to see what their burgers are made of (yes meat, but I was speaking metaphorically). The burger comes in three flavors, but only the teriburger is available via the automat. The teriburger is simply a burger with lettuce, tomato and teriyaki sauce. We gave that a shot first as it was most convenient. The bun was the first item to touch my lips and it was nearly perfect. Soft yet plump and easy to squish. The condiments were also fresh-tasting. While I didn't care for the sweetness of the teriyaki, it fits in with the asian themes of Bamn! As for the meat, it was tough. This was disappointing.
As for the non-burger fare, most of it was average but we both really enjoyed the fries and the mac & cheese krokets. I put up a less burger-oriented review on my personal site and have a flickr photoset of everything if you're curious.
Location: 37 St. Mark's Place (Between 2nd and 3rd Ave.), Manhattan [map]
Price: $4 for two burgers (cheese or teriyaki treatment is free)
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