A correction

May 26th, 2010 by Richard Chudy

Sometimes I get things wrong (shocking, I know) but a while back when I reviewed Trina’s Starlite Lounge, I was strong in my beliefs that they used frozen patties. But I was misinformed, they are fresh, custom ground burgers, made in the order of the West-Coast style. And I love a good West-Coast style burger, make no mistake (see Flat Patties) but they are a finicky breed, because they are so thin, they have a greater chance at drying out compared to the larger, East-Coast style. It can be a real hit-or-miss concept, when it works it’s fantastic, but when it’s overcooked, it becomes dry and not optimal. Maybe it was just a bad night when I went, and I stand by my comments regarding flavor, but I do take back the “not being fresh” remarks. A real critic would be probably go to a place several times to avoid this issue, but this being a hobby above all else, I can’t really afford to eat at the same place multiple times, gotta spread that seed all around town, if you know what I mean.

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