To catch up with a friend, we decided to go to Central Park and settled on Ribs and Burgers, which is located in the dining precinct.
I decided on the Original Burger ($10.50), which was made up of a beef patty, shredded Iceberg lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, dill pickles and pink and BBQ sauce. It was a well flavoured burger, but it was hard to hold everything in the small bun, and a little too salty for my preference. My friend had the Cheeseburger ($10.50 + $2 for the chips), because she wanted an option without too many greens. She enjoyed it as well, and had a side of chips along with the burger, which had the right amount of salt and seasoning to them.
After our initial confusion, we realised that orders are placed at the counter, and then dishes are delivered to your table. Service was fast, and while the restaurant was fairly crowded, we were easily able to find a table. Seating is available both inside and outside, but we settled for one of the interior booth seats. The staff were on top of cleaning tables and removing empty dishes, which was good to see.
While I had a lovely lunch at Ribs and Burgers, next time I’d order one of their spicier burger options to better satisfy my burger fix!