After spending some time with Michelle’s grandpa, we needed to get something to eat in Northern Orange County. Michelle recommended G Burger. They have a variety of sandwiches and burgers to choose from, but they’re known for the burger for which they’re named.
Behold the G Burger. It stands the height of my hand from the bottom of my palm to the tip of my finger. It starts with a hamburger patty with your choice of American, Cheddar, Swiss, Pepper Jack, Goat, or Bleu Cheese. Then toss on teriyaki glazed onions, mushrooms, grilled pineapple, a fried egg, deli pastrami, avocado, chili, bacon, and remember that first hamburger patty? Toss on another one.
Yes, it’s a large burger, but don’t judge it by its size alone. The meat is perfectly seasoned and grilled to perfection. I would say that it’s not just the hamburger patty itself that makes this burger. It’s greatness is the sum of each individual topping, equally as good. If you take a look around this place, you’ll see the fresh ingredients they use. When you bite into this behemoth of a burger, you won’t find yourself trying to gnaw through a layer of chewy mushrooms or pineapple slices from a can. They really go the distance in preparing this burger.
Add some chili cheese fries to your meal, and you will be a happy camper. Their chili reminds me of Tommy’s, a place whose chili is one of my favorites.
For those of you that venture outside Los Angeles County, make this one of your stops. There are some awesome burgers east of the 605, and G Burger is one of them, proving good burgers don’t have to be tiny.