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.
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!
Visit brothersburger.com.ph for the store locator.
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