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Brothers Burgers at Bonifacio High Street

I love me some good burgers.  And it's a good thing that we're now bombarded with more than the usual choices we get from those commercial fast food joints.  And one of our favorite places to have some really good, delicious hamburgers is at Brothers Burgers.

Brothers Burgers



The concept's simple -- offer a well-made burger that's better than what's available to the masses now.  And I dare say, they do deliver.

A Brothers Burger with Fries on the side

Sure you pay a little more, but they sure are worth the price.

Take their Brothers Burger (Php140) -- a juicy, succulent, flame-grilled burger patty sandwiched in between fresh wheat buns with tomatoes, lettuce and onions.  Pay an additional Php32 and they'll include a slice of cheese in the mix.  My mouth's watering just thinking about it.

Most would prefer their burgers paired with a serving of French Fries (Php75); but in my opinion, Onions Rings (Php75) are way better.

With Onion Rings
 
Simply the best darn burgers (and onion rings), ever!

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Brothers Burgers


Bonifacio High Street
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig, Philippines




Please visit the Brothers Burgers website (click here for the site) for more information on menu items and branch locations.

Comments

  1. Still one of the best burgers in the metro! :)

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  2. We never get tired of Brothers Burgers and their distinctive onion rings.

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