Sunday, August 22, 2010

First Taste: Andy's Double Cheeseburger

Every now and then I crave a good cheeseburger. I know, it's not the healthiest meal for someone trying to lose weight, but a good burger is worth a cheat once in a while.

In this entry, I stop off at Andy's Cheeseburger, Shakes, and Fries in Garner, North Carolina. After a disappointing Smitty Burger from Jubiliee Hamburger in Tacoma, Washington, I decided to taste a local favorite.

First opened in Goldsboro, NC in 1991, Andy's now has over 100 independently owned establishments across the state. For many years, the restaurant was known for its cheesesteaks, but the cheeseburger now dominates marketing efforts, starting first with its name.

For the first taste, I ordered the double cheeseburger. This burger consists of two patties, cheese, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, ketchup, mayonnaise, and a bun. On the side, while not reviewed, I ordered fries and an orange-aid drink.

The cheeseburger is juicy and full of flavor. The first bite reveals a tinge of black pepper that suits the flavor perfectly.

The portion of a double cheeseburger is enough for me. In fact, the single patty is probably just right.

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest, I give the Andy's Double Cheeseburger a solid 9 for quality of taste and overall satisfaction. When compared to Cookout, Five Guys, and Jubilee, Andy's definitely takes the prize for a winning burger worthy of consumption.

If you're in North Carolina, I encourage you to give Andy's Cheeseburger, Shake & Fries a try. Enjoy!

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