When we arrived at Handmade Burger Co we were instantly greeted and offered a choice of seats as it was the middle of the day it wasn't massively busy so I can't really comment on service during busier times but whilst I was there the waitress was super lovely and helpful. We were introduced the menu and shown what is new, the problem with Handmade Burger Co is there is TOO much choice and I can never decide what I want, but I guess that's a good thing as I am usually left with zero choice being a Vegetarian and a fussy one at that.
I ordered a Cajun Burger which is what I usually order because I am bad at being adventurous, although this time it was NEARLY a goats cheese and pepper stack but at the last minute I changed my mind and Luke ordered the Mexican burger as he said he's never had one which hasn't disappointed so maybe this was the place to try. Me and Luke usually order two portions of chips and are usually way over faced with our huge burgers and chips so went with portion between us as they are generous servings. We decided to go for the Peri Peri chips, I do usually go for Cajun chips but fancied a change *bad error* my mouth was crazy on fire when I ate both at the same time, and I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to 'spicy' food so I was nearly crying and had 4 glasses of diet coke!!
The food apart from the spicy element was AMAZING, the chips always taste so good and you can tell they're made fresh, I love the Cajun burger as there is more to it than other vegetarian burgers as they make a thick pate and lots of salad in a fresh bun, I always top my burger with mozzarella as it gives it an extra bit of flavour and I am addicted to mozzarella! Luke also loved his beef Mexican burger and was a lot less phased by the spice compared to myself and said the nacho cheese was an amazing touch and he actually had a decent Mexican burger for once, yay.
Overall as per usual I was crazily satisfied with my meal at Handmade Burger Co and will of course be going back again next time I am in Brum.