The best burger of your life might just be around the corner


  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017

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Have you ever noticed that when you’re not craving for burgers, you see burger stalls at every street corner, but when you actually do, there aren’t any to be found?

This might be the universe’s way of plotting against our tummies or just telling us that we are fat and don’t need those extra calories – don’t listen to the universe, you’re perfect the way you are – but now there is a way to beat the system.  

Cue Burger Kat Mane, a website created by Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) Malaysia to connect the estimated 10,000 burger stalls nationwide with their hungry fans.  

Oh … where was this website during all those nights out with friends? You can use the website to find the burger stalls nearest to you and it even provides directions on how to get there.  

“Diners can check out their local burger options or even go on a burger foodie trail as the site is map-based and makes finding the locations a breeze,” said Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) Malaysia Marketing manager Angeline Ho in a statement.  

“They can also choose to rate their favourite burger joints on Burger Kat Mane and share their opinions with other users via the Burger Kat Mane Facebook page.”  

Burger stall operators can also publicise and post their own offers to consumers. Users are required to sign up online to use the free services.  

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