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.
House-ground lamb and angus beef, burrata and oregano, house aioli spread, served with fries. $15
Lark, San Francisco CA
The patty looked SO tiny on the bun, but it was sure tasty! I’m not sure I’ve ever had a burger with burrata on top before, but I’d definitely have it again (I love burrata!). And the fries were damn good!
Hawaii ranchers beef, sharp white cheddar, bbq ketchup, garlic aioli, lettuce, tomato, onion. Served with fries. $19.50
Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Honolulu HI
This was a hefty burger, and tasty to boot! The patty was tender and I liked the flavorful condiments. The fries were also pretty great!
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!
One 4 ounce patty, ground daily all natural Niman Ranch beef. “Everything on it” with lettuce, tomato, red onions, Super sauce, and cheese. $5.50
Super Duper Burgers, San Francisco CA
I was surprised when this came out because the patty looked MUCH smaller than normal. Are they really cheating us on beef?! #foodfail
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.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die
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!