BURGER CLUB: MEAT MARKET

July 20, 2012
BURGER CLUB: MEAT MARKET

We love a good burger and we don’t care who knows it. Sometimes, when we have a really good burger we want to sing its name from the rooftops, only we’re a bit scared of heights and the roof might have pigeons on it. 

BURGER CLUB: MEAT MARKET

It was with much anticipation that we set out for Meat Market, and with much frustration that we got lost and wandered into an industrial garage by mistake. We were half starved when a friendly local pointed us in the right direction, and it was with beef-hungry zeal that we climbed the stairs of the Jubilee Hall diner.

BURGER CLUB: MEAT MARKET

You order your food from the counter, once inside (we went for the famous Dead Hippy burger with fries) and take your seat to wait, accompanied by bottomless soft drinks or non-bottomless beer. You’re surrounded by double entendres and soft innuendo and we made a mental note to never take our Grandma there. Our food arrived with fries so perfect we actually commented on them, buns softer than soft things and meat so delicious you practically wanted to take it home to meet your parents. We had condiments on our faces and salt on our fingers, but boy, when we left we were happy.

Burger rating: 7/10