Danne Burger has returned with more offerings after one of their branches at the Jerudong Park (JP) Food Court was destroyed in a fire last year.
Originally from Kuala Belait, operators Deeni Roza bin Idriss and wife Qurratuani binti Abdul Samat decided to move to the capital to open their first branch.
Their burgers come in different sizes ranging from four to 12 inches of different shapes and colours. The couple uses homemade buns, patties and sauce for their burgers.
“It was quite challenging to produce our own buns. After about 30 trials, we finally got the production we wanted after mastering on controlling the temperature and getting the right texture of the batter. We also came up with the idea of making our burgers colourful, an idea generated from the colourful traditional Sarawakian kueh sapit,” Deeni said.
Besides burgers, another dish of interest is their popular char kuay teow, which Deeni learnt from a Malaysian chef.
In the long-run, the couple hopes to open branches in Belait and Temburong districts.
They also hope to participate in any programme organised by DARe (Darussalam Enterprise) again.