Five Guys Burgers and Fries in Redmond

23 Oct

For a late night burger fix, Five Guys really delivers (not in the meaning of an actual delivery service, but in providing a great service food-wise).  For an anytime burger fix, Five Guys delivers like no other.  Since Five Guys made their presence in Redmond, we have done takeout/takeaway three times.  The first two times, The Hubby, used the website’s convenient ‘order online’ feature and picked up the greasy goods after work.  The third time around, I went along with him to order a takeout in person.  Thanks to watching many Sponge Bob episodes and his krusty burgers (yikes, see comments) krabby patties, I had burger in my mind for an entire week.  It didn’t help any that we found ourselves in Redmond for the weekend and within driving distance of Five Guys.

Here are the Ten Things I Love about Five Guys in Redmond:

  1. No nonsense burgers
  2. An option of a regular sized burger and “Little Burger” (“little” is still a sufficient size)
  3. Easy options – because my appetite is big and I like to weigh my options, I take a long time to order; the good ol’ Five Guys menu makes it easy for me
  4. Unlimited toppings and “All the Way” is free
  5. No nonsense burgers
  6. Free peanuts at their joints
  7. Love the chips, ehrr, fries
  8. A veggie sandwich option; take note that there’s no veggie burger patty involve, it really is just a “veggie sandwich” – think BLT as in bread, lettuce, and tomato
  9. Finally, an honest-to-goodness-awesome-possum burger joint in the Eastside
  10. No nonsense burgers

I didn’t mention it in my Ten Things but the store employees are friendly.  For a busy weekend lunch hour, that was a good thing to see and experience.

Five Guys – Redmond
15011 NE 24th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 643-8111
Five Guys Burgers and Fries (Redmond) on Urbanspoon


9 Responses to “Five Guys Burgers and Fries in Redmond”

  1. LD 28, October 2011 at 4:55 pm #

    Ready for Man v. Food! Take me there when I gonna visit you! 😉

    • chroniccravings 28, October 2011 at 6:39 pm #

      Bien sûr, mon cher “bro.” C’est un plan définitivement! 🙂

  2. ryancr 2, November 2011 at 8:03 pm #

    I believe you mean Krabby Patties. Mr. Krab’s Krusty Krab sells Krabby Patties. Krusty Burgers is the Simpsons. Back to burgers…. mmmm, burgers.

    • chroniccravings 7, November 2011 at 1:49 pm #

      Whoops, I do mean “Krabby Patties,” thanks for catching that. Especially since ‘krabby patties’ are tasty and as if we’ve seen from various Simpsons episodes, ‘krusty burgers’ border inedible, if not so.

  3. romancejunkie14 17, November 2011 at 3:17 pm #

    Good burgers, but they get soggy quick 🙂

    • chroniccravings 17, November 2011 at 4:30 pm #

      A juicy burger and trimmings make soggy buns. But you know, good is as good does. 😉


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