Bun Meat and Cheese
Taiki Tsubota broke the Internet back in 2018 with a 1,000-strong waitlist at his “pay what you feel” pop-up. Since then, his perfectionist burgers have found a permanent home in Thonglor. Expect precision, super-light Japanese milk buns and steamed cheese plus optional caramelized onions, shallots, sweet gherkins, pickled jalapenos, housemade ketchup, mayo and more. The Homeburg burger is a legend.
Homeburg mastermind Taiki Tsubota has opened a new outlet for his infamous burgers titled Bun Meat and Cheese.
Taiki broke the Internet back in 2018 with news of a 1,000-strong waitlist and an average of only four burger servings per day at his “pay what you feel” pop-up. Now fans have a slightly easier way to get their burger fix.
Located on the first-floor terrace at Thonglor's 72 Courtyard nightlife complex, this six-month pop-up booth will serve 100 burgers a day, prepped with precision by Taiki's small kitchen team.
Expect super-light Japanese milk buns and perfectionist 170g beef patties topped with steamed cheese and optional additions, including caramelized onions, crispy shallots, sweet gherkins, pickled jalapenos, fries, housemade ketchup and mayo.
Burgers are priced at B320, plus an additional B20-30 per topping. Stump up B380 and you can try the viral Homeburg burger in all its glory. Pork patties are on the way.