Juicy burgers by the beach


Photos By JEREMY TAN

Sink your teeth into the Beef Burger (left) or Lamb Burger combo, which comes with a soft drink, fries and garden salad.

WITH a choice of different buns, patties and condiments to provide all kinds of flavours, burgers appeal to people of all ages.

There are some enticing ones to be had at Sigi’s Bar and Grill in Shangri-La Golden Sands, Penang.

The scenic beachside restaurant currently serves Burger Specials with four new options – Beef Burger, Lamb Burger, Grilled Salmon Burger and Grilled Chicken Burger.

Available from 11am to 6pm daily, they are a satisfying choice for a lazy day at the beach.

Sous chef Ho Kuen Leong said burgers had always been among the eatery’s bestsellers.

“We regularly introduce new varieties with exciting flavours to keep it fresh for diners.

“We also make our chicken and lamb patties in-house with our own herbs and spices,” he continued, adding that diners had the option of regular sesame seed buns or charcoal buns.

All four burgers come in combos priced at RM50 each with sides of French fries and garden salad as well as a glass of Coke or Sprite.

The Grilled Chicken Burger is paired with tomato relish, avocado pulp and cheese for a sweet yet tangy taste while the Beef Burger comes with double patties alongside mayo-mustard and cheese.

There is a Middle Eastern touch to the Lamb Burger which is accompanied by smoky barbecue sauce, mint and sour cream which creates a spicy yet cooling sensation.

Those who prefer fish will enjoy the Grilled Salmon Burger – it is luscious, thanks to condiments like preserved olive-mayo.

Also available are Sigi’s regular Italian a la carte favourites from soups and antipasto to pizza and pasta as well as meats and seafood off the grill.

Desserts and tantalising beverages complete the offerings. Daily Happy Hours are from 5pm to 7pm.

SIGI’S BAR & GRILL, beachfront, Shangri-La Golden Sands, Batu Ferringhi, Penang.

11am to 10.30pm daily (Tel: 04-886 1852)

This is the writer’s personal observation and not an endorsement by StarMetro.

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