Truffle’s Swiss Mushroom: Grilled beef, sauteed portobello mushrooms, swiss cheese, truffle infusion and herbed ranch

When I first heard KGB Bangsar was going to open an outlet in Mid Valley, I was excited. Because that meant they would be open every day and 7 days a week during mall hours. Not that I eat burgers every day but I do crave for one every now and then – often during odd hours. ;)


Newly opened outlet

They opened for business on a Saturday so expect slight hiccups in service as almost all the staff are new. Good thing is, the burgers are as good as the Bangsar outlet – they got the QC right down to pat. I’ve always ordered the same thing in Bangsar (Bash Burger) and since I was reviewing this new outlet, I decided to try the newer flavours available.


Sunshine Bella

The beef patties are made using 100% Australian Grass Fed beef to ensure good quality and flavour. So far, the patty hasn’t disappointed and remais my favourite among the burger places I’ve tried. Not that I go for many burger places; I’m not crazy and neither do I have all the time in the world.


Grilled portobello mushroom, sunny side up and herbed ranch

We had Sunshine Bella (RM14.90), a vegetarian and tasty burger comprising grilled Portobello mushrooms, fried egg, lettuce and herbed ranch. This was light yet flavour-rich from the mushrooms; ideal for light eaters.


KGB Spiked

KGB Spiked (RM15.90) is prepared slightly differently from the other beef burgers. The patty is crust seared to give it a crisp edge, and topped with sharp cheddar, crispy bacon and house special sauce. Quite good, although I still prefer the patty to be grilled.


Truffle’d Swiss Mushroom

Truffle’d Swiss Mushroom (RM20.90) was a good surprise. This is one of the best mushroom burgers I’ve eaten; an assemblage of grilled beef patty, sautéed Portobello mushrooms, Swiss cheese, truffle oil and herbed ranch. The truffle really played up the flavours of the burger, especially the mushrooms.


Sacre Bleu!

If you love blue cheese, give the Sacre Bleu! (RM18.90) a try. The beef patty is smeared with crumbled blue cheese and aioli, and topped with crumbled Ritz biscuits for added texture. Every bite was beefy, cheesy and tasty – a clever combination, this one.


Grilled beef, crumbled blue cheese, crumbled ritz and buffalo wing aioli


Texas Jalapenos Cheese Fries

We veered away from kimchi fries and went for the Texas Jalapeno Cheese Fries (RM14.90) instead. This was just as tasty as the kimchi version and much less pungent. The jalapeno slices packed quite a punch; very nice with cheese and sour cream. That said, I’d still go for kimchi fries – the fully loaded version – because I love my fries pungent, beefy and cheesy.


Rich, gooey and full of kick!


Nutella S’mores Milkshake


Strawberry Season Milkshake


Strawberry ice cream with more strawberry coulis

Steven and Joey have also come up with milkshakes to go with the burgers, which will be launched very soon. I had a sneak preview of the three flavours – Nutella S’mores, Strawberry Season and Salted Caramel Pralines – priced at RM11.90 each. The former two needs a bit of tweaking but the Salted Caramel version was pretty kick ass.


Salted Caramel Pralines Milkshake


House salted caramel, cornflakes ice cream and cracked pralines

They made this using house salted caramel, cornflakes ice cream and cracked pralines for added crunch and sweetness. And nothing beats a good meal of burger, fries and milkshake. At least that was how I felt. Show me a topless Ryan Gosling and I might change my mind. :P

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Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 7.5/10 (pork free)
Verdict: Same good burgers, now available 7 days a week from 10am to 10pm. #win


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Wei Ni July 14, 2014 - 12:40 pm

OHMIGAWD! So awesome! YAY! Finally they open 10-10, the Bangsar branch is most difficult! Which part of MV is their outlet at?

Bangsar Babe July 16, 2014 - 9:43 am

It’s at the Lower Ground floor. Near Ninja Joe :)

ulric August 5, 2014 - 9:24 am

How’s their beef patty? The last time I visited their Bangsar branch it actually disintegrated on me on my first bite…not good cose I like my patties to be slightly biteable…but their breaded chicken burger with wasabi mayo was good though =)

Bangsar Babe August 8, 2014 - 9:55 am

I like their patties better than MyBurgerLab. They have improved on consistency since my first visit to Bangsar. It’s my regular burger place now to be honest. ;)

ulric August 8, 2014 - 12:00 pm

Yea the patty at MyBurgerLab in OUG when I visited last month was pretty disappointing too…not as good as my first visit to their SeaPark branch a few years back.

Gonna give KGB beef another chomp then…maybe at their Gardens branch =)

Bangsar Babe August 8, 2014 - 12:03 pm

Yes you should go try. Enjoy! :D

Try the double animal. That’s a motherload of beef haha. The truffle’d swiss muhsroom also not bad.


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