Burger Shack fare affordable, yummy

Sometimes it’s nice to sit back and enjoy a big plate of hearty food and not worry about the calories.

Irma’s Burger Shack, located in Midtown at 1120 Classen Drive, has great food for a full meal without breaking the bank.

If you go with a big appetite, the “What U Lookin’ @” platter might be exactly what you need.

The plate overflows with a breakfast food lover’s dream: a sandwich piled with fried eggs, hot links, bacon, pepper jack, swiss, hot ham and Oklahoma’s own “No Name Beef” all in between buttery, toasted bread.

It’s definitely a mouthful, but at a price of $15.95, the full meal is well worth the money.

While it’s sure to fill the appetite of a mighty hungry eater, it’s also a great dish to split with others.

Now, if you’re just looking for a mouth-watering, tasty burger that isn’t so overwhelming, the restaurant’s simple “Irma Burger” is a yummy way to satisfy your cravings without going overboard.

At $4.95, this burger, paired with some fries or hand-breaded onion rings is the perfect way to grab a quick, tasty meal.

The best feature of the restaurant, I do have to say, is their buttermilk pie.

If you’ve never had buttermilk pie, you’re sort of missing out. If you’ve never had a buttermilk pie from Irma’s, you’re really missing out.

Every bite is just as delicious as the last, the crust is perfect, and while $3 for one slice is a little pricey, it is definitely worth your while.

Buying a whole buttermilk pie for $10 is definitely a better deal and you’ll get to enjoy it at home too.

If you’re looking for a pie to bring to Thanksgiving dinner, everyone will thank you for bringing them a yummy Irma’s buttermilk pie.

Along with these delicious treats, Irma’s also offers Frito chili pie, chicken fried steak, hot dogs, salads and more.

Not only is the food great, but I’ve received good service when I’ve been there as well.

Irma’s Burger Shack is a great, affordable place for yummy American food.

Rating: A

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