Craving meat? Check out these 5 halal burger joints in TTDI

Hankering for a huge, juicy burger that’s just bursting with flavour?

Even if you’ve been meaning to stick to your vege diet throughout the week, those meat cravings can still come, which is why you should consider living in TTDI!

Burgers may be a Western invention but many Malaysians have taken to this food big time!

In fact, it seems they like their burgers so much that a vast array of burger selections can be found throughout the nation. It’s been going on for some time now and it’s probably very unlikely that we’re ever going to see the disappearance of the big burger from our little Southeast Asian nation.

Here are 5 halal burger joints in TTDI that you should check out.


KGB TTDI (Killer Gourmet Burgers)

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Featuring a classic interior with a grungy edge, rugged brick walls and smooth wood surfaces help set the tone at KGB (Killer Gourmet Burgers). It’s like the tough guy of all burger parlours and has garnered a reputation for having some of the tastiest choices for food in TTDI. The branch offers more than 20 burgers on its menu, from crust-seared and grilled beef patties to cheesy delicacies and classic numbers. A beef burger here costs between RM13.90 to RM22.90 approximately and each selection is built with delectable Aussie stead-grade, grass-fed, halal beef so set your expectations high for this joint.

Opening Hours: Friday    12–10:30pm

Saturday    12–10:30pm

Sunday    12–10:30pm

Monday    12–3pm, 6–10:30pm

Tuesday    12–3pm, 6–10:30pm

Wednesday    12–3pm, 6–10:30pm

Thursday    12–3pm, 6–10:30pm


Address: 107, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr Ismail




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Whoever said burgers have to be sloppy and unhealthy? Harley’s at TTDI can be found going all out to change that perception with an American-inspired In-N-Out interior theme and a selection of freshly made burgers without all the nasty preservatives. Serving 100% Australian beef patties, this home-grown Malaysian brand ensures their food is never frozen or precooked, in order to retain its authentically fresh taste. The main menu is pretty direct, offering 3 types of hamburgers, one chicken burger and two types of fried chicken. You can add an ice lemon or ginger tea along with a healthy side of potato salad, coleslaw or classic fries.

Opening Hours: Friday    11:30am–3pm, 6–10pm

Saturday    6–10pm

Sunday    6–10pm

Monday    11:30am–3pm, 6–10pm

Tuesday    11:30am–3pm, 6–10pm

Wednesday    11:30am–3pm, 6–10pm

Thursday    11:30am–3pm, 6–10pm


Address: LGB Tower, Lower Ground Floor, 1, Jalan Wan Kadir, Taman Tun Dr Ismail



TTDI Meat Point

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Look forward to a cosy atmosphere with dim lights. This spot is a reputable steakhouse which you may find frequented by hungry regulars on the daily. The burger is essentially a slab of steak between two buns and the ordering style here is rather unique. You get to choose your meat (including wagyu and Angus beef) from a large freezer.

Opening Hours: Friday    6–11pm

Saturday    12–11pm

Sunday    12–11pm

Monday    12–10:30pm

Tuesday    12–10:30pm

Wednesday    12–10:30pm

Thursday    12–10:30pm

Address: 62, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail



Sixty Bites Burger

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This little stall located just along Persiaran Zaaba, in front of BHPetrol, is currently one of the most legendary burger joints in the whole of TTDI. The owner (John Fugu) is a veteran chef and his professional approach to the art of burger building has earned this quaint spot quite the reputation. There are several burgers to choose from, namely beef, chicken and lamb, while some items are subject to availability. Sixty Bites’ beef patties are homemade with 100% ribeye meat so expect an incredible juicy flavour that’s naturally rich in taste.

Opening Hours: Friday    8pm–12am

Saturday    8pm–12am

Sunday    Closed

Monday    8pm–12am

Tuesday    8pm–12am

Wednesday    8pm–12am

Thursday    8pm–12am

Address: Persiaran Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail




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Say hello to one of TTDI’s newest burger spots, with an ambience that’s part quirky, part retro. The wagyu beef is intentionally served medium-rare and highlights on the menu include spiced-up fried chicken burgers with jalapenos and sriracha aioli (going for RM14.90) as well as wagyu beef burgers (served with foie gras and truffle aioli (going for about RM48).


Opening Hours:  Friday    11am–10pm

Saturday    11am–10pm

Sunday    11am–10pm

Monday    11am–10pm

Tuesday    11am–10pm

Wednesday    11am–10pm

Thursday    11am–10pm

Address: 50, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail




As you can see, nestled among the TTDI cafes and other eateries, numerous hotspots can be found serving gourmet-style burgers that you can look forward to sinking your teeth into. Drop by a few (or all) of the burger joints on this list and get ready to sample the many wonderfully different tastes of prominent burger selections that can be found in TTDI.







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