The review is not surprising to anyone who has been here. If it isn’t the best big thick (12 oz) burger in this country, I’d sure like to know who has a better one.
When you go, try to get a seat at the counter (the place is so small) so you can watch the tall thin dude (husband/wife own the place)do his thing on that griddle…There’s no char broiler. But, it won’t make any difference even to those of you, like myself, who love a great char broiled burger.
This is truly a special eating experience. It really is. If you can make it out to this great food town, make sure you check the Bob Cat’s hours; they have crazy hours.
Save room for dessert on your way back up the road. There is another roadfood type place (sorry I forget the name) that’s very famous, too. They have great homemade pies!