Goodburger (Reported Closed)

(215) 569-9988

1725 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA | Directions   19103

39.951826 -75.169687

Restaurants, Traditional American, Fast Food  more

More Cuisine: Hamburgers

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Center City West, Center City


Reviews for Goodburger

over a year ago

Best turkey burger ever – They have the best turkey burgers ever. They put different types of peppers in the burgers. This is literally the best turkey burger I've ever had. I'm glad it was though because just the burger alone is almost $8.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Yeah, not so good. – The burger itself was ok, the fries were poor. But the service was terrible. Music was blasting such that the server could not hear me and asked me to repeat myself 3 times. She had no idea what I was saying. How they call out the orders was ridiculous, sometimes using this loudspeaker. It sounded like he put the mouthpiece inside his head.

The burger was charred on the outside, uncomfortably pink on the inside.

I probably will not go back.

over a year ago

Really great burgers – I used to go to Five Guys down the street until I discovered Goodburger a few days after it opened. The burgers are great and the service is fast. Lots of toppings too. Don't get the fries to go (as recommended by the staff) because they get soggy. Goodburger is my favorite now.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Slow, overpriced, tiny portion. – Wow, just finished my take out burger. Yeah, it was alright, nothing special. But I'm starving, man! This thing was smaller than what my 3 yr old son gets for a kids meal. It was waaaay overpriced and I stood about 15-20 minutes in line to get the dang order, the guy showed the bag into my hands without saying a word. Must mention that the deli-like "number" that you get means nothing. They pick the numbers completely randomly. So you will get a bunch of people who came in after you getting their order in first. Pretty maddening all things considered. I am never coming back. I'll give it about a month to survive in Center City Philadelphia. What a waste of space.

over a year ago

Solid Burgers, Terrible MANAGER! – Just got back from lunch at goodburger. The place is a step up from your average fast food joints. The average meal costs about $10--this includes your burger, fries and soda. The burger was good, the fries are not great, and my personal experience was horrifying. I had my friend wait in line while I used the restroom real quick. The manager stopped me in front of the entire lunch crowd to ask me if I needed any help. Told him, no thank you, I'm just using the restroom before I order. He looked at me like I was insane and told me people typically order first before using the restroom. I was so embarrassed. I ended up using the restroom and when I came back I told him that what he just did is the worst thing anyone can to do a customer. His non-apologetic justification: "This is Philadelphia." Very professional. I would have left if my friend hadn't placed his order. Like I said, the food was fine--but I'll never go back. Shame on him!

over a year ago

Best affordable burger in Philly – This is the best burger joint in Philly hands down. It's brand new so its clean. They have an open kitchen so you know nothing bad is going down there. The burgers are made from fresh ground beef, flame grilled and very thick, juicy and tender. The burgers are reasonably priced 6$ for a very large restaurant sized burger made to order made in the same time it would take you to wait in line at the wendy's across the street. The atmosphere is fantastic as far as burger joints go. Two plasma screen televisions. The fries are mediocre.

over a year ago

New York burger joint spins down the turnpike and sets up shop in the heart of Center City. – In Short
The folks at goodburger are all about ingredients. Traditional burgers are crafted on site from top drawer Hereford beef. And gb's chefs keep a discerning eye for plump and flavorful tomatoes and crisp lettuce. Fries stack up to the hearty beef, turkey or vegan burgers. Complete your American burger experience with a frothy shake made from Vermont ice cream. Better still, you really can have it your way and order your burger to the temperature you desire. Organic field greens and crunchy Caesars give a modern twist to a classic experience.


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