Though the owner has paid attention to the interior details by using vibrant colours and themes, the layout of the place is only capable of accommodating a maximum of 12 people at a time, hence, it is more suitable for takeaways.
I had their Chicken Chilli Lava Burger which came along with fries and there was some level of spiciness in it but not as much as the name suggests. The patty had been fried to near perfection. The chilli lava sauce could’ve been better.
Next, I had their Chicken Tikka Makhani Wrap that I really liked as the sauces inside were amazing and it had an appropriate amount of chicken; neither too much to ruin the texture nor too less. The Chicken Korma Sandwich was good too.
As for beverages, we tried the Pineapple Ice Cream soda which ought to have a bit more soda in it, the Mudpie shake was really as thick as specified but the Black Forest Shake really stood out.
So visit Wat-a-Burger when you’re in Atta Market. It will fill you up real good without nudging your wallet.