We decided to try Nom Nom Burger for the first time, which isn't fair to this burger since I didn't give it the attention it deserved. Since I was splitting the meal with Mason I chose conservatively and went with:
Fresh hand patty Sterling Silver® ground beef. Cheddar cheese. Bacon. Lettuce. Tomato. Onion. Mayo.
For an extra $1.00 upcharge, I was able to pick sweet potato fries as my side which happens to be Mason's favorite food item EVER.
I sadly only put a small dent into this burger, not because of its taste or quality, but because I was just so dang full.
The meat was juicy and flavorful, but the bacon should've/could've been slightly crispier. For $9 ($10 with sweet potato fries) the burger's price is average with other restaurants serving "specialty" burgers.
I would love to stop by and try one of their Asian inspired burgers when I'm feeling a little hungrier and can give my stomach's full (empty?) attention to the meal.