My Prediction

My Prediction

When I was eating my burger at Liverpool Lil’s with Albie I was telling him about my favorite burgers in San Francisco, and what I’ve heard are good burgers. Right now, if I’m craving a burger there are two places I think of: Slow Club and Double Play. We haven’t officially eaten at either of them yet for the blog.

I’ve also heard that Zuni and Truck have the best burgers in the city. I’ve eaten the Truck burger several times – the first two times I was not impressed, the last time it was quite good. It will be interesting to revisit Truck for this blog — will it be a good day for them?

So even though I have some favorites in the back of my mind, I’m anxious to find out if there are other, better burgers to be found in the city.

About Nikki

Just a girl looking for a good burger.
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4 Responses to My Prediction

  1. sfmitch says:

    The burger at Spruce is awesome! The restaurant is a bit fancy but the burger is so good.

  2. Nikki says:

    Ok, we’ll be sure to check it out!

  3. Ben says:

    Spruce is what i hear too — I’ve not tried it though.

    I’m pretty sure Triple Rock is the best in Berkeley. I think we went there one night.

  4. margot says:

    Tried Roam the other day – loved it, hubby wasn’t as impressed.

    My fav in the city still remains Slow Club.

    You need to add to your list the Lazlo burger (from the Foreign Cinema kitchen) only available on Saturdays for a short window. It’s delish from what I can recall.

    Zuni didn’t impress me. Burgers came to the table still mooing (after being asked how we wanted them cooked and we ordered “medium”… they were red and almost sopping wet with red juice from undercooked meat. when we pointed it out to the server, his response was “that IS our medium”. Didn’t realize that terminology was up for individual interpretation. Oh, that’s right… it isn’t. By the time our burgers came back, the buns were missing the aioli that had come on it the first time out. Total failure.

    Keep up the good work!

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