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Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
September 23, 2011
From journal Limping through Las Vegas
Cary, North Carolina
May 5, 2008
From journal Best of Vegas: Trip 6
March 5, 2006
From journal Celebrating Las Vegas
August 29, 2005
From journal Anniversary Celebration in Vegas
June 23, 2005
The service was awful. We ate here after a long day of drinking in the casinos, so all we wanted to drink at dinner was water. The waitress rolled her eyes when we ordered water. Our food took what seemed like forever, and there was nothing special about it. After we got our food, we never saw our server again.
For the price that you pay for everything, you expect it to be the best burger you have ever had, yet you can get a better burger at any chain restaurant, like a TGI Fridays or even McDonald's. We will save our time and money next time and go somewhere else.
From journal First Trip to Las Vegas
London, United Kingdom
May 3, 2005
Service was friendly to start with, but once seated, they seemed to forget about us and not really care or bother. The food, however, certainly makes up for this, as the menu was great. You choose what type of beef you want, be it Black Angus ($9) or prime sirloin ($8), or even kobo. You then choose which type of bun you would prefer, such as onion, plain, or sesame. Finally, you have a huge list of toppings, all around the $1 mark. You could have bacon, peppered bacon, spinach, pineapple, peppers, caramilised onions… There were at least five different types of cheeses, ranging from cheddar and jack to mozzarella and blue cheese. Word of warning: the coleslaw, which you can also order as a topping, was absolutely disgusting. It looked and tasted as if it had been sitting in the fridge for a year. Stay away from that one.
French fries are extra and cost around $3, but the burgers are so filling, you really didn't need to order any. They also do salads. We shared a Caesar, which was really good.
For those that are too indecisive to choose, they also have burgers you can order off the menu, including a low-carb one, all for around $12. For those with a ton of money, they have a deluxe burger with kobo beef, black truffles, and a whole lot of other fancy stuff for a whopping $65! They also have a good list of interesting cocktails and bottled beers. It’s a shame about the service, but they have really good food.
From journal Viva Las Vegas