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Visiting my parents in Connecticut for the Thanksgiving break led me to find other things to do with my time than forced family interaction, so I decided to check out a local burger spot that opened recently, Burger Bar Bistro in South Norwalk that boasted an array of specialty burgers and sliders. I was a little skeptical as they also boast that you can upgrade any burger to “Grass Fed Kobe” for $4 – but I’m going to leave the whole “authentic Kobe beef” debate to the meat experts.

I decided to get the B.E.C burger: Thick Cut Applewood Smoked Bacon, Runny Egg, Double American Cheese, Fries, & Spicy Ketchup. Apparently the burgers do not come with fries, which I thought was kind of ridiculous considering the burger itself is $13. (Who is coming up with these price points for burgers nowadays?! Seriously. It’s kind of getting out of hand.) So my friend and I just got a serving of fries to split since they already gave us salt & vinegar chips and some kind of weird (but yummy!) sweet, warm donuts with butter on the house.

Look how empty the rest of that plate looks. 😥

It came on a seeded bun, similar to the kind they use at Bobby’s Burger Palace, which I really enjoyed. And with an adorable little  “Burger Bar Bistro” flag mounted on top! Pulling back the bun, I revealed a beautiful sunny side up staring back at me, which deliciously oozed over my burger.

Burger rating: If it hadn’t been for the price tag & lack of fries, I would have given it a solid “B+”, but I’m going to have to go with a “C+”. The burger itself was delicious. All the elements worked together well and it was definitely one of the better “breakfast burgers” that I’ve had (egg/bacon/cheese combo).

So if you’re ever traveling up I-95 North through Connecticut, take a little detour at Exit 15 and check the place out. (Or you can keep driving and hit up Shake Shack in Westport!)

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About A Side of Ketchup

I'm just a girl, standing in front of some food, and then shoving it into my face. Eating everything that comes across my path and then sharing my thoughts with the masses. Email me at asideofketchup[at]gmail.com

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