Beef Burger: 8.5/10
Chicken Burger: 8.5/10
So why Burgers Anonymous?
He says: A long gestating proposal to share a burger with the awesome Bianca from For Food’s Sake resulted at us hitting up Burger’s Anonymous.
She says: Like he says, it was almost the burger date that never happened. But then it did, and it was a heap of fun.
What did you order?
- The Eazy-E Burger with Crack Bacon – $14
- The Chooklyn Burger with cheese – $15
- Maple Mayhem Chicken Wings – $8
- Loaded Fries – $6
Tell us about the Eazy-E Burger?
He says: This was great without being outstanding. Pretty close to an upmarket Hungry Jacks burger in taste. I’d prefer a softer bun and the patty a little more on the pink side but these are minor quibbles. The BA sauce raised the game tenfold and you’d be a total dick if you didn’t add crack bacon to this bad boy.
She says: Pretty solid burger, not outstanding but if I lived close by this would definitely be one of my staples. The insides were great but I think the bun let it down. I wasn’t crazy about the bun on either of these burgers, it was perhaps a bit too ry?
So then, how did you find the Chooklyn Burger?
She says: That piece of chicken was huge, and cooked really well! This burger was easily my favourite, nice crisp salad, great warm cheese and tonnes of sauce. Again, a solid burger that you would go back for.
He says: A chicken schnitzel styled patty that did wonders when combined that BA sauce and sweet BBQ. Again a bit of a bun issue here but damn if it was freaking delicious.
Now, what about the sides?
She says: The chicken wings were great – sticky and sweet but with nice moist chicken inside. The fries were decadent and delicious however not for the faint hearted (they would be great friends with a hangover.)
He says: I was a massive fan of both of these. The loaded fries had the aforementioned bang on BA sauce (seriously you dunk anything in this and it would taste delicious) with Crack Bacon and I’m a fan of a sweet and spicy combo when it comes to wings these were right up my alley.
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