Back in 2018, news of a 1,000-strong waitlist and an average of only four burger servings per day propelled Taiki Tsubota’s “pay what you feel” burger pop-up, Homeburg, to fame. Since departing its makeshift home at On Nut’s Hubba co-working space around 18 months ago, the experimental burger joint has teased fans with the promise that it will be back.

Just when that promise was starting to materialize, with a new home on Sukhumvit Soi 51 close to completion, Covid-19 sent it all into a tailspin. As no stranger to exorbitantly long waitlists, Tsubota is now offering vouchers for use at Homeburg’s yet-to-open second coming. Priced at B1,990, or B3,580 for two, each voucher counts as a meal, consisting of three small starter dishes, one burger, one dessert and two drinks. Buyers will also be the first to receive a reservation link when the restaurant is finally completed following the current crisis. The vouchers will be valid until December 2021 and can be purchased here.

In the meantime, you can get your burger fix from Tsubota’s Bun, Meat and Cheese offshoot at The Commons Saladaeng, currently available for delivery or take out, priced from B300 per burger.


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