Despite being in an urban downtown area, the Triple O's is actually a spacious 50's or 60's diner inspired inside with a service counter at one end. Add to this a condiment and drink counter along another side the entire interior set up is like a McDonald's forced to combine operations with a diner.
|Triple O's in the CBC Vancouver Building|
Being 11:30 a.m., I walked up to the counter and ordered right away.
The Order: 1 Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger with Fries and Coke.
After ordering and paying, I was promised the order would be brought out to me but here was my soft drink cup that I could fill up at the fountain pop machine nearby.
|Triple O's Interior|
I filled my cup up and found a seat nearby. I logged into the free wifi to catch up on my usual rounds. But before I get much further, amazingly my order was being brought out! Who would of thunk it that ordering at a McDonald's like restaurant would let their customers go and sit with their drinks while their order was prepared and then bring it out them?
|Triple O's Bacon Burger Combo with Fries|
The burger was similar to Harvey's hamburger except a little more juicier. Of course, the "Triple O's Sauce" added a little more to a usual burger topped with cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato. A decent burger experience.
|Triple O's Fries|
|Triple O's Original Hamburger|
Overall, Triple O's has been a favourable experience. I've since been back a couple of times to this location to find friendly service a decent prices. Tuesdays are the best days to go if you're looking for simple hamburger as they offer a Original Burger, fries and drink for $7 to $8 including taxes. When in Vancouver, I'll return!