Awesome Five Guys Burger

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#51 Posted by ShaggE (7174 posts) -

@jakob187 said:

We have a Five Guys here. I hated it when I went there. The burger was dry, the fries aren't as good as everyone makes them out to be, and the soda was flat-ish.

Yupyup, I don't get it. Very, very bland. Not even bad, just unremarkable.

#52 Posted by medacris (711 posts) -

My usual is a single patty with A1 and grilled onions. No jalepenos. I can't stomach anything spicy, unfortunately.

I do like the fries- not the most amazing in the world, but when you need a fast lunch, it's much better than McDonald's or that ilk. The fact that you can get Mr. Pibb there is a plus, it's very hard to find...

#53 Posted by Wolverine (4577 posts) -

@nosiwohL said:

@Wolverine: This made me so hungry, that I just went out and got a Five Guys burger (the place is less than 5 min from my house). Tried the cooked onions and BBQ sauce (sadly they didn't have bacon) and I must say it was probably the best burger I've ever had. Thank you sir.

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

#54 Posted by le_zane (71 posts) -


#55 Posted by lockwoodx (2532 posts) -

It's not a proper burger without a fried egg on it.

#56 Posted by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -

They seem to have replaced the soda machine at my local Five Guys with this monstrosity:

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Technology is sweet and all but the beverages it dispenses always taste like all the flavors are mixed together.

#57 Posted by Sergio (2585 posts) -

@Kevin_Cogneto said:

@wolf_blitzer85 said:

We have Five Guys restaurants all over the place up here in the Twin Cities. The burgers are okay. They're basically a slightly better butter burger from Culvers. I'm cool with that. However their fries are absolute shit. Sure you get a bunch of them, but they suck. Always a soggy mess.

Wow, that is amazing to me that anyone could possibly compare Culvers to Five Guys. Here in Chicago, Culvers is pretty much a bottom of the barrel, last-resort kind of place.

Must be the Culver's you've gone to. The few I've gone to have been very good. I liked their burgers more than Five Guys, which I also find better than In-and-Out, which is completely overrated by Californians. No Culver's out here, but I live within 10 minutes of two Five Guys. One is next door to a Krispy Kreme and the other across the street from Pinkberry, another overrated CA experience.

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