I haven’t been actively blogging here as I have been swamped with tasks in my work for these past few weeks. I’ve been meaning to post a lot of reviews and I’ve decided to spruce up my approach a little bit. This is one great way of me sharing my insights in a detailed matter but still keeping it short, saving time for both me (writing the post) and my readers (so information will be quickly read).

For my first post, I’ll be doing a quick review on The Burgery, The Bad Boys of Burger. Only 2 years in operation, The Burgery has established quite a handful of loyalists and it’s no surprise as they are offering unique and scrumptious dishes that’s still budget-friendly.


1. French M.O.B. (1/3lbs. pure beef patty, sour cream and onion dressing, romaine, mushrooms, and cheese) – Php160.00

(+) price VS serving size
(+) generous quantity of ingredients

2. Big Al (1/3lbs. pure beef patty, hickory smoked BBQ sauce, bacon, romaine, onion jam, and cheese) – Php170.00

(+) price VS serving size
(+) generous quantity of ingredients
(-) onion jam and BBQ sauce can get a bit overwhelming once you’re half-way through

3. The Greek (spaghetti, sofrito, basil, black olive tapenade, feta cheese, and balsamic glaze) – Php210.00

(+) price VS serving size
(+) generous quantity of ingredients

NOTE: ideally, it’s a dish good for 1 but since we’re also eating burgers, we were satisfied with the amount of serving that we had (split into 2 equal parts)

4. Brownie Mug – Php100.00

(+) baked upon order
(-) we suggest adding a bit more serving of the vanilla ice cream

NOTE: good for 1 only

Location/Space – ★ ★ ★ 
Ambiance – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Price – ★ ★ ★ ★
Service – ★ ★ ★ ★★
Taste/Presentation – ★ ★ ★ ★★
OVERALL – ★ ★ ★ ★

The Burgery
Aguirre Ave, Parañaque
(02) 238 2284

DISCLAIMER: I am not, in any way, affiliated with The Burgery. This review is written by me and are from my own words and is 100% unbiased. For questions on how I do my reviews, please refer to my DISCLOSURE POLICY.

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