This place had great reviews, and legitimately so. I went solo for a late lunch weekday while traveling, only a couple people in the place; while there isn't a bar to sit at, there is a row of seating along the wall so you don't feel like you're on display for eating by yourself.
Seems it used to be an order-at-the-counter burger place that has been made over with new decor. So - it is a nice place to relax now. There is also a large beer and wine selection. I was worried walking in that the prices were going to be outrageous as there are signs about it all being Kobe beef, etc. The burgers were more expensive - but not $20 or anything.
I was steered away from the "False Calamari" (deep fat fried bell peppers) and to mozzarella-tomato salad - see the pic. It was quite good with a tangy vinegar across the top. Next I went with the Vietnamese Burger (also a recommendation by the waitress), and a Napa Slaw. The burger was served on a really large, fresh bun that dwarfed the thick patty. Although the large bun was necessary to contain the large number of ingredients topping the patty.
Plenty of other specialty burgers to choose from, as well as Chicken-based sandwiches. A satisfying low-key lunch meal that was not over the top like many restaurants in this part of town, and not bottom of the barrel chain burger place that can be found nearby. Parking at peak periods will be an issue as there are a number of popular places in the strip center. I will return and try other burgers.
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