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Thursday, 7 May 2009
Hamburger Review: Holy Cow Lausanne
The second Hamburger review is that of the Holy Cow in downtown Lausanne. The burger joint is marketed as "organic" and "sustainable". Pictures of the farmer who is providing the meat as well as the backer who makes the bread are both displayed in the store.
Several burgers are offered made from beef, chicken, as well as a vegetarian patty. The bun is a made by a local baker from all natural ingredients and tastes a bit too much of a whole-wheat bread than a burger bun for my taste. All burgers are served with chips, although french fries are planed to be on the menu soon. Overall the taste of the burger is alright, but the portion size is rather small. With a price of 7 CHf it's good value for money considering the quality and freshness of the products.