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Bobby's Burger Palace, Mohegan Sun

mels Aug 10, 2009 02:30 PM

Grabbed a bite at BBP this weekend. Two of us, no sides just two burgers. It was $7.50 for each burger. I had the LA Burger which had an avocado relish, watercress, cheddar and tomato. Partner had the Bobby Blue Burger with blue cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato. The bacon was nice and thick, burgers were nice and juicy, cooked perfectly medium as specified. Condiments are on the tables which include ketchup, yellow mustard, chipotle ketchup, jalapeno sauce and burger sauce (which looked A1/brown sauce like but I didn't try it). I tried the jalapeno sauce which was fiery and a nice compliment to my LA burger.

Didn't order sides but I saw them around, definitely big enough for two to split. I only spied the sweet potatoes fries, which looked awesome, and the onion rings which looked good, though they have a heavier batter which I know some people aren't in to.

All in all, I would go back again. Great burgers are abound so I wouldn't call it the best ever, but a fine burger for sure. I would have no problem plunking down $7.50 for another one when in the area.

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    Td61 Aug 10, 2009 04:02 PM

    I concur. I had the Bobby Blue crunchified, rare. FANTASTIC!

    1. Lee Gordon Aug 11, 2009 01:06 AM

      Next time, try the vanilla shake. It's outstanding.

      1. shaogo Aug 11, 2009 04:04 AM

        It was nice to be reminded of this burger place (I'm a burger fiend). They do a great job.

        I don't like to gamble at Mohegan (I much prefer Foxwoods -- it's the people). However, while we're "in the neighborhood" it's nice to walk through Mohegan and sometimes have a bite to eat.

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          jackbauer Aug 11, 2009 11:10 AM

          A lot people tend to rag on Bobby Flay because he is so over-exposed. But as Anthony Bourdain put it, his restaurants are all a hell of a lot better than they have to be.

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            Td61 Aug 12, 2009 05:51 PM

            I hope to try another tomorrow!

            1. Jpan99 Sep 30, 2009 10:32 AM

              I had the Bobby Blue burger which was tasty and not too big. Good for me because I normally can't finish a huge burger, but bad for my wallet at $7.50...it could easily be a $6 burger for the size.

              But the fries were the real deal. Fresh, cooked perfectly, a nice little tin pail of them. And they come with this spicy dipping sauce that was excellent. Also the chipotle ketchup sitting on the counter was really good with the fries as well. I'd go back just to eat fries. I saw the sweet potato fries go by and they looked good as did the onion rings. But the regular fries were awesome, just awesome.

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                ljsinct Oct 1, 2009 05:09 PM

                I was psyched to eat here after watching Bobby go on and on about great french fries on the show, "The Best Thing I ever Ate."
                We ate after a little gambling and had an order of the regular fries and a black and white shakes.... the shakes were awesome, but the fries really weren't so good. Not salted enough, and too crispy- I think we got the bottom of the batch- they were all small fries as well. The dipping sauce was great.

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                  Catering_2_You Oct 4, 2009 04:44 AM

                  I have to agree. My wife and I each got an order of regular fries and the sweet potato fries and they were cold and not up to expectations. The crunchified burgers and Brooklyn beer go great together. I will still go back and try it again.

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                    Jpan99 Oct 6, 2009 07:53 AM

                    Sorry you had a bad experience. I would have sent my fries back if they were cold. Mine were hot, crispy and really some of the best fries I've had. My mom made great fries. My grandfather owned a diner so my mom made them the way he made them...cut the fries, soak in water. First fry to blanch, second fry to crisp up and serve. I think Flay does it the same way.

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                    ratbuddy Oct 5, 2009 06:59 AM

                    I kid you not, the room service fries at Mohegan Sun are among the best I've ever had. Simply perfect.

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                  HeidiCT Oct 5, 2009 10:21 AM

                  I was wondering about this place. Good to know that they have decent burgers. I will give it a try the next time we are you there and are in the mood for some burgers and fries.

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