Quiet, shady place that's quite big. Looks simply decorated on the inside, but take some time to look around and you'll spot some curious things like vintage cameras.
Mostly tables and a curious mix of chairs all spray-painted white. Plus a low table with couch!
Tables look easily movable, so this place could probably accommodate fairly large groups.
It's planted in a residential area, but only a 35 minute walk from the nearest Skytrain. Plus there's parking.
Price for portion is decent at mostly $9 per burger. Despite the interesting descriptions, it isn't really a gourmet burger, but it is tasty enough. Considering most dedicated burger places are charging about $12-$15 for a supposedly gourmet burger, this is OK value.
Samson Sandwich ($8.99) Coffee-crusted strawberry-glazed beef brisket with aioli, lettuce, and bell peppers
- Could not detect coffee anything or strawberry anything. So this basically tasted like beef brisket in a bun.
- Not overly sauced, which is fine because your burger starts leaking juices in short order anyway.
- Nicely toasted bun, which really helps in picking up the burger.
- Nice and tender brisket that tasted good as far as BBQ meat goes. However, the overall flavour was diminished by all the veggies in the burger.
- Made in-house and comes unsalted.
- Eat enough as it starts feeling oily, as any deep-fried item is wont to do.
- Salt and hot sauces are available to jazz up your crisps.
- About 2 cups worth of crisps, which feels a bit pricey for $2.