As Sheepie and I walked into the restaurant, I saw boxes of peanuts (in their shells) with scoopers and little paper bowls. Sheepie asked if it was just on for display or they were for sale, and the staff kindly told us that they were complimentary. Woo hoo for those that love peanuts, but boo hoo for those with peanut allergy! If you are severely allergic, it’s best to stay away from this restaurant! We were also informed that all the fries were deep fried in peanut oil, so no fries for me
I wasn’t all too hungry anyways, so Sheepie ended up just getting a Little Cheeseburger $6+ and a drink which came to a whopping $9+ with taxes. You are allowed to choose different toppings so your burger is customizable.
The food took forever for a fast food looking place. The wait seemed more like at a sit-down restaurant, but we waited by the counter for the burger. Definitely not a place if you want something on a rush. The interior is retro and distinctive with their red and white tiles, and 1980s music playing in the background.
The burger is definitely bigger than your cheeseburger at McDonald’s, but since it was the Little Cheeseburger, the patty was only half the size, leaving Sheepie to eat half the burger with only the bread and veggies. The entire burger seemed soggy and deformed compared to other burgers which can keep their shape till the end.
I took a bite, but nothing extraordinary. I was expecting a nice charcoal-ed meat, but it wasn’t that strong. Sheepie didn’t mind.
I myself wouldn’t return, only because there’s peanuts everywhere! I’m not severely allergic (like can’t breath in air with peanuts), but I’d like to stay away if I can. Sorry Five Guys. Plus, the burger didn’t wow me, and for about the same price for a regular sized burger, I’d rather eat it at a sit down restaurant like Red Robins or White Spot which is much tastier.