From the conceptualizer of Pino Restaurant and soon to open on 10 October Pipino (Vegetarian Restaurant), comes this new burger joint along Maginhawa St. in Quezon City. This customize-you-own burger is pattered from the famous The Counter Custom Built Burgers in the US, where an array of choices is presented to you on a paper, in checklist format.
The Counter: Custom Built Burgers Menu/ Checklist (mostly in California). The store in the US where the owner/s patterned his/their concept.
Steps For Maximum Burger Pleasure
In BRGR: The Burger Project, you are presented with the same concept where you get to choose your patty: beef, chicken or tofu (vegetarian); bun: poppyseed, potato bread, or oatmeal; cheese: bleu, mozzarella, gruyere or cheddar; premium toppings: bacon, chili con carne, caramelized onions, canadian bacon, pepperoni, deep fried onion rings (2pcs.), or guacamole; basic toppings: mango salsa, pineapple slices, jalapeno peppers, sundried tomatoes, egg, sliced onions, or sauteed mixed mushrooms; and type of sauce: wasabi mayonnaise, bbq, teriyaki, marinara, pesto, buffalo wing sauce, special BRGR sauce, or garlic sauce. Then, you also get to "name" your own burger.
The "pre-customized" burgers for thpse who lack creativity and passion for burgers, and eating as well.
ze checklist; yes, we both ordered a basket of fries (P60)
dubbed as: "The Burger to Mend Your Broken Heart"
1-pc beef patty, poppyseed bun, blue cheese (which I had requested to be placed in the middle of the beef patty, mimicking "juicy lucy" burger), mozzarella, with bacon strips, sauteed mixed mushrooms, and bbq sauce. The damage: P240
dubbed as: "The Bjorn Identity"
1-pc beef patty, poppyseed bun, mozzarella, with bacon strips, caramelized onions, sauteed mixed mushrooms, and the special BRGR sauce. The damage: P230
Service was good, and the burgers arrived on a reasonable amount of time. The wait staff were very accommodating and friendly too. Thumbs up for the new Customize-Your-Own-Burger burger joint in town :)
Ps. Pardon the photos, it was immensely hard to shoo guerrilla style under low light. It was raining too. I know, excuses excuses. haha.
BRGR: The Burger Project
122 Maginhawa Street,
Teachers Village, Q.C.
11am.-11 p.m. daily