Cheeseburger (no onions), fries, medium drink, dine in.
I should have realized when the radio ads made such a point of bragging about the buns, that the bun would be the biggest feature of the burger. It was about 3/4 of the total thickness. They seemed to try very hard to get the meat patty as thin as the slice of cheese, and almost succeeded. The patty was slightly thinner than the slice of tomato, and much less juicy. When ground beef gets mashed this flat, all of the moisture cooks away and what remains is a protein fiber sponge that soaks up a load of grease, which then drips out when you tilt the burger up to get a bite. In fact, they served the burger stood on edge, so a lot of the grease had run out by the time I got to my table. The wrapper they use is almost absorbent enough to handle it.
The iceberg lettuce was very fresh and there was enough of it so that the overall cheese burger was a sightly lower percentage of protein than you would expect in a Cobb salad. The cheese slice was about the right size and nicely melted. I think it was fairly creamy, but with the grease it was hard to tell for sure.
In sum, it amounted to a low-protein small Cobb salad bulked out with a large, very fresh, white bread roll.
World class french fries, but they should ask before salting them.
The drink sizes are more suited to New York City than the land of the Super Big Gulp, but refills are free.
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