I always get excited to eat burgers. Not all burgers, though. I’ll wrestle with a couple of McDoubles now and then, but when I have an opportunity to enjoy something remarkable, I’ll sometimes feel those butterflies of excitement in the pit of my belly. Or it might be a McDouble returning with its greasy wrath.
I brought my daughter Zoe’ on a lunch date and we ventured into Grub Burger Bar. It’s only been here about a month and I’ve heard mixed reviews. It was time I brought my eleven year old burger expert to investigate.
I knew I was in for a treat when I saw a guy making the rolls from scratch, (These fresh rolls are better than Mooyah‘s), but I still couldn’t shake the mediocre review the the lady who insisted on talking as she cut my hair a couple of weeks ago. Then again, hairdressers don’t have palates. They have scissors.
The meat was fantastically juicy and nicely seasoned–a stark contrast to the over salted shoe leather I consumed the last time I ate at Twisted Root. I’m not saying Twisted Root is trash, I’m saying that the last time I was there it was nightmarishly mediocre that I’m not sure I can return to take a risk on returning because their prices are already sky high. All I’m saying is that if I’m going to spend my kid’s college money on a burger, it better be good.
All in all, it was great and I know that because my redheaded burger critic loved it. She just wished that it could have come with Five Guys’ fries.