Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The burger, called the All Star Steakburger, was basically a pretty thick, bacon cheeseburger. Everything on it was okay. The meat was okay, the fixings run-of-the-mill, they did have bacon, but everything was plain to the point of being unremarkably immemorable.
The fries were fries, and cole slaw was cole slaw. Overall comparability I'd rate it with Denny's or something. Not somewhere I'd go out of my way for for a burger, but something safe if you happen to be passing by.
Thursday, July 7, 2011
The patty was a regular patty. They say kobe beef, and I'm sure the quality is better than your run-of-the-mill stuff you'd find elsewhere. Maybe I just got the wrong burger (again). The fixings on the burger were again nondescript. Your standard iceberg lettuce, a slice of tomato, a thick pickle wedge, some cheese. Of course being the Tear Jerker, it came with roasted jalapenos and some other stuff. The sauce was a buffalo sauce base, meaning: hot sauce and butter, basically the stuff you put onto hot buffalo wings. The bun was a bun, it served well enough. To be honest, the burger was spicy, and it was a good spicy, but there was so much of it you tasted only the buffalo sauce and jalapenos, the burger itself only adding texture. For all I knew, I could've been chewing on boca slathered in hot sauce on a bun.
All in all it wasn't bad. The tater tots were a nice touch on the side, though you could get sweet potato fries as well, which were a plus. I'm not a huge fan of shoe string fries, but they have them as well. It's a decent place to go, but frankly, to me, way too overpriced. The burgers are a bit small and frankly not really worth the menu cost. It's a novelty place, but that's about the only reason I'd go back.