Pay close attention, there is only a small logo on the front door. It took me three drive-by’s to see the place, but I’m sure glad I found it. They serve one great cheeseburger!
It was nearly impossible to find any flaws in this burger. The Wagyu/chuck blend was juicy and flavorful and cooked perfectly. White American cheese does it for me. Griddled onions, think caramelized, had a good taste to them. The very thinly sliced dill pickles were great.
I didn’t notice it right away, but there was a ton of “Tiger Sauce Mayo” generously spread on the bottom bun. A lot of places can be a little skimpy on their special sauces. Not here. Loved it! The sauce has a great taste. You can see it starting to ooze out from under the patty. The bun, from Patisserie 46, was soft, perfectly toasted and just great!
We sat right by the kitchen and watched them cook everything. There were a lot of cheeseburgers going out and I’m thinking there were a lot of other satisfied burger patrons.
French fries- Good.
Fingerling potatoes – Good.
Butterscotch Pot De Creme – Good.