Two Office Burgers and two drinks: 1) Scottish Beer; 2) Pear Cider. One order of frites.
The fries are the shoestring style, nicely seasoned, served with aioli (no ketchup: I think it's considered gauche here), The fries are unsatisfying if you like the traditional style large-to-wedge fries.
The burger is great: juicy, flavorful, adorned with a few sprigs of edible greenery. Nice sauce.
The beer was similar to Guinness, though without the watered-down quality of most draught Guinness. Other Scottish beers I have had in America present themselves as anemic. This had some body to it.
I can't speak to the Pear Cider: I stole a sip while my wife was down the hall. I don't really care for ciders.
My wife, the lunch Nazi, instructed beforehand: "We are going to get burgers and drinks, and we can share the fries [even without ketchup]. That's just what we are going to do!" Vee haf vays uhf making you eat. (She didn't really say that.)
Just under $60.00 (incl. tip) out-the-door. Not what we would normally pay for lunch, but, hey(!), it's the first day of summer vacation!
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