Makati Leads - - Urban Bites -

“If big­ger isn't bet­ter, then why am I so popular?” This ques­tion, lit up near the ceil­ing of Teddy's Big­ger Burg­ers, is far from down-to-earth, but it has a point. The restau­rant is packed, even on week­days, and not with­out rea­son. It be­gan with a sud­den shower. Raymund Mag­daluyo was va­ca­tion­ing in Hawaii when he got caught in the rain, and quickly took shel­ter in the clos­est es­tab­lish­ment: a burger joint fash­ioned like a '50s diner. Upon try­ing one of its sig­na­ture burg­ers, he was blown away by the taste and re­al­ized that it was some­thing that he could bring home. And so, he did just that. Last Au­gust saw the launch of Teddy's Big­ger Burg­ers' first branch in the coun­try, which will be fol­lowed by nine stores around the Philip­pines— talk about go­ing big!

What to ex­pect:

Teddy's com­bines the '50s diner style of the orig­i­nal store with Hawai­ian ac­cents and mu­sic, trans­port­ing you to a mini-va­ca­tion of sorts. Its burg­ers re­ally are huge, with the largest burg­ers boast­ing a whop­ping 18oz of ground beef chuck. All the burg­ers are made-to-or­der, and are best en­joyed fresh off the grill.


Try its Kailua Burger (P415+), and top it with some Peanut But­ter (P35), which might sound strange, but once you try it, you'll won­der why you had never thought of it be­fore. Teddy's Big­ger Burg­ers, 3/L Green­belt 3, Makati. Open from Tues­day to Satur­day (5 p.m. – 1 a.m.) and on Sun­days from 11 a.m. – 3 pm, and 6 pm – 10 pm.

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