Foster Burger ★★★
Oct 30, 2011
There were a few speciality burgers on the menu like the TurkeyBacon Burger, The Veggie Burger, The Kiwi Burger (cheddar, beet, egg), and the Burner (Sriracha, jalapeños, onion straws, cheddar, American). Lately I’ve been a big fan of Sriracha, so I went with The Burner. In addition to hand-cut fries, they had poutine. I’ve never had it before, so we got that too.
There are a variety of drinks including beer, cocktails, sodas, and milkshakes. About the milkshakes… they even serve something called a Cockshake which adds a shot of liquor into your milkshake. We giggled about this for a good while.
Depending on which burger you choose, a meal will cost you between $10 and $20.
Once our food came to the table I was amazed at how tall my burger was. (I don’t really like a hard-to-eat burger. If you have to resort to knife-and-fork, that’s a sure sign of giving up.) So I picked it up and took a bite. Spicy! I could definitely taste the Sriracha in the burger and the onion straws gave a nice crunchy texture to the sandwich. Halfway through and I noticed it was starting to fall apart. I quickly took a few more bites and eventually gave up trying.
I scooped out some poutine onto my plate and it was super tasty. I’m glad we ordered it, because frankly I wouldn’t have. “Cheese curds” sounds scary to me.
- spicy burger
- yummy Foster sauce
- super tasty poutine
- very messy