Bresola’s Wagyu Beef Burger is a pretty exquisite hamburger. This burger, found in a classy slight Italian restaurant off the side of Kennedy Town, is a hamburger that is first acquainted with a burger construction predisposed by a slumping stackature of trying ratios; at the same time, a follow from a subtle winsome aroma of burger (and fries), a signal of goodness, will hereafter provide a hint to a fair of palatable constituents that shall come to pass as an excellent burger taste balance.
One’s initial path towards the hamburger is met with a firm release from suspense as the stabilizing pole is drawn to a secure burger build – the progression between appetence and fulfillment is, for the most, characterized by a burger with a confiningly comfortable compression that holds together with surprising ease. Within the reaches of this sturdy burger construction, one that marginally flounders under the minor imparity of bun to patty, is a burger taste balance full of individuality – with a flavorous range of ingredients.
The burger’s reception commences with a bacon that is vigorous and compelling, the strip of meat – salty, smeared, cooked to a soft crisp, marks each mouthful with a bacon-essence that swathes burger and tongue. A fried egg, duly draped over the patty in a laid clinch between the bacon and cheese, has a pronounced sautéed savor and a faintly creamy noticeable yolk. The meat, fostering a trivial texture with a semblance of moistness that crumbles in dab portions, is a thick patty that accentuates a select beef flavor flaunting adequate hints of salt and peppering.
The produce in this burger has been selected with attention – the range of purples and greens in the lettuce, looseleaf lettuce, adds movement and rouse; and together with the onion and tomato, plump in taste and form, greenness can be found. The bun, ostensibly oversized at first, contracts around the burger with a snug soft breadness that abstains from overpowering the burger’s taste balance. Still, surrounded by select ingredients, a single slice of cheese, a plastic processed cheese, comes as a letdown. Fries are good.
For 145.00 HKD this is a burger one should afford to try. The burger has a bravado of ingredients that make up a great burger taste balance and a burger construction that offers a pleasant experience, one that’ll give opportunity to enjoy a walk around Kennedy Town with a satisfied burger-belly.Bresola G/F Yue On Building 78 – 86 Catchick Street Kennedy Town Hong Kong +852 2485 2345
Hello there. I’m a burger lover and is now based here in Hong Kong. Nice blog you got there. =) Anyway, I know wagyu beef. I’ve tasted one from wagyu resturant in Central. I haven’t tried Bresola’s burgers but don’t you think it’s quite pricey? I know an affordable joint that sells tasty beef burgers. Have you tried Double D Burger before? (http://www.doubledburger.com/#findus). Their best seller costs just 80 HKD.
Hi, yes I’ve have tried Double D’s burger and my opinion on it will be out soon. I’d say on average a burger in Hong Kong is around 120.00 HKD – Double D’s Single D burger is 80.00 HKD but add bacon and fries to that and the price goes up, closer to Bresola’s 140.00 HKD. Both of these places are also quite different and offer different burger experiences, in one of them you ‘grab a bite’ in the other you ‘have dinner’.
Thanks for the insight fkskovmand. I really appreciate it. Well, yes. You’re right there. I’m now thinking about dropping by at Bresola. Will let you know if this one can beat Double D Burger in my heart. Haha.