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The Daily Grind

In November 2008, The Daily Grind opened in Bangsar Village. It is the first gourmet burger diner in Malaysia. Its philosophy is simple - to serve home-made quality burger patties using fresh ingredients. All patties whether beef, chicken or lamb are made with prime cuts of meat and are ground on Read More

Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar Baru
Bangsar Village I
+603 2287 6708
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
What more can you ask for? A hearty meal, the waiting staffs are friendly, polite and helpful, a pint or two, and a cosy atmosphere. And by being just a burger and western kinda joint, it trumps the neighbouring KGB (more like upscale fast food). With this, it’s upscale + delicious.Read more
The dishes we ordered were all deliciously prepared and fresh! Small wine selection but BYO allowed.Read more
Have meaning to visit this highly praised restaurant for many years. Prompted by a friend we dropped in the other day and enjoyed a great lunch. My wife had a fresh crispy chicken salad which hit the. Mark. My medium cheeseburger was a real burger perfectly cooked as medium rare really which was just right. Only complaint was that the chips tasted very shop bought frozen but were fine. Good value and pleasant efficient service.Read more
the burgers were nice and well cooked but service was quite poor - sat for ages with no staff in sight. the dogs dinner was disappojnting - too much cream made the fries soggy. Overall proably best to get delivery Read more
Standards have slipped since the restaurant first opened. The service has become lackadaisical and the food cooked without love. Heineken beer at RM23 for a glass (not a pint) is expensive when compared to its competitors on the same street. Also the ketchup they serve is insipid, bland and watery. For goodness sake please give the customer the option to enjoy regular commercial ketchup with their meals!Read more