Monday, July 16, 2007

Apache Burgers in Etobicoke

Darcy and I have heard great things about this place, but we'd never gone until today. You'd think after the ribfest that we'd want something light, but this is me we're talking about.

My sister got the banquet burger (with bacon and cheese) and Darcy and I both got cheeseburgers. It was set up like Harvey's so you could get your burger dressed as you liked. Possible condiments were mustard, relish, BBQ sauce, ketchup, and mayo, and the toppings were pretty standard: lettuce, tomato, onions, dill pickles, and hot peppers. On the side, we shared a couple of orders of fries/onion ring combos.

The burgers were pretty good. They had nice, fresh toasted buns. The patty was pretty thin though. It reminded me of a fast food burger, but better. The fries were nothing great, but the onion rings had batter similar to fish and chips (yum). Overall, it was good and really hit the spot at the time. Very late night munchies kind of food. And it's been operating since 1969, so you have to feel good about a place like that.

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