Their Angus burger was NOT your typical fast-food piece of leather. The price was good, and it was very juicy, if a bit rare for my taste. I don't know if you have an option (rare, medium, well) as the cashier didn't ask me. If they don't off the option, I would recommend that they consider it. This hamburger is actually thick enough to require cooking. Another plus was the option to have grilled onions. My meal was to go, and that's where my disappointment began. I was only a few minutes out of the restaurant when I bit into my hamburger. My hamburger, NOT the roll. Either the juicy burger or the grilled onions had caused the roll to almost become completely saturated. The staff was friendly, the price was good, and the hamburger and onions were delicious. They need, however, to find a solution to the roll problem. The roll was the only thing that stopped me rating this place Very Good.
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