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John Morris is the founder and owner of morriscode, a leading Prince Edward Island web design & development firm that works with organizations to take advantage of multiple forms of technology and enhance their efficiency through online initiatives.
Occasionally John likes to share thoughts and opinions on his blog. When not working on web design, web development, social media strategies or building new websites, this entrepreneur can be found adventuring through PEI's backwoods capturing the beauty of our province.
On the second day of PEI Burger Love, I visited Urban Eatery. I actually wasn’t thinking Burger Love today until I happened to be in the mall and noticed it’s 11:50 AM!
Urban Eatery is located in the Confederation Court Mall in the ol “food court”. It used to be a bunch of different shops years or ions ago but was re-modeled all as one.
The burger is defined as,
8oz lightly seasoned Island Beef Burger with Smoked Kale Chips, Smoked Paprika, house-made Hickory Sticks, Sliced Grilled Portobello Mushrooms, Roasted Red Pepper Aioli, Cow's 2 year old Applewood Smoked Cheddar and Mustard Basil Mango Chutney on a toasted Onion Kaiser
Obviously anyone who has been to Urban Eatery knows you can’t really rate the service as easily as you can at other locations, it’s not your typical sit down and be served style restaurant. You simply get your foot in a cafeteria style restaurant and then go sit down.
So, I ordered up their Burger. They also offer fries for an extra $1.50 which I declined. The service was what to be expected, friendly ol’ customer service. The interactions with the staff were as to be expected, pleasant and friendly.
The cost of the burger was a minimal $10 which was a surprise as I was expecting them to be a bit more.
I sat down and enjoyed the burger. The best part about it was without a doubt the beef. Meaty and juicy! The meal was obviously what was to be expected, being served on a styrofoam plate comes with the price tag. And at $10, it wasn’t anything too special. Just a regular run of the mill burger.
All in all, I was a bit surprised as I am a huge fan of their Mistress Burger, which is highly suggested.
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