Ammo: WORST TURKEY BURGER EVER
and a salty hockey puck calling itself a turkey burger patty
my tongue is still stinging from the salt
and I used to LOVE the turkey burger when it was in house ground breast and was $11. I know things get more expensive but the quality level is what I would expect from Carls Jr.
and it was $16 . . . .
a pretty good one at Liberty Grill downtown today; grilled over wood, which you could taste a little. Bun not very interesting, but hey, it's a bun. No arugula, though. $11, I think?
r gould-saltman no avatar
Ya, they used to be a gem before the expansion. The food was great and the prices were right. It's just not the same anymore......
Has anyone had a turkey burger from 25 degrees? Just had another kick ass burger there last week, also a bite of my friends veggie burger, which was awesome, haven't had the turkey, though.