Monday, March 20, 2006

Five Guys Burgers

Went to visit Donal this weekend in Shrewsbury this weekend. I was starving when I got to his house, so we immediately left again and went to Five Guys Burgers in York.

Your choices are few, but I like that. Makes me feel like if the establishment is only relying on Burgers and Fries, then they must be worth it. You have your choice of single or double, cheese or no, bacon or no. All other toppings are available. Donal had a double bacon with cooked onions and mushrooms and barbecue sauce. I had double bacon with pickles, lettuce and tomato. We split a cup of fries. Very good burger, they're hand made, no preformed processed burger here. The bun was nice and toasty, but I would have liked another slice of cheese.

I don't know what Zagat rated these burgers, but I loved mine, and will go back next time I visit the Park Street Collective.

1 Comment:

  1. John said...
    I just had a dry and tasteless burger at Five Guys. The reason for this is because the guy making the burger was smashing the burger on the grill and removing all of the beef juices. The original Five Guys made great burgers, but the franchise operators are not making them the same way, and may not be using the same beef.

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