Thursday, October 13, 2016

Hunger Burger Philly Review

Over the past few years, we've seen much of what I like to call philanthropic capitalism. Whether it's TOMS, Everything Happy, or Soap Box, the One for One model certainly has an altruistic element - so I'm all for it! Apparently this extends to the food scene as well with Hunger Burger, located in Reading Terminal Market. 

The husband-and-wife team of George and Kim Mickel already own By George and Mezze eatery in RTM. With Hunger Burger, they're griddling up stellar burgers, with the mission of feeding a child in need, with every burger sold! 

Mac n Cheese Specialty Burger [$6.95]
Angus beef burger, Mac n Cheese, Bacon

Hunger Burger usually has a specialty burger on offer and I couldn't resist the Mac attack. The soft potato bun is the perfect vehicle to house the innards - creamy, cheesy mac interspersed between crisp strips of bacon and perfectly crusted and seasoned burger patties. Grease bomb to the Nth degree, but well worth the trip to burger bliss! 

Lobster Mac n Cheese [$10.95]

Who can resist lobster mac? There was nice depth of flavor here, with decent chunks of tender lobster strewn throughout the cavatappi noods. A well-rounded complement to this carb fest of a lunch.

So if you're in RTM, please give Hunger Burger a try. Sure, you can always up your lunch game with Dinic's Roast Pork or Beiler's Donuts, but save some room for a great burger as well! 

Hunger Burger Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

1 comment:

  1. I cchose this place because of the concept. I love that part of my bill went to help those in need. I am by no means a vegetarian but I love a good portobello burger every now & then. I have to say the portobello was great but was over whelmed by too much stuffing of a bland veggie patty. And though I know it was for charity, I think the charging extra for lettuce & tomato is ridiculous. Overall I would go again, just stear clear of the portobello or order without the stuffing....