The seitan was softer than a burger, but still held together pretty well. I generally avoid veggie burgers, but this had nothing in common with previous veggie burgers I’ve had – this one was good.
If you want food made from high-quality, local city purveyors, F’N'M is the place to go. Their meat comes from DeBragga, the bread comes from Balthazar Bakery and the cheese comes from Murray’s. Can’t get much better (or local) than that.
What really makes this dish stand out is the black stuff – the caramelized onions. The cheddar cheese came through nicely too, adding another layer of cheesy flavor to the dog.
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This hole-in-the-wall isn’t much by way of decor (it has only 10 seats), but it has one of the best delivery burgers in the city.