myBurgerLab has Opened its No. 4 Branch in Cyberjaya

By | June 14, 2015

The best burger maker in town – myBurgerLab has just opened its fourth branch – now in the tech city of Cyberjaya.

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Cyberjaya – Malaysia’s Global Tech Hub was nothing but a vast plantation nearly 20 years ago. Today, it’s home to multinational tech companies and more than 80,000 people are currently working and living in Cyberjaya. Most of the people who work in Cyberjaya used to complain that the choices for food are extremely limited and they had to drive to Puchong or Dengkil just to get a decent mean. However, that has changed as more and more food outlets are opened. One of them is myBurgerLab.

If you’ve never eaten the burger from myBurgerLab before, stop reading this right now and head to your nearest branch. I’m not a big fan of burgers but there’s something with their burger which makes it so delicious and irresistible.

The branch in Cyberjaya is located at the following address:

Prima 4, Prima Avenue, Block 3513, Jalan Teknokrat 5, 63000 Cyberjaya

If you’re driving, you can find it on Waze: http://waze.to/lr/hw28295xym.

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The branch in Cyberjaya is made out of a shipping container so it can be tricky to find it if you’re not familiar with the area. Once you’ve found a parking spot near Starbucks in Prima Avenue, just walk towards the basketball court and you should be able to see a striking red container. There are other food outlets there which are also made out of containers and apparently the place is called Container Avenue.

The dining area is open-air style but covered from the sun and there’s also a small air-conditioned pavilion that can fit up to 15 patrons. I went for a quick lunch there about two weeks ago and my purchase came with a free drink. The most basic burger costs RM11.90 and goes up to RM19.50. You can find the full menu with prices on their website.

It’s extremely exciting to know that Cyberjaya is no longer a sleepy town. I hope other popular F&B outlets will spread their wings to this part of Klang Valley!

By the way, the are closed on Sundays.

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