully tender with a remarkable depth of flavour. I especially loved the combination of charred edges and creamy fat – crisp, flavourful and insanely sinful.


Charred edges and creamy fat


While it was said to be a 1kg slab of meat, it didn’t look so to me. The 1kg steak from my regular steakhouse next door was considerably larger.


Beautifully tender and full of flavour


Caesar Salad

We also shared a Caesar Salad (RM18), a simple assemblage of lettuce, soft boiled egg, anchovies and shaved parmesan. It wasn’t much to shout about, but this salad made a good side dish to the tomahawk.


Long Island Iced Tea

Service was rather disappointing that night; it was almost non-existent. I had a hard time getting the staffs’ attention to order and pay our bill. I wouldn’t have expected such poor service from a 5-star hotel such as Hilton Kuala Lumpur. We skipped dessert because I didn’t want to deal with such service any longer.

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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 5/10
Food: 7.5/10 (pork free)
Verdict: The tomahawk was good but my dining experience was marred by the terrible service.


Chambers Bar and Grill
Hilton Kuala Lumpur
Lobby Level
3 Jalan Stesen Sentral
Kuala Lumpur
50470 Malaysia
Tel: 03-2264 2264

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