BRGR: The Burger Project – Maginhawa Street series

The Burger Project, this is the yummiest project I’m willing to do over and over again. BRGR: The Burger Project is a new burger joint  to grace Maginhawa Street in Teacher’s Village, the place occupied the same place of Pino Bar & Restaurant which moved to a new location in Malingap Street.

Cool interiors and vibrant and eye-popping colors make this small restaurant inviting especially to young burger lovers.

BRGR: The Burger Project

Upon ordering, an order slip and a marker will be given because you will CREATE YOUR OWN BURGER! Choose your patty (100% beef, tofu or chicken), type of bun (Poppyseed or potato), type of cheese (mozzarella, gruyere or bleu), premium toppings (bacon, guacamole, chili con carne or pepperoni), basic toppings (caramelized onions, jalapeno peppers, mushrooms, etc.), and type of sauce (buffalo, wasabi mayo, special burger sauce, teriyaki sauce, etc.). Don’t be carried away checking most of the ingredients though like we did, each toppings cost Php 25-Php 35 each and it will surely add up to your bill. Free toppings include lettuce, tomatoes and pickles.

Now, on to our burger creations…

Badudets' burger

Badudets burger: Poppyseed bun, 100% beef patty, jalapeno peppers, caramelized onions, gruyere cheese, pickles and special burger sauce. I like how it tasted, sweet and spicy combination because of jalapeno peppers, caramelized onions and pickels. The special burger sauce is also on the sweet side, tastes like Jollibee’s sauce in their burgers. My burger creation is yummy!

Jefrox Burger

Jefrox burger: Poppyseed bun, 100% beef patty, jalapeno peppers, Canadian bacon, mozzarella cheese, lettuce and buffalo sauce. Jeff’s burger came out too spicy, aside from the heat of the jalapeno peppers, the buffalo sauce is also spicy. He finds the Canadian bacon a little salty too.

Isn’t it obvious that we’re both jalapeno lovers? With all burger restaurants, the determining factor is their patty, and I must give a thumbs up with The Burger Project’s beef patty, tasty, meaty and juicy. Their poppyseed bun is so soft I want to eat it alone, hehe.

For the not-so-adventurous burger eaters, they also have 6 designer burgers to save you from the guesswork of creating your own variety of toppings, a fail-safe combination of toppings I guess…

Burger menu

Eating a burger in this restaurant will never be boring since you can create thousands of combinations each time. They also have fries, buffalo wings and milkshakes which we’ll try on our next visit. Yes, this place is worthy of a second visit, or a third….


  1. Wow. That’s really interesting. I hope we’d get a chance to try this new burger joint. Thanks for sharing! 🙂


  2. wow this is really interesting. Now ko lang yata narinig about this restaurant. I love burgers 🙂 As in very happy ako pag kumakain ako ng burger. Thanks for sharing your review. Hope to try it out soon.


  3. hi there 😉 good pm i want to try the brgr.. the burger project kc napanood ko kanina sa wer u at ng myx!


  4. too bad it’s too far from our place (we’re from the south) since we’ve been searching for the best burger in town


  5. pangarap ko pumunta dito..huhuhu..
    ang layo kasi sa amin…


  6. wow! free pickles and tomatos!! 😀 surely i can save up! this is nice! i will try out soon! 🙂 thanks for sharing! mwa

    Xx,M/issy S


  7. creating your own burgers? cool! sad that’s it’s far from where i live…


  8. sarap naman tingnan:D sana nga lang, meron ganyan dito, kaso wala pa ata 🙁


  9. the place is a must to visit, sayang lang super layo from my place..


  10. badudets mukhang masarap to ah! Also it’s a good concept creating your own burger. Mabisita nga minsan!


  11. My friend tried this na. masarap nga daw 😀


  12. Wow looks yummy…kaso ang layo naman from where we are staying!


  13. The best yung burger dito sloppiest joe the best…



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