After a period of exhaustive, calorie-heavy research, we have determined the following ranking of all the Hamburger menu items. Hot Lemon Pie The exterior is a little too dense and crispy, and the piping hot gelatinous inside might burn your mouth if you aren’t careful.
Hot Apple Pie The burst of cinnamon flavor gives it the slight edge, but still, be careful. Fruit Chews Chewy, fruity and surprisingly addictive.
Grown people can eat fruit chews, too. Apple & Cranberry Chicken Salad A perfectly fine chicken salad with a nice tartness from the apples and cranberries, but still, come on.
Apple slices Hard to mess these up, really. And you could use more fiber, if you can brave being the guy who asks for apple slices.
Beverages (ice cream ones excluded) Important part of the equation, but also not really the point. Ranked as follows: Soft drink > coffee > tea > OJ > milk.
Onion Rings Pleasantly crispy, though prone to having the onion slip out of the breading -- and then you’re left looking around to see if anyone judges you as you shovel in an onion-less shell of fried batter, dipped in ranch. Grilled Cheese Tastes like childhood.
Justaburger The gateway burger for children, inevitably down a path towards experimentation with doubles and triples. Biscuit Nothing wrong with it, but you’ll be happier further down the list when you’re putting stuff in it.
Monterey Melt Starts out pleasantly tangy, but then there’s a potent kick to the tastebuds' courtesy of some jalapeño ranch. Burger buns are criminally underused in breakfast fare.
Thick & Hearty Burger Remember that time you put way too much A.1. Chop House Cheddar Burger Gotta onions going on here, so if that’s not your thing maybe look elsewhere.
Order one or tray of six and prepare to have your office mates simultaneously cheer and curse you. Biscuit Sandwich With Bacon Now we’re talking.
Grilled Chicken Sandwich When you want something sorta, kinda healthy(is) when Chick-fil-A is closed on Sunday. Hatcheck’n Sandwich When Chick-fil-A is closed on Sunday, but you’re feeling less healthy.
Chicken Fajita Taco Some folks like buns, some like toasted bread, and some like tortillas. This is a grilled sandwich for the tortilla camp, with Poland, red peppers, and onions bundled up in a warm flour tortilla.
Delivers surprisingly well on the fajita front. Chicken Strip Monterey Melt This is like a drunken sandwich you accidentally make, and it actually turns out wonderful.
Jalapeño & Cheese Hamburger Brings just enough heat, if that’s your thing. Be sure to keep a beverage handy to extinguish the fire.
Hickory BBQ Chicken Strip Sandwich Ever watch the movie Gone in 60 Seconds ? Hash Brown Sticks The breakfast version of French-fries.
Dip your Texas toast in said ranch as well. Breakfast Platter Like Grandma made you breakfast, but without the questions about your life choices, and also much faster.
Jalapeño Cheddar Biscuit Sandwich The spice helps wake you up. Bacon & Cheese Hamburger The competition is getting brutal.
Green Chile Double Delivers more on the flavor front than the Jalapeño burger. Definitely doesn’t pull any punches on the spice front though, so again, beverages.
Avocado Bacon Burger Generous with both the avocado and the bacon, and the Texas toast does a masterful job holding the operation together until you have destroyed it. Aquino with Cheese A Texas tradition, especially at 3am.
Pair it with hash brown sticks and a good night's rest, and you’re already a step ahead of your hangover. Bacon, sausage, or potato... there’s no wrong call here.
Hamburger Sure, could have gotten cute here, but there’s no unseating the king and the basis upon which the empire was built. Play it safe with a single, go big with a triple... no matter what, that toasty bun holding all the fixing's in is like a comforting hug from an old friend -- if your friend was delicious and available 24 hours a day.
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Every time I go home to visit my family, it doesn't take long before I spot an orange-and-white striped triangular building. My mouth instantly starts watering, and I can't continue my day without getting an order of chicken strips, Texas toast, gravy, fries, and a Root beer.
If there is even the slightest opportunity to tell someone we are from the Lone Star state, we will take it in a heartbeat. I took a trip down memory lane and tried the most popular items on the menu.
I don't know what they put in their batter, but their onion rings have a sweet element to them that I love. The batter is also thin, crispy, and never greasy, so you can eat a whole large order without feeling it in the pit of your stomach.
The chicken strips are tender, the BBQ sauce is sweet yet tangy, the two slices of Monterey Jack cheese are perfect, and it's all sandwiched together with perfectly buttered Texas Toast. Alexa, play “This Is What Dreams Are Made Of” by Hilary Duff.
Imagine mixing bell peppers and jalapeños together and smoking them on the grill. Hatch green Chile are huge in Texas especially during the summer.
At Hamburger, they have spent time meticulously crafting the Spicy Chicken Sandwich recipe, and it shows with each bite. It packs a delicious blend of marinated, crispy chicken that's spicy from within.
The breading is also seasoned well, so these don't taste bland as chicken breasts often can. Then you pair it with their peppered gravy, and OH MY GOODNESS after one bite you're transported to heaven.
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