|Would you like four fries with that?|
Here is another review from Fiona and her girlfriends. By the sounds of it, it wasn't the greatest burger ever. In fact, I probably would have scored it lower...J
I had a girl’s lunch scheduled and needed a burger location close to work, this meant Atlanta was next on my list. My friends Jo and Loren were happy to go along with this after I sent through the link with the burger details. Lots of positive comments and anticipation that’s for sure. Unfortunately Atlanta didn’t live up to this anticipation.
Upon arrival the service was good, as always, and we were quickly seated and our orders taken. However, it took 35 minutes for our burgers to arrive during which time Jo had told us all there was to know about her new house and Loren was about to start chewing her handbag!
|A Caesar Salad between buns?|
The burger itself was small, which is what you want in a lunchtime burger – nothing too carbo-loaded as you’ve got to go back to work and CONCENTRATE and be PRODUCTIVE. But, when we when to cut into our burger to do our ‘cross-section photos’ we encountered our first problem – a very tough burger bun!
|It was a very tough burger bun!!|
The chicken was juicy and tender and I loved the bacon. Also, the burger was relatively easy to eat, nothing squirting out onto your suit or skirt, which is a good point for a Wellington CBD worker.
Overall, the girls thought you could buy the same burger at Burger Fuel and if asked to do a blind taste test wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. Not a good thought since this is my first chicken burger for Burger Wellington 2012.
Overall the burger got a 6, but was dropped down to a 5.5 due to the time taken to cook our burgers. It also lost points due to the anchovies (nice taste but not local), and the name. We just couldn’t figure out how the name matched the food. Sorry Atlanta, better luck next year.