Meta Knight rocked the official 10oz Legendary Burger ($15.75) which comes with a 10 oz patty, pickles, tomato, lettuce, cheddar cheese, bacon, and a giant onion ring.
The size of this burger is enough to take any man down and I urge every burger loving man (or woman) to try it. The patty was not the least bit dry and the freshness of the tomato, and pickles really helped cut some of the grease.
The Turkey Burger ($15.75) this time around was not as good as the one I had two years ago because this one for some reason didn’t have alfalfa sprouts on it. I remember they gave the burger such a great textural contrast so it was sad to see they took that off the menu.
Nevertheless, this turkey patty was juicy and delicious (could barely fit in the bun, to be honest), the avocado was soothing, and the flavourful jerk mayo gave it a bit of a kick so I was very content with my choice. One thing I did notice at the end of our meal was that the server highlighted an area on the receipt that says “good service means 18-20% tips”. Though I appreciate and reward good service at restaurants, I don’t like a reminder of how much I SHOULD be giving and feel bad if I don’t give ‘enough’. Just an opinion.
Overall, Hard Rock Cafe is a pretty rad place to check out if you are interested in either rock n’ roll or large fat burgers. My advice, always ask for patio!
For a list of my Vegas eats, check it out here:
Service Rating: 3/5
Food Rating: 3.5/5
Overall Rating: 3.5/5