Almost 3 years ago I walked into Charm City Burger Company not knowing what my experience was going to be like. Sure, I had read on the Chowhound talk threads that the best burger in South Florida was being served out of this joint in Deerfield Beach but you never know. Burger fans take things seriously when terms like “Best” are being thrown around and I’m no different. Charm City delivered on these promises.
When E&M Munchies (Charm City & Rebel House’s parent company) opened their second restaurant and decided to do Mexican Street Food with a Lucha Libre theme, El Jefe Luchador was born. The Mistico Quesadilla (Beef Barbacoa, Mushrooms, Oaxaca Cheese, Caramelized Onion, Mole Negro & Truffle Crema) is still one of the best taco’s I’ve ever had. Yes, it’s a taco, not a quesadilla.
So what I’m leading up to is that if you go around and eat locally you’ll find a connection with some Chefs who are on your wavelength. You understand and appreciate what they bring to the table. That’s where I’m at with Chef Mike Saperstein.
Rebel House continues the same greatness that I’ve found at Charm and El Jefe. The dishes are well thought out and the flavors are all there. Is everything perfect? No, but it’s close and like any good Chef, he’s constantly tweaking here and there to make the dishes as great as possible.
I’m not going to waste your time with some long drawn out explanations of flavor profiles, that’s not what you come to BurgerBeast.Com for. You come here to know, should I or shouldn’t I?
And I say, pick 3 of your closest friends and head out to Rebel House. Order and share everything. But make sure you get the Mashed Potatoes with the Short Rib/Mushroom Gravy. That gravy deserves its own fan page on Facebook. I might even start it myself.
The current menu can be seen here —> Rebel House Menu. But what you really need to do is check out what some of the dishes I’ve had at Rebel House look like:
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