425 Beaverbrook Rd,
What:The Sunset Burger
Build:10 ounce burger patty, Cajun seasonings, bacon, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese on a brioche bun
If you're looking for decent food in a fun atmosphere, look no further. The Sunset Pub and Grill delivers on both.
I enjoyed a huge burger cooked to perfection while dining alfresco early this summer. That being said, the burger was lightly seasoned to the point that it was disappointingly not spicy at all.
The brioche was quite good – not the garden variety Americanized crap we've been forced to become acquainted with. Now, had the cook remembered the bacon and pepper jack cheese, I'd be more than up to the task of commenting on both, but no. And, although my burger was a very good and tasty meat blend and cooked to perfection, my Sunset Burger was more of a plain burger with caramelized onions on a bun. The Cajun seasonings were so scantily distributed that I imagined the cook may have only waved the beef patty past the jar of seasonings rather than rub the seasonings on the meat.
My review is based on the burger I was served, along with a grain of salt for not fulfilling my order (or my stomach) the way I had intended.
Criteria for ratings:Meat flavor 9Juiciness 7Size 6Freshness 9Burger to bun ratio 9Bun type 8Overall taste with selected condiments 6Edibility 9Temperature 10
BC Rating Scale:
Epic Crap Fail to Boring 1.0 - 2.9
Boring to Okay 3.0 - 5.9
Okay to Good 6.0 - 7.9
Good to Great 8.0 - 8.9
Great to Bill's Best: 9.0 - 10
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