B Burger: Grilled Wagyu Burgers

B Burger is a new burger place that opened in Art District right where the old Perro Borracho used to be.

The Interior of Perro Borracho I mean, B Burger.

B Burger is one of the few places in art district that open for lunch and they have new and interesting types of Burgers that you are sure to enjoy.  We took a look at their menu and we ordered Mozzarella sticks, a Provolone Cheese and Jalapeno Burger and their Sakuragi Burger.

First came the Mozzarella sticks. It came with tomato salsa.  Our impressions of the sticks were that it was quite bland even with the tomato salsa.  B Burger has a really great ketchup that they serve and the sticks tasted much better with the savory ketchup.  All in all, the sticks were not bad. It’s a great dish to share with friends.The serving size is good too.

Mozzarella Sticks. My colleague tried out a stick before I took this picture – You get six sticks and a nice dipping bowl of salsa.

I had the Provolone Cheese and Jalapeno Burger.  It comes with Provolone Cheese, Jalapeno peppers, caramelized onions and veggies.  It also came with a side order of fries and a small side salad.

My burger! The ketchup is really great but I only used it for the fries and not on the burger. I like my burger naked – without dressing.

For heavy eaters, yes you can add on  additional patties to the burger.  I loved eating this burger. The main point that I enjoyed was the crunchy Jalapenos “exploding” as I chewed, giving a pleasant sensation of bursts of spiciness as I chewed.  8/10 would order again.

My friend ordered the Sakuragi Burger. It had Japanese Wasabi Mayo and he said it was pretty good.  He also mentioned that he didn’t think it was 100% pure Wagyu.

This is a great burger place and the good thing is that they are open for lunch.  It is nice to see Art District have decent restaurants. Lately however the place seems to be degenerating into a drinking hole, not family friendly.

Check out BBurger!



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