November 11, 2010

D.I.Y. burgers

Another new little eatery in our neighborhood is The Burger Project. Choose your bun (whole wheat, potato, sesame seed), patty (tofu, chicken, beef), cheese, toppings and sauces. Quite innovative since most burger places here, franchise or independent, let you choose only the toppings and sauces at the most. The tofu burger was a disappointment, however; I'll try the chicken burger next time.

The Burger Project

13 comments:

Photo Cache said...

that is a fine concept. if i'm not mistaken there's something like that here too, one of the mom and pops

Leif Hagen said...

Tofu burger? No, I'd start with a chicken burger or a hamburger! We have "smashburgers" in Eagan ....

bfarr said...

Tofu burger??? Tofu may have it's place gastronomically speaking, but between two slices of bread with ketchup and raw onion...I think not. Sacrilegious.

Misalyn said...

I wonder how the tofu burger tastes like...hmmm might be a good replacement for meat, good for vegetarians but I'd rather have the chicken burger or the cheeseburger.

Youth_in_Asia said...

The concept sounds foreign, but I've had good tofu burgers. They can be excellent if done right. Bison burgers are my favorite. Leaner than beef with a similar flavor. I don't know many places that have the flexibility that this one does. I wouldn't know where to begin!

lewi14 said...

It's really a great concept and the best choice in consideration of the big burger companies.

VP said...

We use tofu for insulation works here... or is that cork?
The taste is the same!

Cezar and Léia said...

I would like to try the tofu burger, looks a good idea!
Léia

MurciaDailyPhoto said...

That's called creative evolution of fast food. In Spain it is discussing the possibility of banning children's menus (fast food) do not carry toys.

Johnny said...

Esta comida es internacional y gusta a todo el mundo ¡¡¡
Saludos

Halcyon said...

Sounds like the kind of place I would like!

nazeeh said...

That's a cool concept
I hope you don't get disappointed with the chicken burger

Dina said...

Good idea. I'd love to go through there at least three different times.