Hello Smashburger!

If you were to define your city in a food, how would you describe it? For Smashburger, they define the city of LA as crispy wonton, fried egg, cilantro, cucumber, lettuce, tomato & Japanese steakhouse dressing on a black and white sesame bun! The city of LA is hybrid of cultures and unique personalities which is interestingly enough similar to what Smashburger’s LA burger is. This burger is a combo of different flavors that can be found in various cuisines. There is the Asian flavor via the crispy wonton and Japanese steakhouse. There is a hint of Spanish via their cilantro. The lettuce, tomato and burger itself is so classically American. I loved how all the various ingredients came together to make one yummy burger!

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Aside from the LA burger, I also tried the Truffle Mushroom Swiss chicken sandwich here. This has
truffle mayo, sauteed baby portabella mushrooms and aged Swiss on an egg bun. Hmm this sandwich is not named after any city but each tasty ingredient in this sandwich is sure to be a hit anywhere in the world ;).

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From their burgers to their chicken sandwiches, I truly enjoyed my Smashburger experience. Each of their sandwiches has a distinct and delicious flavor. Hmm how would I describe Smashburger? I would define it as a melting pot of good eats. “Melting pot” means a place (such as a city or country) where different types of people live together and gradually create one community. Here at Smashburger, their burgers have different ingredients that come together to create special sandwiches ;).

For more smiles, please read my recent Yelp review on Smashburger.

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