The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by lvdkeyes » Thu Jul 16, 2015 8:23 am

My bf ( who doesn't normally eat burgers) had the cheeseburger at Beertopia and said it was very good.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by Up2u » Thu Jul 16, 2015 11:30 am

The beef patties come AKA and I believe are the same frozen Australian beef patties used by Richard Burk when he was at Coco's. Problem for me is they are precooked and cannot be served medium rare (my preference).

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by lvdkeyes » Thu Jul 16, 2015 12:54 pm

Eating pre-ground beef cooked to only medium rare can be dangerous to your health.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by gerefan » Tue Jul 21, 2015 9:43 am

Without doubt the best burgers are sold by the nice lady in Soi VC just past the Colonial bar before you get to the turn for Yensabai condo. Green coloured Cabin on the left side of the road.
Cooked fresh and piping hot as a take-away.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by Gaybutton » Tue Jul 21, 2015 10:39 am

gerefan wrote:Without doubt the best burgers are sold by the nice lady in Soi VC just past the Colonial bar
I don't know if I call them the best burgers, but I've bought hamburgers from her before. For a small mom-and-pop stand they are very good. I don't know what she does, but I certainly like them. I don't know her name, so I just refer to her as "the hamburger lady." Assuming we're talking about the same stand, she's been there for years.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by Up2u » Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:04 pm

Jim's Burgers & Beer (from Bangkok) has a Pattaya location near Central Marina. A group of us went there and four had a beef burger and the fifth a chicken burger. Although Jim is American, the burger choices I would describe has nontraditional. 10 different burgers, you select from four different buns. Burgers are small or large, expect to pay about 350 baht for a large including fries and a soda. Short menu(salads, nachos, etc.) imported beers. Place is kinda cute, funky and small. I had a large burger, cheese, bacon, jalapeños, grilled onions, bacon. I thought it was different and tasty. Worth the drive there from Jomtien. Give it a try and form your own opinion.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by readerc54 » Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:16 pm

Up2u wrote:you select from four different buns
A frequent dilemma we all face.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by RichLB » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:51 pm

I just finished eating the cheeseburger from PattayaMeals.com. It was surprisingly good. Nothing exotic, but a really good basic burger and only 160 baht delivered hot right to your door. The potato wedges could be a bit better, though.

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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by thaiworthy » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:53 am

RichLB wrote:The potato wedges could be a bit better, though.
If you want to include the best french fries, this article summarizes. Hamburgers and french fries seem to go hand-in-hand. Not sure where you could find the horse fat, but since lard seems to make flakier pie crust, this recipe would seem reasonable. You would have to make these yourself at home.

http://www.hungryinhogtown.com/hungry_i ... crisp.html
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Re: The Best Hamburger In Pattaya!

Post by lvdkeyes » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:40 am

You can buy lard at the markets, but it is liquid. When you refrigerate it is becomes solid.

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