Kitchen Delight is such a dream come true, I almost don't want to talk about it too much for fear of jinxing it and finding it was only a dream. Good, juicy, perfectly cooked burgers for a cheap price on my way home from work. Who could ask for more?
The space, formerly occupied by the “ehh” restaurant Bean is still tiny and hole in the wallesque, but now boasts really impressive food. The sliders and deluxe burger are outstanding, and I have been told that the veggie burger is equally impressive (though I of course will not be trying it). The cheese steaks have yet to pass my lips, as I'm finding it too hard to pass up the burger, but I assume they are made with as much care.
Also on the menu: thick frothy milk shakes and classic BBQ-style sides like macaroni and potato salad. Like other good spots in the neighborhood (see Noodle Studio) it suffers from less than stellar signage (anyone else reminded of Chef Boyardee?) and floats just under the popular radar, at least for now.
I am awaiting the inevitable day that foodies and chowhounds discover there is a new great burger in town that doesn't require an hour wait in line (yet) and doesn't cost 30 dollars. I just want to thank the guys behind this restaurant for making a little dream come true.