OXOX 創意漢堡華航店 Review
From the pictures for OXOX創意漢堡華航店, the burgers and prices looked pretty good. I got the #1 combo; cheeseburger, black tea and french fries for NT$149. Then I saw an advertisement for their milk crispy donut for an additional NT$29, so I went for it. I’m glad I did.
Wow! This is one of the few places I’ve ever been to where they make donuts FRESH! You know when you have a fresh donut because it’s very hot. The donut was very crispy on the outside and very fluffy on the inside. It was a symphony of textures. The donut itself wasn’t too sweet, which is just the way I like it.
French Fries 9/10
The french fries were made from thick slices of real potato, seasoned well, crispy on the outside while still soft on the inside. It’s really hard to ask for any more from a french fry, so this place is solid
The cheeseburger had american cheese, thousand island dressing, lettuce, tomato all on a fresh baked hamburger bun. Overall, the burger was pretty good, but the quality of the beef patty they used was pretty low. The beef patty you could tell was from a frozen patty with not much seasoning. That’s the main component of a cheeseburger so it brought my overall rating down, while all the accessories to the cheeseburger were pretty good.
Overall, the burgers OXOX創意漢堡華航店 are really if you don’t really focus on the patty. The best thing you can get here is the donuts so stop by and do yourself a delicious favor!
10/10 Milk Crispy Donuts
9/10 French Fries
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It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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