Later, on my way to Costco, I happened to find a Fatburger (111 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver) at the corner of Beatty and Dunsmuir Streets. A few weeks later, I decided to stop by and see what the hubbub was about.
I visited during lunch time to find a small restaurant with a patio outfront overlooking a some green space. Inside the restaurant had three large booth tables to choose from or perhaps a counter overlooking the window. Thank goodness it wasn't that busy as for sure there wouldn't be any seating left.
|Fatburger Storefront on Beatty Street|
My only downfall this visit, was arriving right after three university aged students who took their sweet time in ordering and asked at least ten different questions each. Of course this was not the fault of the lady of taking the orders. But with only one cash register, there was no alternative.
Eventually, after what seemed to be an eternity, I was able to order.
The Order: 1 Baby Fatburger (single paddy burger) with fries and soft drink.
The employee printed my receipt, given my fountain drink cup and politely invited to have a seat for my order to freshly prepared. When the burger and fries were ready it was brought out to me.
At $11.53 this meal rivaled in price to that of Five Guys Burgers & Fries, but would it in taste? There was only one way to find out.
|Baby Hamburger Combo with Fries|
The fries were average cut fries. Sure they were nice and hot but nothing special in terms of preparation. Just straight cut fries with skin left on the tips like many other locales.
Overall, this Fatburger has issues during busy times with adequate number of space and an average menu. Looking for something unique? Go elsewhere. Looking for a solidly cooked burger and fries with nothing special? Fatburger is your place! I'd return in the future as the service is friendly and food prepared in a timely manner. But with ten or more people there? Forget it as there'd be no seats available!