Bus: STL 24, 55, 151, 902
Visit: September 20, 2010
This is my fourth ever visit to Chenoy’s. This restaurant was partially responsible for starting the Mr. Lew Great Burger Search. In 2009, I had a burger so big, that I kept on thinking about it until this very day. This is my first visit to the Laval location, but I found the service a little slow.
This burger contains tomatoes, lettuce, onions, cheese, and bacon. The unique feature of this burger is the double meat patties. Now, there are a lot of burgers with double patties, but the size of the individual patty was enormous. The burger tastes good. The simple list of ingredients keeps it good. The meat was good well too. The downfall was the size. This ceased being a review and turned into a food eating challenge. For the first time in 58 burgers, I felt doubt. The bottom patty fell in two pieces. I was forced to rebuild. After the war was over and the plate was cleared, I made a vow, no more Guargantua. This was the second and last attempt at this massive burger. Don’t get me wrong, the burger is quite good, but it’s only for people who can eat, and I used to be able to eat like that, not anymore.
Bus: RTL 4, 54, 59, 77, 177
Visit: September 6, 2009
This was my second visit ever to this location. Service was decent with nothing much to complain about. But if you order a burger, expect a wait. The place was not packed either time, so a table should not be a long wait.
This burger has all of my needed ingredients in my burger search. Though I question the way it was put together. All you note in the next picture, the bottom bun is on top of the non-meat part, which I find weird. This being my second burger experience here, I’ll say that taste was never lacking as the burger held up through the entire meal.
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