Didn't want to overeat, so I dragged my burger buddy along!
For our purchase, their limited time Bee's Knees Finest Chicken caught my eye and of course I had to try a burger made with Belgian Waffles!
The Bee's Knees ($14.69, served with bottomless steak fries) all-natural, crispy, tempura-fried chicken breast glazed in Angry Orchard® honey, spicy jalapeño relish, citrus-marinated tomatoes and onions with shredded romaine on a Belgian waffle bun
- Smallish looking burger but stacked tall -- watch out as it may be tricky to actually pick up and eat.
- Generously thick chicken breast was nicely done, came hot and meat was moist.
- Jalapeno is actually spicy-hot but doesn't linger on the tongue, so take a chance on it. If you don't like it, you probably just remove the slice of waffle on which it is spread.
- Interesting complex flavour with sweet waffle, hot relish, citrusy vinaigrette, and savory meat all together. If you're looking for something interesting I recommend you give this a try.
Fiery Ghost Tavern Double (normally $10.49, served with bottomless steak fries) Fiery Ghost® pepper sauce, pepper-jack cheese, tomato, lettuce, fried jalapeño coins, and fresh jalapeño
- Looked nothing like the ad copy (of course) and on par with McDonald's burger construction, which is pretty sad.
- Almost sent it back as a wrong order because I couldn't find any "jalapeno coins" initially. But we looked hard and eventually found one, smushed up and barely recognizable.
- Came lukewarm, cheese already hardened, gumming the two thin burgers together.
- Sad to look at, but strangely tasty thanks to the burger patties.
We walked in well after any sort of dinner rush maybe around 8pm. Service was prompt, kitchen was pretty fast, staff friendly and patient. No attempt to upsell us or push us into more orders.
Thanks to the special promotion, these two burger with endless fries option was just under $16, which is a pretty decent deal no matter what they look like.