Over the past 7 years, I have seen many changes take place at Bravo Burgers, some good, some not so good. The biggest areas of concern have been around consistency of the food and staff not always sending drive thru customers away with their correct orders. It appears now that things have greatly improved and these key areas do not exist as frequently as they once did. I base my feelings on observations and talking to many customers who frequent here often. With that said, let’s talk food!
Like most fast food restaurants, the menu is large featuring a huge array of breakfast, lunch and dinner items. One of their popular items to enjoy in the morning is their Bravo Breakfast Burrito $7.99. This stellar burrito features a two scrambled eggs, crisp hash brown potatoes, cheddar & jack cheese, and bacon, ham and breakfast sausage which is all stuffed in a large flour tortilla. The combination of all of the ingredients really worked well together and the burrito was delicious and can easily be shared. Adding some of their salsas from their salsa bar is also a nice addition.
The next three items included Bacon Avocado Cheeseburger $5.89, the Hot Pastrami Sandwich $5.99 and the Tuna Sandwich $5.25. The cheeseburger consisted of a charbroiled 1/4lb. burger, American cheese, two strips of very crisp bacon, avocado, Thousand Island dressing, lettuce, a slice of tomato, onions, and a pickle on a toasted whole wheat bun. The burger was juicy, nicely seasoned and quite delicious, especially if you have it with their seasoned fries, fresh fried zucchini or onion rings. The Pastrami sandwich was also a good choice! The fairly large roll was stuffed, and I do mean stuffed with a massive amount of tasty pastrami that was not overly fatty and came with mustard and pickles on the roll. The last order on this flight of dishes was the Tuna sandwich made with Albacore tuna, mayo, and celery and served on your choice of bread with lettuce and tomato. I love tuna and this rendition was very good. Next time, I would order it with onions and a slice of cheese for an extra layer of flavors.
Before I talk about a few other items I ordered, I must give credit to the cooks who seemed very organized, worked fast and seem to have good teamwork ethics while the servers were friendly and very efficient. Although you order your food at the counter and the food is brought to your table, the servers are very accommodating if you needed anything extra.
The last of the items that I ordered were the Boneless Chicken Plate $7.69, a hefty portion of boneless dark meat chicken marinated and charbroiled and served with a sampling of onion rings, fries and zucchini, and a dish that is perfect for those thinking of going on a diet the next day, the eye popping Bravo Fries $6.29, a very large bowl filled with layered with fries and cheese and topped with your choice of meats (I chose Carne Asada), chopped tomatoes, onions, sour cream and guacamole. This was absolutely messy, oh so fattening but delicious and addicting. This is perfect dish to share and one dish that you will get stares from other customers when it arrives at your table.
Bravo also offers many “healthy” menu options like Grilled Fish, Turkey Burger, and the Boneless Chicken with steamed vegetables, fresh fruit and low-fat cottage cheese to name a few.
I am glad that this restaurant has made the needed changes and I look forward to coming back again and trying some of their other items including some of their healthier choices.
1911 Redlands Blvd
Redlands, Ca 92373
Sunday-Thursday 6 am to 9 pm
Friday & Saturday 6 am to 12 midnight
Price Range: $2.05 to $9.99
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