Bliss in a Brothers Burger

Brothers Burger is one place my family can all agree on. FIRST-RATE BURGERS! With burgers this good, we forget we’re Ilocanos, the ever frugalistas.

We discovered the awesomeness of Brothers Burger at Camp John Hay in Baguio. We’ve been following them since then.

I want to write a separate post dedicated to hamburgers soon.

Tiny Ericke had a Ranchero, one of their designer burgers. Evidently, the burger’s bulky, with half a pound flame-grilled beef patty, melting cheese, bacon, thick onion rings, lettuce and tomato sloshed with barbecue sauce on a crusty Kaiser bun, you’d think she can’t have it that huge, but she did chow it down to the last bite.

I wanted an uncomplicated but delicious burger; I got a Brothers Burger fresh off the grill on a toasted oatmeal bun.

As a rule, I have to have onion rings after a burger, just like I have chili fries after a hotdog, a mathemathical equation of sorts. Their onion rings are not as great as their burgers, but I always order them, anyhow. I don’t know if it’s weird, I eat ’em with blue cheese dressing, also from Brothers Burger.

Brandon’s favorite at Brothers Burger is the Lamb Burger. I have yet to try it. The dad loves their Black Angus Burger, but this time around, he had a Brothers Burger like mine. Their most expensive burger, the Wagyu Burger, is made from melt-in-your-mouth wagyu aka Kobe beef. The dad says, it might be too tender that the burger loses a part of its appeal. Well,  I’m happy with my classic Brothers Burger!

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