Unassuming store front
The restaurant is in a pretty weird spot – across the street from Northgate Mall in a condo development. The place has a red and white motif that many burger places seem to have (Johnny Rockets, In ‘n’ Out), apparently in the 50s that’s all that was available.
Stacks of potatoes, and cases of peanut oil were stored in the dining room. They gave the place an informal and comfortable vibe - like you had been invited into the back room.
The way the process works – you order your burger and then add anything you want from a list of toppings (at no extra charge). The menu is pretty straight forward – a burger, cheeseburger or bacon-cheeseburger comes with two patties and the little versions come with one.
I went with mayo, grilled onion and grilled mushrooms on a little cheeseburger.
J. went with grilled onions, lettuce, pickles, ketchup, mustard, jalapenos, tomatoes on cheeseburger.
And fries of course. Just so you know, the regular fry is more than enough for two people. I tried to order a large on the nice lady behind the counter informed us that was enough for four people.