Delicious Wagyu Burgers for Less Than 200 Pesos at All-in-Burgh!
When in Manila, there is an abundance of things to purchase and things to waste our money on — from the usual food and movie night outs to cooler and geekier things, such as night lights and fandom shirts — that sometimes, we can’t control our expenses any longer and we find ourselves broke, trying to be a cheapskate until the next payday. But being a cheapskate does not mean that you can no longer enjoy good food. There are all sorts of tipid food stalls all over the metro, selling affordable quality meals that’s perfectly safe for your pocket. You just have to know where to look.
All-in-Burgh is a small food stall located at CVC Supermarket near Town and Country Executive Village along Marcos Highway. At first glance, you wouldn’t really think that they offer wonderful burgers, since their location looks pretty ordinary and plain. But once you get to taste their burgers, man, you won’t ever doubt them again!
Founded in 2011, All-in-Burgh started out as a thesis for its four founders — Jerht Santos, Jammy Cabochan, Paulo Rabanal, and Jef Lim — but eventually led to moving out of Ateneo and serving to the rest of the metro. They first called themselves “Wagyu Stack”, with which they brought home a couple of awards and recognitions for their hard work. Today, they are situated in CVC with plans of expanding their business soon.
Look at that patty! Would you believe it costs less than 300 pesos?
All-in-Burgh serves wonderfully-created delicious Wagyu Burgers for as low as 160 pesos. Delicious Wagyu for 160? Does that sound like a joke to you? Well, it’s true. And, oh, don’t let the price fool you. Despite selling these delicious wagyu burgers for a low price, the food tastes heavenly and everything tastes wonderful. No extenders, no preservatives. Just pure beef and pure love for its patties. Their fries are freshly cut and made on the spot, as well, while their sauces are all handcrafted by their local chef.
Their simple yet enticing menu. Yay for delicious Wagyu!
Right now, their menu offers seven different burgers with an option for getting the quarterpounder patties in Wagyu or in premium lean beef. The price difference is just a couple of pesos, so if I were you, I’d definitely go and upgrade to Wagyu, though, since it’s softer and tastier overall (but heck, whatever you choose, they are both delicious anyway). We were able to try out two of their bestsellers, Bacon-Bacon Cheeseburgh and Backyard BBQ, as well as their ‘Fresh Fries’.
The Bacon-Bacon Cheeseburgh with Wagyu Patty (Php 200)
True to its name, the Bacon-Bacon Cheeseburgh is served with homemade smoked bacon, bacon spread, and cheese sauce. I am definitely in love with their bacon spread, not only because it’s made out of bacon (BACON!) but also because it’s super tasty and the flavor has an aftertaste that stays with you until your next bite. The cheese sauce tastes a little sweet, but perfectly blends in with the bacon bits and jam. The tomatoes that they used for the burger are also notably fresh, and you can taste that with every bite.
My personal favorite is their Backyard BBQ Burger, which they serve with a special secret barbeque sauce. Unlike the usual BBQ sauce, this one has the perfect tinge of salty, sweet, and sour, which complements the patty and cheese sauce very well. Aside from having fresh veggies, one of the things that I love the most about their burgers is that it is not as greasy as the others. It’s actually not greasy at all! If you hate having that lip gloss kind of feeling from eating burgers, then All-in Burgh would be perfect for you.
So, if you are looking for the best affordable burgers in town, don’t forget to head to All-in Burgh. If you feel like Marcos Highway is a little too far from your place, don’t worry, because they are also partners with 21212, which delivers (almost) everywhere!
ALL-IN BURGH BURGERS AND STEAKS
CVC Supermarket, Town and Country Executive Village, Marcos Highway, Cainta, Rizal
11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
For deliveries, you may contact 2121212.