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No Bull Burger Purist - Born and raised in NJ, the heart of the tri-state area and home to the oldest (and best) burger joints in the country. I don't need all the frilly toppings, happy servers or trendy decor, just a good burger...
RE-POST REVIEW: Bobby's Burger Palace from July, 2015
A note to all you Food Snobs and Haters...
For the record:
Yes, I eat fast food burgers (get over it), but I've never considered them to be actual burgers – I consider them more of a snack food that defies classification. Take White Castle for example... would you consider them to be burgers in the traditional sense? No. But where would we be without them?
Build: Spice crusted burger topped with coleslaw, Monterey Jack cheese, BBQ sauce and pickles (crunchified, of course).
My third and final review of BBP has not only proved that they consistently serve very high quality food, it has also given me the chance to devour yet another great burger.
As usual, the staff at Bobby's pays very close attention to the temperature of your burger to ensure that what you've ordered is what you are served – and as always, the meat flavor is fantastic. Also, if you're like me and have sampled more than one of Bobby's burgers, you'll know that the toppings for each burger on the menu were meticulously chosen to blend and contrast for a great burger experience every time.
Once again BBP gets a 10\10 on the bc rating scale.
I went to lunch with my boss this day, she got the "Topless Burger Salad" which is any burger of your choice on top of baby greens with balsamic dressing. She said it was very good and it sure looked it. (Shout out to Pat B. for being a good burger buddy).
For me, the Burger Sauce at BBP represents a conundrum. In fact, it's more than just a conundrum , it's a paradox wrapped in an enigma. The flavor of this sauce is so obscure, so not welcome in a hamburger establishment, so devoid of flavor it blows my mind that it's still in the rack every time I return. But don't take my word for it, go ahead and try it.