Argus occasionally enjoys a hamburger as a little excursion into sheer gluttony from a more conventional diet. Usually the hamburgers are from the excellent Andrew's, the old-fashioned hamburger bar in Albert Park that's been supplying them to other gluttons since 1939. Yester even, though, it was suggested that, for variety and comparison, perhaps a hamburger from a different supplier ought to be tried. Argus rang his local branch of Urban Burger to do the ordering. "I'd like two hamburgers, one with ..." There was a sharp intake of breath at the other end of the line. "We don't have hamburgers." "No? What do you have?" "We have beefburgers."
Ah, they'd be the sort that originally came from Beefburg then.
It was pretty good, though for Argus's money Andrew still has the edge.
17 April 2012