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Review: Burger Avenue, Taft

Burger Avenue’s first branch is located at The Fort Strip and operating for 7 years. So let’s go and start our Burger Avenue, Taft branch adventure!

Grabbed from their facebook page

Blessing of Burger Avenue DLSU branch w Fr. Efren Jimenez

I had Chodobo P175, a combination of chorizo and adobo with a sunny side up fried egg on top. I actually wanted to try their burger, but the name of the dish caught my attention. As I expected, Chodobo was very rich in flavor, obviously because of the chorizo.

Jam had a Wasabi burger ¼ lb P145. Burgers are 100% pure beef, grilled fresh as you order, topped with homemade coleslaw on an Oat Brioche Bun.

Miss Kim served us their Crazy Fries P90, the fries will really drive you crazy because of the creamy cheese and kicking chili con carne. I’ll definitely come back for this!

Onion Rings P55, the onion rings are really huge! It’s perfect with Mayo dip.

For my drinks, I had Chocolate milkshake.

With Miss Kim Pelayo and  Sir Martin Silverio.

Price: 5/5
Ambiance: 5/5

Very spacious. Perfect hangout for the students! 🙂

Service: 4.5/5
Taste: 4.5/5
Serving: 5/5

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Location: 810 Castro St. Corner Fidel Street Malate, Manila

Thanks to Aldous for inviting us!

*This is a sponsored post.

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