Taipei Thing #15: Have a KGB Burger

31 May

KGB: Kiwi Gourmet Burgers

Michael Turton suggested that I have a KGB burger, which I had no problem with, since they’ve got two things I love (see below). And I was already scheduled to have dinner and language exchange in Shida with my friends Curis and Shelley, so it wasn’t a tough sell getting them to agree.

Thing I love about KGB #1:

Hunter's Gold

I seriously miss Woodchuck Dark & Dry (now called “802”), which I drank religiously at Gandalf’s, a mainstay of the artsy/musical/treehugger crowd in my hometown until it burned down the year I graduated from college. For that reason, cider is a bit nostalgic for me, and I never miss ordering it when it’s available.

Thing I love about KGB #2:

CC Heaven

I’m not sure I’ve ever ordered anything else at KGB. CC = cranberry & camembert cheese. On a burger! Try it. Trust me, you’ll love it. The one pictured is a “slim,” since I was stuffed from all the other food (and those fries all ended up on Curis’s plate, too), but I still finished every bite because that’s how much I love this burger.

A few more shots ought to do it for this post:

Enormous side salads

Stuffed

Decor

Mmmm. Just writing this post makes me want to go get another CC Heaven right now…

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3 Responses to “Taipei Thing #15: Have a KGB Burger”

  1. Brian June 1, 2010 at 10:32 pm #

    Haha! Oh the connections of Taipei… I you already know I know Curis… and I’ve actually been paintballing with Ant, the owner of KGB a few times as well!

    We live in such a small town.

    • ktvxiaojie June 13, 2010 at 10:41 pm #

      I never ceased to be amazed at how small Taipei is – or how small the world is, for that matter. I think it was all just theory before the internet came along, then blogging, Facebook, and Twitter came and proved it once and for all!

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