Fatburger – where diners can enjoy an entire farm on a bun

When hankering for a burger, a good burger that is freshly made and never frozen, visit Fatburger in Temecula. Recently, Fatburger promoted a Reese’s Peanut Butter Milkshake with a Thousand Island Fatburger.

A thick, creamy peanut butter shake is not a common flavor and it is even harder to find a place that knows how to create a shake with a subtle peanut butter taste. This shake will quench your thirst and cool your taste buds.

The Thousand Island Burger is made to order on a toasted bun with lettuce, tomato, melted cheese and topped with Thousand Island dressing for added zip.

Another popular sandwich is a Fatburger with bacon and eggs. It is described as having “an entire farm on one bun.” Any good, juicy burger has to have a side and at Fatburger you can choose from fresh onion rings, fat steak fries, or skinny fries.

The desire to use only the freshest ingredients to make quality food is what prompted Ray and Nargi Malik to bring Fatburger to Temecula.

“I like the service industry and I believe in the brand, which is about premium quality food at a lesser price,” said Ray.

Not only are the burgers made to order, but the onion rings are made from real onions. Guests can order hand-scooped, real ice cream shakes or sit down to a warm bowl of tasty chili. The fries are cooked in 100 percent cholesterol-free oil, served to you by friendly staff members.

Fatburger is not a fast-food chain. Ray describes it as “casual dining.”

“We customize your meal to order. You can request a burger to be made medium or well-done, with or without mayo, pickles etc.,” he explained. “Once guests order, they can sit down and one of our servers will bring the meal to them.”

If you are in a rush or have a short lunch break, take advantage of the online website where you can order your meal ahead of time: www.fatburger.com/Order-Online. The burgers – since they are made to order – can take up to five to seven minutes before served, so plan ahead to enjoy your meal.

The first store was opened in 1952 by Lovie Yancey in Los Angeles. Yancey’s beef patties were so large and juicy the only fitting name for her business was Fatburger.

Fatburger in Temecula is located at 40573 Margarita Rd. Suite D. Phone (951) 296-6340. The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday through Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

2 Responses to "Fatburger – where diners can enjoy an entire farm on a bun"

  1. DR DR   March 10, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    I’m getting fat just thinking about it. America is obese….please stop!!!!

  2. Lee   March 11, 2014 at 11:22 am

    You are what you eat.


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