KB Burgers And More – Key Biscayne, Florida – CLOSED

KB Sign

KB Burgers & More opened up without much fanfare. I found out about it because someone emailed me that they had tried it out. I had honestly forgotten about it until another “report” came in about it. I drove to Key Biscayne and past the Miami Seaquarium (Miami’s marine life attraction) until I finally reached my destination. There isn’t really much of a sign but a small banner to the right of it. I walk in and size the place up. Everyone ahead of me had ordered the Colombian (Mozzarella Cheese, Chips, Bacon, Ham, Pineapple and Garlic Sauce). I look over the menu and see there’s a Juicy Lucy on the menu. A Juicy Lucy is a burger stuffed with Cheese (awesome just to bite and watch the cheese ooze out). Good stuff, so I go with that. I also order their Euro Dog (served in half of a French baguette) with some Fries. The cool thing is you can actually stand there and watch as they prepare your food (which I did). The problem with this is that I learned before I got to eat my Burger that they use frozen Burger patties. Part 2 of the problem is, how are they going to accomplish a Juicy Lucy with a frozen patty?  The answer is they didn’t. And one other thing, the menu says their Burgers are 6 ounces but the Juicy Lucy is half a pound. Someone needs to brush up on their math. The crispy shoestring Fries are good but of the frozen variety.

Crispy Shoestring Fries

Crispy Shoestring Fries

The Euro Dog tastes like the kind of hot dog that would be inside of a corn dog. Now, I happen to like that flavor so I’m not complaining. There was ketchup, mustard and that Colombian garlic sauce on the dog which I liked but there was not enough of it.

Euro Dog

Euro Dog

It wasn’t spread evenly throughout the dog. How was the Juicy Lucy? Severely disappointing. Two burger patties with cheese in the middle a Juicy Lucy do not make.

"Juicy Lucy"

“Juicy Lucy”

Inside The "Juicy Lucy"

Inside The “Juicy Lucy”

It cost $12.50 which is really steep considering these are two frozen patties. Is KB Burgers & More worth a drive? I don’t know, are you really that desperate to throw away your money on a frozen patty?

KB Burgers & More is Closed
26 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL

Comments (5):

  1. Luis

    January 31, 2010 at 9:48 PM

    that burger does not look that great. thanks for the review!

  2. gcbron

    February 1, 2010 at 4:14 PM

    Thanks for the heads-up and saving me from a disappointing burger experience.

  3. Anonymous

    February 11, 2010 at 5:29 PM

    we tried it hoping we could frequent a decent burger spot on the island….
    our chicken tenders were raw (translucent-pink), mushrooms canned & cold, 1 order never came
    all items were overpriced & subpar, service untrained & unexperienced, decor minimal & outdated, parking limited, ….

    poor addition to the island, unless perhaps tucked away in quasi-adandoned le'-splanade mall & price dropped to $5 for burger, fry & soda

  4. Anonymous

    May 21, 2010 at 4:09 PM

    I took the long drive to key biscayne to relax at the beach with my family saw a sign on a bus bench and decided to search this place out once there I realized that this was a very laid back environment. My total bill was 78.00 including drinks and tips,the problem was no hospitality from the cashier who happens to have his hat turned sideways and his pants below his waistline showing off his underwear. The food was good but the cook prepared our food and brought it to us himself 10 min later as was an on going affair the entire time I was there, as i watched this gentleman prepare meal after meal it sort of reminded me of the old chicago bulls where everyone just sat around on the team and watch Michael Jordan do everything.

  5. Anonymous

    September 6, 2010 at 12:14 AM

    I went on Sunday night with my wife and kids, and it well wasn't worth the money. The young lady had no idea what she was doing, gave attitude, and she even got our order wrong. Great idea love the theme, much needed in key biscayne, just need to fix the service and for the meat to be better on the burgers.