31.12.13

Connie & Teds

It's been a while since the boy and I sampled a burger that truly kicked our socks off, but the Hook Burger from this newly opened seafood restaurant renewed my faith in the Burger Quest.  Connie and Ted's just opened in West Hollywood, and while the house specialties are certainly more on the oysters and clam side, they aren't too shabby when it comes to cooking a choice burger.  

Connie and Ted's Hook Burger

The flavor was sweet, and delicious with a perfect blend of pickles, thousand island and a perfectly cooked piece of meat.  While it was a bit messy, the burger stayed together nicely, and despite being a bit hard to bite, given the size, the overall experience was one that stands out in the quest as among the best.

We also indulged in the onion rings and the asparagus salad - both just as delicious in their own right.  The boy also sampled some oysters and was rather impressed with those too.

Connie and Ted's
Connie and Ted's Hook Burger

Bottom line?  Connie and Ted's was a fun, easy going, and delicious dining experience with one of the best burgers we've tasted in the LA Burger Quest.  It's in the top 20, and we'll definitely be going back for a second taste!

The Scores: 

Meatiness - 5
Succulentiousness - 4
Bun - 4
Flavor - 5
Stay togetherness - 3
Joint - 4

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