It all started when a friend of mine decided to tag me on Facebook with Burgertory’s advert for their Big Fry Belly Burger that I decided to try it out. I am not much of a fan to start taking pictures of food and start blogging about it but the burger was as awesome as the image itself.
Overall as a burger, it was pretty tasteful but a little on the dry side. The patty was moist and nicely cooked but I will still stick to beef burgers in the future.
Interestingly enough, me being the so called macho man, decided not to Google or check out where Burgertory was and I ended up parking near BurgerFactory instead. My face was absolutely priceless when I found out that I went to the wrong place. Thank goodness that both these places were relatively nearby. Situated above a Guardian pharmacy, the place was completely packed on a Sunday night.
Ordering was rather complex as there was only a single menu to view at the cashier. I was rather impressed that the place was built by a few folks. They even show cased their journey on the wall which I thought brought a little homely touch to the joint.
We proceeded to order our food, the prices of the burgers were relatively ok, less than RM20 for a burger but the moment you make it into a set, it costs either an additional RM5 or RM9.
The good thing with the set is that it also comes with a drink and the soft drinks are refillable. And yes, there is coke light available there.
Overall the burgers are not that large, after completing a set, I felt that I could gobble up another burger.
In terms of size relativity, my wife can eat a whole set and not be completely full. I did contemplate getting another burger or some side dish but decided to check out the dessert offerings in the area instead.
If you were to ask me to make a trip back there again I would definitely go back to try out their other burgers as well as other things on their menu.
Honestly, stuck at SS15 in Subang, amidst more than 20+ burger stores (small stalls and shops included), Burgertory does hold it’s candle well against the competition. Although pricey, perhaps I wouldn’t need to get the set next time (two sets costs us RM45 for two).