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Thursday, April 3,2014

BocaRaton BurgerHouse

Restaurant Review

By Arnold Leir  
 Dazzling Cuisine That Is Irresistibly Scrumptious

Just as you cannot judge a book by its title, you cannot make assumptions about a restaurant by its name. The cuisine at Alex and Chef William Fernandes’ Boca Raton Burger House has a depth and richness that exceeded all our expectations. Open only two weeks, the cosmopolitan yet unpretentious father and son offerings are beginning to receive instant acclaim from the nearby commercial and residential communities.

Locating this enticing enclave may be a bit of a stretch if you are not familiar with Boca’s North Dixie Center located at the north-east intersection of Spanish River Boulevard and North Dixie Highway. Once in the Center, go east to the end and make a left. Numerous signs and smiling patrons will mark the location of the Burger House.

All of the Chef’s creations have an inimitable richness. The soup of the day ($3.95/cup)was an inspired triad of cilantro, tomato and chick peas, The homemade Chili ($3.85/cup) contained so much flavorful beef that it was a challenge to locate an occasional bean. You may wish to enhance each course with a craft beer or organic wine.

Every day from 4 to 6 pm and 9 to 11pm, Happy Hour reigns supreme with all beer and wine selections priced at two for one. Our bottle of Fat Tire Amber Ale ($5) was supremely uplifting as was our serving of Rilento’s organic Pinot Grigio ($7glass)

According to our hosts, they are the sole vendors of the Rilento family of organic wines imported from Sicily. Organic ingredients pervade much of the Chef’s cuisine.

Moving into the core of the menu, we were attracted to the composition of the Black ‘n White Burger ($7.99). A towering presentation of a succulent Angus beef patty, mounds of aromatic blue cheese, tomato, onion, Romaine lettuce skewered together between two halves of a warm bun was a masterpiece of design and appeal. A side of Hand Cut Sweet Potato Fries ($3.99) tinged with cinnamon (fried in Rice Bran Oil noted for its health benefits) is a must, as is the luscious Mediterranean Salad ($7.99)with its bounty of veggies, olives, peppers, feta and savory house dressing.

The cooking is always precise and unpretentious. Flavors in the Falafel Wrap ($8.99) are pure and perfectly harmonized. The same is true of the Portabella Berger ($7.99) which successfully partners zucchini, eggplant, portabella and provolone. The audacious combination of feta, olives and spinach used to create the Feta Cheese Pizza ($5.99) is simply brilliant.

At the finish line, the Chef also nails it with a galaxy of homemade desserts such as NY style Turtle Cheesecake as well as Key Lime , Chocolate Cream and Apple Crumb Pies, just to name a few.

Service is a blend of charm and efficiency. Delivery service is available. Boca Raton Burger House will also cater your next corporate or private affair.

499 North East Spanish River Blvd. Boca Raton • (Tel) 561-900-5030 Open Daily: 11am-11pm 


  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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