Burgers, the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast, lunch or dinner, don’t come much more reliable or sturdy than JR’s flavourful offerings 13 Reviews
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Burgers, the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast, lunch or dinner, don’t come much more reliable or sturdy than JR’s flavourful offerings. After a January spent spurning red meat (‘Super Size Me’ has a lot to answer for), I sank my teeth into the number 12 burger – a densely-packed puck of beef with slabs of lettuce, onion and pickle, plus tillamook cheese and patented ‘red, red sauce’, which may very well be standard tomato ketchup. It was heavenly.
My partner’s smokehouse burger boasted the same juicy meat, and came with special sauce and beef bacon, both richly flavoured. Rockets doesn’t cater well for herbivores – egg salad, cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the only options; but beef fans, sink your teeth into these patties of delight and you’ll never look at another Big Mac.
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