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Do You Know That Ramly Burgers Are Banned In Singapore
They may call it Ramly Burger but the patties here in Singapore do not come from the Malaysian manufacturer.
Text and Images by Sheere Ng @ Makansutra
Did you know that the beloved and hugely popular Ramly burger – a Malaysian makan icon which we love to eat at local Hari Raya pasar malams or food fairs – is not the real deal at all?
In fact, the only authentic thing about the Ramly Burgers in Singapore is the wrapper.
That’s because the Ramly beef and chicken patties, the essence of what a Ramly burger is all about, has been banned in Singapore for some time.
Instead, what you get are burger patties with brand names such as Tasty, Sultan Burger and Armiya, all made locally.
So who is Ramly and how come his burgers became so popular?
Founder Ramly Bin Mokni is a Malaysian who together with his wife, Shala Siah Binti Abdul Manap, created the burger recipe in 1979.READ FULL STORY HERE
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