Beef Burger:  Brasas’ Street Burger

Beef Burger: Brasas’ Street Burger

Brasas’ Street Burger

PHP 260 – 1/3 lb all-beef patty, sauteed onions, roasted bell peppers, and Monterey jack cheese served on toasted kaiser bun


A 1/3 pound all-beef patty sandwiched between toasted kaiser bread, this Brasas Street Burger tasted every bit the Latin American burger that it’s touted to be. Juicy and smokey, what made it taste like an authentic Latin American burger was the strong flavor of cumin, which I loved. Imparting much flavor, you don’t often find burgers in Manila spiced with cumin. The delicately crisp, homemade chips were a nice accompaniment to the burger as well.

Filipino cuisine doesn’t use cumin, so some people might find its taste unfamiliar, maybe even off-putting. But if you enjoy cumin like Ren and I do, then you’re sure to love this burger. I would definitely order it again.

Verdict: 3.75 / 5


Brasas SM The Block

4th floor, SM North Edsa, The Block, Quezon City
Facebook: brasasphilippines
Operating Hours: Mon-Sun 10AM-9PM

Brasas The Podium

5/F The Podium, 18 ADB Ave, Wack Wack, Mandaluyong
Tel: 570-5559
Operating Hours: Mon-Thurs, Sun 10AM-9:30PM / Fri-Sat 10AM-10PM

Brasas SM Aura

SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway, McKinley Hill, Taguig

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