Chopping Burgh

Avon Bldg., Lower Bonifacio St., Baguio, Benguet

Chopping Burgh
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Rocky R.
2.0 Stars

A new burger joint made its way from Tuguegarao City to the City of Pines--Chopping Burgh. Their concept is simple, large burgers, roughy 7" in diameter at a cost of only ₱140, depending on the type of burger you choose.

The one I chose for my first visit was their Let's Beat It burger (tomato, lettuce, garlic sauce, cheese, egg, and bacon strips).

I hate to say this, but I didn't enjoy their burger. I don't mean to disrespect the quality of their food, or the establishment, but it's reminiscent of Buy 1 Take 1 burgers, though the price is fair.

Here are my reasons, and I hope they're a fair justification of my dislike.

127828 The beef patty is cooked similar to those Buy 1 Take 1 stalls. They're fried over oil, which made the patty doubly greasy. If one were to cook a burger in a pan, or those you see in stalls, there is no need to add oil to speed the cooking process. The beef alone will be cooked by its own fat. We, consumers will wait for a great burger.

127828There was no garlic taste to the garlic sauce. It was more of sweet mayonnaise, and again felt oily and heavy.

127828The bacon was tasteless. It lacked the saltiness everyone looks for in bacon. It lacked crispness, which again, was overly greasy.

In the end, it doesn't give you a good feeling after consuming the burger. Because it was overly saturated with grease, it wasn't a "good" guilt I usually have after eating burgers from other places.

But on a good note, the staff was very courteous and helped me out heaps on deciding what to order since this was my time at Chopping Burgh. Plus, their fries were decent. 128522

Happy Eating!

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