The inside of the place is very small, and just reeks of burgers (one deep breath and the diet is all the way off). With such limited seating, one really should not be a jackass and sit at a table that can accomodate more people, than, say oneself. Which I did...One girl, one two-top; in my defense, I was early and did not dillydally. Here's how the burger and fries break down: The burger is served on a fresh ciabatta bun, with all of the standard ingredients. The bacon is thick-sliced and crisp, the meat was properly cooked to order. The veggies were fresh and crisp. Overall, the burger was delicious, hot fresh, with gently melted cheese and a fabulous amount of ooze/drippage. And that's what caused me pause. The bun. The overall juiciness. They scrap with one another about 2/3 of the way through the burger. The last few bites, my soft, perfect ciabatta morphed into a soggy and disintigrating thing. Caveat that: I was not leisurely gnoshing, I consumed it - doody of the jury variety and my need for timeliness resulted in fast mastication. The fries were extremely good, crispy, nicely seasoned and really, unless you just like to slurp up the ketchup, it's not necessary.
One word of caution, for the unititiated - bring either cash or a debit card. They do not accept plastic monies, but, do provide a cash machine for your use. Oh, and make sure you are hungry, and not feeling all "dainty", it's big, juicy meat. As we all know, you cannot have your pudding, if you don't eat your meat. (ouch).
Bottom Line: Good value for the money, excellent burger and fries. The bun was the issue for me. That being said, it may have been an isolated instance. I will definitely go back, when I am in the area.