When we pulled up to the drive-thru menu, I realized they had a large menu of burgers.
I am glad we stopped.
Kathy and I ordered up a #3 with bacon. It was a combo meal with a single-meat burger, fries and a drink.
We waited in line for a long, long time. It was probably 20 minutes from order to delivery. That's the only thing I could notate as being bad about the dining experience.
The burgers were fairly large with a nice fresh bun. It *looked* homemade, but it probably wasn't. It was really fresh, though. It almost looked like a potato hamburger bun, but I am not sure.
The vegetables were also fresh and plentiful. In fact, it had a nice red tomato, nice green iceberg lettuce that was cut up in large (but not too large) sections and a nice piece of onion.
The patty looked to be hand-formed and it was thin and cooked perfectly on the flat top, leaving it just still juicy without the need for several napkins.
The french fries were small, hand-cut fries with a lot of salt. They weren't crisp like they had been double-fried, so I ate them first to avoid having to eat cold, limp fries after the burger.
I can recommend this place and hope to get a chance to stop by again when I can try some of the other options on the menu.
As for the Texas Burger Stop's rating, here goes:
- Patty Size and Style: thin, hand formed
- Cooking style: cooked on a flat top
- Char: some char grill
- Bun: soft, fresh and untoasted
- Vegetables: fresh red tomatoes, nice green iceberg lettuce
- Napkins needs: one napkin should do
- Special attributes: thin, fresh-cut fries, nice and salty
- Ownership: appears to be locally owned, non chain