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Why do people say that Fuel Shack's burgers are the best in KL?
It's a combination of the quality food and atmosphere that make us the best burger in
Kuala Lumpur. People realize that they have a lot of choice when it comes to buying a
quality burger in Kuala Lumpur. They can choose a global brand and eat predictable
food in a predictable setting – or they can choose a setting that is hip, modern and
enjoyable and get a good burger that matches the overall experience. Online, people
are saying that it's the burger seasoning, the toppings we put on and the sides that
we offer that make ours the best burger in Kuala Lumpur.
What makes your beef burgers different from others?
100% pure Australian grass-fed beef is the only kind of beef we serve in our Fuel Shack burger
restaurants. Our patties are 1/3lbs prior to cooking, making them among the biggest available
on the market. We don't have to advertise that our beef burger patties are the best because
once people see and taste a Fuel Shack burger in Kuala Lumpur, the quality tends to speak for
itself in the form of posts online and by telling friend and family about the burgers at Fuel
Shack and how our burgers compare to other burgers in Kuala Lumpur that are offered by other
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WE'RE THAT SERIOUS ABOUT OUR BEEF.
How do you define a good burger?
At Fuel Shack, we define a good burger by the reaction of our customers. In some
cases, they react with something as simple as a smile. In other cases, they respond
by going online to Twitter, Facebook and blogs to publicly say how good our food is.
We also define a good burger by the number of people who chose our burgers over those
of the competition. We recognize that Fuel Shack customers have many choices when it
comes to their selection of burgers in Kuala Lumpur. Increasingly, more people are
recognizing that a quality burger at a reasonable price is a better choice than a
low-quality burger that reflects the tired menu offerings of global brands that just
don't "get" the Malaysian market.