I stopped in yesterday for a cheeseburger and onion strings. Fries are $40 and onion strings $55. (EDIT) Combos are a burger plus $55 for fries and a soda or $70 for onion strings and a soda.
To backtrack a bit. When I went over there in the afternoon and was scanning the order board from outside, one of the staff came out to invite me in. Wow, I wish my employees were that proactive.
As you can see from the photos the place is a clean, well-lighted place.
When I went there later in the day I was greeted warmly and the food came out much faster than I expected.
I'll say this is the most authentic American-style cheeseburger that I have had in Taiwan.
1. The patty is the juicy type. None of that cardboard frisbee Mc. stuff.
2. The lettuce was fresh and crisp.
3. The cheese... excuse me for a minute... Almost every other place puts the cheese on during assembly. Burger Stop actually does it right! Melted over the patty as it cooks. The result is "Gooey Goodness".
Juicy + Crisp + Gooey = Delicious.
Dave and Yvonne are a friendly couple and as the chief said, it looks like they have a good business model (K.I.S.S.). Great service, food, and price. You can look forward to seeing franchising.
I tried to twist his arm to get beer. Hopefully they will soon. Also, he already put mustard out on the condiment table but with the special sauce (ketchup/catsup and mayo?) I don't think you need it. The only slight niggle would be that I would like the bun toasted a little more but I'll ask for that next time.
The onion strings are very addictive.
For you (particularly Doc, Tigerman, and Fee) that enjoy a good American-style burger you should get there now.