Opened recently at Grote Street in Adelaide, MK's Cafe is a good place to enjoy a wide range of burgers. Diners are offered complimentary table water, taking away the need to purchase a drink with your meal. My father enjoyed the quality of the coffee served at MK's Cafe; something which he felt was missing at most of the burger joints we have visited so far.
The beef patties in their beef burgers were of a good size and had the degree of "char-grilled" flavour to make eating them enjoyable. The combination of jalapenos and chilli mayo gave their Hot and Spicy Burger a delectable spicy taste that was not too intense and the inclusion of onion ring gave this burger a bit of crunch.
Hot and Spicy Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
If you are not a fan of spicy food, the Eldorado Burger could be the burger for you. The barbecue sauce gave the burger a smoky taste, which was complemented well by the tangy dill pickle. Much like the Hot and Spicy Burger, the Eldorado Burger also had an onion ring to provide some contrast to the other ingredients. For a bit of an extra cost, you can add chips and a drink to make your burger a complete meal.
Eldorado Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
As its name suggests, their Tater Tot Mayhem features the potato nuggets known as tater tots, which were crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The ground beef mixture and barbeque sauce gave the dish its delectable savoury flavour and a scattering of spring onions provided an element of freshness. This dish normally comes with sour cream, but we had ours without because my father does not like its taste.
Tater Tot Mayhem (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
If you drop by the café between 4pm and 9pm on Fridays, you can enjoy any of their burgers for only $4. The café also offers laser tag and virtual reality gaming. Diners can also enjoy having a go at PlayStation 4 and Xbox games in their gaming lounge. This makes MK's Cafe a great place for hosting a party.