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NEW RESTO ALERT: Slammin' Mini Burgers

This newly opened burger corner in Promenade (entrance going to Citibank) is not really new especially if you visit Greenhills often like we do. It used to be called Slammers and was located near the old TimeZone.

What I love about Slammers, now called Slammin' is their mini burgers. I mean, I have difficulty in finishing a big one so these mini burgers are perfect for me. Easy to share also. :)





Their new store is comparatively bigger and has a dining space as compared to the old location. I love the simple and clean interiors.



Aside from the mini burgers, they now have Fish N' Chips and premium mini burgers.



Oh look- they also have chicken wings!





And I love their Slammin' drinks: Iced Tea, Red Strawberry, and Blue Lemonade. I'm a bit partial to the blue lemonade though. I find it refreshing especially on a hot afternoon. A bottle costs P35 only.



All American Sliders, double P145.




Mushroom N' Bacon, double P175.




John Candy, double P185. This is quite filling because its an all-beef patty with bacon, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese and salted caramel sauce. Wow! This is daughter's fave also.



And here's our Slammin' friends. One of them is an old crew from the old location. Can you guess who? ;)




Slammin' Branches:

GH Promenade New Wing, G/F
Trinoma Mall, 3F Food Choices
Market Market, Cinema Level


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  1. Anonymous7:43 AM

    Let's try this slammin mini burgers sometime soon at greenhills...

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