Thursday, June 30, 2011

Bachi Burger

A while ago Daly discussed her trip to Bachi Burger, a local restaurant in the area just south of the airport. Her descriptions made the place sound interesting, so we made a trip out there and were so pleased we’ve been back again. It’s a local burger place that offers this American staple in an Asian style. They also have steamed buns, interesting drinks and other items.

Located in the corner building of a strip mall, with a Subway shop on the other side, parking is easy and it’s convenient to most of the south valley. Not very thrilling from the outside, and rather bare on the inside


It still is a friendly place to enter. The staff members are all smiles and helpful, eager to explain the menu to new visitors. We started off with the assorted Asian pickle appetizer, an interesting combination of tastes and textures


B had one of their burgers and I opted for some tasty meat on the steamed buns along with a cone of interesting fries


Bachi Burger has a full assortment of boba teas, shakes and beers for liquid refreshment, and a few sweet desserts (which we have been too full to try). An interesting place, a good alternative to regular burgers, and a relatively inexpensive evening out. We’ll be back, and I’d recommend it.

Thanks for the referral Daly.

5 comments:

Bill said...

I'm sorry, those three "sandwiches" kinda look like they have denture problems.

Froggy said...

Wow, that food looks terribly yummy. Interesting fries sure does sound like a good description!

SOL's view said...

The steamed buns look ... interesting!

The Blonde Duck said...

What is a steamed bun?

JoeinVegas said...

Steamed buns are Japanese origin (I think) - instead of putting your flour dough in an oven for baking you put it in a steamer. The moisture cooks the flour but keeps the bun softer and it doesn't brown.