If you have missed Sixty Bites, it’s back with a new name and some new food items! Meet Morbites.
So, why the rebranding? Well, Morbites aims to emphasise its menu and solidify their customers’ burger experience. They also hope to expand their presence in the Malaysian burger scene with the rebranding campaign.
After John Justin Tey and Amer Ezzadeen took over in 2019, the brand has undergone some expansion. They now have a central kitchen, a food truck for you to get food on the go, and burger stalls, thanks to their partners in the Food and Beverages (F&B) industry.
Physical changes aside, there are a few new items on the menu which, as always, delivers new innovative flavours. If you are a vegan burger lover, try Morbites Beyond Meat Burger. The 100% meat free burger consists of homemade focaccia buns, a Beyond Meat burger patty, green lettuce, vegan cheese, creamy guac salsa sauce and the Morbites’ famous onion jam.
There is also the Crispy Chikin Delux. This burger has boneless fried chicken thigh, melted cheese, fresh lettuce and a spiced alioli sauce. If you are thirsty, three new smooth and creamy milkshakes have been added to the mix. Pick either the Choco Loco, Mango Tango or the Vanilla Surprise for a refreshing drink.
If you want a bite of these delicacies, Morbites is available at Damansara Perdana, Hawkers Ave, Sunway Damansara, and SS2. Delivery is available through Hungry Delivery, OODLE and their in-house delivery service.
In response to the Covid-19 situation, MORCARE, which is a collaboration with Care Concierge allows you to redeem a free burger from Morbites if you take the Covid-19 test at Care Concierge’s drive-thru screening site. You can also opt to donate the burger to the less fortunate.
Check out their website for more info.