While enjoying a few beverages at happy hour, we decided to make it a business “meating” by ordering burgers. Looking back, we should have had a few more drinks because their burger would have been forgettable either way. It wasn’t bad, but it also wasn’t noticeably good, even after a few drinks.
“The Burger” sticks to a classic formula of lettuce, tomato, onion, white cheddar cheese, and a pretzel bun. Although sticking to the basics has proven to be a successful formula for many BurgerBible predecessors, the fundamentals were lacking on this package. The patty was a good size (somewhere between 1/3 and 1/2 pound of Angus beef) but lacked flavor and would have benefited from more seasoning. A plain flavored patty is a salient shortcoming, especially when the toppings are also unremarkable. The pretzel bun was adequate and wasn’t among the burger’s weaknesses.
English also offer a sexed up “Animal Farm Burger” (adds bacon, egg, “Windsor BBQ aioli” sauce). However, we weren’t tempted to try it given their evident elementary burger construction flaws and our growing bill.
TIER IV – NOT WORTH IT