Lamb burger banh mi – Belcampo Meat Co.

Lamb burger banh mi - Belcampo Meat Co.
Ground lamb shoulder and belly, pickled carrots, daikon, jalapeno, cucumber, cilantro, sriracha mayo, fries. $17
Belcampo Meat Co., Larkspur CA

The kitchen was kind enough to split the order between two plates, and we didn’t even ask. That was cool! The burger was very tasty. I loved the lamb flavor and the patty was juicy and tender. I also liked the Vietnamese flavors. What I didn’t like was the weird ketchup. It was super sweet and kinda ruined the perfectly delicious fries.


Banh, baby banh sandwich – Big Chef Tom’s Belly Burgers

Banh, baby banh sandwich - Big Chef Tom's Belly Burgers
Pork belly patty with Vietnamese caramel sauce, hardboiled egg, fresh jalapeño, cilantro leaves. $8.95
Big Chef Tom’s Belly Burgers, San Francisco CA

This sandwich was delicious! I loved the Vietnamese flavors and the chopped hard-boiled egg was a great addition. The pork belly patty was moist and juicy and so flavorful. Noms!

Ahi burger – Gott’s Roadside

Ahi burger - Gott's Roadside
Sushi grade Ahi tuna seared rare with ginger wasabi mayo, Asian slaw & cilantro on a toasted egg bun. $15.99
Gott’s Roadside, San Francisco CA

This ahi tuna burger IS delicious, but it’s $17.39 after tax so it makes for a pricey lunch item. You really can’t have this often otherwise your lunch budget dwindles down quickly.

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Deluxe burger – Dick’s Drive-In

Deluxe burger - Dick's Drive-In
Double 1/8 pound grilled patties, with melted cheese, lettuce, mayonnaise and pickle relish. $3.10
Dick’s Drive-In, Seattle WA

I love Dick’s burgers! They’re one of the things I crave when I’m back in Seattle. They’re SO delicious and easy to eat. I think it’s the combination of mayo and pickle relish that does it for me. AND they’re SO affordable! Noms!