Oh, I know I'm not supposed to be addicted to burgers from fast foods, no matter how big, juicy, and tasty they are, but I just can't help it. Army Navy's burgers really hit the spot and has become my instant favorite in the burger joints across the metro. Of course, there's Crave Burger and others, but that's a different story. :)
Whenever we pass by Army Navy in Taft Avenue, I always tell myself that burgers are greasy and unhealthy, no matter how mouthwatering they are. But Alex wanted to eat some huge burgers, and the nearest food shop we could find was this one. The place was small, but not crowded, with a few posters on the walls pertaining to their food and theme. It has that ambiance that no one will mind you eating sloppily.
So Alex got his request: The Bully Boy Burger with three patties (topmost photo), along with a side of Freedom Fries. You can see in the photo above that they did not skimp on the meat. The burger was huge, and I wondered how he managed to fit it in his mouth. What disappointed me was their Freedom Fries. No matter how delicious they are, the serving was so small that it wasn't even enough for one person! But they are quite good, reminds me of KFC's fries, but thinner. It was placed on what seemed like a four-inch cardboard box.
I got a Double Burger, since I was starving, but I was overwhelmed because it was as big as the Bully Boy Burger, only it has two patties instead of three. It was really good. Not too salty, and good. :) I ordered onion rings with it but I was even more disappointed with the serving size of the onion rings. They were crisp, not greasy at all, but a bit too thin for me. I like my onion rings thick on the inside.
Not to mention that they are bland. I know that there are condiments available at the counter, but I like my onion rings bare, and not even tasting the natural taste of onions, or any hint of good taste, is torture. Here's the same cardboard box size as the Freedom Fries, and the serving is too scanty.
But I am willing to forgive this time. We will definitely go back again. :)