favorite burgers, best burger place, great food, nice bar, crispy ground beef, decent swill, fabulous fries
One of the Worst.
I went to dinner with my family not knowing exactly what to expect. I really hoped for more than what we got.
3 of us ordered the "Eiffel Tower Burger". What came was a seriously overdone piece of utterly tasteless meat, on a soft brioche bun, with the smallest bit of lettuce, a smear of bleu cheese and a dollop of an orange mustard substance. If you're a fan of crispy ground beef, (at least I think it was beef, who could tell), this is for you. $12.00. It wasn't even worth 12 pesos. The next night we all ate from Hamburger Mary's. What a huge difference.
The rest of the meals were non-descript, which was an improvement over mine. The service was fair at best, and one of the owners, Alan, spent the entire meal trying to convince us that this swill was actually decent.
No, sorry, bring back Surya. At least that was a good place to have a meal. Although thinking about it, something will be taking over this space in the not to distant future.
"Hey, Burger Kitchen", you are definitely on the NFL plan. NFL, Not For Long.
I am sorry you had a bad experience. However none of what you have written appears to be accurate. Furthermore your comments about Alan are completely false. Fortunately Burger Kitchen has never and will never use shills to trash any restaurant.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Contrary to its name, there's more to this low-key burger joint than the typical cheese and beef slapped on a bun. With 25 different types of burgers, including the Lobster Decadence, Summersetshire cheeseburger and Texas chili burger, the owner proclaims that it's the only spot in the country where customers can indulge in such a bevy of burger options. Customers chomping on beer-battered onion rings and French fries drizzled in garlic oil kick back in blue-cushioned booths or prop up their elbows on the bar's marble countertops and chug one of the ten beers on tap.
Amazing burgers and fries!!!!. If you are looking for a great burger place in Los Angeles, look no further than The Burger Kitchen. They are located right on West 3rd Street in Los Angeles near Toast and Joans. It was by chance that my fiancee and I stumbled upon this gem. We went in for dinner on Saturday night(which happened to be their opening night) and from the owner to the wait staff everyone was so accomodating and quick. I ordered a Godfather burger and my fiancee the Mountain Burger! Both of them were delciously spiced and flavorful! We also each ordered fries, which they cook two times over and are yummy and crispy. We wish we could have tried one of the desserts(a cookie ice cream sandwich) but were too stuffed from our fabulous burgers and fries. The ambiance inside the space is very relaxing and they also have a nice bar with different beers on tap and wine. I think if you are looking for a top notch burger in LA this is the place to try!!!
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