Saturday 9 August 2008

Windsor and burgers

As you might know from my wife's blog, we were in Windsor yesterday evening with some friends of her (a married couple like us, strange now that we are all married) and we ate at the Gourmet Burger Kitchen there. Burgers are good. The problem with it is that it's a bit expensive for what you get, but I always Montreal prices and portions in mind when I get there. That said, I will try a new burger every time I go to GBK. I do miss the decadence of our portions in Québec. And I make better mayonnaise than the one of GBK. Windsor is nice, next time I should take some pictures, although that would make me feel like all those tourists.

I haven't made an entry about food in ages (since the 4th of August to be precise, if you count an entry about cider to be a food entry, if you don't then you have to go back to the 2nd of August), so this is the first real one in a while. Next time I will talk about something more intellectual. Promise.


Anonymous said...

Here, in Ottawa, we have a local 'hain' of restaurants called The Works where the burgers (and the side dishes they are served with) are to die for. I also try a different one every time I go....last time, it was the Bluesburger, with blue cheese, red onions, smoked perppers......very good. Each pattie takes 20 minutes to cook, because it is 6 ounces of ground beef and is always served well done unless you request it otherwise and then, you must sign a waiver absolving them of any responsibility (for serving rare hamburger).

Anonymous said...

Sorry....that should be 'chain' of restaurants.