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Posted by Digby on 12/04/2008
The first thing I learned is you do not need a double. I thought the patties were going to be in the spirit of 5 guys so I ordered a double. While the brioche bun would surely hold up to a single, it was a bit overmatched by the double, and the patties are big enough that one will suffice. Also, you get the same amount of tomato and "special sauce" (thousand island) on a double as you do on a single, so the meat really dominates everything else on the double. The flavor is good, and they are flame broiled. My problem is the meat is fatty in a way that leads to little inedible bits of grissle. Not the "smoothest" burger out there. The fries are good and you can get them with cheese if you are throwing caution to the wind. Shakes are great. Let's just hope they do not raise their very good prices.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/21/2008
i had a plain burger and a shake. i have to say it was one of the best burgers i ever had. i like my burger medium if i can trust the place. and i could definitely trust burger creations after this. the meat was definitely fresh and juicy. i ordered a chocolate shake, omg it was amazing. it had great consistency and the service was super friendly! everyone has to go check them out after or before class one day!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2008
I tried this place the other night and I must say that the burger was delicious and a great value to boot. I love the brioche bun and the meat was cooked to temperature I had mine medium with cheddar cheese and bacon. The service wasn't super fast, but the 5 minute wait was worth the burger cooked fresh to order. The fries, while not shoestring, were excellent. Overall a great value!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/17/2008
I had a cheeseburger from this place last night and it was delicious. The burger was cooked perfectly and was really juicy and tasty. Will definitely go back for more.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/15/2008
Grisly, poor quality meat in the greasy hamburgers. We are not talking greasy in a good way (like Shake Shack or 5 Guys). This is a thick grease which coats the back of your throat and lingers for a couple of hours. The "Chicken Burger" was a deep fried mcnugget-like mystery meat patty on a cottony bun. Lukewarm fries. Staff was reasonably helpful for a fast food burger place, but the food was so consistently awful that the best scenario is that they go out of business fast so something else can move in. Hopefully, it will not be an ATM.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/14/2008
I picked up a Turkey Cordon Bleu to take home for dinner. It was quite good. There was a good crowd in the restaurant, so it seems it has gotten off to a good start. I will definitely be returning to try other items.