895 De La Gauchetiere
Metro: Bonaventure, Peel, McGill
Bus: STM 15, 36, 61, 74, 75, 107, 168, 178, 410, 420, 427, 430, 435, 15, 747, 935, AMT Terminus Centre-ville
Train: Gare Centrale
Visit: April 20, 2011
I can’t recount the amount of time I’ve spent near this place. Every time I passed by, I always wonder whether or not it was profitable. To be honest, it wasn’t even my first plan for this part of the search. But, as things go, it became part of the plan. The best part of this restaurant is the location. It is located right next to a major train station and in the heart of downtown. The server I had was completely bilingual and very cordial to the customers under their guise. The enthusiasm for their work showed really well and made all feel comfortable.
This burger contains lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheese, and bacon.
I need to start by saying this was one of the best burgers I’ve eaten to date. I started off in a bad mood and left quite happy. The combination of the ingredients were all very present during consumption. The meat was the highlight of the entire burger. It was juicy and quite easy to eat. It made every bite decent until the very end. The only drawback was that the sauce was placed on the bottom bun. That, in combination with the grease from the meat, made it very difficult to proceed without the use of napkins, of which I only had one. Despite the one drawback, this burger was one of my favorites thus far. I had low expectations going in and I was floored. But then again, to each it’s own.