Brick Burger: Where Everything is Awesome

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

I've been waiting for ages for this lego themed burger joint to open! Ever since I saw their tarpaulin and the picture of their soon to be served burgers, I already wondered on how will they craft that lego looking burger bun.. and if it really looks like that in person. And now that they're open and currently on soft opening, I didn't miss the chance to finally see for myself if this burger joint really serves lego looking burgers and if it really tastes good or it's just all about appearance.

It's quite an advantage for me because cool food finds seems to open near our place often this past few months. First. the Shinsen Japanese restaurant (which I hope to blog soon), and now the first lego themed burger in the Philippines. Ever since it opened its doors for food hunters, burger lovers, and most especially to lego lovers.. this place has been quite busy the past few days. I heard they're supposed to be open from 10AM to 10PM but just recently, they adjusted their soft opening hours from 2PM to 9PM. So being on a midshift, I called my boyfriend and asked him to accompany me in trying this new artsy and cool burger joint and have lunch with me. 

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

First off, the interiors! From the tables to chairs, to lighting's, to wall decorations, and display stuff.. it is all sooooo on point!! It stayed true to its theme.. It seems everything in here was customized according to the theme of the place. I couldn't find anything out of place except maybe the size of the place because the place gets full and has a long waiting list in just minutes after it opened. Lucky me and my boyfriend, they still have an empty table to accommodate us. I am impressed with the "welcome" custom lego (first photo in this post) because it's like a mini version of the whole area! It's almost so the same.

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

I am a lego fan since I was a kid.. but not to the extent that I collect different themed legos. I just love playing this when I was a kid and making stuff out of this blocks. Well, stepping on a lego is another story but I am not complaining.. it's part of growing up. LOL!

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade
Lego looking wall.

As of now, the seating capacity is 35 to 40 given that all the seats are taken. I hope they would expand their area sooner because this place will have long lines in the coming days.. or months because of how cool their concept is! This is a great place for kids and kids at heart that loves legos and burgers! Instagram worthy too!

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade
Look how nice is the wall clock.

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

And... my favorite lego creations so far. Everything was customized as if the setting is here in the Philippines. There's BDO, Cebuana Lhuillier, and Andok's to name a few. I am always impressed with people who can make a majestic stuff out of legos. 

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

And of course.. the food! The food better not disappoint or else all these cool interiors will be for nothing if it can't live up to all the patronizer's taste buds.

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

Unfortunately. even though I wanted to try all of the food they're serving, we don't have the appetite to do so. And since it's their soft opening, I guess it's understandable that some of the items in their menu are not available. Wanted to try their milkshake and onion rings pa naman but it's not available when we ate here. So on our first visit, we each ordered a burger. Boyfriend ordered Darth Vader. It has caramelized onions, mushrooms, bacon, sour cream, and bbq sauce. While me, on the other hand ordered Nacho Tuesday that has burger with lettuce, tomatoes, chilicon nachos, and cheese sauce.

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

This is the menu during their soft opening. I'm not sure if they will still change or add more items but I do hope they do add more!

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

Ta-daaaahh.. the burgers!

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade
Darth Vader. P250, add P45 for fries on the side.

My boyfriend wouldn't agree with this but I actually liked the burger. I will choose this anytime, any day over some other burgers. Also.. just look at the lego looking burger bun. I thought at first that the bun might have a weird taste.. but no.. it's actually filling.

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade
Nacho Tuesday. P230, add 45 for fries on the side.

This burger is the first one I ate that actually has nachos inside. In a reasonable amount of course! It's quite spicy.. perfect for someone who likes spicy foods like me! The chili con carne also added a different flavor to the burger making it unique. This proves that this burger joint isn't just for the looks and theme.. I am so relieved to know that they actually serve yummy burgers!

Brick Burger Hampton Gardens Arcade

If you're trying this burger joint soon.. you better come early as lines get long really fast. I am hoping that they expand their area and hopefully.. expand a new branch so people won't flock to this single branch that has a small seating capacity. As of now they're on their soft opening.. I don't know if they're planning on adding new stuff on their menu but I hope that if they're already in full operation.. they won't run out of stock for the food they're serving.

My rating? 8/10. Will I come back? Definitely! I will update this post and add new photos whenever we happen to eat here again. 

It's an A for effort on the theme and for being so on point. Indeed, everything is awesome!


Brick Burger
2nd Floor, Hampton Gardens Arcade, C. Raymundo Ave., Brgy. Maybunga, Pasig




Brick Burger at Hampton Gardens Arcade

CONVERSATION

26 comments:

  1. WOW! When I saw the title with the word brick, I was thinking bricks as in architectural design... So in some ways, yes, it is also the architectural design pero LEGO!!! WOW! Concern ko lang is if the owner has permission to use the design for architecture and aesthetics ng food.

    Having said that, I would like to try the burgers. I may avoid eating burgers but there are times when I indulge and the closest burger places here are the usual fastfood na iwasan dapat eh. I actually think stand alone is better than the big chains and looking at the menu, the prices seem reasonable.

    So, you have it at 8/10... one day soon. I will.

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  2. This is just so cute! I mean, legos and/or bricks for a restaurant? This is just unique. Tbh, this is the first time I've seen a restaurant with decorations like this. I do wonder the pesto if what's the extender? If it's chicken/shrimp/sausage? Hope you could tell me.

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    1. Hi! I haven't tried their pesto yet. But I'll update this post whenever I try something new from their menu. :)

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  3. I should visit this soon!!! I am from Pasig so it totally sold me in terms of convenience. I am not really a burger fan but for the lego, I will go for it! The pasta offering and the rest in the menu are affordable so I can choose easily a meal or two.

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    1. You definitely should visit! The interiors alone are so cool! :D

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  4. If only we are near Pasig, I'd go there myself! I love the interiors and the burgers are fairly affordable. Now I'm craving for some! I can imagine the kid and the kids at heart enjoying their time there because of the interiors :)

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  5. Ang bonnga! I never thought that someone would come up with this idea. Its like ang brainy. Nowadays, if you want to get a spot in the market, you really need to be different. And this one by far is one the coolest burger house I know. Hope to visit soon :)

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    1. Diba! The food scene is getting interesting because of the cool concepts. pabonggahan na talaga! You should visit and try. :)

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  6. 😮😮😮😮 This is a burger worth ditching diets for!!! The lego-shaped buns are so cool! I'm glad they taste awesome as well. I must try that spicy one 😃 Oh, my boyfriend will love to visit this too. He's such a lego addict. thanks for sharing!❤️

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  7. Wow! What a great concept!! I wanna visit this soon!! Hopefully when I pass by around Pasig. This is really a great post.

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  8. Thank you for this. I honestly took note of the address. I want to bring my boys there. They will definitely love the place and they would surely hug and kiss mama for this. Wahoo. And i am just so excited. I learn to love lego because of the boys. They even have a starwars lego collection and some ninjago.

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    1. I'm sure they will like the place. There are various lego stuff on display. Super cool! :)

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  9. Just wow! I love themed restos/cafes. I must say this one is among the coolest I had ever seen. I'm curious with the Darth Vader you tried. Looking forward to visit the place one day :)

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  10. Even though I don't eat burgers I have to give points to the originality. The Lego brick theme is super fun and the place looks awesome!

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  11. My boys will surely love this place! They are Lego fans! haha Will bring them to this resto when we are in the area. It's quite far from our place though.

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  12. Looks like a fun and quirky place. Such a catchy name too. The food don't look to shabby either. Will definitely check out when I'm in the area.

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  13. This is cute!!!! The first lego burger joint, feels like I'm a kid again haha. How did they manage to create a boxed patty with a lego shape?! I hope they sell legos too aside from the food :)

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  14. My son will definitely love this place. He loves lego, and the burger looks great. Kaya lang it's too far from us. Maybe if we will pass by in Pasig will look for this place

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  15. I have something to say here:
    First, I like the concept as far as I know this is the first of its kind in the country yet.
    Second, the vibe is very dynamic and youthful
    Third, I think 8/10 is fair judgement. The price for me to to much but it seems to compensate in the ambiance just the same thought like you mate.

    cheers! www.masterryo.com

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  16. Omg! I'm so jealous! I LOVE ALL YOUR PICTURES. The place is so gorgeous and look at that burger huhuhu. It's also pretty affordable. I dont mind spending the whole day there (not at all) :)

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  17. What a cool concept for a place! Such a cool and funky design :) I would love to visit there and try one of their burgers. You really captured the vision of the place with those pictures. Nice job.

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  18. Omg! That's awesome! I would love to visit the restaurant! It looks like something a little kid would thoroughly enjoy.

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  19. I absolutely love this idea! There aren't any children themed restaurants to speak of where I live now. Where I used to live in Portland there were a few. I can just see my children's faces as they walked in here! I can see why you waited so long for them to open! :D

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  20. AH! Your so lucky to be able to live so close to a burger joint like this one. Lego fans would love to eat here! If only I live near pasig... Ugh, I really envy you now. I want to try there burgers so bad. Ugh! Haha. Thanks for sharing.

    MicaThere's More To Mica

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  21. my kids will love this place! i'd like to ask how to get there if i'm coming from c-5? whats the nearest landmark that i should look for? thanks!

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    1. Hi Mary Grace! Sorry I don't how to get from C5 to Brick Burger. Landmark is Hampton Gardens Arcade along C. Raymundo.

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