I’m not sure what it’s called so I called it “Kaslik’s Food Parking”. Before Starbucks and behind The Lord of the Wings, stop at the famous parking serving food from nine different street food stands. Moreish, Meateor, RGB, Al Rayess, Junkbox, Dany’z Dîner, Crepe, Frank and Sushi Burrito.
The first impression: every stand operates on his own, no rules and no general guidelines. The Parking spot is pretty dirty for a food area.
I’ve wanted to stop here for a long time until it was the right time; let’s have a burger!
Dany’z Diner has a special offer two classic burgers, two fries and two drinks for LBP13,000. On the menu: starters, burgers, and sandwiches, like a full-fledge American diner.
Starters: cheese garlic bread, cheddar fries, French fries, curly fries, wedges, buffalo wings, calamari rings, bread shrimps, mozzarella sticks cheese, chicken strips, nachos.
Burgers: classic, kafta, soujok, taco, double-double, Mexican, chicken, chicken cordon bleu, chicken Kiev, fishi, danyz.
Sandwiches: steak, chicken, tuna, Montecristo.
Let’s eat: one person prepares the order, fries, and burgers, he’s nice and makes things happen. He proposed to grill the onions when I asked for them to be removed. Let’s try the Mexican, the classic and double/double.
A loaded burger with the flavors of home: crunchy cabbage mixed with mayonnaise, crispy chips, a load of ketchup and sauce and a thick juicy patty stuffed between two tender buns lightly heated in the microwave. I enjoyed the burger as is, no complication and no sophistication, flavors of home prepared with care. Because I was not expecting that American meat, I enjoyed my experience especially for the price paid.
Passing by Kaslik, know that this food area closes at 3 am! An interesting choice of street food on your way back home.