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Review: Burger Burger

Oh, Burger Burger, where have you been all my life?10668883_401547623345247_1419386041859553250_o

Located in the very popular Ponsonby Central is a burger bar that’s been creating a lot of buzz – and so it should, I just can’t fault the place.

For those of you who like to indulge in a tasty burger now and then – or perhaps more frequently for some (whoops!) – then Burger Burger needs to be at the top of your list.

It isn’t the largest diner, but the atmosphere is better for it. Burger Burger offers you the choice of a seat at a table or a seat at the bar – I chose the bar.

As I was sitting there with my burger in one hand and my milkshake in the other, it was as if for just a moment I had been transported back to the 50s.

The place has s1901808_399615776871765_1230631757686154590_nuch a great vibe, with staff and a menu to match. They use fresh and local produce, even the meat is free range (except for the fish – but seeing as the ocean’s a pretty big place I guess we can let that one slip). There’s also a vast range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic options to quench your thirst.

I tried the chocolate thick shake on my visit and will now never get one from anywhere else – it rocked!

“We don’t keep hungry people waiting” is one of their slogans – and they didn’t! My meal was served within five minutes of ordering. I even got my potato skins brought over first so I could attack them before I got too ‘hangry’.

Well played Burger Burger, well played.

I’ll surely be back there soon, in fact, look at that, it’s nearly lunch time.

Samantha-Jane Harding
Samantha-Jane is a multi-talented 27-year-old with a passion for communication, entertainment, and adventure. She graduated from the NZ Radio Training School in 2015 with a Diploma in Radio Journalism.
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