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Bobby's Burger Palace

 Bergen Town Center
Paramus, NJ
 

Gourmet Burgers @ Bobby's Burger Palace

It was a big deal with Bobby’s Burger Palace opened up at Bergen Town Center. The line to get in to the place was absolutely long. While it isn’t as long as it was in the beginning, the wait to get in is still there. I finally decided to see what the fuss was all about.

The menu is very simple. It’s plastered on the wall while you move towards the cashier. You have the option of eating in or taking this out. The makes a difference because there are two separate lines for ordering in the manner.

All burgers are certified Angus beef. But for those that do not want to eat beef at all, you can choose ground turkey or chicken breast instead. All of a sudden the burgers that are listed just tripled in the amount that you can choose with your choice of meat.

I tried something simple with the Booby Blue Burger. I opted for the chicken breast that was topped with blue cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato. Since I asked if I wanted to crunchy my burger I said yes. It’s basically crushed potato chip sin your burger to add another layer of texture.

It’s a seat yourself place once you order with a lot of communal tables. That means you’ll be siting beside a complete stranger in need be. Servers will come and bring your food to you when it’s ready. I was pretty impressed with what I tasted in my burger. I also had to get a side of sweet potato fries to seal the deal.

I can see the attraction to Bobby’s Burger Palace. It falls somewhere in between fast food and casual dining. It’s not a bad place to dine if you can get a seat.

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01/24/2010

Aura8022

Wow this place has changed a lot since I was last there a couple of years ago. What a change for the worse!

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