I ate at this place maybe 5 years ago, before I started doing these reports. I had the lamb burger and loved it. No idea why I haven’t come back until today, but better late than never.
This place is fantastic. According to their website they grind Creekstone Farms Premium Black Angus beef for their burgers. I know nothing about Creekstone Farms but that sounds impressive! They also make their own buns, pickles, mayo and onion rings, and hand cut their fries.
Today I had the signature Company Burger and my dining partner had The Single with added bacon. We odered a side of fries and onion rings, and I decided to try their milkshake of the month. It was an Andes Mint Cookies & Cream Milkshake.
***** FOOD *****
I know this will sound funny. The milkshake was delicious but I hated it. After EVERY sip I was chewing for 30 seconds. It was so chunky it was like eating cookies instead of drinking something! Delicious cookies and chunks of Andes mints at that, but I would have preferred it whipped up smoother. It was more like eating a sundae through a straw. Should have just gone with a vanilla shake.
I remembered the mayo bar from my last visit. I’m one of those weirdos that likes dipping his fries in it. The basil mayo and the garlic mayo are fantastic. I put the garlic mayo on my burger and used the basil one for french fry dipping. Really yummy!
Both burgers were delicious. The patties have a slight crust on them, like they were done on a very hot grill. And you can tell they make their own buns. They are really special! Also, I hate bread and butter pickles. When I saw them on the menu I started to say leave them off my burger. But I let them add them. They’re great! So much better than the horrible ones you buy in a jar at the supermarket.
Awesome place for burgers. I highly recommend it!
4600 Freret St., New Orleans, LA 70115 Ph:504-267-0320