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Posted by DiningDeacon on 10/04/2007
Yes: our burgers were cooked exactly to order -- my friend enjoyed her classic, and I absolutely loved the lamb/merguez -- spicy, juicy, yummy. The waffle fries were great, and the slaw was quite good. The staff was nice in general, and our waitress was efficient and friendly. No: I expected something more serious in the way of a hamburger bun, not the generic squishy kind. And although we found ourselves pretty stuffed after our burgers and two shared sides, I agree that $10 for the burger itself is a bit much. (At Old Homestead the burger is only a few dollars more, but probably three times as big.) But yes I will go back -- I'm glad it's in my neighborhood.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/26/2007
I've been to BLT Burger a few times--it's right by my apartment and the food is fine. But, the restaurant is completely disorganized. They always run out of basic things like onion rings, forks, milkshake glasses, napkins. And they have one milkshake machine, so you wind up waiting a long time for your milkshake to arrive. Completely disorganized--get your act together!!
Posted by ugh... on 09/15/2007
if this place were around when 'sex in the city' was still shooting, it would have made a cameo...and that's pretty much the palate the menu was designed for...leeching off the blt name this food is shameful...if you're looking for a scene or a hangout and you're too suburban for the corner bistro then this is your place...aka murray hill types with no taste buds...
Posted by WV Meateater on 08/02/2007
Small burger and no fries for $10 bucks. It is listed as 5oz and and you would never realize how small that is until you try to make a meal out of one. Medium rare was medium at best - I guess it is tough to cook such small burgers with pink in the middle. I also agree about the mustard being standard as weird. I think the french should perhaps avoid burgers. Don't know what people are saying about the wait, my food came pretty quick.
Posted by UES on 07/23/2007
An attempt to capitalize on the burger hype that has come along in the last few years started out well enough. However in the short time they have been open they have raised their prices more than once. Sometimes in the form of giving less for more - like the BLT burger which one day was a double and the next became a single (basically you pay about $4 more for peppercorn sauce). Be careful because the regular burger comes with mustard, a big no-no outside of Europe imo. If someone wants they should be able to ask for it, but very few would suspect it is standard. Really cool bartended and great potato chips on the bar, but everything else feels like a huge rip off, especially since the burger is not that good (and certainly not very big).
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007
As a new fan of the other BLT restaurants, I was very excited to try BLT Burger. The place was pretty busy went I went last weekend, but we were seated almost right away. My friend and I ordered the classic burger and the "BLT" burger, both medium with cheese. They came out perfectly pink in the center and were juicy and flavorful. The sweet potato fries have a great texture, and the spiked milkshakes are a must-have indulgence. Like I said, the place was pretty full but our server checked on us to see how we liked our burgers and didn't rush us, which is a pet peeve of mine. Overall, the food was tasty, the service was cordial, and I will definitely be returning!
Posted by Nick on 06/15/2007
I enjoy BLT burger - I think the burgers and fries are delicious, the atmosphere comfortable, and the service just fine.