This is a franchise chain, serving simple classic hamburgers and french fries, using fresh ingredients. Nothing frozen, no heat lamps, everything made to order. Looking at the menu
After about 15 minutes, our order came up. This burger is a quarter pound ground beef patty, cooked on a grill top, served on a soft white sesame seed bun with a slice of processed cheese. A burger order can pile on all the toppings you wish. I opted for lettuce, tomatoes, grilled onions, green peppers, ketchup, and mustard.
The burger was very good, with lots of beef flavor, still juicy.
We shared a “little” order of fries
In spite of being labeled “little”, this is actually a pretty large serving of fries (so how large is a “large”?). These are freshly chipped Idaho russet potatoes, twice cooked in peanut oil, and seasoned with salt or Cajun spices (we had a little of both on this one order).
By comparison to other made-to-order burger joints, this is a really fresh, really good classic burger, at a reasonable price.