Having lived in the same neighborhood as this place for several years, I've visited this place frequently.
I'll start with the good; The onion rings in this place are excellent & are served crispy and crunchy without a hint of grease. After hours, there is readily available parking in the lot next to the restaurant and you can usually almost always get a seat.
The not so good: I've had probably 50 burgers in this place and very honestly, none of them were great. I would frequent the place because they were a step up from a fast food place & they were a local institution. The burgers are good & they are of reasonable value just none of them were ever great. I get the feeling the patties are not homemade & that might be something they should look at doing. I'm sure folks would pay 50 cents more for a higher quality hand made patty. It just might take that good burger to the level of great. Perhaps I'm expecting too much but in a city built around meat, one would think it could have great burgers.
That said, they're a better choice than your typical fast food burger and a single, with fries and a drink comes in around 6.50. A decent value in Calgary where eating out usually = a minimum of $10 bucks.
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