Kraze Burgers

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I don’t know what took me so long to try Kraze Burgers. There are quite a few of them all over the city. One of the first things I heard when I got here was, “If you’re looking for a good burger, try Kraze Burgers”, from one of the trainers at my training session last May. We kept talking about going but never did.

Well, we’re going now, again and again. It’s definitely not fast food, but more diner style, nicely prepared food made out of solid ingredients that are fresh tasting. It feels like each sandwich is made with love, and it’s served neatly presented on white dishes. The sauces are all amazing and range from a Korean version of ranch dressing, ketchup, chili balsamic, regular bbq, and a few super sweet drippy honey mustardy type sauces. And we haven’t been able to figure out the best sauce yet, it’s mustard grainy, kind of sweet, and almost smoky tasting, and is served with the club sandwich.

I hear the club is what a lot of people go there for. It has real chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato and a fried egg. And it’s served with that amazing mustardy sauce. My favorite sandwich so far is called the KO Sandwich. It’s delicious Cajun chicken served on a what they call a white baguette, which is a soft sandwich roll basically, with processed swiss, mixed leafy veggies, tomato, amazing chili balsamic sauce and the Korean version of ranch. It’s pretty amazing. I think you can order it as a salad as well. The only burger I have tried is The Matiz, which is a decent bbq bacon cheeseburger. We usually get what they call Idaho fries, which are small potato wedges, but we saw someone last time eating crinkle cut “Clods” fries, which will be a must next trip.

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~ by ripcitytoseoul on October 1, 2009.

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