Teddy’s Bigger Burgers and Tiki Bar in Makati
Hailing from Hawaii, Teddy’s Bigger Burgers at Greenbelt 3 stands out with a floral and beach theme. Think of it like going to a usual Hawaiian diner with lots of memorabilia.
An ode to the original Teddy’s Bigger Burger flagship store in Hawaii
Founded by Ted Tsakiris and Rich Stula in Oahu, Hawaii, they made waves and said aloha to the Philippines in 2014. They boast their charbroiled burgers with pride and also their side dishes such as fries, onion rings and much more. Recently Teddy’s Bigger Burgers Philippines team went to Hawaii to bring the authenticity in terms of design and style, which they added a tiki bar.
Inside are photos of the founders and the original store
Teddy’s Bigger Burger is a famed fast food shop in Hawaii, specializing in burgers. What makes them stand out is the recipe for the burger patties, in which they use right proportions of meat and fat; they also use steak for their meat. Quality ingredients are blended in each patty and some ingredients are even imported.
Spam Fries (Php 298)
If you’re looking for quality burgers, this is definitely the place to go. Order their Spam Fries (Php 298) as small nibblers before the main attraction. Take your pick from any of their three dips: honey mustard, sriracha aioli, and spiced ketchup.
Baecon Me Crazy (Php 347 for a single patty, Php 427 for double patty)
One of their best sellers is the Baecon Me Crazy Burger (Php 347 for a single patty, Php 427 for double patty), a steak burger with smoked bacon, cream cheese, and vegetables.
Kailua Burger (Php 347 for a single patty, Php 427 for double patty)
Refreshments: Tanglad Fresco (P95), Tiki Halo Halo, (Php 195), Teddy’s Fresh Lemonade (Php 95)
Their burger buns are made with potato, which makes it soft and somewhat sweet as well. The Kailua Burger (Php 347 for a single patty, Php 427 for double patty) has a Japanese flair to it with Teriyaki sauce, a blend of savory and sweet. As we know there are a lot of Japanese who migrated in Hawaii, at this restaurant they also have poke bowl to try for something different.
Spend your weekdays and weekends with a blast at their tiki bar, where unique and house-made cocktails await you.
This also appears on Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine’s December Issue (Vol. 117).