It is lunch time and you have just gotten out of your classes and decide to head to the Student Center for lunch. While waiting in the ridiculously long line for Chick-Fil-A, you look to your right and see a small purple stand near the lumberyard. There stands Twiggy’s Burgers, a new dining option that opened this fall. But is the burger place worth your money? Most definitely. 

Not only does Twiggy’s Burgers provide a delicious food option but it also has the newly implemented meal exchange option for those on the dining plan. Students have the option of exchanging a meal swipe for either an Original Burger with fries and a drink or the Disco Fries which are topped with bacon, friend onions and queso 

My top recommendations must go to the Disco Fries and Korean Flame Burger, which is a pepper jack cheeseburger with kimchi, fried onion, Pico de Gallo and gojuchang sauce. The Korean Flame burger is perfect for those who like their burgers with a little spice added on. For a truly Texan burger there's no going wrong with the Hays Co. Burger which includes bacon, fried onions, barbeque sauce and gojuchang sauce.  

Not only is this a refreshing new restaurant amidst the massive commercial chains but it is also the only burger place on campus. SFA has been in desperate need of a new chain as you can only eat so many chicken sandwiches and pizza before it starts to get repetitive. With the inclusion of Twiggy’s Burgers, you can have delicious food that is new and refreshing. 

Ultimately Twiggy’s Burgers has my full recommendation as the underdog restaurant of the Student Center. So next time you are contemplating your choices in the 30-minute line for Chick-Fil-A, head over to Twiggy’s and try their unique selection of burgers and fries. 

 
 

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