boston burger company, boston

Forgive me, my arteries, for I have sinned but let's be real here. Here who can say no to Boston Burger Company?

This is the place to be if you're looking for a non-traditional burger in Boston. (For quite reasonable prices too!)

The menu is loaded with an overwhelming amount of options. There are countless potato dishes like sweet potato fries, butter garlic Parmesan fries and pizza fries to distract you with as well as a variety of deep-fried chicken wings with flavours you cannot just simply ignore. But the real focus here is their 100% certified Black Angus beef burgers dressed with tantalizing toppings, fruits, sauces and anything else you imagine that tastes good on a burger with a side of kettle cooked potato chips and a choice of coleslaw or baked beans.

Take 'The King' for example - peanut butter, bacon and fried bananas, dusted in cinnamon and sugar , the 'Vermonster' - maple mayo, sharp cheddar cheese, caramelised granny smith apples, red onions, maple syrup and bacon or the '420 Burger' - American cheese, bacon, BBQ sauce, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, french fries and mac and cheese bites. Yes all that in one burger. Insane.

Unfortunately, we didn't get to try any of those three burgers but we did order other equally, if not more sinful sounding burgers.

To start, we got garlic Parmesan boneless chicken wings.

Buttery Garlic Parmesan Boneless Chicken ($9.99):
Butter, garlic and shredded Parmesan cheese 

Despite being drenched in a garlic butter sauce and topped with cheese, they're still unbelievably crisp. Oh, and the whole boneless thing just makes it super easy to eat.

By the way, if you're also ordering one of their burgers, I would suggest sharing this. Just this one bowl would be enough to fill me up.

Now, on to the burgers. First up, the 'Killer Bee'

Killer Bee ($9.99):
Black Angus,topped with American cheese, bacon, a stack of beer battered onion rings and honey BBQ sauce. 
A burger topped with deep fried onion rings? It definitely works. Surprisingly, the Killer Bee was not simply just overwhelming mouthfuls of intense flavours.The classic combination of American cheese and crisp bacon was just great. (When is it not?) The onion rings gave a nice crunch to the burger and was perfect combined with the sweet BBQ sauce.

For something more tamed, (just try to ignore the names...), we ordered the 'Inferno' and 'The Kitchen Sink'

Inferno Burger ($9.49):
Homemade habanero salsa, cheddar cheese and spicy chili pepper mayo 
This did not disappoint either. With more simpler, and more refreshing, mildly hot flavours, the main components of the burger really shone. The beef was tender, juicy and cooked to a perfect medium while the buns were toasted until golden brown and lightly buttered. It had the most perfect crisp edges with super soft and fluffy innards.

The Kitchen Sink ($10.99):
Fried Egg, ham, bacon, grilled onions, peppers and mushrooms smothered in American, cheddar and provolone cheese drizzeled with tangy BBC sauce. 
The Kitchen Sink is the ultimate package. Fried egg, bacon, ham, peppers, mushrooms, cheese and BBQ sauce. It's not for the faint hearted. It's also pretty impossible to eat with the oozing sauce, runny yolk and the ham slipping about. But aside from that, it's pretty sweet- you know these ingredients and flavours definitely work together.

Mac Attack ($10.49):
Homemade 4 cheese macaroni & cheese and bacon.
I know what you're thinking. This is going to be super messy and I'm going to regret ordering it.

But nope. I don't regret it at all.

'The Mac Attack' is an eight ounce Angus burger under a homemade four cheese macaroni and cheese and topped with crispy sizzling bacon, The mac and cheese are grilled to the point where the bottom is crisp and holds everything together. I did find it a bit bland but a few squeezes of ketchup did the trick.

The Artery Clogger ($9.99):
Deep fried, beer battered burger topped with bacon, American cheese and BBQ sauce. 

I thought 'The Mac Attack' was pretty damaging but feast your eyes on this - the real artery clogger.

Other than feeling like a huge grease ball and having to curl up in bed for a couple of days to ungreas-ify yourself, this burger was pretty on point. I mean deep fried anything sounds great already so you can't really go wrong with deep fried meat. Add bacon, cheese and BBQ sauce to that and voila!

This place is filled with calorie packed and really interesting appetisers, burgers and fries. The flavour combinations work for me and I think it would appeal to more than just some daring foodies. So, if you're sick of normal burgers, not afraid to try new things and up for a challenge, maybe you could add sampling all Boston Burger Company's burger combinations to your bucket list.

Good luck!
Boston Burger Company
1100 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115
t: (857) 233-4560

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  1. I'd love to bee killed by the Killer Bee. Heh.

  2. Wow yummy burger.
    I just love it and i use to go at burger restaurant twice a week.

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