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Customers at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck order their food March 12. Graveyard Burger offers a simple, but customizable, menu with many toppings and side dish options.
Customers at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck order their food March 12. Graveyard Burger offers a simple, but customizable, menu with many toppings and side dish options. (Aaron Knowles/Stars and Stripes)
Customers at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck order their food March 12. Graveyard Burger offers a simple, but customizable, menu with many toppings and side dish options.
Customers at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck order their food March 12. Graveyard Burger offers a simple, but customizable, menu with many toppings and side dish options. (Aaron Knowles/Stars and Stripes)
The James Dean burger, from the Graveyard Burger Guys, sits on a bed of deliciously seasoned fresh-cut fries.
The James Dean burger, from the Graveyard Burger Guys, sits on a bed of deliciously seasoned fresh-cut fries. (Aaron Knowles/Stars and Stripes)
The only downfall experienced at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck is the cold and uncomfortable seating area at certain times of the year.
The only downfall experienced at the Graveyard Burger Guys food truck is the cold and uncomfortable seating area at certain times of the year. (Aaron Knowles/Stars and Stripes)

A really good burger is pretty hard to find in Europe, but the Graveyard Burger Guys have you covered.

Located halfway between North Clay and Clay Kaserne in Wiesbaden, Germany, the unassuming food truck offers more than meets the eye.

With a short list of just four burgers and three side dishes, the menu doesn’t seem impressive, but the ability to customize your burger is. You have the choice to add things like jalapenos, bacon or even a fried egg. Beyond the build-your-own burger, there are more drink choices on the menu than there are food options.

Graveyard Burger Guys, which has a covered seating area, opens at 11 a.m. Monday through Friday, which is perfect for a quick lunch.

The burgers are large, freshly cooked and juicy. They are served on a homemade brioche bun, stacked high with customizable toppings and smothered in a selection of celebrity-named sauces. The Norma Jeane topping, for example, has sweet mustard, cress and mascarpone sauce, adding smoothness to whichever burger style is selected.

The prices at Graveyard Burger Guys are very appealing considering the freshness of the food. A combo deal, which adds their excellent seasoned fries and a drink, runs 11.90 euros. The most expensive of the four burgers, the James Dean, will run you 8.90 euros a la carte.

The only problem with dining at a food cart is the lack of protection from the elements. The entrance will remind you of entering a tent during a deployment. There are picnic tables with attached seating and only three walls.

If the Guys do not have their heaters on, you will not be comfortable. It’s best to check it out when it isn’t windy or cold.

knowles.aaron@stripes.com Twitter: @AKStripes

Address: Mittlepfad 7, 65205 WI-ErbenheimHours: Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.Prices: $8-$10Dress: CasualWebsite:graveyardburgerguys.business.sitePhone: 0160 94400222

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