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Michael’s Charcoal Grill
May 16th, 2009 by Joemoney

Michael's Charcoal Grill1 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 101 vote, average: 6.00 out of 10
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Michael’s Charcoal Grill
http://michaelscharcoalgrill.com

Flying High in the Grillin Skies-

Michael's Charcoal Grill

Back in Midland and time for another review of a far away burger. This edition of Burger Tyme brought me to Michael’s Charcoal Grill. This establishment was all about grilled meat and airplanes. The interior was designed to resemble an airport terminal which is good or bad depending on how much you like airport terminals. I personally thought it was a pretty neat design. When you walk in you enter the “Check-in” line to place your order. Once the order is ready they call your name out to pick it up at a certain “Gate” just like at the airport! Behind the counter was the giant charcoal grill with a propeller above it. The menu features a variety of different meat related options. Of the burger options they were listed by order of size as either the Kong Burger which was a half pounder and the KING KONG Burger which was a full pound.

We are cleared for landing-

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After waiting in the line for a few minutes I placed my order for the Kong Burger with cheese and a side of tater tots. The wait wasn’t very long even though there were a number of people there. When my name was called I picked it up at Gate 2. The burgers here are served plain so I took it over the toppings bar to add on the lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pickles. The Kong Burger was a good sized half-pound burger. It was a grilled burger which is not my favorite. I prefer a fried burger because they tend to be juicier. The patty was fresh ground. This was an adequately juicy burger. The charcoal flavor was noticeable. The bun was a run of the mill sesame bun. It was fresh but just tasted like regular white bread. The veggies were just OK. I don’t like that I had to assemble myself. I find that these kind of burgers don’t stay together very well. Overall it was a good burger. The tot’s were very good. They were very crispy on the outside but not overcooked making them dry on the inside.

The Wrap it Up-

Michael's Charcola Grill

Michael’s Charcoal Grill was a nice establishment with a variety of items on the menu. The burger was good but not amazing. To recap, it was a grilled burger and not fried. It is served plain and you have to put on the veggies yourself. If you are in Midland and are looking for a good place where you’ll have many options Michael’s is your place. There are better burgers out there but in Midland you are pretty limited. I’ve already reviewed Bob’s Better Burger in Midland and many of the locals recommended going to Fudrucker’s.


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