My first experience with Burgs tempted me to visit it one more time, before the offer ends. I follow a http://phoenix-dancing.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://phoenix-dancing.com/dancing-from-within/ funda every time I visit a restaurant, that I’ve previously been to, I always order new dishes each time unless of course I’ve a craving for a particular dish.
In tune with my funda I tried all the burgers I’m the vegetarian menu expect for “Asli Indian” since they ran out of stock. My first one was “Mac and Cheese Bomb“. A delicious burger with a patty of chessy macaroni as its stuffing, spicy sauce and a cheese slice to complete the taste. Although it was a little dry. Burgs ran out of white breads and so the burgers were served in wheat breads which somehow made them drier.
My second choice was “Gardenia“, a spicy and mildly(read aptly) tangy burger which had pan toasted vegetable patty dressed in chipolate mayonnaise. Gardenia was a much pleasant experience as compared to the “Corn Chaos” which was a sweet burger. Although my parents loved it, I particularly don’t like sweetness in my main course. It had a patty made of honey spiced corn kernels topped with Burg’s special tangy sauce.
The last burger for tasting was “Exotica“. A yummy treat that had bell pepper zucchini patty stuffed with cheese and toppings like tomato, Spanish onions and balsamic glaze. It real sense of the name, exotic burger.
This time I tried the “Espresso Cold Coffee” with was much like the ones you get at nearly any coffee shops. The “Peanut Butter & Jelly” shake was however a different experience. It tasted like liquid peanut butter with no trace of jelly. I didn’t like it, the biggest reason being it gave the aroma of milk which I dislike the most. It wasn’t sweet at all. I felt like I sipped directly from the peanut butter bottle. I personally wouldn’t recommend trying it.
I hope this detailed review helps you make a better choice in your visit to Burgs.