The idea of a burger meal for lunch has a lot to do with reducing poise, being extra sloppy with each bite, having greasy hands with relaxed pig-faced look. I’m clueless on how you eat your burgers. My take on burgers has a lot to do with the word “sloppy.” Push away that poise and lip gloss. I get messy, especially if I use my bare hands. It becomes even sloppier when I cut them in half and share with whoever’s with me. At most times, O gets a portion.
Slammin’ Burgers came up with a concept of dividing their burgers by serving two or three smaller-sized burgers per order. Groups would normally ask assistance from the waiter to cut their burgers smaller in half or in four. Culturally speaking, we enjoy food when we share it. And when we order several types of burgers – I’m speaking for my family and friends by the way – we want to try each type. With mini burgers, we get to try more flavors at once.
Slammin’ president Patrick Dy and his partners decided to take their existing brand, Slammers Burgers, in a new direction. “We changed our whole culture, look and logo. Totally revamped and upgraded our menu. The main reason for change is for Slammin’ to eventually become the number one mini burger concept in Asia.  -Slammin’ PR
The new branch located at the newest Promenade wing of Greenhills Shopping Center had O and I take notice of it because of its open room, minimalist style and floor size with burgers on the menu. My wandering eyes paused on Slammin’ Mini Burgers, took my sight to zoom on their menu and checked out their list of burgers.

The Food:

Here’s a stack of mini burgers I ordered from Slammin’ Mini Burgers. All burgers made with 100% all-beef chuck.
Bacon N’ Mushroom (Php 175)
Rate: 4/5
I had the popular Bacon N’ Mushroom in my hands. Square and evenly shaped all-beef chuck patties swept with melted cheese, mushrooms and chips of bacon. The classically bacon-inclined friends will hang around with this kind of burger.
Crispy Chicks (Php 125)
Rate: 4/5
On one side of burgers, you’ve got crispy chicken meat to slam you if you’re not into the beefy ones. Think of a homemade chicken nuggets sandwiched with two mini buns. That’s what you get out of Crispy Chicks.
Romeo + Juliet (Php 185)
Rate: 5/5
A more adventurous line of burgers – limited for only 6 months – had my attention than the rest. Romeo + Juliet is a party of honey cured bacon strips, melted cheddar cheese and strawberry jam. Using strawberry jam jived to the beat of these mini burgers. I give it an ‘a’ rating for being adventurous yet delightful.
Fish N’ Chips (Php 185)
Rate: 3/5
Crispy golden brown batter coating the soft delectable fish fillet is an alternative finger food for those who want to rest from the grass-fed meat and be ‘pescatorian’ for a while. Dipped in oil for more than its deep-frying time may be the reason why it gave me that distress of tasting fluids of oil.
Mighty Mushroom Bacon Fries (Php 125)
Rate: 4/5
Take me to the movie and get me a box of cheesy and sloppy fries. Yes? Hehe 😉
The success rate of convincing me to order this Mighty Mushroom Bacon Fries is probably 99%. Large thick fries loaded with toppings gives me no reason not to avail for myself as a side dish.
Wings N’ Chips (Php 165)
Rate: 3/5
Dull and dry, not a advisable for those who are critical with their wings. Chicken wings deep-fried and tossed in either the mildly hot sauce and tangy Buffalo-style sauce or the sweeter Honey Glazed sauce, both served with a dip of your choice. For a chicken wings-holic like me – yep, I have to make-up and attach the word ‘holic’ to describe myself – it might be behind the red line of your standards. Better stick with the burgers and fries.

The Ambiance:

No doors to push or pull. What you see is what you get. Slim tight space for little kids to move around. A take-out counter might be more appropriate with a number of seats to accommodate waiting customers. The tasty mini burgers deserve a wider room to sit more clients.
You get to watch the staff prepare your mini burgers in a cramped space from the counter or the glass window by the kitchen. Kudos to this guy who served us with energy even if he was just alone. His partner was on break so he had to serve from left to right all by himself. It may not be as speedy as fast food but he deserves an applause for his job well done.
Nope O, you didn’t slam the ball like a basketball. You just slammed in more burgers in your body. Hehe. Sorry for making you fat – I mean, fatter. Haha!
You could also use these props from Slammin’ Burgers for your photo ops with your friends.
Have you tried Slammin’ Mini Burgers in Promenade?
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Location: G/F Promenade 3, Greenhills Shopping Center, Ortigas Ave., San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm
Instagram: @slamminminiburgers
Budget: PHP200++

Food 8/10
Ambiance 8/10
Service 9/10
Cost 8/10
Overall 8.25/10