Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Seine River and Oakwood Café, the Ellice Café uses top quality ingredients, but unlike the other two, the Ellice Café adds more seasoning to the burger patty making it very tasty. It’s Burger Club’s new #3 burger!
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Fat Boy Platter
Bacon Burger Platter
Salisbury House’s Build-a-Nip and a selection of side dishes to equal Original Joes.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Fat Boy Burger
There was some discussion over the price. One person felt the price was irrelevant if you don't like the food. Another rebutted, perhaps if you are starving the value is great because taste doesn't matter. I pointed out that there were a couple of places (Sonya's and Burger Factory come to mind) where you can get a really good burger for even less money - with 3 times the meat! However, they're both across town so NYB probably has great value to local folks.
Monday, November 7, 2011
|Battle for alpha-Russ|
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
White Star being a notable exception) so we’ve come to expect it. Like Sals though, when the menu says “cheddar” it sets up an expectation for, well, real cheddar cheese not an extruded slice. The patty was large, a fairly fine grind and moist. Somehow though, even with all these great ingredients, the burger didn't stand out. It was less than the sum of its parts. The meat had negligible seasoning, and with the absence of a tasty sauce, it made for a pretty routine, but good quality and filling burger. Burger Club rated the Seine River burger as a five star burger, but for me, it was a four star. Try the Charlee’s Peppercorn Bacon to experience what a really delicious, well seasoned burger tastes like!
What were you trying to illustrate, Brett?