In these days my friends and I went to Città Alta to check out one of the Goss Burger’s locations. They have one in Bergamo downtown, bigger and fancier and one in Arcore, Milan. They opened the restaurant in Città Alta last year during Summer 2016 and brought it to the old town with a take away service: it is possible to have burgers standing up, eat them at big tables inside or simply with the street-food fomula by eating a bite while walking along the streets of Città Alta. There’s a good choice of burgers. Goss Burger also have veggie burgers and salads for non-meat eater.
All of us chose the baby burger. This burger arrived with cheddar, lettuce, tomato and chetchup. The restaurant is proud to say the burgers are garnished at the moment using only gluten free salami and cheeses, and not fozen products, included bread. I found the bread pretty good indeed, they told me they get it everyday from a local backery and that’s the right way for good ingredients!
While we were waiting, my friend @gromamm and I talked about our little tour in Città Alta last week ( if you missed that one, you can take a look at it by clicking the link here: Civic Tower ), ideas for the blog and my coming trip to the USA to visit my girlfriend @ninamclernon.
The ingredients are fresh and the burger I tasted was pretty good. The meat inside was, personally, a bit raw but the policy of the restaurant says the burgers are served halfway throught cooking. I might advise to ask the client at the moment he orders, how long he wants the meat to be cooked. Goss Burger in Città Alta is a good option for a fast, affordable and genuine meal.
Goss Burger gets 4 hearts out of 5!
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