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Thursday, April 2, 2015

King Bobby's Burger Palace in the Kingdom of Paramus

Where: 
Bobby's Burger Palace
610 Bergen Town Center
Paramus, NJ 07652
(201) 368-7001

What: 
The Miami Burger

Build: 
Bobby's burger topped with pressed ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, mustard and mayonnaise on a panini-pressed sesame seed bun (if you look closely you'll see that the bun is served upside down to better show off the panini grill hash marks).

Comments: 
My first review of Bobby's ended with me bashing him a bit on the actual value of the burgers. I felt they were overpriced for what you get, and I still feel this way – the price point is quite high for a QSR but I gotta tell you, the freakin' burgers are so consistently awesome that I can't stay away too long because I start jonesin’ for them. 

And here’s proof that I’m not the only one... the cash register system went down just after we ordered lunch and it stayed down for a solid 15 minutes before they were able to take an order or even charge people in the pick-up line as they watched their food getting cold. I waited and waited to see how long it would be before the people in the order line left because their lunch hour was dwindling, but not one person left. Not one. That spoke volumes.

Today I stepped out of character and ordered what I consider to be an “over-populated toppings” burger. 

Glad I did. It was amazing. 

The flavors of this burger were spot-on and it was done a perfect medium-rare. Everything was perfect – the queso, the pickles, the mayo-mustard combo, the chips that provided crunchification, and finally, the ham – that tender, smokey, glorious ham! This is the burger you always hope for but rarely get. Now that I found it, I'll be back. 

Although lunch for one will cost you the better part of $20 – fair value or not – I can't stay away for long, and apparently neither can anyone else during the daily line-out-the-door lunch hour.

This burger easily slides into home with a 10/10 on the BC rating scale.






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As mentioned in my last review, the sauces are all good to taste test however, there is the mysterious "Burger Sauce" which for me tastes horrible and I can't for the life of me pinpoint any one ingredient...strange. 




 This is the Brunch Burger - it's topped with a fried egg, smokey bacon and American cheese and it's crunchified, of course. My friend ate it and he's still raving about it. 





The onion rings are hot, fat, salted and delicious.



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