It was great to read the review of one of the customers in which he wrote that the hamburgers are handmade. This takes away the fear that, like sometimes in the production of French wines, feet are used to prepare the ingredients. It sounds very assuring thus ;-)
I can assure you that these hamburgers were good and I hope that they are still as good as when I 'absorbed' one there last time.
It's an American style hamburger and that is why it possibly is called 'world class'.
This could discourage people who share the awareness that not only Americans have the ability to cook, let be alone to make hamburgers. They might think "oh, it's one of those" and let their prejustice, justified or not, guide them.
Nevertheless: It's a good one within its category and in my humble opinion better than the hamburgers sold by the companies that earned worldwide fame for doing so ;-)
So don't be distracted by the term 'world class', they are certainly okay ;-)
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