Gansukh said the owners—brothers Arif and Nasir Siddiqui, and friends Imran Khan and Affan Khan—opened the original Webster location in February 2017 after traveling around and seeing the Seven Wonders of the World.
“[Arif] came up with an idea that if they can make the greatest burger, it could be the eighth wonder of the world,” Gansukh said. “It was just a fun idea to bring a different taste into the burgers and other foods we make. That was the foundation to open the restaurant.”
The eatery offers specialty burgers made halal, including the Hash Tag Burger with a fried egg, sausage gravy and hash browns as well as the Razz Burger, which is topped with raspberry sauce and cream cheese. The menu also includes various gyro wraps, homemade onion rings, wings, a fried burrito, mac and cheese balls, and milkshakes.
“We thought that Sugar Land needed a good, quality burger spot that caters to all communities,” Gansukh said.