Thursday, February 9, 2012

D'Tree

Beware: a barrage of belly-busting burgers lies ahead.

Lamb burger, topped with what tastes like a variation of coleslaw. D'Tree seems to make its own patties _ thick ones with distinctive flavors.

Pork burger with bacon. The problem lies with the preparation; most of the patties are badly charred underneath, undermining the succulent meat.

Beef burger. So which one's our favorite? Probably the lamb, which boasts the most tender texture & aromatic juices of these three options. Maybe some fried eggs would be useful to complement the beef & pork patties.

D'Bianco (white wine, rum, triple sec, lychee liquor, apple juice) & D'Sangria (red wine, vodka, whisky, triple sec, orange juice).

Wolf Blass Bilayra Shiraz (Australia) & Catena Zapata Alomos Malbec (Argentina).

D'Tree,
IOI Boulevard, Puchong.

43 comments:

  1. A fried egg would be awesome on that burger! Creamy runny yolk....... Reminds me of my fave road side burger!

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    1. Vien: egg makes everything better! that really should be an official slogan for restaurants, heheh :D

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  2. GAH! The attack of the D's... I simply can't take any joint with the D' pre-fix seriously... pretty sure it went out with the mullet!

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    1. Min: heheh, i actually have a soft spot for mullets! i think billy ray cyrus looked great in the mid-90s with one! :D

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  3. One of the best pork burgers I've eaten (outside) is the one from Kissaten - probably just a few door downs from this place, I'm guessing since it's in the same mall.

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    1. Baby Sumo: you're right, kissaten & this place are in the same building. i'm not sure i've ever tried kissaten's burger, but ya, i'm betting it's tastier than the one here at d'tree =)

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    2. Ooya...Kissaten's Teriyaki Pork Burger is an awesomelicious mess to eat :D

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    3. Ulric: wonder if kissaten will ever open a branch in the city center. their most convenient branch for me is at jaya one, but even that is a rather long drive from my office =)

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    4. I think Kissaten has a stall in Lot 10 Hutong food court...they have d burger there :)

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  4. Ah, another porky place. the bar look pretty swanky..

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    1. Smitten By Food: oh yeah, it's a nice-looking place. not a dodgy pub, heh =)

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  5. Some gherkins would be awesome with the burger. :) Maybe it's just me. I love pickled cucumbersss

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    1. Michelle: oops, i'm not a fan of gherkins at all, so i can't share that sentiment, heheh :D

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  6. What else do they do besides burgers? Wendy is really going to love this place! I agree lamb burgers are underrated - I still wish Darabif would open more outlets near me..lol

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    1. Dropsofcontentment: oooh, i think there's the usual pub grub here, though i honestly can't recall anything else from the menu. but i wonder if venison burgers might be good! :D

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    2. Go n try d Kiwi Lamb Burger with xtra Bacon n Cheese at Antipodean...it's superb :)

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    3. Ulric: heh, i had it with extra bacon at antipodean, though i'm not sure if i added extra cheese. but yeah, the patty was perfect :D

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    4. I tried it twice...once with bacon n another time with cheese...my next revisit will combine both....hehe :)

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  7. I like the look of those tall cocktail glasses. You can't beat a good sangria - although I prefer mine made with rum rather than vodka.

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    1. The Yum List: true, i'm beginning to feel that vodka is replaceable. i prefer gin in martinis instead of vodka. though then again, i guess vodka is necessary for cosmopolitans =)

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  8. I'm starting to notice a trend of Puchong-based eateries/restaurants that you are blogging about of late. Is it your new hotspot for new places? :D

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    1. Kenny: puchong is virgin territory for many of us! and really, it'll probably be faster for you to reach puchong on a regular weekend morning compared to solaris dutamas :D

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    2. True. Hence some mornings I only reach as far as Bukit Damansara... ;)

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    3. I think we are too lazy to drive to Puchong, maybe next time you drive us there lah! LOL :P

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    4. CK: i think i'll drive us to Cyberjaya! there are a few interesting restaurants that have opened there recently :D

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    5. You could always drive us to, hmm... let me think think... Solaris Dutamas? :P

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    6. Kenny: amboi, nakal betul budak ini, pandai ambil kesempatan! :p

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  9. Such a pity that they messed up the pork burger. Should have sent it back to the kitchen...

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    1. Bangsar-babe: yeah, you're right, i really should have. gotta learn to speak up & defend our consumer rights! :D

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  10. Wah, I was excited about the pork burger! Pork! Some more got Bacon - everything is better with bacon! But if they grill it til it's burnt then that sort of ruins it huh ... =[

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    1. Timing: yeah, it's a shame! the patty itself was of good quality, but the cooking spoiled it...

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  11. the lamb burger looks good :) but i love The Pork Place around IOI Boulevard more

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    1. Fish: oh yeah, the pork place is probably one of the best places at ioi boulevard! :D

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    2. Ooya...love their Pork Katsu Ciabatta...thanx to Sean's recommendation :)

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  12. i have not tried d lamb burger b4...
    it looks very delicious...
    I always hang out around IOI boulevard after work (near my company ..)
    so maybe next week I shall go n try it..

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    1. Simple person: ya, there seem to be a lot of bars and restaurants at ioi boulevard. I guess the popular ones would be the library, overtime and movida :D

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  13. Oooh yes I would go for the lamb burger! I would order two :))

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    1. Rad: phew! thank goodness you didn't say three! heheh =)

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    2. Hahaha they looked big so I don't think I could have three

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  14. I'm laughing at the glasses with such tall stems. Make sure you hold them properly or the drinks will be wasted.

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    1. Eiling: haha, you're right! i haven't seen those glasses at other bars & restaurants :D

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  15. how's the wine selection? does look like its quite a lot of wine bottles...

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    1. Missyblurkit: the wine list is pretty decent. this might be one of the better selections of wine in puchong =)

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