I ordered the veggie burger with cashew cheese & a side of crispy fries. The vegan burger was tasty: a nicely seasoned, meaty patty, lovingly balanced with grilled eggplant, aioli, homemade pickles, greens and nestled inside a yummy, sweet potato roll. It was one of the tastiest veggie burgers I've eaten at any restaurant. It was a damned good burger!
The crispy fries were tasty, but not described well. They were thick cut potatoes, baked and far from crispy.
I knew it was going to be an expensive burger....but $19.50 for a burger and fries is steep! I get it, they are using superior products to make a sustainable, healthy and delicious eating experience for their customers...and I appreciate that! But food that's good for you doesn't have to be expensive!
At the very least, for $20 give me a big burger and a healthy portion of fries.The burger was delicious but little. The fries: M.O.B. threw a few sad fries in a container and called it a day. Potatoes are cheap (organic or not), it doesn't cost anything to hit me with a decent portion of fries. Step your fry game up M.O.B.!
A final note...There's nothing hip hop about a $20 burger. Hip hop is about being innovative, making something out of nothing, and thinking outside of the box. Hip hop was not created as an elitist indulgence. If M.O.B. truly wants to show love to the hip hop movement and the borough of Brooklyn, they would make a concerted effort to offer more affordable items on their menu.
M.O.B., show love, it's the Brooklyn way!
Overall, M.O.B. REstaurant is a must try because their veggie burger is amazing!!!
The tasty burger may get me to venture back into M.O.B.’s- but the price point will keep me from being a regular.