Forkers, like the Diner, got popular quickly. If I were them I'd be thinking about opening up another branch soon.Mother Theresa wrote:Great selection of burgers, as everyone has said, and reasonable prices. BUT, we waited 45 minutes to be seated (arrived there 1 pm on Sunday), my wife finally gave up in a serious evil mood and left, so I stuck it out with my daughter (for which my wife is now threatening divorce -- seriously ), and once we were seated we waited another 45 minutes for our burger to arrive.
True, it might've been just bad luck as there was a party of 20 or so college-age Taiwanese ahead of us. But, they still should've done better than that. For instance they kept one table out front empty for over 30 minutes because they said it was reserved. Perhaps it was, but that party (of two) should've lost their reservation once they were 10 minutes late, given the long wait by others.
Anyway, my daughter and I enjoyed our burger. Not huge serving, but definitely tasty. But my wife swore she'll never eat there, and I'm sure that's true. So, I won't be there often either -- pretty much the same as the Diner. Good food but too slow. Definitely not worth it in my case for the seriously insane repercussions. Easier just to go downstairs for noodles.
Don't let appearances fool you, by the way. Just like the Diner, the clientèle may appear to be mainly Taiwanese, BUT THEY'RE REALLY JUST CHEAPO CANUCK ENGRISH TEACHERS IN DISGUISE! FORKERS IS A SHOCKING SULLYMENT of Taiwan's RESTAURANT INDUSTRY!