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Burgerville - 3 Reviews - 4229 Ne 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97230-1337, Portland, OR - Burgers Reviews - Phone (503) 252-1804

Burgerville

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4229 Ne 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97230-1337
Portland, OR 97230
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(503) 252-1804
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They have really good halibut fish & chips and make some really good burgers! Their food is always fresh and hot. Unfortunately, because they serve better food (in my opinion) ...

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Burgerville used to have the one of best hallibut fish baskets in town. Since about 2009 I am increasingly...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/31/2012

I mentioned this to BV Corporate before, but they never responded. I think that, as being ecology minded, BV should encourage folks to get out of their cars and come into the restaurant, rather than burn fossil fuel. more

Sad to things go downhill since 2009. 6/13/2012

Burgerville used to have the one of best hallibut fish baskets in town. Since about 2009 I am increasingly... more

Sad to things go downhill since 2009. 6/13/2012

fishwish Provided by Partner
Burgerville used to have the one of best hallibut fish baskets in town. Since about 2009 I am increasingly disappointed in the degenerating quality... more

good fish & chips and burgers 10/7/2009

They have really good halibut fish & chips and make some really good burgers! Their food is always fresh and hot. Unfortunately, because they serve better food (in my opinion) than McDonald's, BK, Carl's Jr., etc. their prices are a little higher. I remember the days when I used to be able to get their fish & chips for around $5, now you pay close to $8. I still go there as I love the food, I just go there a little less now because of the prices. Pros: good food for either lunch or dinner Cons: a little pricey more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Primary-colored chairs and tables, chrome-trimmed counters and retro jukeboxes transport diners back to the malt-shop era of the '50s and '60s. Known for using fresh ingredients,...

  • 8/7/2008 Provided by Citysearch

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    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    East Portland Neighborhood Office, Parkrose
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