Me being angry has nothing to do with anything, I was simply asking a legitimate question. Defensive much?
Jeez, calm down people. Seems to me how much one paid for what they ate in a restaurant is a perfectly reasonable if not totally expected thing to include in a review of the place.
Pardon my getting back on subject here boys, but I wanna share my favorite custom combo from our local The Counter knock-off. I keep going back to this one:
OTTO'S SMOKY, SPICY BARBECUE BURGER
Protein: Turkey burger
Cheese: Cheddar (or pepperjack)
Sauce: Smoked Hickory BBQ sauce
Toppings: Tomato slices; smoked bacon; dill pickle; crispy onions (or jalapenos)
Some of these might be "premium" at The Counter, but the BBQ theme works great with a Turkey burger. It usually needs all the help it can get. Try this if you don't already have a similar combo. It ****ing DESTROYS.
And Im not defensive at all...eat what makes you happy. Live, Love, Laugh, Eat, its a beautiful world out there filled with all sorts of wonderful things. Go Explore and find your inner beauty. I give you my blessing and a big sloppy wet kiss on your way out. If you find something you want to share-In all ears and welcome your findings.
BTW Otto-I love a good BBQ Burger! One of these days my friend we have to meet up for a meal.
Hip, I'm with you 100%. We obviously grade on a curve when it comes to price. Our expectations and perception change when we start forking over big jack, and perception is reality. In-N-Out is not the world's best burger by any stretch, but for that price and the freshness of the ingredients it's awfully hard to beat. Now if a double-double was 11 bucks, it would NOT taste as good to us cuz we'd be bent that that's all we got for 11 bucks. Not too hard to understand this process.
Not flaming here jeangerard, but I think you might be pretty young. Around 18 or 19, maybe?
I want a burger now. Damn ALL of you.