I frequent Fuddruckers about a dozen times a year after viewing a movie at the Century Rio Cinemaplex nearby. You place your order at the counter & wait for your name to be called. You will pick up a freshly seared burger on a made-in-house toasted bun. You add on your own selection of condiments from a station nearby. That is the aspect of Fuddruckers I really like. The condiments are there for your choosing & they are fresh & appealing. Choose a table - the dining area is large & spacious with all sorts of Americana kitsch all over the place. Place has a 1920s appeal. Prices are on the steep side, especially if you select side items like beans or fries (very overpriced). I enjoy the buffalo burgers but balk at the price. They have an odd way of serving a fish sandwich or a hot dog - on their round buns. They do not bake hot dog buns. There is a pastry & milk shake counter - great brownies & cookies. Place can get a bit hectic with lots of kids about.