I am happy to say the Point Burger remains the top burger in Victoria: a remarkable achievement for a package that uses a supplier patty. The patty used in this little trip to heaven comes from Centennial Food Services and is made of Sterling Silver Alberta Beef. It was just as juicy and delicious on your recent trip as it was the first time we met this sly little vixen. Would this burger be better with a house made patty? Perhaps; but maybe it's better to not mess with a good thing.
The only thing that has changed since our original review is the bun. The bun on our recent trip was a little smaller and chewier, but still played among the other items well. The wild B-C mushrooms, perfectly melted cheese and crisp, salty bacon all envelope the patty like the warm arms of a first love. This really is one of the true triumphs of the local burger scene.
This redux review wouldn't be complete without a quick note on the service and recognition we received on our recent trip to Aura. Apparentely we're credible reviewers or something because our waiter said he quotes our earlier review often, and has sold "at least two hundred burgers" based on its plaudits. This guy was so excited to meet us you'd think he'd just received a miracle wish. We actually ended up getting an industry discount and being introduced to the sous chef. Yes it's true; somehow we've turned an unhealthy alternative to meeting girls into something worthy of respect. Kind of hilarious yah?
VERDICT: Aura and the Victoria Burger Blog: BOTH FUCKING MAJOR!