I've noticed a trend: red pepper on fish and chips burgers. At Fairfield Fish and Chips you get a nice round sliver, but at Fish on Fifth they do things a little differently. At this Sidney chippery the strategy is to blacken a big meaty chunk of red pepper on the grill. They then place it in their package along with some lettuce, red onion, and dill pickle. This particular plan of attack results in the pepper sliding out of the burger quite easily when you chomp down. I have to say I prefer the more subtle method employed by Fairfield.
As for the other elements at play: they're all fairly adequate. The patty has a very faint bubblegummy texture, but juices are there and the flavour is alright. The bun is soft and squishy, and provides a near perfect ratio to the meat. The burger balance is perhaps confused a little by the abundance of bacon and cheese competing with the veges, but it's not that alarming an askewment. This burger will fill a hole, but it's not likely to leave you hollering for more.
VERDICT: Fish and Chips are the smarter pick here (they truly are excellent)... but that was obvious right?