You get those times in life where you just luck out. On the way to Ibiza from Formentera Eddy was going on about having a hamburger before jumping on our flight. We hopped off the ferry and wandered around for around 5 minutes before stumbling across Disco Burger.
It's a kitsch American inspired diner, with all the normal perks you'd find: a waitress with a slight chip on her shoulder, a big old man mannequin holding a burger outside and decks and vinyl behind the bar.
I had the Chicken Burger, Eddy the Beef Burger (both with onions, tons of mayo, pickles). Each set us back under 6 euros. The burgers were a good size, that is to say not mammoth but big enough to fill you up so you don't feel overwhelmingly full. I especially liked that my chicken was not coated and fried, simply grilled.
Fries are a 1.50 euro extra bonus if you're so inclined. We were. They're hand cut, skins still on and covered in sea salt. They were good but the portion size was non existent. I think I had 7 on my plate.
Louis Lassen apparently invented the burger (by accident) in a lunch wagon in Connecticut in the 1900s. The story goes that he ground up beef trimmings to make a patty for a ravenous customer and then stuck it between two pieces of toast. They're still doing that today I believe, and Disco Burger are doing the same because you can choose between a burger sandwich or regular burger bun. I doubt they've done this on purpose but it's still nice.
It's a great place to stop if you fancy a burger. Certainly would head back if in Ibiza, mainly because it's the first time in a long time that I didn't feel like I'd just put on a stone after eating in a burger joint. By all accounts it seemed pretty healthy.
Disco Burger (Va Bene)
Avinguda de Bartomeu de Rossello, 15
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