This was a weird Burger experience. Each bite was more interesting (and worse) than the last. After this burger, I need a palette cleanser and a hug. Vegan mayo should be banned.
The fries, with their McDonalds-esque flavor, were the best part, as was the American flag toothpick.
Even worst than the burger's performance was Andrew's. Wooooh boy. This guy! Emailing us at 8 am to get to the restaurant early but he himself showed up late. He also tried to bribe us for a better rating. This is Trump's America, I suppose. We can't trust our leaders. Rating for Andrew 1.8 (points for the cardigan, a saving grace.)
For Andrew: 5. This was Andrew's best day. I don't know if I'm euphoric about the burger but Andrew looked sharp, was on time, and was pleasant company. Maybe because he was hungover? Anything is possible in this new world, I guess.
The burger was incredible. The fries were incomparable. I even liked the pickle. It's expensive, of course, but it's worth it. I can't believe I've had this burger twice in my life and some people never have. It's an american tragedy.
Oui oui! There are not many life-changing burgers you’ll have in your life, but this is one of them. From the presentation to the melting cheese, every moment was a sumptuous burger journey. As a sides purest, who prefers French fries, I was even a fan of the Brussels sprouts, which were prettying effing great. As the French lady said, “this is a fucking good burger.” *chef’s kiss
Andrew rating: 4.8 because you don’t have the edit feature yet and you were being bougie by speaking French to all the French people.