No, not really. The burger wasn't the very worst I've had, (that would be the woeful Horse and Jockey) but the problem was because it's cooked well-done, the actual meat has very little flavour. In fact it tastes of nothing. What you can taste are the toppings, a sort of homogenised sludge. I didn't actually mind this too much and I think burgers are actually getting too big these days and overdone, bigger is not always better.
These burgers are nowhere near as good as our home grown Manchester ones (which are usually cooked pink,) Almost Famous and Solita etc and the prices are comparable. They're not even as good as GBK and certainly Byron are way superior too. The fries weren't too bad though.
In conclusion, they've mistakenly positioned themselves at the wrong end of an over saturated market and their product simply doesn't match this price point.
Or to put it more succinctly; don't bother.
|Fries; not bad.|