Do-it-yourself dipping burger delivered to the doorstep

Pasadena Burger uses premium quality ingredients with three dipping sauce options.

MALAYSIANS can now enjoy California dipping burger in the comfort of their homes.

Inspired by Pasadena, home of the world’s first cheeseburger, Pasadena Burger’s online delivery service offers premium quality ingredients such as high-grade Australian beef, cheddar cheese, and muffin-style buns along with three dipping sauces — honey cheese, Cajun spicy cheese and habanero southern Californian cheese.

Pasadena Burger is available via do-it-yourself meal kit options of two, four, six or eight burgers.

Customers can fully customise their online orders with various sauce choices, which are then delivered to their home.

All ingredients and seasonings are provided in airtight packaging and dry ice that preserves the high-grade Australian beef.

Those looking to simply enjoy the burgers readymade from the Pasadena Burger kitchen, can also order them online.

“Pasadena Burger is committed to the innovation of new and bold flavours, bringing a twist to how burgers are enjoyed.

“We aim to ensure that all Malaysians can enjoy the classic California dipping burger, including from the comfort of their own home, ” said its management team in a press statement.

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