Whenever there's a huge selection of burgers it's sometimes overwhelming. In some cases, if we're tasting with a large enough group, we'll order a few different sandwiches and split everything. I came here with one other Burger Eater and we ended up eying the same thing: the Shu Burger.
chipotle sauce, light bell pepper, and pepper jack cheese
(I love spicy)
Presentation: Stout likes to keep it simple, and I like that. No frills with the delivery, which basically means you get exactly what you want. If you're expecting fries, don't. You'll have to order those separately.
Taste: Strong but not overwhelming spiciness. If you're looking for a classic burger go elsewhere. The cheese and sauces compliment each other nicely, but this detracts a bit from the taste of the meat.
Quality: Ingredients were of a decent quality. Nothing fancy or sub-par. I'd say it's slightly above the average quality level of most burgers, especially in the under $10 price range.
Variation of ingredients: This is the kicker... They have so many different combinations of exotic ingredients on the menu that deciding which burger to get was the most difficult eating decision I've made in a while. Bravo!
The Burger Eater's Rating: 9.5