The first bite was yummy. As I continued on, the burger began to reveal itself as a standard, typical diner burger – kind of like what you’d expect off your neighbor’s grill. It was cooked well (well as in good, I ordered it medium) and it had gorgeous grill marks on it, but I would not drive across the city just to eat this burger. If I were in the neighborhood and had a hankering for some meat on a bun, I’d probably pop in.
The fries were decent and the service was prompt and friendly. They also had some interesting items on the menu for breakfast, which I might go back to try.