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We Love Burgers

Hipódromo, La Condesa, Mexico City, Roma Norte, Satélite

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Overall Rating

  • Meat 90%
  • Bun 80%
  • Condiments 80%
  • French Fries 90%
  • Ambience 90%
  • Service 90%
  • Value 80%

Details for Location Reviewed
We Love Burgers

Locale: Hipódromo, La Condesa, Mexico City, Roma Norte, Satélite Address: Av Michoacán 172

Telephone: +52 55 5211 5090

Restaurant Type: Casual Dining, Hamburger Restaurant
Cuisine: Burgers Service Type: Table Service Price: $$$ Menu items offered: Hamburgers

Hours: Mon-Sat: 1pm to 11pm Sun: 1pm to 9pm

This restaurant has multiple locations. Please refer to the map for information about each location including hours of operation.

Details for Location Reviewed
We Love Burgers

Locale: Hipódromo, La Condesa, Mexico City, Roma Norte, Satélite
Address: Av Michoacán 172
Telephone: +52 55 5211 5090

Restaurant Type: Casual Dining, Hamburger Restaurant
Cuisine: Burgers
Service Type: Table Service

Price: $$$
Restaurant Features:

Hours: Mon-Sat: 1pm to 11pm
Sun: 1pm to 9pm

This restaurant has multiple locations. Please refer to the map for information about each location including hours of operation.

Summary of Review

We Love Burgers offer handcrafted gourmet burgers. Hot Dogs and all-day breakfast too, including a variety of egg dishes, chilaquiles, waffles and pancakes.

Summary of Review

We Love Burgers offer handcrafted gourmet burgers. Hot Dogs and all-day breakfast too, including a variety of egg dishes, chilaquiles, waffles and pancakes.

Restaurant Review for We Love Burgers

 

Review by: Ollie O
Rating: 4.4 stars
Review Date: 09/13/2015

We Love Burgers (WLB among friends) has been flippin’ and selling burgers for a handful of years and now has three locations in Mexico City.

They recently opened a location in the trendy “rotunda of restaurants” (that’s a name I made up) surrounding the Puente de la Cibeles.

The décor at this location is straight from the book of trendy, modern, loft-like décor. This is sure to please the residents in this Roma Norte neighborhood looking for the new “hip” place to eat.

The waitress was both beautiful and friendly. And efficient to boot. No flaw in the service, although I was there very early for lunch before anyone else began wandering in.

They don’t really have a “classic” cheeseburger with the standard lettuce, tomato and onion condiments. The closest thing is, I believe, the OUT N IN burger, a slight variation on the world-famous In-and-Out Burger (which features cheese, lettuce, tomato and thousand island dressing (known as the “spread”)). The WLB version adds caramelized onions (clearly an improvement on the classic).

This burger, on arrival, was a beauty. I cut into to view a cross-section, and it just oozed beautiful juice. The grind was course. Sufficient fat to make it juicy and delicious. Perfectly seasoned. The onion was sweet. Dark purple. Possibly sautéed in wine. And that thousand-island dressing was absolutely delicious. It was cooked perfectly. Just a hint of pink in the center. That cheese was melted over that patty. This was a masterpiece. A beautiful work of burger art.

The French fries were “mostly peeled”, with just enough bits of peel remaining to prove they weren’t frozen and bagged. Hot and crisp.

Heinz ketchup for the fries.

No salt shakers. In fact, when I request a bit of salt they brought me a small ramekin of salt. No shakers? What’s with Mexico not having salt shakers in the restaurants?

Notwithstanding, this was a great burger. These were really good fries. One of the best burgers, if not the best burger, in Mexico City. Supplemented by reasonable prices a pleasant atmosphere and good service, what’s not to like?

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