Stock Burger Co.
Time Out Says
The American influence is obvious in the red ’80s-style diner chairs and booths. However, with dim lighting and
a well-stocked bar filled with many different brands of hops, it also looks like the kind of late-night hangout that draws in crowds of hipsters.
Stock Burger prides itself on only using high-quality Springbok Butchery meat, which comes from 100 percent grass-fed cows. There are also camel, falafel, fish and chicken patties. Some of the toppings are fairly standard for an American diner, while others, such as the All Day Breakfast Burger, which comes with veal bacon and potato hash, are a little more inventive.
You can also ‘build your own perfect burger’, plus there are steaks, pizzas and skewers if you feel like you’ve had too many burgers lately (we’re not convinced this is actually possible).
We start with the tiger prawns, and they are huge. Juicy, tasty and perfect for dipping into the lemon mayo. We recommend sharing this starter, as 12 prawns were more than enough for two – that’s not a complaint.
We then feel compelled to try The Stock Burger, the signature dish. While it isn’t the best burger we’ve ever tasted, it is generously topped with cheese, salad and sauces.
Alongside this we have the Farm Fresh Burger. In comparison to the beef patty, the chicken breast seems very much on the small side. However, the layered goat’s cheese and grilled peppers are a dream combination.
We also appreciate that each burger comes with a recommended craft brew; sometimes it’s the little things.
Although the prawns were perhaps the most memorable dish, we will be back to check out the rest of the menu.
The bill (for two)
Tiger prawns (x12) Dhs100
The Stock Burger Dhs55
Farm Fresh Burger Dhs75
Total (incl. fees and taxes) Dhs23
The bottom line
Quality meat in a quirky setting.
17 Sep 2018
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