The food at Five Guys has been praised far and wide stalking numerous awards and prizes all the same. This Chinatown outlet is one of seven in DC ... More
The food at Five Guys has been praised far and wide stalking numerous awards and prizes all the same. This Chinatown outlet is one of seven in DC alone, such is the roaring success of their scarce offerings. Burgers, fries and hot-dogs dominate their menu with free refills of Coke coming at a premium. For a humble price, the quantities are very generous with large meals satisfying upto 3 persons. Bacon burgers and Cajun fries are considered definite bargains. The Chinatown outlet is priced a tad more for its increased demand.
I refused my order at 5 guys when the guy who put the hamburgers on the grill, (handling raw meat) when ahead and also got the bun and other ingredients for my burgers, this is good example on how to get food poisoning.
If you are expecting an In n' Out twin burger from this place, don't. The burger was so soggy and disgusting. It tastes like a burger that you could get from a cheap fast food place. I spent 9 freaking bucks on THE worst meal I could possibly get from anywhere.
OOOH! MY GOD.. Lord forgive me for calling on your name, but these burgers are the what ever amazing word you can think of in my book. They melt in your mouth ther hot with fresh fixings and a cold pop and fries uhmmm uhmmmm I'll count pennies to buy one yes yes .....
After hearing all the hype about the local chain called FIVE GUYS, I decided to give it a shot. There seems to be some fascination with peanuts which were all over the place... literally! The hamburgers had quite a limited selection of toppings and actually weren't that good. For another small-ish chain sandwich store, try POTBELLY'S about two blocks away.