Memorable | One of the Best
Review by: Roadfood Team
Kuma’s Corner is a special place: heavy metal music, elaborate beer selection and, most importantly, some of the best tasting and most creative burgers known to man. A melting pot of hardcore rockers and demanding foodies, Kuma’s always has a crowd; if you don’t time your visit well, expect to wait at least an hour. Few burger-lovers would argue that the reward is not worth the wait, however.
What should I eat at Kuma’s Corner?
Named after heavy metal bands, the burgers are remarkably unique. Each is served on a delicious pretzel roll that is well equipped to hold the mass of ingredients together. The original Kuma burger is topped with a fried egg, cheddar, and bacon. Relatively simple compared to some of the other options, the original is a great introduction for a Kuma’s newbie.
Examples of other burgers include the Mastodon (topped with fried onions, bacon, and barbecue sauce), the Led Zeppelin (topped with pulled pork, cheese, and pickles), the High on Fire (topped with ham, pineapple, and peppers), and the Goblin Cock (a burger topped with a Chicago-style hot dog). Truly adventurous appetites are drawn to the Slayer (a pile of waffle fries topped with a burger, chili, Andouille sausage, jack cheese, and hot peppers), which should require the customer to sign a waiver.
As though the burgers were not enough, Kuma’s offers appetizers that are similarly enticing. The barbecue pork fries are well-executed, with crisp waffle fries and tender pulled pork. A build-your-own mac ‘n’ cheese option allows patrons to mix in both meats and vegetables. Perfectly textured, the outcome is a vat of deliciousness large enough to share among several people.
With its combination of quality ingredients, amazing creativity, unique atmosphere, and solid service, Kuma’s Corner receives my strongest Roadfood recommendation.
*original post by John W*
Directions & Hours
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner|
|Credit Cards Accepted||Yes|