KGB @ Midvalley

And The Burger Journey continues! 

This time we decided to try KGB out because in every lists of Top 5 Burger In Malaysia You Must Try, you'll see KGB. 
So with high expectation, off we went to their Midvalley Branch.

It locates just right next to Ninja Joe. 

At first sight you might be very impressed to see their place is so crowded, truth is, their counter and kitchen took almost all of the space so tables and chairs were set up outside the shop, thus giving an illusion of it being full house. 

The tables and chairs were quite small and we were practically eating right next to the walkway, the eating experience wasn't exactly pleasant. You won't find it comfortable to just sit here and chit chat over food. Basically we just waited for our orders, finished it hastily and left. Probably that's what they want us to do, so we will make space for their new customers. 

Greeted by a lansi cashier, we ordered from this board menu with the lansi cashier blocking half of it. That's one thing i hate about those 'mainstream' famous restaurants. They think they are so good that customer service no longer matter.

And apparently the cashier wasn't one of the employees as she wasn't wearing any uniform like all other staffs did. So i think maybe she's the owner? or someone related to the owner? Or at least the manager? Which makes it worse. 

If your employee's attitude wasn't good, at most it's the management's fault for hiring the wrong person and after all, we shouldn't judge a restaurant based solely on one employee, as employees do not carry too much image of the restaurant. But when the owner/manager doesn't have the right attitude, you're damn right i can judge the restaurant based on them. 

There were only 2 or 3 tables waiting for their orders when we arrived, but we waited for around 20 minutes for 2 burgers. 

Their signature printed buns. 

My order: Tornado - grilled beef, onion rings, sunny side egg, buffalowing aoili. 

His order: KGB Spiked - crust seared beef, sharp cheddar, crispy beef, bacon, KGB spicy sauce. 

The burgers dutifully tasted okay. But not mindblowing awesome as we would expect. 

Ranging from RM12.90 to RM21.90, the burgers were reasonably priced. The only thing is they do not come with fries which admittedly is essential side dish for burgers. But they can be ordered separately ranging from RM7.90 to RM16.90. 

Though it did not meet our high expectations, the burgers weren't half bad. I would like to come back and try out other burgers but definitely not this Midvalley branch. 

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