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Dec 13, 2017

Review: Jack in the Box - All-American Ribeye Burger

Jack in the Box's All-American Ribeye Burger features a grilled, seasoned ground ribeye beef patty, provolone, red onion, tomato, hand-leafed spring mix lettuce, and mayo on a toasted artisan potato bun.

These cost $5.39 in my area but I had a two for $5 coupon.

The All-American Ribeye Burger is basically a slightly fancier and well-executed take on the standard burger.

The ribeye patty was juicy with intense, rich, beefy flavor. It's complemented well with crisp red onions, fairly fresh lettuce, and ripe tomatoes.

The cheese was the standard fast food mild, which is to say that it was creamy and inoffensive. The mayo was spread sparingly.

The potato bun offered a bit more of a crust than your typical burger bun and was just slightly denser.

Overall, Jack in the Box's All-American Ribeye Burger makes for an excellent burger with a delicious beef patty. Where the equally tasty Havarti & Grilled Onion Ribeye Burger layers additional flavors to meld with the ribeye, the All-American really lets the flavor of the same patty shine by itself. As to which of the two I prefer, I'd probably give you a different answer from day to day. I would warn against it if you like your burger patties on the lean side though.

Nutritional Info - Jack in the Box All- American Ribeye Burger
Calories - 640 (from Fat - 370)
Fat - 41g (Saturated Fat - 14g)
Sodium - 850mg
Carbs - 38g (Sugar - 6g)
Protein - 32g


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