The meat was ok. The menu didn’t say anything about it being grass-fed. Grass-fed been always earns an extra point in my book. The meat was cooked medium rare and had the right amount of moistness. Personally, I could have been happy with a patty half the size; it was just a TON of meat.
The bun was ok but I usually like the bun a little toasted and super fresh-tasting. This but wasn’t bad by any means, but nothing special either.
Burger:bun ratio: 8/10
I think this is one of the rare occasions the patty might even overpower the bun! There was just so much meat…
Typical toppings – roma tomatoes, sliced red onions, lettuce, pickles. They were fine – nothing to write home about necessarily, but not terrible either. The menu didn’t say anything about them being local/organic, I would be curious to know.
The condiments they had were the standard types of condiments with various added ingredients like sugars and additives I’m not crazy about. ): I’m all about the real ingredient, no sugar added types of condiments!
Although this was a beautiful burger at first glance, it was also a messy, messy burger. I blame the sheer volume of burger, just too much of a good thing, started falling apart within the first bite, EEK.
Larger steak fries that weren’t overly seasoned! You could also substitute sweet potato friends which is always a win in my book.
Total score: 49/70
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