There’s nobody in this world who has ever said that they prefer small and neat burgers with the least amount of ingredients as possible. Well, I guess that’s what you call a slider — but that’s beside my point. One of the major charms of a great burger is how messy it can get.
This burger topped with an avalanche of eloté corn and crushed Hot Cheetos comes from Lock & Key Social Drinkery (LKSD) in Downey, California. Complete with two grass fed beef patties and adobo crema sauce, you’ll be scraping up every single kernel off your plate.
If eloté and Hot Cheetos dust is not for your palate, LKSD has burgers for just about anytime of the day:
- Breakfast — The BAE Sandwich: an aged sharp cheddar cheese omelet, sunny side egg, avocado, applewood smoked bacon, and chipotle adobo mayo between a buttery croissant.
- Brunch — The FML Burger: two grass fed beef patties, American cheese, applewood smoked bacon, maple mascarpone, all between a French toast battered bun, and drizzled with hot maple syrup.
- Dinner — The End All Burger: two grass fed beef patties, a secret sauce, American cheese, applewood smoked bacon, New York-style pastrami, shredded duck confit, sunny side egg, lettuce, tomato, and onion, on a buttered bun.