I was in Kingston for the weekend and a few people had recommended this place because of its vast selection of burger toppings. The staff was friendly and the decor reminded us of a distillery or factory. The tables didn’t seem to be placed properly and it was kind of annoying that even a short girl like myself had to duck down to avoid hitting the lights.
We started with the tower-O-rings, which come with 2 sauces of your choice. I must say, these rings were definitely some of the best I’ve ever had. For the burger you begin by choosing the patty you’d like and then choose from a smorgasbord of topping combinations. I settled on the “down under,” which consists of caramelized onions, fried egg, pineapple, beets, Gouda and I added mushrooms and bacon and topped it with an onion ring. Then you choose a white or brown bun and a side.
The glasses of water are actually 2L measuring cups, good to know that I generally end up drinking over 4 litres of water in one meal, lol. The sweet potato and mashed potato sides were bland and more of an afterthought to the main. My burger was the size of my head! I’m allowed to indulge in my gluttony sometimes. I had to pull a Guy Fieri and squish the burger, lean over, make elbows parallel to floor and open wide. The burger was overcooked for my liking but with all the ingredients, it was a party in my mouth!
All in all, the food was way over-priced and mediocre. I wouldn’t come here for a regular burger but with their “everything but the kitchen sink” gimmick and kooky titles, it makes it an enjoyable experience from time to time.