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Hybrid burger the next food craze?

Move over, salted egg yolk croissant. The Ramly burger-inspired MURTABURGER (which looks nothing like a burger) is all the rage now. We tell you if it’s worth the hype

Murtaburger

Murtaburger, $7

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If you’ve ever craved a murtabak and a Ramly burger at the same time (RIP, diet), consider the artery-clogging Murtaburger created by this prata joint, which has recently been making its rounds on social media. The adapted contents of the Ramly, the popular Malaysian street burger — mutton patty (instead of the usual beef), sunny side up egg (in place of omelette), chilli sauce and mayonnaise — are stuffed into a crispy roti prata shell.

There’s also mozzarella cheese melting within. It took 15 minutes for our Murtaburger to arrive, ’cos the thin mutton patty is made fresh in-house. The ‘burger’ is folded like an origami square and looks more like an overstuffed quesadilla. We were disappointed that our mutton patty was considerably skinnier than the luscious versions we’ve seen online. In fact, it was barely thicker than the minced meat in a regular murtabak. Each mouthful oozes golden egg yolk, stringy cheese and a bit of that juicy mutton. We use a knife and fork to eat this, and it tastes a bit like a spicy, doughy pizza. We wish there was more mayonnaise in the ‘burger’ to balance the fiery chilli. Moreover, the mutton is also rather gamey. A great idea in theory but, alas, not quite worth the calories.

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