Love sauce, heirloom tomato, curried pickles, wild boar bacon, a quail egg, American cheese, "a 50-50 blend of prime tenderloin and brisket" patty, and a grilled white bun.
I visited on a very slow Tuesday afternoon, no wait. I walk up and am greeted with a "Hey, what do you want?" So the service was already a bummer for me. I ordered the burger, it came out in about 10-15 minutes, a very nice time. The bun was not toasted all the way, so it was soggy but it didn't kill the burger yet. The wild boar bacon was a nice touch, but it wasn't anything special. The quail egg was overcooked and chewy. Now the patty itself was interesting in a bad way. This is claimed to be the holy grail of burgers and well, it just wasn't. The sear was not there, causing the overall meat to be dry. It really was a huge disappointment.