This is a stunning burger which I enjoy at the end of my Las Vegas vacations, due to the fact that there is a Carl’s Jr. in McCarran International Airport.
There is nothing to complain about this burger – in fact I would say that this is the only restaurant grade burger I’ve ever had from a fast food burger outlet. This wipes the floor with a McDonald’s any day of the week, although the prices are higher in Carl’s, so you would expect that.
I have stupidly never photographed myself eating one so I’ll have to make do with one from their website for now.
This is still my favourite burger, so far nothing else has topped it. I enjoy eating a JR each time I visit Las Vegas, as there just happens to be a diner in the Flamingo Casino, where we often stay.
This burger is just packed full of flavour and made on demand so always fresh. It comes with the usual salad items inside the burger. The patty’s are huge, so even in the single configuration as shown below, there is plenty to eat. The buns are amazing as well, and have a slight polish to them.
This is the benchmark by which I compare all other burgers.
I really like Wetherspoons – I think some people slate it, but that’s just because its just fashionable to do so.
Their Cornish burger is one of my favourites – I like fairly straight up burgers, and this is a damn good one. A nice thick patty which is not greasy, topped with a couple of nice rashers of bacon, a might thick slice or two of Davidstow cheddar and then some onion rings.
As usual it comes with a pint and a side of fries and onion rings. All for 7.49, so you can’t complain – a pint of the black stuff costs half that, and you can have that with your burger if you want. Nice one Tim, keep it up.
My friend James recommended trying out the Hub Box in Truro, so off I went with my bestie Kirsty. I opted for the regulatr cheeseburger type thing and a side of fries. I was very impressed although I think I put a tad too much salt on the fries.
The burger was cooked to perfection really, nice thick patty – no grease, and it was really nice to see some rustic style fries rather than the ones you buy in the super market. The Hub box started in a shipping container in Truro but have now moved to new premises. The staff were really nice and friendly.
I haven’t been to any yet, but they have regular music nights which look quite cool – they might be a bit to cool for me, but maybe I’ll see if I can tempt the wife to go and watch a band and have a bit of scof! Not sure if they do any Veggy options though !
I very seldom choose anything in the Cheesecake Factory other than their special “Chicken Madeira”, but on this occasion I decided to try their burger. This little beauty is a mac ‘n cheese burger. It features a regular 6oz patty with a deep fried macaroni cheese blob stuck to the top.
If I’m honest it was delicious but very rich – not sure I’d try this model again. It also came with a garlic dinner bread, a bucket of fries and the usual rabbit food.
Denny’s burgers are always high up in my rankings – this was the new burger on the scene in Miami when I last went, and is the Bourbon Bacon Burger, in a nice Tiger Bap with seasoned fries. Very nicely cooked patty!
I like the burgers here. Cooked well, not too much oil like you get at some burger joints. The take outs are wrapped nicely in Foil (not toilet paper like McFuckwits) and therefore keep everything nice and hot.