Kenneth Burns wrote:I admire the Old Fashioned's eggburger but always feel overwhelmed after I've eaten one.
Dare I ask? What is an "eggburger"? It doesn't sound good.
either of the fantastic V-Burgers at Brasserie V
Petro wrote:TraceInStoughton wrote:Dare I ask? What is an "eggburger"? It doesn't sound good.
Burger with a fried egg on top of it. It's an artery-narrowing, sloppy mess of delicious.
The Old Fashioned House Burger-grilled over a live fire and topped with fried onions, Bavaria's hickory-smoked bacon, aged Cheddar, garlic sauce and a soft-cooked egg on a buttered and toasted roll..........................................................$8.95
bleurose wrote:Dotty's has always been about its own PR rather than the food. Enough people have now been through their various iterations to realize that. Food there - definitely including the burgers - has always been bland and nothing to recommend. Sure, it was one of those kitschy local places with eccentric decor that you could take the out-of-town visitors, but not a place anyone would regularly send others to eat. Just nothing there.
Well, that's an interesting question. I guess the best burger in Madison is not all that different from the worst burger in Madison, but fries still have some room to stretch.bassbari wrote:Speaking of Fries, why don't more places use real fresh potatoes rather than buying frozen from purveyors?
How about starting A Best Fries category because most of them suck. ...
I loved Nectar's. But once I saw their gravy, I damn near swore off fries forever. (Down this gullet poutine will never travel.)Marvell wrote:Nectar's.
Too bad it's in Burlington, Vt.
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