The worst service I have ever received..
My girlfriend got her food well before her shake. She was done eating and had to go ask where her shake was and where my burger and drink was. The girl behind the counter ignored her as she stood there, and my girlfriend had to get someone else's attention to answer the question. They made her a shake, and 10 minutes later I still had not received my food or soda. I went to ask about my food and drink, they said they must have lost the order (even though my girlfriend and I ordered together on the same ticket!). Then they were slow making my food, and was rude when I had to ask for my soda again after they didn't give it to me! It was hands down the worst customer service I have ever received in a restaurant. DON'T BOTHER GOING THERE!!! The Food wasn't worth the hassle!
A time capsule back to 1958, this Ballard burger joint draws Ballard High students and nostalgic locals.. In Short Sparkly red booths, a Wurlitzer jukebox, Centipede and Frogger old-school video games, oldies playing insistently in the background--this diner-like spot is a shrine to teenage hangouts over the past fifty years. Burgers are the main draw, priced by the patty number and slathered with secret sauce; an assortment of specialty versions includes the Godfather, with parmesan on buttered French bread. Crispy fish and chips with tartar also have a devoted following.
Fries to die for.
Oh my...I don't splurge on french fries very often, but if I do you better bet I'm going to Zesto's. The burgers are nothing to write home about other than they actually are made fresh when you order them (something that is pretty much unheard of in today's burger joints)--but my oh my....those french fries!