Burp~~! Yes, that's how most of us did once we're getting too full with the foods. And yes, am not talking about the action but a place where we can get to stuff ourselves with various yummy foods! Burp! Asian Food Gallery, a contemporary food court that furnished with modern interiors with cozy and warm ambiance would be a place for you to feast like a king. Unlike other food court, the cleanliness at Burp! definitely guaranteed for guest to enjoy their foods comfortably.
|Burp! The Asian Food Gallery|
|Clean and Spacious|
The interior is a fusion of industrial furnishings like steel combined with rustic wooden finishes. Burp! comes complete with handphone charging stations and free WiFi for the guest to enjoy. Besides, there are also television screens, boardgames and play area for the kids. Instead of focusing on Western dishes, Burp! has an array of local Asian delicacies and hawker fare which is what Malaysians are really known for.
I was surprised when I was given a card, so-called Passport upon entering Burp! Little did I know about the card will be the passport for every guest and we just need to swipe it upon doing the order at the stalls and pay only when you leave. Isn't that convenient??! This is certainly makes for simple family outings, with the little ones, less small change, less hassle and fast moving queues at stalls. Just so you know that it is the first Food Gallery to emerge with such unique concept! And oh! Burp! also uses the beeping UFO to notify you when your foods are ready.
|Fresh orange and watermelon juice|
There are altogether NINE food stalls and one refreshment stall where you can order drinks and perhaps desserts at the Food Gallery. The nine food stalls are Wok, Penang, Sizzles, Yong Tau Foo, Chicken Rice, Thai, Malay, Nasi Kandar and Japanese. Yours truly managed to try on some delicious dishes and burped! :p
Nasi Lemak can be easily found at Malay stall. A plateful of fragrant rice accompanied with fried anchovies and nuts, hard boiled egg, raw cucumber, fried egg and sambal, it just going to fix your appetite whether take it for breakfast or lunch or even the dinner.
|Sambal Udang Petai and Sambal Udang|
Another famous Malaysian dish would be the Sambal Udang Petai and Sambal Udang that can be found at Wok Stall. The spicy and tangy dish with fresh prawns and petai certainly going to tantalize your taste buds.
|Roasted Duck Rice|
Not up for spicy Malay foods? Fret not, you can always get the Roasted Duck Rice from Chicken Rice stall. Trust me, you're going to enjoy the crispy skin at the outside and tender meat in the inside of the roasted duck!
|Tom Yam Soup|
Guess what? You could get your Thai food craving by just head to Thai stall and order the Tom Yam Soup. The spicy and sourish soup taste definitely best to eat with the steamed rice I supposed!
If you're up to something different, perhaps you could give a try to Sizzling Noodle from Sizzles stall. The generous portion of the sizzling noodle topped with chicken meat and some vege, not to forget the mushrooms which made it more aromatic.
|Mee Goreng Mamak|
Looking for something light yet can satisfy your hunger? You may opt for Rojak from Nasi Kandar stall. The rojak is a rich peanut-infused gravy dish with bean curd, bean sprouts, turnips, cucumber and egg which just perfect for light lunch or snack. Mee Goreng Mamak would be great to start your day! Something plain yet flavorful fried noodle perfect for breakfast or lunch.
|Char Kuey Teow|
Wish to get craving fix on Penang dish? Yes! You could get Asam Laksa from Penang stall at Burp! A mildly spicy, flavorful Penang noodle dish with assam fish and an array of fragrant garnishes such as onion, cucumber, pineapple and mint leaves. And of course, you could get the Char Kuey Teow from the same stall too!
|Claypot Chicken Rice|
The Claypot Chicken Rice from Chicken Rice stall. The aromatic smells just going to tempt you to try it and you wish for more! Dig and stir everything in the claypot and you could enjoy the delicious chicken rice with the tasty gravy. You could see the layer of charred rice at the bottom!
|House Special Udon|
Looking for some Japanese foods? You could get it fix from Japanese stall and do not forget try on their House Special Udon for its delish and springy udon.
|Roasted BBQ Chicken|
|Yong Tau Foo|
|Vegetable cooked with Salted Fish|
Whatever main course you opt for, you could always get some other side dish to complete your meal. There's too many too choose from, perhaps the roasted bbq chicken, yong tau foo, kailan cooked with salted fish, huge prawn or satay. If you wonder how much each dish will cost since it is at Bangsar Shopping Centre, don't be surprised to know the prices start from RM 4.50 for meals and as low as RM 1.30 for drinks! The average price for the foods here is RM 7.90, don't you think it is quite affordable for a place like this? Why not try and "burp" at Burp! :p
Burp! Asian Food Gallery (4th Floor)
Lot No 4.06, Bangsar Shopping Centre,
285 Jalan Maarof, 59000 Bukit Bandaraya, KL.
Operating Hours: 8am - 10pm ( daily )
Contact No : 03 - 2282 7166