Roll the theme
Sports jackets, shades, pastel, electric pink, synthesizer music, Florida’s sun and Cuban emigrants. Some of these took part in building this hamburger.
Inspired by “Cuban style” hamburgers and some questionable 80’s fashion, Byron has brought this rather strange hamburger,at least to European standards, to light.
One patty, crispy “shredded” fries, cheese, loads of smoked flavour and chicharrones on the side.
First of all, the chicharrones were harder than they were crispy. So not very good there.
Going to the hamburger, the first bite reveals a warm character that comes from a full and intense smoked flavour with a slight spiciness that is present on the sauce. The crisps help to develop depth to the taste and add to the punch.
After a few visits, finally the meat was medium-rare. And it’s really tasty, go figure.
So, my question would be, why did it take so long and why do you over cook it?
If it burger didn’t give enough smoky intensity, “Beavertown Smog Rocket” helped.
Great smoky taste with roasted coffee.
As it is only available until the end of the month or so, if you can spare the time to try it, please do.
Just bring a crazy 80’s wig, an Asustin Metro, leg warmers and some questionable fashion taste to add to the experience.
Food – 4.35/5
Choice of drinks – 3.5/5
Service – 4.25/5
Location – 5/5