Meat-lovers like myself need big and juicy burgers. Too bad our appetite is not always up for the big challenge.
Typically served using 1/3 pound patties, this should fill up anyone in need of a burger fix.
It was one of those nights when we had to fill up before going to an alocohol-laden class reunion. Something filling to counter the shots we knew were likely to come up. And we happened to pass by BBB along Katipunan.
I had to settle with a quarter pounder version of their cheeseburger. Their buns are obviously made for bigger patties because mine had a border of bread and lettuce surrounding it. It reminded me of Brothers Burger because it comes to you wrapped, unlike that of Charlie’s Grind and Grill. I liked that the burger wasn’t dry and the serving size I got was just right.
Ray chose to experiment a little. Instead of ordering the burger in its typical comfort food sandwich form, he tried their Teriyaki Rice (1/3 lb. grilled burger, topped with shiitake mushrooms and teriyaki sauce on steaming rice). Given he’s a fan of teriyaki, he enjoyed the sweetness of the sauce and the mild flavor of the mushrooms. While teriyaki sauce is always best with a meat that doesn’t compete in terms of flavor (chicken or fish), this “innovation” of how it can be served with burger was okay.
For the price of roughly Php150 per 1/3-lb burger, it gives you a decent burger. Couple it with their potato wedges while you’re at it. And the best way to eat a burger is always with your hands (like fried chicken!). It’s okay to be a little messy. That’s part of the fun!
I think I will make a more conscious effort of looking into my top burger picks starting now. Any suggestions?
BBB can be found in the following areas:
SUCAT Pergola Mall BF, SM CUBAO, Commonwealth Royale Place, Don Antonio (Ever), KATIPUNAN (Ateneo), SM FAIRVIEW near Cinema7, ALABANG, Northgate, Filinvest, SM NORTH Annex, and TAFT Univ.Mall (LaSalle)
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