There isn't really any way to mince words when it comes to the basics of this burger. They are spot on. The patty is made from quality beef and seasoned very well, evident from the great texture and flavor, and cooked to perfection. The bun was a little deceiving at first, almost coming across as dense, but was possibly the freshest burger bun I have had. Made in-house at the Roadhouse Bake Shoppe, It's built to last, keeping great form throughout the meal, but also providing that soft doughy texture combined with the fresh almost sweet, buttery taste to lead off every bite.
Everything provided at McJac's Roadhouse Grille is fresh, abundant and delicious. From the lettuce, onions, pickle and tomato on the burg, to the two thick-cut slices of tasty bacon and the perfectly melted and quite flavorful mozza (Which I generally find to be a more bland cheese) to the unreal Cesar salad that they serve with the burger. Again, I reiterate, everything about the burg was spot on. Also, a side note, a good salad with a burger is a great call. It was the catalyst in helping me stand up from the table feeling like I had indulged just enough.
McJac's Roadhouse Grille says they serve "Deliciously wholesome and fresh. Comfort food served in generous portions with a whole lotta love." There is nothing about my meal that says otherwise. Some great old-school diner decor and great service.
Reading the menu, my burger choice was a no-brainer. Famous King George burger? Don't mind if I do. It had been at least 2 weeks since I last burged, so my expectations were already a little higher than usual, but I couldn't say no to a "Famous" burger. As soon as I saw it, I knew that I was in for a treat. The presentation of the burger, served open with its fresh and ample toppings on display, showed the care that the chef had put into building it. The first bite produced a noise similar to biting into a tomato, and burger juices nearly shot clear across the room. This was special. While the topping selection wasn't anything crazy, with each bite I could pick out the flavor from each topping melding together in sweet burger harmony. Nothing overpowered and nothing hid in the background, each of the toppings played their role and played it to perfection. The only problem I had was, halfway through the burger, when I realized I still had an entire Cesar salad. I wanted my last bite to be of burger, but my brain wouldn't let my grip loosen. After much internal struggle I placed the burger down, inhaled the salad, and saved my last bite of food for the burger. In hind-sight this was the greatest choice I could have made, as that may have been one of my all-time greatest bites. The bold smokey flavor of the beef and bacon, coupled with the subtle sweetness of the bun (As I am writing about the sweet intricacies of the near-perfect bun I am - no lie - salivating.) made for pure magic. Needless to say, this is a burger that I implore you to try.