BurgerMeister Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Posted by Foodnut.com
759 Columbus Ave (Near Scotland)
San Francisco, CA 94133
BurgerMeister is a local San Francisco Bay Area burger joint with 5 locations, 3 in San Francisco, Alameda, and Daly City. They pride themselves on making great burgers that are juicy, taste great and require both hands to eat. They’ve won a lot of awards for their burgers.
Open since 1999, they use Niman Ranch all natural, hormone-free and antibiotic-free beef. They uses Mitchell’s ice cream for shakes. We tried the San Francisco Columbus Avenue location near Fisherman’s wharf. They serve burgers, hot dogs, salads, sandwiches, and more.
Decor, Vibe – Clean modern decor with lots of drawings of landmarks on the wall. Many tourists and a couple locals were dining there.
Cheeseburger ($9.50) with 1/2 lb Niman Ranch Ground Beef pattie, Cheddar cheese, and a side salad. The burger was huge, bigger than most and it was so juicy the lower bun got soggy. The burger was cooked to our specific medium rare and tasted good. It had more charcoal grill flavor that most burgers.
Kids 1/4lb Niman Ranch Burger ($6.50) came with natural cut fries that were very good and a soda. A great deal for a pretty massive burger.
BurgerMeister took about 5 minutes to cook our burger to order. The burgers here are very good. We would rank them right in there with favorites from Custom Burger and Pearls. No problems going again if wanted a burger.
Be sure to checkout their Weekday specials Mon-Fri 2-6pm, Meal Deal Mon-Thurs, and Smart A la Carte burger.
86 Carl Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
138 Church Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
507 Westlake Center
Daly City, CA 94015
Filed under: $, 2.5 stars, American Restaurant, Burger, California, Dine Again?, Go Again, Restaurant Cost, Restaurant Cuisine, Restaurant Location, Restaurant Rating, Restaurant Review, San Francisco Restaurants, United States | Tags: best burger, burger restaurants, Fisherman's Wharf, good burger, Lunch
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