Another friend and I had dinner here last Saturday. Everything on the food menu is $4.95+tax & tip. We had to line up outside because we arrived around 7pm and in the midst of the dinner rush. It is very dim and loud inside during dinnertime. We split the maple bacon potato skins for the appetizer and the deep-fried apple pie for dessert. My friend got the works burger while I had the Smokey BBQ burger. I noticed that if you order both an appetizer and a main, it arrives simultaneously. If you’re starving and hoping for an appetizer to tide you over until the entrée arrives, you should just skip the appetizer and order the entrée or prepare yourself for the wait.
The maple bacon potato skins consisted of russet potato wedges topped with cheddar and mozzarella cheese, crispy maple bacon and green onions with a sour cream dip. It was good, nothing especial about it.
The Works burger consists of Alberta beef, maple bacon, cheddar, crispy onions, macho sauce, lettuce and tomato on a toasted Brioche bun. My friend got the Parmesan Caesar salad. My friend enjoyed her burger and salad however it’s not the best burger she’s had.
The Smokey BBQ burger consists of beef, smokey bbq sauce, jalapenos, cheddar, macho sauce, lettuce and tomato on a toasted Brioche bun. I chose the Cream of Broccoli soup which was abit salty. The Smokey BBQ burger is not spicy at all and there isn’t even jalapenos in it. The Smokey BBQ sauce tries to be spicy but for a burger that’s advertised as spicy it’s very disappointing.
The deep-fried apple pie comes with a scoop of vanilla ice cream in a ramekin and dusted with cinnamon. It’s delicious.
I think I would come back for the deep-fried apple pie otherwise I’d splurge abit more for a burger at W Burger Bar. The appetizers and the mains here aren’t the best.