Wibbley's Gourmet Hamburgers
2255 140th Ave NE Ste B, Bellevue, WA 98005
Wibbley's Gourmet Burgers
Wibbleys Gourmet Partners
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Drive Through: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, American, Hot Dogs, Fast Food, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
08/02/2011Provided by Citysearch -
A nice little hamburger/fries/shakes place tucked away in Bellevue.They don't take cards,so bring cash,they do have an atm now in the front.Pretty good burgers and great fries that are really tasty.Lunch is very crowded,so get in line early.A cut above the usual burger joint,as evidenced by the crowds at lunch time.
01/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I just moved to seattle and Im used to burgers from In and Out and Culvers and I've been to wibbleys twice and love their burgers. The burgers are cooked to perfection and they always have this grilled crisp to the burger. Fries were hot and fresh. Atmosphere is dinerish. This beats all fast food burgers and Kidd Valley.
07/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
All the positive reviews here have been spot on. To boot, as a vegetarian I immensely enjoy their vegetarian option, which can be slapped onto any of their varieties. Try it with the Teriyaki burger. The fries are that perfect mix of crispy exterior and soft interior that we all look for. The people who work there are super friendly and the place is clean. Easily my favorite burger joint. The only caveat? They don't accept credit cards, so be sure to bring cash. Bring cash. It's worth the trip to the ATM!
06/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Although Wibbley's hamburgers are made with the pervasive factory-made thin patties that we see everywhere, and the bun is just the basic sesame seed-topped variety, the burgers do seem to have a good flavor and decent level of juiciness, and I have to give them credit for that. I suspect this is because they know how to use seasoning properly and have a decent grill. And, although the milkshakes are just cranked out from the soft serve machine against the wall, they've gotten something right with the flavor there as well. I know many people who love Wibbley's and I'm fairly fond of them myself. Be warned, however, if you go during lunch, expect difficulties in getting a table. Wibbley's is not a large place and they are very popular.
07/09/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I've been going to Wibbley's for a few years now, and their food has been consistent and great. Both the hamburgers and chicken burgers are exceptionally tasty, the fries tasty and fresh, and the shakes are outstanding (try the mocha shake). My only complaint is that there are only stools to sit on (no booths or chairs), and they are not open on Saturday evenings or Sundays!
04/14/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I've just never had a ""regular"" burger any better, period. This isn't your exotic burger place with some massive filet mignon patty or whatever. Just imagine kidd valley but a better, jucier patty, leaner thicker bacon, higher quality ingredients, higher quality beef with irish pub like decor. Cheap $4 for the bacon burger. Can't go wrong. I go twice a month for lunch and everyone at the office wants me to bring something back.
09/24/2002Provided by Citysearch -
you'll love it here! The burgers are thick, dry and overcooked, and taste like they contain some type of ""filler."" YUCK! One of the worst hamburgers I've had for years! I have no idea why anyone would eat here. Also, all seats are tall stools, and very uncomfortable.
08/23/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Wibbley's consistently makes the best burger I have had in Seattle. The burgers are cooked fresh to order and have that great charbroiled flavor. The fries are crispy and hot and a full order is plenty big enough for two to share. Try the South of the Border burger with green chilis. The shakes are fabulous, made with fresh ice cream, and you even get a free one on you birthday.