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Old 04-12-2010, 03:15 PM   #51
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^ Peanuts to eat while you wait? Are you talking about Five Guys here?
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Old 04-12-2010, 03:24 PM   #52
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^ Peanuts to eat while you wait? Are you talking about Five Guys here?
Yes, Five Guys Burger and Fries has peanuts to eat while you wait for your order, there was a "Peanut Station" setup on top of the sacks of potatoes. The guy that took my order said we could help ourselves to them.
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Yes, Five Guys Burger and Fries has peanuts to eat while you wait for your order, there was a "Peanut Station" setup on top of the sacks of potatoes. The guy that took my order said we could help ourselves to them.
Well I don't know which day you went, but the twice that I visited, there were no peanuts available for customers.
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Well I don't know which day you went, but the twice that I visited, there were no peanuts available for customers.
the time i went there they directed us to the peanuts as well
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i went on sunday i believe, it was pretty good, i ordered cajun fries with my combo thinking it would be like those curly fries that have a little seasoning, it had a crap load of spices, and i was like whoa, my gf liked it tho since her tolerance is 100x more than mine. they did have peanuts, like 4 boxes of them around the store. it was help your self which i thot was awesome, one thing i wished they had tho was trays, i dont really like eating in and using a bag. Burger was good, only ordered a mini cheeseburger i think thats what it was called and it was big enough.
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i went today for lunch. had the regular burger and regular fries. came out to $11 exactly. didn't get a drink since i prefer not to drink pop(there's free refills though).

the fries are pretty good tasting. wish they were more crispy on the outside though. and man, do they pack your bag. it's not just the cup of fries. they add another half cup into your bag. forgot to get cajun though, i love cajun spice.

i got the burger with everything (i think they call it "all the way"). had pretty good taste. patties were juicy. the grilled mushrooms in the burger were nice.

they id have peanuts for you to enjoy, but i didn't bother to grab any since the food came out pretty quick.

probably one of the best commercial made burgers i've had since i went to in-n-out 2 years ago. (my 1 lb patty burgers are the best)
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so thsi is in the mall?
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Old 04-28-2010, 11:09 PM   #58
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pretty expensive, fries are ya definitely not crispy enough and the burgers are solid, but not better then in n out.
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Old 04-29-2010, 01:22 AM   #59
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^ yeah i liked in-n-out more. 5 guys is still good. i'll go there over fatburger anyday.

to ferrarienzo: it's outside the mall where whitespot and the keg are on the south side of park royal.

couldn't find anything on google maps for you.
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