Burger Hub in collaboration with AYMSTRONG had recently launched a healthy campaign for those who seek to enjoy burgers while on diet, well today I wanted to evaluate their diet plan.
I went there for lunch at 3:00 PM, and I had a little chat with the waiter about the healthy campaign & what they did to achieve that.
I ordered the Heavenly plain & the La rose burgers, yeah one is not enough but if course no French fries & a diet pepsi.
Well, let’s now see what Burger Hub did to turn a fatty meal into a more healthy one:
-The chef used less oil for the beef, making them more dry. That’s a good one.
-Using brown bun instead of white. Smart, because complex carbs are always better.
-Using lettuce wrap instead of bun, that’s also great option, though lettuce can be messy.
-Putting less sauce & toppings & cheese. Good for cutting on calories.
The above things can help cut on the calories, but I did more customizations. I asked the chef to remove the dough, put the sauce, toppings & cheese on the side. This way I can further customize my burger for more healthiness
Verdict: The burgers were still tasty & much less fatty, the lettuce wrap was little messy though but anything that cuts on the extra calories is welcome But again, my choices were simple plain burgers & no French fries.
I’m glad that Burger Hub took this step so people can still enjoy their burgers without guilt.