My husband is a burger snob. Actually, more like a bun snob. Even the most amazing burger will lose its otherwise high rating if the bread breaks apart and the sandwich dismantles. That is the only reason I'm withholding that 5th dot in my rating. Two of our burgers required forks to finish. He had the tomato soup to start: truly delicious. The burgers were also really good, taste-wise. His and my son's were regular, no-frills bacon cheeseburgers with lettuce and tomatoes, and I had the French Assassin, as is (maple mascarpone cheese, ya'll!), but mine was served on a different ind of bun which held up pretty well. The cheese fries were great, and even though my plain fries were a bit overcooked, they were good too. Overall, I would give it another try. But the bread makes the burger, and some of their buns need more density.
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