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Three Feathers Diner

I am my fathers daughter when it comes to loving burgers. I have a great appreciation for a really good, juicy flavoursome burger.

I’ve heard only good things about Three Feathers in Woodstock, so on Saturday afternoon Sox and I headed over to the busy diner at 68 Bromwell street, Woodstock.

A lime green Corvette welcomes you into the “man cave.”

Muscle cars, juke boxes, a pool table, graffiti and cartooned walls and other paraphernalia will keep you entertained for hours as your eyes dart from space to space.

Three Feathers specialise in hamburgers, which can we washed down with a selection of craft beers or milkshakes.

Each burger is named after a car and The Mustang seems to be a firm favourite.

Sox and I just felt like a good ol’ cheeseburger, so we each ordered the G.T.O (no bun and no basting sauce.)

Even as a little girl I’ve never liked a hamburger with the bun – long before Banting! I’d always take the bun off and eat the patty and garnish.

I love places that have open access to their kitchens and I always watch on curiously.

Each burger is made completely from scratch and I watched the fresh ingredients being prepared…

 Soon our burgers were ready…

Since being sugar free and ordering my burgers without the basting sauces or other sauces, I find that without the basting sauces most burgers are covered in, burger patties tend to be pretty bland.

This was quite the contrary and absolutely delicious! The patty was cooked to perfection – pink in the middle, juicy and really flavoursome.

Our cheeseburgers were resting on top of a green salad with tomatoes, gherkins and creamy avocado.

Just mouth watering great!

I spotted this handsome burger about to be whisked off, so I quickly snapped it… This is a bacon, egg burger with a fresh, lightly toasted sesame bun and chips.

We ended off the lunch with a coffee and a very satisfied tummy.

It’s a place you have to go with a group of mates, take turns in choosing songs at the jukebox, play rounds of pool and eat juicy, delicious burgers until you’re bursting at the seams.

I cannot wait to go back and I actually want to get a whole group together to watch the rugby there. What fun!

To find out more details about Three Feathers or to book a table/function (tell them I sent you) call (021) 448-6606 and find out about their specials via their Facebook page.

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