I was recently invited to try a burger, shake and fries courtesy of goodburger. As it was a sponsored meal (a rare occurrence – this was my first!), I’m not giving a rating – you can see my sponsored meal policy here. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get started, shall we?
Besides burgers, goodburger also offers sandwiches, turkey burgers and a variety of beverages.
Goodburger prides itself on fresh ingredients without additives, fillers, or preservatives. I admit when I’m going for a burger, I don’t really think about those things BUT I’m glad to know these facts just the same. What I did notice was the cute decor:
I ordered a classic burger with cheese and the works (lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard, mayo, ketchup), a strawberry milkshake and an order of fries.
I had ordered the burger “medium” and it was grilled to perfection – just slightly pink on the inside:
The burger was juicy without being too greasy, and you could tell the lettuce and tomato were fresh (no wilting here!). The fries were crispy, again without being too greasy, and the strawberry milkshake was deeeelish! Mmmm.
As I mentioned, my meal was sponsored, but you can see this meal would have cost $14.70:
So overall, I really liked the burger, shake and fries at goodburger. The price is a bit more than I would pay for a regular burger meal, so I don’t know if I’d visit goodburger too often (unlike my $8 vegetarian burrito bowl from Chipotle across the street, ha!) but it was good for a try. If you’re looking for a tasty, non-greasy burger, I’d definitely recommend giving goodburger a go!
Various locations, I visited the one at 101 Maiden Lane (@ Pearl)