My expectation of this first ever JR in Malaysia is to be at par with similar or almost similar type of American diner found locally e.g. Chillis or TGIF. How wrong I was. Obviously, from the shiny menu, the forte of this restaurant are their burgers and milkshakes. I ordered the Route 66 and chose the option of onion rings instead of fries. And guess how many onion rings I got on the plate? Four. Yes just 4, cold and out of shape onion rings. Don't they know that 4 isn't exactly a nice number in this part of the world? They might as well slip me a brochures of custom-made caskets. And the bread or buns - they're like those buns from a roadside burger ramly (no offense to burger ramly - they taste much better than JR). The milkshakes are way too sweet. God knows if they bought a sugar mill as part of their expansion strategy here. I requested a glass of warm water to prevent myself from dying of diabetes and guess what? 'No warm water here Sir, but we do have bottled water'. I'm sorry i just don't believe in bottled water - from the greedy corporations that manufactures them to the pollution plastic bottles contributed to the environment after they are discarded. Wait - JR just doesn't care about that, do they? Wow. considering that water is free in this state of Selangor. I have never been refused of help that a glass of water could provide from Chillis or TGIF. Two tasteless burgers, kids meals and 2 milkshakes. Total cost? RM135. Worth it? Obviously not. All I can say that was my first and last visit to Johnny Rockets Malaysia.
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