Spade Burgers is a gourmet burger joint located in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. They offer great and low priced fast food gourmet burgers, which are not ramly burgers. Let’s check them out with a dinner din-in today.
They are located in the busy Sri Petaling street at Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. Also, the store is a shop house unit sitting along a line of food stores. The dining environment is a small and cozy, with an ordering counter at the end with tabled seating indoors and outdoors all round.
Interestingly and notably, the restaurant is non-halal, despite being located in Malaysia. The establishment sells Pork and crispy bacon burgers, so yes, it is not a halal certified restaurant. What makes Spade burgers attractive is that they open till 11pm daily, making it a place great for supper or late dinners.
A rather comprehensive menu
Running through their menu options. It generally revolves around beef as the base burger meat offering, with additional fried chicken, pork and fish fillet as additional burger fillers. These are served on their signature sesame buns which are black in colour.
Recommended burgers would be their chicken (Hot chick 2.0) burger at $14.90 RM ($5.26 SGD including tax), is essentially like what I like to call a “Hawaiian burger”. It has pineapple slices topped together with a chicken patty (fried).
Also, I found their fried chicken really juicy, especially if your burger is prepared freshly, it is crispy on the outside and hot on the inside. The burger is a mouthful of joy. In comparison, their burgers are comparably better in quality to Bergs burgers, and in portions, but priced half.
Additionally, if you are undecided, you can’t go wrong with just a plain-ol vanilla Spades ($4.50 SGD) or Mushroom burger ($4.77 SGD). It comprises of a regular beef patty, with cheddar cheese, bacon and topped with their trademark Spades sauce. The sauce has tad like a BBQ flavour to it. Also, the selection is very reasonably prices at $12.90 RM for your basic Spade burger. This translates to about a menu starting point of $4.50 SGD each for the burger by itself.
Double patties for free
Additionally Spade Burger’s “300”. It is a double take on their pork burger (Oh my pork), with the additional patty offered free of charge, both priced at $5.61 each. Also, notably, their most pricey burger is $6.50 SGD, which is notably even cheaper than the value $9 Wolf burgers we previously had at Changi City point in Singapore. It does show how over-priced burgers are in Singapore, as well as the strength of the Singapore dollar with regards to your purchasing power here given the 3:1 exchange rates.
Moreover, having said that, more premium offerings priced above $6-7 SGD per burger. This includes their fried salmon and chips burger ($18 RM), as well as their Sauteed beefception burger. Generally the burger toppings are pretty standard with beef patties, cheddar. Shinobi ($6.32 SGD) smoked salmon and seaweed burgers topped with Spade’s own Cheese sauce.
Make it a meal under $3
Additionally, you can make your burger a meal by pairing it with a variety of sides with unlimited servings of soft and hot drinks. These are priced at an additional $1.80 SGD (including tax) paired with Spade fries or 3 Porkets at $2.30. More recommended premium offerings includes their salted egg yolk slices at $2.60. I would simply recommend either their fries or bacon salads. They complete your meal pretty wholesomely.
Furthermore, great sides to share includes their Mushroom wedges and their pork nuggets. They are priced at $10.9 RM ($3.85 SGD) for 6 pieces and 12 pieces at a more value-priced $17.90 RM ($6.32 SGD).
Interestingly, on each Spade burger store has a burger flowchart, showing their entire menu selection with the flow diagram pointing out recommendations based on your chosen meat type and serving size portions.
All in all, Spade burgers gets my recommendation for their large variety offerings at a great quality price literally unbeatable in Singapore. But of course, these are Malaysian exchange rate prices we are talking about here. Still a wonderful dinner addition in your visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Must Go! | Actually pretty Good | Worth Trying | Shortlist Optionally | Should Avoid
Spade’s Burger @ Sri Petaling, KL Locality Map
77-1, Jalan Radin Bagus, Sri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 11:30am–11pm