Oops, we did it again! 😛

We had been to The Burger Project before and had a great casual dining experience. You can refer to my post here for the review.

This time around, with the same gal pals, we had our second visit to BRGR for lunch two weekends ago.

Originally, I planned to design a burger with a different set of ingredients from our last visit. But it just so happened that I had my braces newly adjusted in the morning, so I could not chew on hard food. Alternatively, I was greeted by The Burger Project’s newest food offerings for the month of January: the fries!

Why hello there, gorgeous simplicity!

French fries have always been my top comfort food. However, I seldom eat them because I am well informed of the fact that fries are made up of bad carbs are deep fried in trans fats.

Anyway, while my girl friends ordered DIY burgers…

Review of BRGR: The Burger Project’s Newest Fries (Taft Avenue, Manila)

I had my take on the Animal Fries and the Chili Cheese Fries.

Food: ★★★★☆

The animal fries consisted of cheese, minced garlic, grilled Onions, special BRGR sauce, cheese sauce and cheddar all over. The serving was enough for two, when both diners have their own burger. As for myself, I had managed to finish all because I didn’t have other orders apart from the super thirst-quenching vanilla milkshake.

I also tried the chili cheese fries and they are equally as good. You can take one bite and your eyes roll back into your head, savor each tiny morsel until you’re using your finger to lick up every last bite from the plate. 😀 They are like KFC fries, only flavored with condiments.

Ambiance and Service: ★★★★☆

Still as pleasant as our previous experience

Price for Value: ★★★☆☆

Each order of the fries cost PHp 135, while the vanilla milkshake put a dent worth PHp 145 off my wallet. I find the items a bit pricey, when compared to the prices of regular fries and milkshakes in other restaurants. I mean, there was nothing special in taste and in presentation so I won’t give much credit.


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3 Responses

  1. Eyen

    Great! I will have to try that soon. I read blog reviews on Burger Project and pictures look so good.

    • Rochkirstin Santos

      Yup, you should! If you are a creative person and want to design things your way, you will enjoy filling out Burger Project’s menu. It is a checklist of items you’d want to include as part of your order. You can even name your burger! 😀


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