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A Return to Burger Republik

Posted by Hisham
Thursday 30 April 2015 at 5:41 pm.
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Because we sent some freelance proofreading work in the direction of the proprietor of Burger Republik, they invited us over for dinner on the house. I had the chicken kebab which was perfect and juicy. Especially the onions.

Because onions!

Ain had ordered a new item on their menu, the salmon. I thought the bean sprouts gave the fish a great taste and texture. Although I loved my kebab, I quickly wished I had ordered the salmon instead. But all is good, because we all share our food with each other anyway.

Irfan had a "Broadway Burger". But there was no photo of it, just this photo of Irfan devouring said burger.

Because we found the selection of Burger Republik's menu quite appetising, we shall return there!

four comments

David Leyman

Always on the look-out for a good burger. Sadly, they are few and far between. There are lots of extremely inferior ones out there – available at ‘MuckDonalds’, ‘Burger King’, ‘A&W’, ‘KFC’, etc but only ‘Uncle Chilis’ and ‘TGIF’* have hit the spot for me.

Have not tried ‘Burger Republic’. Looks like it should go on the list.

*‘TGIF’ is excellent when it is fresh and hot but tends to go a bit greasy as it cools down.

I still make the best salmon!!

David Leyman (Email ) (URL) - 05-05-’15 20:18
Hisham

Aha! That means we’re having salmon next time we visit.

Also, we should visit this restaurant if you come visit us.

Hisham (Email ) (URL) - 05-05-’15 21:14
David Leyman

Good plan!

David Leyman (Email ) (URL) - 05-05-’15 21:34
sila

woo! salmon looks good! :-) we must go here when we visit you nanti!

sila - 18-05-’15 05:55


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