Once upon a time a Quebecois dude moved to Victoria and couldn't find a good smoked meat sandwich. He opened a restaurant in Esquimalt so that people could eat good smoked meat sandwiches and other Quebecois cuisine too. Skip forward about two years and the fairy tale continues as I, Donald Kennedy, went to said restaurant to eat a cheeseburger.
I must say I was pleasantly surprised when I chomped down on this burger (as I lounged care-free in Esquimalt's memorial park). When you order this package "all dressed" you get mustard, green relish, onion, tomato, and what tastes like 'slaw. The 'slaw flavour was so different from what I am used to, that I had to pause for a second while mangeing. It took about two shakes before I realised this interesting addition was in fact making my lunch experience fun, as opposed to uncomfortable and weird. The 'slaw flavour mixes in pretty well with the mustard, providing a condiment mix that is well balanced and refreshingly unique.
The beef patty isn't exactly dripping in juices, but it tastes pretty decent. It is also formed just a teeny bit loose, allowing its flavour to mingle nicely in your mouth with the other burger elements. The bacon and American cheese are placed on the bottom bun (a la Fatburger) and both have that wonderfully comforting flavour that is oh-so common among superior diner burgers. The bun is soft, and ever-so-slightly chewy. As for the size, it is in perfect ratio to the burger, and holds everything together in supreme fashion. Imagine Fairfield Fish and Chips, but better.
VERDICT: Unique, satisfying, changes internal weather patterns.