Burger Board’s fries outshine meatless burger


Nathan Loeffler Malatesta '23

Burger Board’s meatless burger was overpriced and under seasoned.

Nathan Loeffler Malatesta '23, Staff reporter

The beachside restaurant, Burger Board on 5430 CA-1, has been in business for only a few years and has classics like burgers, hotdogs, fries, milkshakes, and onion rings, but unfortunately, I was there to review their meatless burger. 

As a note, I have had their real burgers before, which are delicious, so take this food review with a grain of salt as meatless burgers are not their specialty. 

The meatless burger that I got with fries was disgusting. The burger was nasty as it tasted like I imagined brain matter would taste like, not to mention the patty smelled like old gym socks. 

What made it even worse is that toppings were all odd one way or another, as the pickles were sliced oddly, and there was way too much lettuce, which made the meatless burger even more uncomfortable to eat. Practically the only good thing about this meal was the fries, which were salted and cooked perfectly. 

Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, I could not go inside the restaurant, but Burger Board’s exterior was appealing to the eye. 

 Overall, the meatless burgers made this trip to Burger Board a terrible experience, and it is definitely not worth the $20 you would spend on just the meatless burger itself. Out of five stars, Burger Boards’ meatless burger receives a total of 1. A meatless burger and fries cost $27.