Who would have thought one of the best burger I’d ever have would be in Hua Hin Thailand. Their slogan is “We convert vegetarians” and I believe them.
Binta Burger is not a bricks and mortar establishment. It’s a food cart that unfortunately only comes out at around 8:30pm. I say unfortunately because I often get a hankering for a burger at lunch time or early evening. But when it does finally come out you can bet there is usually a line up.
It’s nothing fancy either, no camembert cheese, no focaccia bun, or avocado topping. Just a classic, simple but delicious burger with fresh ingredients.
It’s a handmade 100% beef patty, on a fresh sesame seed bun, and topped with the following optional ingredients: American cheese slice, crisp lettuce, juicy tomato, caramelised onions, bacon and egg, ketchup, mayo and mustard. No frills, just simple burger goodness cooked on a skillet in front of you.
It’s located in the bar area of Hua Hin just outside of Click bar, which is a perfect location considering those burgers make the perfect post drinking snack at around 2am once the bars start closing down.
I know it’s pitiful, here I am in Thailand and I’m bigging up a burger cart rather than Thai food. But hey, when something’s good, it’s good and deserves a shout out.