Business believes bigger is betterA La Carte
March 27, 2022
Story By: Tasha Mero | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO
For delicious burgers and more, visit Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, where they use 100% ground chuck with no binders or fillers.
“We season each burger with our Teddy’s burger seasoning, which is a blend of eight spices,” shares chief marketing and technology officer Matt Stula. “Then, we top it with our famous Teddy’s Special Sauce.”
The Kaneohe Burger ($13.45) is seasoned with Teddy’s Garlic Seasoning and includes fresh avocado, cheddar cheese, two strips of crispy bacon, and locally made brioche buns.
“We started featuring our Kaneohe Burger not too long ago, and it quickly became the go-to for many people,” Stula says. “The flavors that it brings make it so craveable, you’ll be dreaming of the next time you get one.”
Want fries with that? The restaurant offers both traditional fries as well as its famous Umami Fries ($5.49, small; $7.49, large). It’s coated with garlic butter, drizzled with Sriracha aioli and sprinkled with furikake.
Teddy’s Bigger Burgers also offers various beverages such as the Haupia Shake ($7.49, small; $9.49, large), which boasts a pound of Dave’s Hawaiian Ice Cream.
“We make the creamy concoction thick enough that you need to eat it with a spoon. It’s a local favorite!” Stula says.
Another popular item is its Tater Tots ($3.79, small; $4.99, large), which were actually removed from the menu during the pandemic in an effort to simplify the restaurant’s offerings, put were soon brought back due to customer demand.
“People got in an uproar about it and we quickly but them back on,” Stula shares. “We listen to our guests and are always striving to make them happy.”