Super Duper Burgers Restaurant Review, San Francisco

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Reviewer: Foodnut.com

Super Duper Burgers

2304 Market St. (near 16th street)

San Francisco, CA 94114


Super Duper San Francisco interior decor

Super Duper is a new hamburger restaurant in the Castro. It was opened by the folks behind Delarosa, Beretta and Starbelly. They use Niman Ranch meats. This restaurant opened in mid-April 2010.
Decor, Vibe – Brand-new Burger restaurant with some retro decor and stainless steel seats. The place had a couple younger folks stop by for a quick bite.

Menu (Click to zoom into any picture)

Super Duper San Francisco menu two

Super Duper Burgers Menu has a pretty short menu with vegetarian and chicken breast options. Straus soft-serve is available for dessert.

Super Duper Full image set


Super Duper San Francisco super Burger

Super Burger ($4.75) with Niman ranch meat, bun, super sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheddar cheese was a pretty small Burger. Definitely needed double here. It was automatically cooked to a medium rare. Pretty average nothing special to this Burger.


Super Duper San Francisco garlic fries

Garlic cheese fries ($3) tossed with freshly chopped garlic was pretty average, it seemed like it had pretty pedestrian cheese tossed on top.


Super Duper Burgers took about five minutes to make our Burger. This place is pretty average, if you’re nearby a safe bet to get a burger. Pearls still tops our list in San Francisco.

Super Duper Burger on Urbanspoon

Super Duper Burgers Overall Rating: (Average 1.5)

Come Back?

Food Rating: (Average)
Service Rating: (Average)
Atmosphere Rating: (Good)
Value Rating: (Good)

Guide: 0 = poor, 1 = Below/Average, 2 = Good, 2.5 = Very Good, 3 = Excellent , 4 = Extraordinary

Hours:11AM - 11PM
Prices:$3.75 - $6.75
Posted on April 23rd, 2010
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