Irma’s Burger Shack, Oklahoma City (northside)

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We ate lunch here today. Kind of expensive, but a great meal!

We started off with some very good iced tea, and ordered the bacon cheese fries. Those fries were excellent. I told our server they should be classified as a drug. The potatoes were wonderful, but the cheese and bacon on top was just killer. The combination of flavors was perfect. The fries came with some excellent ranch dressing; our server said they made their own. It was great stuff.

Raegan got an Irma salad, which is a cobb salad with chicken. It had more of that ranch dressing on it, and was great. Erin got some chicken strips. She didn’t finish the sides, but said the chicken was great (so did Ian, he had some of hers). Ian and I got double-meat No Name cheeseburgers. The burgers were two 5 oz patties. The meat was cooked just like it was supposed to be, and had a nice crust on it, but there wasn’t a lot of flavor. Both of us ate all of our burgers regardless. The fries that came with the burgers didn’t have any bacon or cheese, regrettably.

We finished the meal with a piece of chocolate flat cake and a slice of pecan pie; neither survived very long.

Our meal was $67.41. Kind of expensive, but the burgers came in at $10 each, and the desserts added $6. Service was pretty good. I don’t know that the burgers were worth $10 for little flavor. I like their CFS, but I’m just not sold on the burgers.

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