Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Malcolm’s Burger: Affordable Wagyu Burgers, Anytime

There used to be a bigger, more spacious Malcolm’s Place (a full-serviced, casual dining restaurant) somewhere in the Salcedo area of Makati before. This Malcolm’s Burger we visited Tuesday night of last week was a tiny shop with just a few al fresco tables and standing beside a 7-Eleven store. To me, it seems like the grandchild or what’s left of Malcolm’s Place because they have the same logo, burgers offered and all. Anyway, it’s right smack on the corner of V.A. Rufino and San Agustin streets. I had a quick burger dinner there together with the hubby. It was a unique burger experience because we ate burgers made from 100% Kitayama Wagyu beef patties. Cool, eh?

Surprisingly, though, with the quality of the beef patties used, Malcolm’s burgers are priced reasonably. A burger here starts at P120 and can go up to P270 for the most expensive one. Aside from burgers, they also serve rice meals such as tapa, sisig and salisbury steak, all made from Wagyu beef.


For our orders, I got the Onion Crunch Burger (P135) while the hubby settled for the Bacon Cheeseburger (P145). For an additional of P40 each, we also got ourselves a drink and some potato chips to go with our burgers.

The hubby’s Bacon Cheeseburger had a standard-sized beef patty with cheese, some lettuce, onion slices, fresh tomatoes and of course, the good ‘ol bacon.


Mine, on the other hand, was basically the same except that it had three pieces of onion rings on it (which tasted and looked like the ones from Burger King, albeit bigger).


Our burgers were good and so worth the price. The beef patties were well-seasoned, juicy and had a smoky, meaty flavor. A little greasy, yes, but you could definitely taste the freshness and the quality of the beef used. But like other burgers in the metro, to get the most out of our burgers, we had to add some catsup, mayo, mustard and hot sauce to it. This enabled us to fully enjoy our burgers up to the last bite.


Malcolm’s Burger’s Potato Chips (P35, solo) were also noteworthy. They tasted like those imported potato chips, so light, crunchy and flavorful. I intentionally forgot about my weight loss goals while eating them. Haha.


If you’re looking for something different with your burgers, give Malcolm’s Burger a try. I heard they have two other branches: La Salle-Taft and The Fort, Taguig.

Malcolm's Burger
G/F PDCP Bldg.
LP Leviste St cor VA Rufino St.
Salcedo Village, Makati

(+632) 836-4384

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