One bite and you'll be hooked. This is by far the best burger joint in town. Even the smallest burger (1/4 lb. I think) is pretty big--could be easily shared by those with an average appetite, but you won't want to share, so forget it. Great fries. The onion rings can be a little greasy, and the Mexican vanilla shake is almost too rich to drink. Go with chocolate, or a cold beer.
I love going to a place that will put a fried egg on a hamburger. The portion sizes are very generous and 75% of the time it's wonderful. The favorite thing for my wife and I is getting the hamburger on a sourdough bun. The fries are nice and crispy, the onion rings are great, as are the house made french fries. They have a respectable beer selection, and great milkshakes too. \r <br>\r <br>My only complaint is that sometimes the food is inconsistent. Sometimes the meat is under-seasoned, sometimes it's over-seasoned. Sometimes the meat is over-cooked, sometimes it's undercooked. While you can of course order your burger whatever temperature you want it, it doesn't always mean it will come out right.\r <br>\r <br>To end on a high note though, they have wonderful condiments as well. My favorites are the chipotle mayo (I even dip my fries in it) and the habanero kethcup.
Big'z Burgers is a GREAT venue for the entire family. Sit outside on the patio or deck while the kids play a pick-up game of soccer, football, or tag!
<br>The gourmet burgers are fresh, the fries are fabulous, and the milkshakes are to die for! Especially the chocolate. Get there early to avoid the lunch line!
<br>Thanks for all the great food and thanks for sponsoring Team South Texas Multi-Sports (www.TeamSTXMS.org). We couldn't race without you!