It took no more than a couple of bites of my burger for me to pin down where I had tasted something very similar to Moylo’s Cheese Attack – Shake Shack. Funnily though no one else in our party of four felt the same. And where I absolutely loved my gorgeously juicy burger, all three of my family members said theirs had something of an after taste; my son being the most specific, saying he could taste a hint of “all-spice or aniseed” in his. Everyone’s a bloody food critic these days. Anyway, aftertaste or not, we all polished off our burgers in record time.
We also ordered two different fries, truffles parmesan and sweet potato. Both were good but the truffles parmesan fries finished first indicating it was favoured more.
The restaurant itself is small, cosy and delightfully decorated with a mishmash of retro US graphics and one liner signs plastered just about everywhere. Faded rainbow coloured (hmm) wooden benches and exposed brick walls add to the casual, laid-back look-feel which we unanimously agreed was well done and great fun.
Service was friendly, as patient as it has to be when you have a mother and teenage daughter ordering burgers, and quick. Highly recommended.