CHEESE BOOGIE BURGER $10
At 7pm, all the seats were taken, so I took the take-away option to Westfield around the block. The waiting time is pretty long as well – 25min. No time for money shot photos I was way too hungry by then, in a way it’s better to appreciate that it’s just a simple burger. The foil sleeve is very clever and allows the customers to eat on the go without making a mess. Mister Gee used fresh and soft brioche-type bun and in the middle a thick patty (thicker than usual) cooked from medium to medium-rare. That brings up my first snag: one side of the patty was more cooked that the other, as you can imagine the less cooked side tasted like heaven. I started from more cooked saying yeah the flavours taste alright, when at the second half, I was like wow this is getting better. This particular burger is clearly one of their most classic combinations using cheese, caramelised onions, pickle and sauce. It was a good burger however it could be improved. Their other burgers do look more appetising like the Fat Boy or The Truffe coming up.
TRUFFLE FRIES $5
On the other hand, these French fries were quite the opposite. Nothing needed improvement about these perfectly cooked fries, seasoned just right and the sauce was amazing with a subtle truffle oil flavour coming through. Definitely moreish and indulgent. The perfect comfort/cheat meal.
Too bad the Baklava shake was not available on the day 🙁
This particular Cheese Boogie burger had the classic combinations of cheese, onion, pickle which isn’t bad. I just feel that this wasn’t their best signature burger. The execution has some small issues like uneven cooking and long waiting times. Nevertheless for that half-burger that was cooked nicely, it was heaven and the truffle fries were exceptional. It is a novel experience to sit on the street or eat in your car, so this experience isn’t for everyone. I would still try them again for their shakes and curious about their other burgers.
Would I go again?