jkdrooling – Foodie in Malaysia & Beyond

03
Mar
2014

 

Fatboy’s The Burger Bar @ One City USJ Subang

 
Originated from Singapore and being named one of the best burgers in Singapore, Kingsley and I can never have this missing out from our food history. Debuting in 2009 and only progressing to be better, its emergence in One City is the fourth after Publika, Skudai and Avenue K. 

 

 

The people behind the burger’s name have been revolving in the F & B industry for more than 20 years and they hold ample of foodie experience to be the makers of the baddest homegrown burgers in town.  



The branch in One City would welcome you with their two-floor setting with one staged above the other. Apparently most restaurants in One City has such similar physical settings. 
 

 

Nestled among the several other restaurants in One City on the Ground Floor, Fatboy’s Burger Bar exhibits a bar-like interior with dark black painted walls. Everything appears contemporary yet sophisticated. 

 

Being surrounded by fancy wall decorations, Fatboy’s Burger Bar provides amiable service for customers to savour their distinguished burgers in a pleasant environment. 


 

What’s in their menu? They allow patrons to enjoy the build-your-own-burger experience by selecting your choice of meat, bun to the sauce and additional add-ons. With more than thousands of  combinations, I reckon you would be pleased to take the experimental ride!


 

For those who less prefer suspense or playing around with different ingredients, you may opt for their speciality burgers ranging from pork, lamb, chicken and beef. Not only that, they also serve appetizers beyond burgers such as sausages, soup and desserts. 



Drinks here in Fatboy’s go beyond typical carbonated drinks or tropical fruit punch. They have milkshakes, cocktails and other unique thirst-quenchers for your burger’s accompaniment.

 

Soda Mint with Lemon (RM8)
 
A rather sweet-less combination of soda with mint and lemon, it is fizzy and minty with a fair hint of lemon flavour. Not perfectly good but probably soothing enough to go with your meaty burger. 


All burgers in Fatboy’s are served with fries and vegetables (a slice of lettuce and tomato). 


 The Wimpy (pork/beef/lamb – RM19)



Fatboy’s signature burger is actually Fat Basterd (pork/beef/lamb – RM29) with double patties but Kingsley wouldn’t want to exceed his meaty quota of the day so he settled for The Wimpy which is almost half of the Fat Basterd. And apparently The Wimpy is the current best seller in Fat Boy’s! 



We attempted the lamb and it was scrumptiously delicious. The lamb patty is juicy and with the BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese melted in between, it creates a mouth-watering blend with strong flavour. 


Mahalo (RM19)
 
Mahalo is a thick blend of bacon stuffed pork patty with caramelized onions, grilled pineapple, mozzarella and creamy mayo. While I had a somewhat high expectation for this, it turned out to be rather mediocre. The pork patty is crumbly and the overall taste is a tad dry albeit the pineapple and caramelized onions. 
 
Something I would want to praise Fatboy’s for is their burger buns with generous amount of sesame. It makes a whole lot of difference when it’s rich in sesame – much more aromatic and enchanting!
 
B-GF-05, Sky Park One City
Jalan USJ 25/1A, 
47650 Subang Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia. 
 
Sun-Thu: 11.00am – 11.00pm
Fri-Sat: 11.00am – 12.00am