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Friday, November 20, 2015

*3rd & Final Review of Habit Burger in Fairlawn, NJ

Where:The Habit Burger Grill
3101 Promenade Blvd
Fair Lawn, NJ
http://www.habitburger.com/

What:
Double Charburger

Build:
Mayonnaise, pickle, tomato, lettuce, and caramelized onions on a toasted bun.

Comments:
This is my third and final review of Habit Burger in Fairlawn, NJ. After a 2nd trip that was slightly off, I'm happy to say the folks at Habit have come into their own and are pumping out quality burgers.

My Double Charburger was great – fresh, hot, and the presentation had my mouth watering.(See photos.)

If you haven't tried Habit Burger yet, you need to. There is a freshness about all of the toppings and bun that you just don't find everywhere, and it's the first thing I notice when I unwrap my burger.
These burgers score high on my rating scale, but if I had one gripe it would be the “doneness” of the burgers. I wish they wouldn't cook them so thoroughly. They would be over-the-top if only cooked to a medium or even medium well...
Just sayin'.

This trip to Habit yields an 8.1 out of 10 on the BC rating scale. The burger patty resisted my bite a bit too much. I prefer a more loosely packed burger patty.















Many thanks to Jeff Salas and crew for running a clean, well-run restaurant that pumps out some great tasting burgers...





































This is the first time I've ever seen a corporate glamour shot that doesn't do the real thing justice...


2 comments:

  1. love Habit and love the very happy young lady who takes the orders, she has a million watt smile and a great attitude.

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  2. The lettuce was fresh and crunchy, the pickles weren't over powering, Best Food Truck In LA

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