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Elevation Burger report

Steve | Nov 3, 200501:54 PM     20

Kobe beef burgers in Falls Church City.
My burger was a disaster. Densely pressed together (seems machine formed), meat very well done, taste is fairly bland/ healthy. Bun is supermarket taste and texture. Be wary of the house-made Elevation Sauce. Although the guy at the counter said it was tomato based, no mayo, this is a light pink sauce made with some kind of dairy or substitute. Very sweet pickle slices. I ate it, so I guess it wasn't horrible, but I feel like a chump. Not savory like Lindy's, around the corner from where I work.

Both the chili from across the street (P and P) and the marinated milkfish at Karaoke Idol (philippino, down the block) provided better flavor. Must investigate Karaoke Idol more.

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