The best in burgers, chicken sandwiches, and milkshakes!
Crazy Good Kitchen
SERVING BURGERS, CHICKEN, SHAKES & BEERS THAT TASTE OH SO CRAZY GOOD!
We Have Two Locations!
Crazy Good Kitchen is a family business! With his background as a Butcher in Brazil, owner Tony brings both his family and his passion for quality product and flavorful, comforting burgers to the diner. In the kitchen, son in law, Bernardo and marketing-driven Daughter, Pillar, tag team to create the crave-worthy burger creations that you've come to know and love that are truly - so crazy good.
Son, Arthur, dreams up tasty dessert recipes such as the ever-popular towering milkshakes and refreshing açai bowls! Last but not least, Tony's wife, Selma, helps with day-to-day business management and strives to create an enjoyable and fun work experience for all employees!
It's all in the family here at Crazy Good Kitchen! Please say hello on your next visit to the diner!
WHAT WE SERVE
Our founder, Tony, spent many years working in a butcher shop in Brazil where he learned the value of top quality cuts. Our beef is ground in-house to ensure top quality burger patties that we feel proud to serve to our guests and our own family.
Our burger recipes are inspired by both CGK's culinary director, Bernardo, as well as Creative Director, Pillar! All of our burgers are "smash burgers" and served medium. CGK's tasty southern style fried chicken sandwiches are prepared in our house buttermilk marinade - then, breaded and crispy fried to order - so you get a crazy good crunch in every bite.
At Crazy Good Kitchen, we pride ourselves on offering a crazy good experience - no matter how you 'join us'. Stop by our diner in Malden, our full-service restaurant in Boston's Back Bay, order for pick-up or delivery, or get CGK for your event or office with our catering menu! If you are looking for How To Find the Best Restaurant in Boston, come visit us! We offer top quality product in every experience - every time.
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