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The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

Review: Acme Burger

Kayla Beaton

Acme Burger | 550 E Cotati Ave., Cotati | (707) 869-3300 | Most entrees under $15

5 of 5 Oak Leaves

Signature Dishes

The Acme Burger, fried chicken burger and the Sonoma Mountain beef, all alongside the variety of fries.


Burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, chicken, grilled cheese, fries and onion rings are just a taste of the many delicious food items at Acme Burger. The restaurant offers a variety of fries including shoestring, sweet potato, Cajun, garlic and chili cheese, in addition to the many other side options they have.

The takeout time was quick; the food was perfectly neat inside the carry out box. Then once you get home, that first bite, its taste will make you melt. The french fries were seasoned the right amount, and the burger was cooked to perfection. The Acme Burger tasted amazing and is something that people have to try.

There is a lot of food for a good price. It’s like a Thanksgiving meal. You will feel full, but want to keep eating. They also offer discounts for students and first responders.

The Breakdown

Category What were we looking for? Score out of 5
Packaging Neat? Sustainable? Did they remember cutlery? Napkins? Condiments? 5
Hygiene Was clerk wearing gloves? A mask? Both? Neither? What were the pick up and waiting areas like? Clean/neat? 4
Speed and accuracy Food was on counter ready for pickup 5
Portion size Was it filling or were you left wanting more? 5
Leftovers Were there leftovers and, if so, did they reheat well? 3
Quality of Food Freshness, quality of ingredients 5
Tastiness of Food Flavor, spice and texture 5
Customer Service Friendliness, responsiveness 5
Overall Rating With 5 being a perfect score, this restaurant rated: 5

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About the Contributor
Kayla Beaton
Kayla Beaton, Staff Writer
Kayla Beaton is in her third year at SRJC, majoring in journalism. This is her second semester with The Oak Leaf and this is her first semester as co-sports editor. She hopes to transfer in the fall to either Sonoma State, Long Beach State, San Diego State or Cal State Fullerton. Kayla wants to become a sports broadcaster in hopes of working at ESPN. Kayla grew up playing and watching sports, she also loves dogs and has three of her own.

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