05-20-2009, 09:41 AM #1
House of Klaus - Best Burgers in Grayton ?
I had heard great reviews from people trying the new "House of Klaus" in Grayton (Old Fun-in-the-Bun) and tried it for lunch yesterday! Fantastic burger with his own special flavoring to make it truely unique.
There are a lot of great burgers in the area, and this is clearly near the top if not at the top. You have a huge selection of styles to build your burger with, in addition to many other sandwiches, salads, Chili Dogs, and even multiple entree's if you want.
I love Flip Flop burgers, but with the quality, size of the burger, and all the summer traffic to get through Seaside and Seagrove, I will be returning regularly!
I did a double take the other night when driving by when I saw the Klaus sign. Looked like they were open for dinner.
About the burger, got fries? I will give it a try. I have rarely met a "flavored" burger that can top a well-grilled top angus.
05-20-2009, 10:04 AM #4
It should be " Haus of Klaus"
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05-20-2009, 10:50 AM #5
05-20-2009, 04:00 PM #6
He also has home made ice cream! Yum!
I love his Klaus Burger and my hubby says the Corn Beef can't be beat!
05-20-2009, 08:42 PM #7
Ate there tonight. His currrent dinner special is 1 pound of Snow Crab and a half pound of Shrimp plus corn and potatoes for $17.95!
05-20-2009, 09:27 PM #8
Looking forward to trying the burger. Don't love the Flip Flop burger I'm sorry to say and am
surprised so many do. To each his own burger I guess.
05-21-2009, 06:10 AM #9
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FABulous Rueben with a side of warm German potato salad.
The homemade vanilla ice cream is a thing of wonder! A real amble down memory lane! Tastes like the old fashioned rock-salt-hand-cranked-hard-work version from my childhood.
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05-21-2009, 08:20 AM #10
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05-21-2009, 08:24 AM #11
Where is he located? Want to try the corn beef.BEACH LOCAL
05-21-2009, 08:44 AM #12
It's directly across the pond from the Hurricane Bar. They are open for dinner til at least 8 pm.
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05-21-2009, 01:37 PM #13
Do they also have Pastrami as well as Corned Beef?I think of government as the Mafia without the moral authority or predictability. Ron Hart
05-21-2009, 10:55 PM #14
I agree as i went to flip flops after reading this board and it was just ok. red bar and shades have the best burgers imho.
05-22-2009, 07:47 AM #15
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I ate here last week, and the burger was very good. It is like a mini meatloaf on a bun. The side of potatoes au gratin was good. Looks like a good menu...pretty extensive, and not expensive~~Dream like you will live forever....Live like you will die tomorrow~~
05-22-2009, 02:30 PM #16
Lunch today was yummy!! I had bacon cheeseburger with pasta salad, hubby had pastrami on marbled rye with au gratin's, brother had extra bacon cheeseburger with deviled eggs, dad had guacemole cheeseburger-all very good, oddly, pastrami may have been my fav!!! burgers were large, not packed too tightly and had onion cooked into the meat. Deviled eggs were the best I've ever eaten at a restaurant (thought not quite as good as my aunt Karen's). We shared 3 ice creams for lunch: vanilla, double chocolate, strawberry-all homemade and tasty, strawberry was our favorite, also shared a piece of peanut butter pie-very good and not too cream cheesy but very peanut buttery as it should be!! Klaus was a friendly host who seemed glad to chat with our chatty table and talk to us about his evening meals and upcoming specials. We really enjoyed it and plan to return for the crab and shrimp boil-he expects to add blue crab to his special tonight or tomorrow!
06-13-2009, 12:29 PM #18
Can anyone give me some contact info for this restaurant? Email would be fab!
Also, is there a menu online anywhere?
How is the seating? Abundant enough for a large family of 7? :)
I don't know if he has his a website yet.
There's seating for 6-8 at low tables and seating for 8-10 at tall tables inside then there's seating for another 12-18 outside.
06-15-2009, 05:46 PM #20
We had 6 the other night comfortably...the burgers are great IMO.....i had a cheddar/mushroom. Whats he call it, the mooroom or something?!?
07-01-2009, 10:55 PM #21
I've known Klaus for a long time but only tried out the Klaus Burger this week. First off, I should mention that I walked in with my family about fifteen minutes to close (shame on me!) but Klaus welcomed us with open arms and didn't whine like some other restauranteur might; second, my family is composed of two and vegetarians and two omnivores, so there's usually custom orders involved; and last but far from least, the food was great! I loved the Klaus Burger - it had the unique spices that made it different, but really nicely so. And it wasn't too different as to make it hard to define as a burger. And when I finished the six inch tall burger, I didn't feel like there was an anvil in my stomach. Klaus made my wife a vegetable and cheese sandwich that was as big as the burger and she said it was delicious. Good job Klaus! I'll be back for sure!
07-02-2009, 02:12 PM #22
WOW! WOW! JUst WOW! A new burger and "all else" place in Grayton (even though it is new Grayton not old Grayton), and with homemade tasting ice cream? I am all over it beginning 7/3. All OVER IT!
09-02-2009, 02:01 PM #23
So happy to see all the GREAT reviews for Klaus! We went there on opening day and I had the Klaus Burger...it was HUGE! I could only eat half (of course, saved the other half for my dinner ;o) The burger was FABULOUS!!! We're going this Sunday and can't wait to try their ice-cream...especially after all the wonderful comments! Rock on, Klaus! peace and blessings to you and yours, Cathi's Sista, JamieLee
09-02-2009, 02:25 PM #24
Yes, Klaus is a great guy!
I placed a to-go order at his place 2 weeks ago. I was surprised at the decent beer selection so I drank one while I waited. They did a very nice job boxing everything up for me to eat it while watching the sunset on Grayton Beach...
The Klaus Burger was very satisfying- good portion and taste. The spice/sauce he uses is top notch. My favorite thing about it is that it is nothing like any other burger on 30a (besides the fact that it is meat on a bun)...
I was almost scared away by the "Best Burger in the Universe" sign he has out there on 283. It sets way too high of expectations. My suggestion is for him to change it to "second best burger in the universe" and then refuse to let anyone who asks know where the first best burger in the universe is...
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I saw a scooter on 393 yesterday with the company name on it. They must be doing delivery.Anthony
I love a good burger, so I feel the need to add my $.03 to this question if Klaus has the best burger. I've ordered the Klaus Burger only once, and my thought was, "if I wanted a meatloaf sandwich, I would have ordered a meatloaf sandwich." My "burger" was more like a meatloaf patty. Yes, it was a lot of meat, but it tasted as though it was steamed, rather than grilled. Very soft (mushy) feeling patty.
That said, I've heard several other people say they love it. I just prefer a little density in my burgers and much prefer grilled burgers.
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