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10955 Kinross Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90024

34.060064 -118.446736

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Sun-Thur, 10 am - 2 am; Fri-Sat, 10 am - 3 am

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Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: West LA, Westwood

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Reviews for Fatburger

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Don’t get me wrong. I love Fatburger. I am a HUGE Fatburger fan. I had been craving Fatburger forever. I begged my fiancé to go. That is what makes this so obviously the burger from hell. First of all, it really stinks when you’re twenty something and “you’re metabolism isn’t what it used to be” blah, blah blah and you eat fast food and you’re not satisfied because you always end up thinking “Why the heck did I eat that?” so it’s doubly terrible when it’s not even good – what a waste. It’s like, “I could’ve not eaten” or “I really shoulda just had that salad.”

I mean, this burger was so bad I would pay to go back in time and not have eaten it. I would almost pay to go back in time and let someone kick me in the nuts to not have eaten it. The burger was undercooked, had no flavor and was soggy. And I order my burger PLAIN. How the heck does a plain burger get soggy? Ew. I am having nightmares writing this. I am lucky to be alive. Plus I ordered onion rings and let me say this: the burger was a god damn filet mignon from Cut compared to these onion rings. They tasted like less than nothing. Like they woulda tasted like nothing but they were onion rings, so they were substantial. Thick nothing. Like paper, but thick. Think cardboard, or actually, think really really thick toilet paper. Gross. Disturbingly gross. Luckily, I was smart enough to have only one. I ate the entire burger.

Truth be told I should have known I was in for the burger from Hell the second I walked into that place. I don’t remember seeing a Rating but if the rated that place anything above a C, whoever personally conducted the review should be fired and executed and the entire Department should be disbanded. Even more so, if you own or work at a restaurant that got a lower grade than Westwood Fatburger, really, I don’t know if you should be allowed to live. This place was foul. I mean looking back I am a complete moron for not turning around the second I walked in so if I got mad cow disease I deserved it. The only guy eating in there was a homeless man. I REALLY wish I had pictures. Anyway. Burger from Hell…no question. Actually, burger experience from Hell. (Sorry Fatburger, I still love you.)


over a year ago

Competes with In and Out – Burgers are of the good fat greasy kind. There is usually a wait, but not as bad as 'In and Out'. When you are in the mood for this delicious greasy burger attack and you don't want to wait at a half hour line, come here. You will stand in a 15 minute line.

over a year ago

its the relish! – The best burger joints always have something unique and distinctive about them... In-N-Out has their thousand island sauce, and Fatburger has its relish. I've always wondered why Fatburgers taste different from other burgers and that's the key ingredient. Though it seems like such a simple condiment, it makes a world of a difference. Though it might be a bit more expensive than In-N-Out, I think it's worth eating something a bit different now and then...Oh, and you can't get FAT fries at In-N-out!

over a year ago

Cheaper than Hamburger Hamlet, tastier than McDonald's--Fatburger might just be the superhero of fast food. – The Scene
This is a fast-food joint all the way: Order at the counter and employees, sans headphones, bark the order to the fry cooks. Retro jukeboxes usually hold court in the middle of the restaurants, but are rarely used, since jazz and R&B are always piped in through speakers.

The Food
Sure, there's the grilled chicken sandwich and the chili dog, but other than that, it's all burgers. Wrapped in paper, served on plastic trays and dripping with toppings--mustard, mayo, relish, tomatoes, lettuce and onion--these burgers are definitely fat. Add cheese, bacon and a fried egg and you've got a hefty, cholesterol-laden treat. Or go the healthy route and order the turkey burger with everything; it's almost as good as the red-meat variety, and just as messy. Skip the ordinary fries and order a side of the fresh onion rings--the grease factor is low, and the crispy, golden batter is delicious.


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