Asian Burger Delivery: Six Alley

I’ve decided to more Delivery and Make Your Own Happy Hour Adventures because of the rise of cases happening. Plus I haven’t been doing too many Make Your Own Adventures so I wanted to start doing those again. There’s a lot more work involved with them since I have to cook up an appetizer, mix up a libation, and write about it. Luckily this Adventure is not one that involves much work since I was lazy and ended up going with a Delivery Adventure. I went to my go-to app for delivery and deals, Door Dash.


I probably could have made this a Takeout Adventure but as I mentioned earlier I wasn’t feeling like doing much work. Six Alley Noodle & Asian Burger is located just a short drive from my house and is surrounded by office buildings. This establishment was built to provide food for all the office workers in the area. However, with a majority of people working from home, there aren’t as many of these clientele dining here. This was the same case as the Twenty Eight Restaurant. After going through the menu I found the perfect item that would allow me to try the two items that are listed in the name, Asian Burgers, and Noodles.

Iced Snow Pear Juice

I went with the Asian Burger and Noodle combo and with any combo that means it comes with a drink. They don’t serve alcoholic beverages, however, they do serve some unique soft drinks that intrigued me. In the end, I decided on the Iced Snow Pear Juice. Snow Pears can be found in Western Asia and can even be spotted in Europe. I’ve never had the opportunity of biting into a snow pear or trying any snow pear flavored item, so this will be a first for me. The drink was very sweet almost as sweet as a Southern Sweet Tea. Yet one can still taste the essence of the distinct notes of a pear. I would like to have the opportunity to try a snow pear to see if the drink was at all similar to the fruit itself. I may have near the end added a little vodka to see how an alcoholic version would taste. It did dial down the sweetness but the vodka did overcome the taste of the snow pear.

Six Alley Signature Noodles

My options were limited for the type of noodles I could order and by limited I mean I had two options. Since I only had two options I figured the best choice was the item with Signature in its name. The Six Alley Signature Noodles are served with Shahe Fen which is long flat rice noodles. These noodles are quite slippery so for those of you that may not be an expert with chopsticks a fork might be the utensil to use. The noodles are served with bean sprouts, scallions, and tofu. Put to the side were two containers of sauce one being a soy sauce-based sauce paired with chili oil to bring on some orange coloring and spice. They arrived cold which may be the way they are meant to be served but I enjoy hot noodles so I threw it in the microwave to heat them. Overall I thought the dish was your typical bowl of noodles with nothing significant to note about it.

Six Alley Signature Pork Asian Burger

One of the reasons I wanted to take a look at this place was because the name had Asian Burgers in the name. I don’t know about you but I’ve never had an Asian Burger before. One memory that does pop up was an episode of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back where two chefs competed by creating a signature burger. And one of them combined Asian flavors into a traditional beef patty. However, this burger was unlike anything that I saw on the show. The first thing I saw when I opened up the packaging was the shape of the “burger”, it was shaped like a triangle. Next, was the bun was not your traditional burger bun, it reminded me of ciabatta bread but it wasn’t in its signature rounded square look. The major thing was the meat which was not patty shape but simply shredded pork. I was expecting pork since I ordered the Six Alley Signature Pork Asian Burger but I was surprised by the style of the meet. I thought the pork was cooked perfectly while containing all of its delicious juiciness. However, the bread to meat ratio was off and I felt I was mainly eating bread with a little bit of pork.

Overall the food was just simple with not too much happening as far as flavors go. The combo was $18.50 which is almost the same price as the $7.99 burger and the $10.50 noodles. So it is the $2.99 drink that gives you the savings of $3, which still doesn’t include the extra $4 that I got off with the discount. I’d say the value is there for the meal but as an actual Happy Hour, I wouldn’t consider it a cheap Happy Hour.

Website: Six Alley Noodle & Asian Burger







I’ve had some unique international style burgers. I’ve even made my own with the Mexican Burger that I combined chorizo into the patty. So my question is what is the most interesting international burger you’ve ever had?

Let me know down below in the comments and be sure to share with friends and family that would enjoy this Happy Hour.

May the adventures continue! Cheers!


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