Thursday, May 24, 2012

Fat Boy's Burger @ Publika

If you are a burger fanatic who feels restrained by options, Fat Boy's Burger will taste like freedom. The menu is extensive with savory, spicy, sweet, umami burgers, dictated by your choice of meat, sauce, bun and toppings. You can have as many permutations as you want. If you are out of ideas, don't fret, just choose one of the popular burgers available on the menu.
Wimpy (RM19) - He maybe wimpy but he sure knows how to clam the sandwich well. The juicy Beef Patty was cushioned on a Sesame Bun, paired with Cheddar Cheese and Fried Egg. It was further coated with some homemade Fatboy's Sauce. 
Sky is the limit when you create your own. While the Big Fat Bastard burger was on every other table, I have decided to create my own version - hearty Honey Oat Bun pillowing the sultry Beef Patty topped with Guacamole and Curry Remoulade. The result? Soul satisfying! 

VERDICT: TOTALLY SMITTEN
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40 comments:

  1. Very short and simply post yet I enjoy reading so much. I agree with your statement'' sky is the limit when you create your own''.. so true...;D would love to try yr version of burger ehh!! *wonders how it'll taste like*...

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    1. Hahhahaha.... it may sound weird... but those are my favorite ingredients, thats why I enjoyed it so much. In fact, I think it taste better than wimpy.. =D

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  2. Wow, they actually allow you to create your own? Thats pretty amazing and seems like you did a great one. The burgers looks splendid but just that I don't eat beef. Wonder if fat boy has chicken or lamb burger and if thats the case, I would love to create my own too.

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    1. Yes they do! They have chicken, lamb, beef and pork (sorry should have listed it down). =)

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  3. I fear I may engineer a burger that is too big for me to bite into:( So I will just stick to those on the menu. I'll like to try the Big Fat Bastard!

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    1. Wimpy is the smaller version of the big fat bastard. =)

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  4. this is dangerous... I might end up adding too much stuff into my burger!!! :D
    Curry Remoulade sounds good in a burger!

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    1. Hahhahaha....I was a very good girl, I only picked one item at each section.

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  5. Hmmmm...so far I have customised two burgers...

    The Yellow Meater: beef n lamb patties with cheddar cheese, bacon, fried egg, mango chutney accompanied by honey mustard n roasted garlic aioli in a whole wheat bun...

    The Frankensteiner: pork patty n lamb patty with guacamole, grilled bananas, beetroot, wild arugula smothered with wasabi mayo, smoked chipotle n mango chutney...

    :D

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    1. WAhhhhhh... I like The Frankensteiner! Beetroot and wasabi mayo, that's quite a contrast! Very creative!

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    2. To be honest...there were many heads n thoughts tat went into the creation of the Frankensteiner...haha :D

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    3. And clearly it turned out to be a huge burger with amazing taste! =D

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  6. It will be fun to customise our own burgers - then we can put all our fav ingredients into one whooper of a burger.

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    1. YA! I love the idea too, even though my combination can be quite weird. =D

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    2. The weirder it is...the better it tastes...haha =)

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  7. I love how they name the burgers here.

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    1. Ya, they have very interesting names! =)

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  8. looks great and so enticing! love the flag. ^^

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  9. Aww just a wimpy for you? When I saw the name wimpy I thought to myself "there's no way I'm calling myself a wimp" and proceeded to order the Fat Basterd =D

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    1. hahahahha.... ehh.. a true man would only dare to order a wimpy because he feels secured abt himself. Correct or not? ahahah

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  10. Too many not-so-good reviews about them until I scare to step into it :P
    PS: u r the minority that have good comment ~

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    1. I like it becoz I get to customize my own burger. Its hard to fault in all my favorite ingredients. heheh

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    2. U must go n try urself...it's up to ur own personal preferences lar =)

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    1. YOu can drop by Publika and give it a try. =)

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  12. i like this place! am hoping they introduce even more topping varieties in future! the possibilities could be endless :D

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    1. I can tell with you many visits there =) Yes the more the merrier.

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  13. yup ..i heard a lot of review on this fat boy..
    but yet to try it....
    Coz if I travel to Publica .. I will either eat in BIG, Swine, or Plab B..
    so it is very less chances.....kekeke

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    1. then you need to go Publika more often so that you can try this place with ur wife =)

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  14. the umami burger sounds interesting. how does it look like? :)

    -FiSh
    @ ohfishiee.blogspot.com

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    1. umami is a savory taste ..hheehh. they don't have it on the menu but you can def create one =)

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  15. You make me drool!!! Luckily it's time for dinner now hahaha!
    There are so many burger places nowadays I wanna try them all!!

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    1. YEa, tell me about it.. there are so many new burger joint in KL.

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  16. Oh gosh.. Bad timing to read this post now. >.<

    Nevertheless, can't wait to go back again for a burger. :P

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    1. hehehhehe... i know its hard to see food pictures early in the morning, especially before breakfast =D

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  17. I was dying to try this place till I heard that the burger patties were dry? But after reading yours, I may give this place a try after all... =)

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    1. It wasn't too dry for me. It was actually quite well prepared. =)

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  18. Gave it a go after reading your review - went with pork on honey oat with grilled bananas and curry Remoulade and it was yum!

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    1. Great to hear that! Sounds like a fantastic combination! =)

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