220 E Anderson Ln
Local burger joint with a few locations scattered about hither and yon. They make their own buns in-house, and use fresh beef.
Bone Dry Burger
Original Review Date: 06/23/2006
Rating: 0/+3(Ho hum)
I got the lunch combo with the 6 oz. burger (8 oz is the other option). I upgraded (for 60¢) to half fries and half onion rings, always a good option (and I think it was Burger King, back in the day, who marketed a version of this combination frite as "Frings"). They use fresh beef and make their own buns. The condiments are serve-yourself à la Fuddruckers (although not as impressive a spread). Sounds like a recipe for success.
Burger was griddle-cooked and was dry as a bone. Fries were boring, onion rings did appear to be homemade and were not bad, but not that great. The burger had a decent flavor, and the homemade butter-toasted bun was a nice touch, but the dryness of the burger outweighed any of those plusses.
The arid burger combined with the somewhat dingy interior (busing dirty tables did not appear to be a high priority) and ho-hum fried offerings results in a score of 0 from me.