The Burger Project

Very few places that cater to varying taste for burgers exist in the country. Most of the time, people have to find specific burger joints or restaurants to fulfill their patty-ful cravings. Some look for size, going for triple quarter pounders and sorts. Others look for quality, targeting grilled beefy goodness cooked to perfection. And more look for the special kinds of burgers, brimming in cheese, sauces, bacon and sorts. The Burger Project caters all these needs.

The Burger Project has a unique menu for its customers because their menu is solely based on customer preferences. Customers get to choose from a wide variety of options, and each burger a person orders is unique from every other. Why you may ask?

The Burger Project asks the customers to choose each and every part of the burger from a list of ingredients. Customers get to choose the type and number of patties like beef, tofu, or Angus, add-ons like bacon or sautéed mushrooms, cheeses such as bleu, cheddar, or mozzarella, to sauces like wasabi mayo or pesto. Even the bun is customizable. And to top it all off, you can add anything to your heart’s content, so as long as your budget allows it. The number of possible burger combinations is nearly infinitesimal, and people many never get tired of trying every possible combination.


Food quality

Some would expect such burgers, large and meaty, to be of course bombarded with oil, grease, and all the vitamins and minerals of cholesterol goodness. This joint, however, differs in that it boasts quality. The food is not too oily and does not make you sweaty and greasy after.

The taste and texture of its burgers are moderately exceptional. Grilled to its yummy goodness, it does not lack in both taste and flavor. Though some flavors and toppings are easily overwhelmed by the taste of the burger, it still provides an excellent amount of enjoyment and satisfaction to the overall burger experience, and yes, the burgers are big.


Price range

Ingredients come at a cost, and every addition also adds to the bill. The joint’s most basic burger, consisting of lettuce, tomato, and pickles would cost you at least a hundred, which is not really a rip off since it is a premium burger joint, and should therefore be a little pricy. Each add-on to the burger has a corresponding cost that starts at 25 pesos. A particularly well-proportioned burger, with several add-ons, consisting something like sautéed mushrooms, wasabi mayo, etc. could cost you at least 175 pesos, which is really not that bad for a really good burger.

Overall, The Burger Project is revolutionary; at the same time, it is liberating, taking away the constraints from the norms of burger creation. Though it is not rare for restaurants to offer customizable and unconventional food products, The Burger Project is still one of a kind since it caters to every single person’s taste in a burger, even the hard to please vegetarians. Doubtless to say, people would come back for more, so long as their budget allows it.

The Burger Project:  G/Flr, The Grand Towers 760 P. Ocampo Sr. St., 1004 Malate, Manila

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