CLOSED: Rockers Burgers and Beers

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )



Rua Almirante Barroso, 1294, Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil

Serves meat, vegan options available. American / rock n' roll influenced fast food restaurant. Reported offering with just 2 vegan burgers - be sure to specify no mayonaise, etc. Reported closed, Jan 2018.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, American, Pizza, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by Oisin

Doesn't exist - Edit

there is no such a place... I walked a lot to get there and try some burger and it doesn't exist

Pros: no pros

Cons: no exist or wrong address on app

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nice burger joint - Edit

Menu is in Portuguese but when i asked about veggie options the waiter was helpful. My Portuguese is not great but i ordered what he suggested and hoped for the best. he came back to ask if i was vegan and if i needed vegan cheese. burger itself was ok. it could have been done a bit better... but i didn't notice until i was half way through!! gluten free options are available as well as gf beers. Went Friday night 8.30 October and the place was mostly empty.

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Good burgers, but not very vegan-minded - Edit

The interior is quite nice and very diner-y. The restaurant is busy—I had to wait about 15 minutes for a table (though this was on a Friday night around 8:30 p.m., so probably among the busiest of times, and there was a big party occupying four tables). Seems a fairly local place—at least, I was the only foreigner there when I went. The staff were all very nice and helpful, though the girl who took my order didn’t seem to know very much about what was in the food or what could be exchanged.

There are no vegetarian or vegan markings on the menu, and I didn’t see any English menus available (though it’s possible they have some if you ask).

You can request any burger as vegetarian, with some kind of veggie patty (didn’t taste like soy, but I’m not sure what it actually was) instead of meat, but you have to look out for other non-veg*n ingredients yourself. Some of the burgers are served in butter-roasted buns, for example, and others have (presumably non-vegan) cheese or (definitely non-vegan) bacon.

The burgers seem fairly standard, but at least the one I had (Texmex—the one marked as spicy, though it wasn’t really) was very good, and very filling. Burgers come with fries, which do not, however, come with salt or mayonnaise—there’s ketchup and mustard on the table, but to get mayo, you have to pay an extra R$3, about 80 cents. It was not specified what the fries are fried in, so you’d have to ask if you want to be certain that they’re vegan.

Their mayonnaise is home-made and apparently does not contain egg; I didn’t ask whether that meant it is vegan or not. It’s definitely good.

The milkshake I had was fantastic, though obviously not vegan.

I paid R$ 32 (US$ 8) for a burger, fries, a milkshake, and a bottle of water. On the cheap side of moderate, I’d say.

Pros: Good burgers, delicious milkshakes, cheap(ish)

Cons: No veg*n labelling on menus, staff didn’t seem veg*n knowledgeable

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