Felipe got the Aussie Works (€10) with a grilled beef burger, melted cheese, bacon, grilled pineapple, fried egg, beetroot, and ketchup. This was a big boy, but quite underwhelming, the bread was awful; super dry, and it fell apart the moment we first grabbed it.
The meat felt more like a squished meatball than a burger in texture and taste, which I know appeals to some but not my favorite. I was expecting to taste more of the pineapple or the beetroot, but they all became one big mushy taste. Maybe thicker slices or fresher ingredients would help here.
I got the Patty Melt (€8), which was a grilled double cheese sandwich, with a bit of butter and garlic mayo on the outside and their patty on the inside. This was way nicer than Felipe’s; the typical white sandwich bread was tastier and sturdier than their hamburger bread.
The patty was the same; it became less disappointing when I thought of it as a meatloaf slice and not as a burger. Could have more of the garlic mayo, it would be awesome.
We chose to try their Potato Wedges (€4) that should come with sour cream and a sweet chili dip, but it came with a weird salsa and tortilla chips. Felipe’s burger came with fries on the side, but we chose to try their Cajun Fries (€3,5 or +€2 with the burger). Delicious potato wedges and perfectly seasoned, so go with these ones if you have to choose!
They have a lot of delicious draught and bottled beers, all around €4, and cocktails, spirits, shots, wines, and soft drinks.
Overall, this is a lovely place to have beers and a snack, but not our favorite for burgers. The price is a bit high for the quality, if you must eat there, it is ok, but we wouldn’t move our asses there just for the food.
We rate it a 6/10.