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Bachi Burger

If you're a burger lover, I definitely recommend Bachi Burger.  They're not like other specialty burger places in Las Vegas because their burgers have an Asian/Hawaiian twist to it!  


Nice condiment set!


Since it was my first time there, I asked my friends what I should get. They all said to try the Ronin Burger because it's very juicy.  That description grossed me out because juicy to me = fatty goodness, but they didn't mean it as in fat they meant as in flavor.  So I ordered it and ate the fastest out of everyone...It was wonderful!  It comes in a sweet bread bun, topped with caramelized onions, Japanese cole slaw, miso goma dressing, fried egg, katsu BBQ, and yuzu citrus aioli on the side.  

I noticed on the bottom of the menu a note that said all the burgers come from cows that were only grass fed (its what's they're only supposed to eat, not corn!).  That made my day, I haven't had that kind of beef in a loong time.

BTW thanks Danica for your artistic shot <3  


My friends and I each ordered different styles of fries.  My favorite one of all was the Truffle Parmesan Fries - French fries topped with parmesan reggiano, black truffle, chives, and sun dried tomato aioli.


Michael had one of the steamed bao sandwiches which comes with Peking duck, short ribs, or pork belly - they each have cilantro, scallions, radish, boiled egg, Chinese black vinaigrette, hoisin sauce/or horseradish yuzu aioli.  He said the sauce was really good about fives times haha. 

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