Finally made our way to S&W Grill for some hamburgers. The meat is about an inch thick and slightly bigger in diameter than the perfectly-grilled buns that it came with. The meat tasted fresh, were sufficiently seasoned and nicely-crusted and cooked exactly the way my wife and I ordered them to be. Together with the token 3 wedges of seasoned potato fries, a couple of freshly-sliced tomatoes, a slice each of a white and a red onion, a half-slice of a large dill, an order of the $13 burger is definitely a substantial and satisfying meal.
During days of unappealing leftovers in the refrigerator, my quest for decent burgers in the Turtlebay area still continues (at least for cheaper ones), but S&W burger has definitely provided a positive option.