Kissburger is a burger shop that’s recently opened at Desa ParkCity. Despite the Japanese theme, the franchise is from Malaysia.
Here’s the menu, all listed in the board placed at the front of the shop.
Kissburger isn’t a large restaurant, a small area for indoor dining and some tables for those who prefer going al-fresco.
Orders are to be placed at the counter and the food will be delivered once the preparation is complete.
You do get to walk away with your side orders and a bottle with number stated.
Here’s what the set looks like. The side orders are at RM 5 of which you have 2 options – french fries or salad, I picked salad.
Not bad for a salad. Cold, fresh but tastes good.
I ordered Beef Cheese Burger at RM 9, taste-wise it was average at best, certainly a far cry from being the juiciest as claimed. The beef felt like it well-done and doesn’t carry the aroma I would expect from a beef burger. Tomato was thick but I think they should have more cheese. I would expect cheese burger to have a decent coverage of cheese. The thick tomato and fresh lettuce does make the burger balanced.
I also ordered the Salmon Burger, this burger was quite nice actually. The salmon tasted just fine but it also shows the lack of consistency as the slice of tomato for the salmon burger was pathetic. I like this burger more but it’s RM 13, some 50% more than the Beef Cheese Burger.
Overall it’s a good place to try, give it a shot. They’re new and they certainly have a chance to progress.
They’re open for lunch and dinner, details available at their Facebook Page.