What a rip off. I could have bought all of the fixings myself and made enough food for 5 people for the price of one combo. The hamberger pattys looked and tasted like they were bought from walmart. The lettuce was brown. The tomatoes were old. The whole sandwich was so dry I had to put the fry sauce on it to choke down what little of it I consumed. I threw away more than I ate because it was so bad. It definatley wasn't worth $9.00. The person that waited on me couldn't understand english let alone speak it clearly. Been there, done that, won't do it again.
Pastrami Burger, is there anything they can't do?. Oh man, the Crown Burger is the granddaddy of all burgers! The fries are the best in the city. The fry sauce is simply the end all to fry sauces. If you can't handle the Crown Burger, the Jr. is almost the same size and does just as much justice. Trust me you will leave full and smiling.
Heaven wrapped in paper!. This joint is the best place for good burgers, great french fries and lots of both!! It is fast for lunch and great for an inexpensive quick dinner! I can't stand pastrami - so fogive me for not mentioning thier famous burger - but everything else is just as fabulous!
Crown Burgers, YUM!. I am a retired police officer. The police station was right next door to Crown Burgers. I now live in California. The thing I miss most in SLC, besides my kids is the Crown Burger. Every time I visit Salt Lake I go directly from the airport to Crown Burger. I dream about their all meat chili, steak sandwiches and strawberry shakes. In my 22 years as a full time police officer I visited a lot of restaurants. (and no I don't like doughnuts) The Crown Burger is the best!
Best Burger w a bit of pastrami YUMMMMMMMMY. This burger is amazing. Delicious burgers, reasonably priced and just a great company. Friendly service, nice and clean atmosphere. I was glad to experience Crown Burgers when it was across the street from my workplace. I have loved it ever since. Thank you.....Valerie
A Salt Lake City Landmark!!!. I used to travel to Salt Lake City once a month on business and I ate at Crown Burger just about every time, with my buddies from SLC, Doug and Gary. The lines were quick. The food was yummy. Love that fry sauce. I miss Crown Burger almost as much as I miss Doug and Gary.
Ordinary burger chain. If IN-AND-OUT Burgers, were located in Utah, this mediocre chain would be out of business. The burgers here could be used as frisbees. The chicken sandwich was WAY overdone and tasteless. The onion rings were just ordinary. And the shake was no more than some unidentified cold blob, with a straw stuck in it. If you want a real burger-fries-&-shake; go to Red robin.
In this medieval-themed joint, find an unexpected quarter-pound burger piled high with pastrami..
Each of Crown Burger's five locations inhabits a clean and spacious atmosphere with a distinctly medieval decor. Tapestries and sconces adorn the walls, and customers dine underneath massive wrought-iron chandeliers.
There are the traditional burger selections, as well as onion rings, fries, melts and platters featuring special Greek concoctions. Order the signature Crown Burger: A light Russian-type dressing, shredded lettuce, soft buns and a hearty appetite make this specialty less assertive than a bacon cheeseburger; lean pastrami makes it all the more digestible. Be sure to add an order of onion rings or perfectly golden french fries, along with a side of Crown's famous fry sauce.
Generous portions. This is a hot burger place - the lines are long, but move quickly - the food is fresh, plentiful and hot. Don't get big eyes and order fries and rings with your burger - you'll never finish it all. Their decor is relaxing, seating is generous. The dive-up window is one of the most efficient I've seen - you order at the window - drive around the back and they bring it out to your car through the back door.
Sick of Mc Donald's, go to Crown Burger.
Come to Crown Burger if you expect the best burgers and fry sauce in the state.
Crown Burger also has some of the best gyros, excellent fries and good salad.
They have the best atmosphere of any burger joint I know.
The service is typical of any fast food restraunt.
However, if you prefer the thin hard fries at Mc Donald's and the okay burgers over paying an extra buck or two for something more than twice as good, go ahead!
My dad misses eating at Crown Burger more than any other restraunt since his Crohn's disease has prevented him from eating most food.
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