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Romer's Burger Bar

1873 W. 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J1M4
Tel: (604) 732-9545 Order Online
Neighbourhood: Kitsilano

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I like
By thecritic of Vancouver (376 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, September 2, 2011 - 12:19pm [Dine in]

I've been here a couple times this year and both times I enjoyed it.

The first time I ordered the ultimate Kobe burger and it was delicious. Unfortunately, I wasn't prepared for its ultimate-ness and I couldn't finish it and my basket of fries, pathetic I know. It was a little on the pricey side but its Kobe beef so what would you expect? It is truly a decadent burger and is even served with a red win demi-glaze on the side, very rich.

The second time I was here I ordered the Americano. Its served with a slab of deep fried cheddar cheese "plank" and is also very good.

Both burgers were juicy and overall, very tasty.

I would consider them more "upscale" burgers than other burger joints around town. If you are looking for some unique twists and creative flavours in your burger, then this is the place for you. The ingredients are high quality and you get what you pay for. Considering that and the physical location of Romer's, I think the value is quite reasonable.

Definitely recommended.

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Very Mediocre
By hungryfordinner of Vancouver (125 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, October 10, 2010 - 5:02pm [Dine in]

Food: The burgers were extremely dry, and quite bland. The yam fries were too salty.

Service: Way too many unattentive servers around!

Value: Not terrible considering it's Kitsilano, but not great either.

Ambiance: Decent. I don't like how there were fruitflies buzzing around though...

Overall, I would only come back if I'm in need of a quick bite in Kits.

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Did someone say best burgers in town?
By EatsFats of Vancouver (321 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, August 15, 2010 - 11:18pm [Dine in]

A burger bar? Sure, why not? This place does, well, burgers. It's a clean, "hip" place, certainly looking a lot more high-end than any other burger joint in town.

Service was okay, I mean, our waitress was a bit, errr....well, I dunno, just not fully there. But she was pleasant and helpful. Same with the host or manager guy. He sure seemed to be helpful, so it's hard to complain. But none of the staff ever gave me the impression that there were really _passionate_ about burgers. That's a real downer at a place like this.

Because, well, let's get to the burgers. Minimum $10 each. Just a burger. No sides, no nothin'. (Plenty of good sides by the way, we tried a couple of salads, fresh, tasty, creative. Big thumbs up). You're here for the burgers, right? We got a Rodeo Star and the Salmon burger. All burgers come with a brioche bun, but you can opt for the "green" option, which swaps in lettuce. I thought the burgers were reasonably sized, certainly not tiny, but you're not paying for size, that's for sure.
First up, the Rodeo Star. Now that was a damned good burger. Very tasty, very moisty & juicy. There's a certain depth to the flavour profile that I've not had in any burger in memory. At this point, I'm going to get picky. The 2 downsides: Uneven distribution of the fixings (e.g. tomato, onion, etc) so that it was possible to get an entire half of the burger with nothing but patty. The second problem was that fancy brioche bun, it's too delicate. It was completely overpowered by the beef patty. Other than that, it was top notch, fresh ingredients, done perfectly.
Next, the Salmon burger. This was better. Quality salmon used here, and unlike the beef burger, the more delicate flavour of the salmon paired perfectly with the brioche bun. The only complaint here is the salmon was rolled up in a thick roll, so we kind of had to unfurl it to spread even across the bun. Other than that, this was a big hit. Combination of flavours was excellent, the salmon was there, the bun was there and everything else was in full taste support mode.

So are these the best burgers in town? As of my current experience, this is a definite "YES". The flavour complexity, texture and ingredient quality is well above any other place I've tried yet. Despite a rather hearty lunch, we did not go away feeling really bloated or extremely thirsty unlike many other places, which we're attributing to fresh ingredients without sauce or cheese overload.

There is one big problem. It's pricey. I'm not feeling like burgers should be a fancy, pricey item. It's a good 50% more than Vera's offerings. Yeah, it's a better burger ... but I'm not sure I'm more satisfied with the burger experience here. Burgers should be inexpensive, sloppy, casual affair. Maybe. I'm still mulling over that one. On the flip side, if I wanted burger & sides, it'll be about $14-16, which is comparable to the big chains like Earl's, Cactus, etc., but these are waaaaay better.

I recommend it and I'm going to encourage you to try once, just to see what a burger could be. I'm just a little hesitant about a hearty two thumbs up due to pricing.

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Nothing special but very expensive. All glamour no substance............
By Foodcriticbc of vancouver (42 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, October 3, 2010 - 8:43am [Dine in]

I was there last night with three of my friends. The hostess at the front was very friendly and cute even though we had to wait for a table. I look at the website and saw all the burgers before we went there so we all had an idea what we wanted. What I wasnt impressed with was that the burgers look very little like photos of the burger online. I ordered the Magic Mushroom although the bun was huge and tasty, the burger seems average at best and the topping are so little that you could barely see the cheese. One of my friends ordered the Mans man burger, looked very little like the picture, very skimpy on the topping. My other friend ordered the Port & Stilton Burger and he hated it. He barely got any topping and couldnt ever taste the onion or the cheese. We all ordered fries one of us ordered Gorgonzola garlic sauce fries. The fries werent bad but my fries Gorgonzola garlic sauce was nothing special. For $7 you could barely taste anything different than normal fries.
In the whole I find them extremely descriptive on their burgers but even more skimpy on there topping. You barely can see and taste the topping that it almost taste like you are eating a plain burger. Another thing almost everything has garlic so if you dont like garlic you will be limited in what you order. So at the end I paid $17 for a burger and fries and at this price I was not impressed but the burger was ok. I will not be going back because I find Modern Burger better tasting and a much better value.

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Roam elsewhere
By godfrey of downtown (22 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, July 17, 2011 - 11:29pm [Dine in]

I went here once for a chicken burger and it took so long I vowed never to come back. Well, the nice watermelon martini, garlic fries (so-so fries with actual freshly chopped garlic on them) and the temptation for a gourmet burger lured me back. I was disappointed.

I ordered one of the beef burgers and my wife ordered a veggie burger with a shared side of garlic fries. Nowhere to be seen on the new menu were the martinis I had once perused. We ordered a couple of drinks which took awhile to arrive. Then we waited almost 20 minutes for our food, and our drinks stood empty on the table. The water we requested never came. Now, I don't mind waiting for food - especially when the server comes along and says "sorry for the delay" or some such and replenishes the drinks or gets me more water. Or, better yet, brings my fries early for something to munch on. They can do this, all extra menu items are a la carte (that idiotic option so many non-haute cuisine restaurants choose nowadays).

Our food was delivered by an indifferent server who ignored my remark about the long wait and also did not heed our request for water. Our fries arrived a few minutes after the burgers (not cool). The buns were dry and shiny, the unfortunate recipients of the scorched, shiny egg-white shellacking so ludicrously popular in Kits nowadays, since it dries out the bun and just makes it look weird. My beef pattie was dry and mealy. The cheese was thin. My wife's veggie burger was dull to the taste and so perfectly formed I suspect it was purchased in the frozen goods section of a local grocery store. With our burgers also came an unhealthy looking pickled pepper and a single, bloated lime green olive on the side. How about a nice slice of Polish pickle or a couple of fresh beefsteak tomato wedges like a sane person would enjoy?

The garlic fries were good but the french fries are weird - they seem like they are battered, or over-cooked. Either that or they use potatoes not suited for the deep-fryer. The lone kudos (yes, that is a singular noun) goes to the abundance of fresh chopped garlic in the garlic fries.

To add insult to food-injury, the table seated next to us received their fries early and were told that there may be a wait for their burgers, by the same waitress who took our order! We were polite, chatty...made no substitutions or untoward comments...cannot fathom the disparity in service. I suspect there was a disparity in the tip.

I really, really wish In 'N' Out would open a chain in our city. I can't believe anyone has the audacity to charge more than $4 for a burger of that quality along with terrible service. For what it's worth, I dared to order a prime rib burger at Boston Pizza the last time I was visiting family in the suburbs. It was frankly delicious, and cheaper to boot. That's shameful.

White Spot is the far better option, the one on Cornwall has yam fries too, every type of burger imaginable, the service is prompt, polite and efficient, and the burgers are juicy and tasty.

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Where's the burger patty?!
By Chasiubao of Vancouver (24 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 2, 2011 - 8:49pm [Dine in]

Food: We ordered a Magic Mushroom burger and a Port & Stilton burger. The brioche bun is a nice touch - fresh and slightly sweet. The toppings were ok - I liked the arugula in the Magic Mushroom. The burger patty was disappointing both in flavour and size. The patty relative to bun ratio was really small and appeared to be only half of a normal sized patty. The patty also lacked flavour and relied on the toppings for taste. The toppings were generous and was basically the filler in the burger. Overall, good attempt on the burgers but missed the mark. The pomme frites were good - hot, salty and crispy.

Service: Good service all around. It was a quiet night...maybe 5 tables including bar. We sat at the bar and the server / bartender was friendly and attentive. When we told her about the small patty size her initial response was that all the burgers are hand made and look different but are measured by weighed for consistent amount of meat. When we insisted that the patty was really really tiny, she took a look and was very nice about agreeing to take the burger back to the kitchen for a fresh one.

Value: Good value in terms of service and good effort on the burgers but they lost points for the miniature size of patties and lack of flavour.

Ambiance: Appeared clean. Nice place...looks the same as when it was Pinky's.

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Good burger
By Iliveinkitsilano of kits pointe, vancouver (7 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, July 20, 2011 - 7:37pm [Dine in]

I thought the burger was real tasty but pricey. I've only been here once because I don't think there is any value at Romer's but I did find everything really tasty. If you've got the cash, then I recommend this place and it is fairly casual and you don't have to dress up at all..

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Burger's here are awesome
By Food Lover1 of Kitsilano Vancouver BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, April 28, 2011 - 4:47pm [Dine in]

I have been here twice. Both times I've ordered two different kinds of burgers. The burgers are awesome. very tastely and fresh, and natural. Their fries are awesome. You can order truffle flavoured or there are also a few other options. The burgers are very juicy and come with an olive or two. They don't have StrongBow (which is my favourite drink), so I ordered wine and they had my favourite german white wine (which is quite rare to find). Extra points for that. I love the booths. We were only two and at first that didn't want to give us a booth, then she changed her mind. So I was so happy about that. Eventually three other friends joined us. The service was solid, although there were two times I had to flag down the server to order another drink. This place is great to watch a sporting event. All the TVs are in great view no matter where you sit and the volume is just right (not too loud that you can't hear each other talk). It only got too loud when the period was over (hockey), but then they did turn it down after a while. I love this place and kits needed a place like this. I would come back for sure and not time order a different kind of burgers. There are so many to choose from. My friend only eats two legged animals and was thrilled taht they offered a turkey burger. She said it was fresh and an actuall burger and not some froozen round patty that she usually finds in restaurants. She also said it's hard to find a burger joint in Vancouver that serves turkery burgers and so she was thrilled. They also serve their burgers on bioche bread, which is a great bonus. I'll be back for sure. This may be my twice a month hang out.

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Second Try
By Triedit of Metro Vancouver (37 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, February 13, 2011 - 9:56pm [Dine in]

My first time here was very disappointing, the burger was really overcooked and very dry, the cheese was almost invisible and so minuscule I could not taste it. But, several other people have posted reviews in various places saying they loved it-so I gave it another chance in case my first experience was one of those off day things. The service the first and this more recent time was very good, so happy from that perspective. The burger was much improved, I had the burger with Stilton. This time it was cooked the right way, still juicy and lots of cheese.

Now, the fries were also better, but here is my only negative-they are $4.00-yes, you get a massive portion, but if you are eating alone you can only eat about 20% of them which makes them expensive at the extra $4 on top of the burger price. They also charge for any dips for the fries and you only get a teeny, tiny little dot of dip, enough for about three fries-so the extra charge is not reasonable. This time I only had vinegar at no extra charge. I also had 2 glasses of wine. The bill, before tip was $34.00 for one burger/fries and 2 glasses of wine, which made it $40 for one casual meal. So while the service is good and the food was better, I won't be back as I can get better burger/fries plus 2 glasses of wine for about $8.00 less in quite a few other places in the city. So, if you don't mind paying the extra dollars it is okay but for me, I will continue to go to less expensive but still very good burger/fries restaurants in future.

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Impressive burgers and place to hangout
By luyendao of East Van, Vancouver (28 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, June 30, 2012 - 1:20pm [Dine in]

Burgers were really top notch, if I were to compare to a Cactus Club or Red Robin's it's definitely different. They use a really nice bun (Brioche), the burger meat is Angus and a tad rare on the inside.

You have to order sides separately, and a burger will run you 10-11$, a basket of sea salt fries is 4$ and is very large so can feed 2 people. The draft beer was cold and very fresh tasting (had the Red Truck lager).

2 burgers, half a pitcher, 2 baskets of fries cost us 45$ not including tip, so it's definitely cheap eats.

The waitresses were super friendly (had our 3 year old with us so that didn't hurt) and checked on us every 5 mins or so. The place is clean, with plenty of banquets for groups a couple or groups of people. Definitely a guy's hangout place with all the LCD TVs on the walls but a good place to go out too.

Definitely go back again every now and then.

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love those drunken doughnuts
By Foodfor2 of Vancouver (22 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, July 20, 2011 - 12:24pm [Dine in]

I went here with a few coworkers for lunch recently after passing by quite a few times and seeing nice plates of food being enjoyed. We were the first group to arrive for lunch, were seated promptly and had a nice server. I started out with a Mint Mango Iced Tea which had good flavour but had too many small mint leaves, that I ended up sucking up my straw. Two of us had salmon burgers which was incredibly delicious! I had read about the meat bun ratio in other comments and found that our burgers and my co-workers magic mushroom burger had plenty of meat. We all really enjoyed sharing the yam fries that came with two dips (one a zesty chipotle aoili an the other a lemony one that was a little too runny but tasted good). The regular fries were a little tough, but OK. One other at our table had a salad that was very large and one had the popcorn shrimp which was nicely presented. I also enjoyed the watermelon feta side salad. None of us ate the pepper that was the sole item on the plate with the burgers. We ended the meal sharing the drunken doughnuts...A pile of mini doughnuts with three sauces (maple whiskey, limoncello, and nutella kaluha) They were delicious, not oily at all. I do not drink, but really enjoyed the flavour from all of these sauces. We would definately go back as it's worth paying for quality of ingredients. When we left there were only a few other tables occupied, so not very busy on a weekday afternoon.

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gigantic bun but where's the burger?
By breakyguy of kits vancouver (26 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, August 3, 2010 - 7:50am [Dine in]

went to romers yesterday to try out the burgers, my biggest pet peeve ever is wet soggy doughy white buns so i asked for a double toasted bun and the server told me no problem it comes toasted. i joked and said ok no problem as long as it doesnt come with a wet soggy bun,

when it arrived it was on a wet soggy bun, how gross! we ended up being seated next to the hostess checkin, make sure you dont sit there for future reference. the food was ok, the bun despite it being wet and soggy was so huge the burger is lost inside somewhere. the reggiano truffle fries are ok, its just a sad execution of something simple.

price - not cheap , your burger and all sides are extra, everything was extra.

would we go back? ummm probably not, its not horrible but its not worth it.

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Solid Joint
By trestar of Vancouver (12 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - 10:55am [Dine in]

Friends and I had dinner here a couple weeks ago - arrived about six on a midweek evening, place wasn't busy yet. Decor is pretty fancy for a burger joint but hear it is not much changed from the steakhouse it used to be, however it suits the neighbourhood/demographic/menu. Burgers aren't "cheap" but for the filling/variety you get is very good value. It's true there are no sides with the burgers, you have to buy them separately but a $4 side of fries feeds 4.

Between the four of us we tried the Rodeo Star (i'm a sucker for bbq sauce on my burger), the Man's Man (significant other said it made the "top" of his "best burgers ever" list), and 2 Americanos (one with a veggie patty). Loved the brioche bun. All of us were STUFFED yet managed to make room for the drunken donuts (mmm).

We'll definitely be back. Nice place to have a burger, beer, and watch the game (lots of TVs around). Some "criticisms" - the dill dip that you pay extra for to dip the fries - I've had better (i.e. Red Onion in Kerrisdale); the website is too slow; the private room downstairs looks awkward as is right across from stall bathrooms.

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Disappointed
By Triedit of Metro Vancouver (37 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, September 10, 2010 - 5:23pm [Dine in]

I really hoped that this place would be 4th Avenues answer to Moderne burger but in spite of very good service the food was a let down. I ordered the "standard" plus cheese ( you pay an extra 1.50 for cheese). The burger was quite dry and not very tasty, could barely see the cheese and could not taste it at all. The fries tasted okay but were likely frozen based on the small even cut and the taste. The bun simply does not stand up to the filling so they could try something better for that.You pay an extra .60 for the dipping sauce (I ordered garlic) which arrives in a small tiny cup with about a half teaspoon of sauce. You do get quite a decent size dish of fries for $3.00. So while they have the service factor down right they have a long way to go to get even close to other burger places in town.

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Truly transcended orgasmic
By ferrongp of Vancouver (east) (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, June 16, 2012 - 12:46pm [Dine in]

A Threesome starter of spicy pickles, garlic olives and wormed nuts was a delectable beginning to one of the best meals of my life.

The Ultimate Kobe Classic
(Premium Kobe beef, horseradish jack, wild mushrooms {subbed out for pickles}, onion strings, mayo, organic watercress, garlic mustard, robust red wine demi-glaze on the side)

After a day that included getting into a three car accident, totaling my car, after putting over $500s into it the day before, losing my job of two and a half years because I wasn't able to get to the states in time for my shift and having my wallet stolen the week before...

This burger made up for all of it and more, the meat truly transcended orgasmic and almost brought me to tears with every bite,
The bun was perfectly lite,
The combination of mayo horseradish jack and garlic mustard added wonderfully playful notes,
The onion strings and organic watercress where a delightful crunch,
The red wine demi-glaze was the ribbon on the present, taking this burger from amazingly mouthwatering to something that I will dream about for the rest of my life, and quite possibly ruined all other burgers from here on.

Accompanying this i got the Garlic Fries. The crunch was spot on and whatever oil was used was clean and non-noticeable, leaving the taste of the potatoes and garlic to shine.

In conclusion... this was the best burger I have ever had.

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Where's the Beef ??
By yummeeh of kerrisdale , vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, February 20, 2011 - 5:12pm [Dine in]

My husband and I went to Romer's today to try out their burger, we were seated right beside the hostess and waited for 10 minutes for our server, needless to say, one of the servers came and stated "oh I didn't see you sitting there". So, my husband ordered the "Man's Man burger" and I ordered the "cheeseburger". Again, it was a waiting game to say the least that our burger came after 25 mins. When it arrived, the buns were doughy white buns, seriously, it's a cheap bun. I swear, the meat patty was children's size patty. I believe one of the reviewers stated the bun is bigger than the meat itself. I swear I can't see the patty. My husband stated, it was not definitely a man's burger, but a junior kid size combo. Sad to say, we are not coming back for more. For $12 a burger, take your money and head to Noodle Box or another burger establishment.

BTW, all sides are extra between $5-$7.

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Is this really what we have to offer?
By poofyponcho of maple ridge BC (4 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 2:00pm [Dine in]

I went to romer's to check out the buzz about two weeks ago. We were greeted at the door by a friendly enough hostess who took us to our seats t was around 5 o’clock and the place was empty one guy sitting at the bar drinking and one table in the back corner siting talking (maybe owners who knows) we looked over the menu and had placed our drink orders with our waitress. 2 beer and a lemon cocktail they had on there menu. All was good until our drinks arrive. The beers being local micro breweries were fine the cocktail on the other hand was a complete disaster. When I think lemon I don't think unbearably sweet to the point it is undrinkable. We asked the waitress if why this was if perhaps too much cane sugar was added her only explanation was that the lemonade they use was sweet and that it couldn't possibly be the cane sugar. Our server’s solution was to bring a carafe of soda water to mellow it out a bit, only problem is I have a full glass of undrinkable liquid and a carafe of soda water. Where am I supposed to put it? Let’s just say the drink and the soda water sat on the table untouched till we left.

Now the food hamburgers were ordered all around, one magic mushroom, one pork burger, and one rib burger. We also ordered an order of blue cheese bacon fries, flavours were great but cold fries and not enough sauce, When we asked for more sauce it came out cold and just didn't help the fries one bit. Now back to the hamburgers, the buns being brioche were nice a tasted fresh but that’s about as good as it got. Personally my Rib burger was low on the pulled short rib, missing any sort of sauce and the patty on its own was tough and tasted awful. My friend had the pork burger again bun was nice but the pork was way over salted and lost any sort of flavour other then salt. No glaring complaints on the mushroom burger but my better half says she definitely wouldn't want to eat it again.

So far the meal has been a complete strike out, but one of this places claim to fame was there drunken donuts. We order one order to share and the come out with three dipping sauces all alcohol based. The sauces were excellent, the only problem was that the donuts were so saturated in oil that they made you feel sick after eating a couple. I was really hoping that these would be the burgers I wanted them to be but at the end of the day it is just another overpriced establishment giving out mediocre food...

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Best Burgers in Vancouver!
By Tricia Fallows of Kitsilano, Vacouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 1:49pm [Dine in]

Yum! This restaurant is perfect and a great fit in Kits. Nice and casual, not pretentious and AMAZING service.

Went with my hubby and we both loved our burgers, the beef was such high quality as were all the extra fixings.The buns were fresh, soft and the perfect size. You can easily share 1 basket of fries and be full but this burger joint is a MUST.

Everything is local and fresh and perfectly cooked.

I will be going back again and again & will definitely recommend to everyone I know.

Try it! Trust me!

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Buyer Beware
By foodie fan of Vancouver (downtown) (5 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 7:22pm [Dine in]

I had to rate the food a 2 only because I asked our server what was in the chicken burger, including ingredients as I am sensitive to a bunch of spices and foods. Everything arrived and it looked great until I took a bite. It was so heavily spiced, which I found out later was LOTS of salt and cumin, i couldn't eat it. The poutine was the only thing that saved me as that was great. Didn't eat the burger and no offer to make something else or replace it. not impressed; more so with the service than anything. I would not go back.

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fantastic!!!
By palermo of Vancouver (4 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 12:54am [Dine in]

Ive been to alot of Burger bar's and Romers,is definitly a Must.....
Went there with another couple we ordered 1 rodeo star-she loved it!!! the guys ordered the man's man burger they loved it and i ordered The magic Mushroom, Let me tell ya guys, FANTASTIC BURGERS!!!!!!!
So tasty, delicious flavors,meat was cooked perfect...
So far its my favorite Burger bar in vancouver, and i go out for burgers alot, nothing beats Romers!!
Service- was just "ok"
Just the perfect place to chill, dont have to be all dressed up, just the perfect Burger Bar!!!
Just GO!!!

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