There are many hamburger variations that are called a “Texas burger.” A hamburger with mustard (and without ketchup) has been called a “Texas Burger.” A “Texas Burger” sometimes has chili or baked beans or bacon added.
A hamburger with pastrami is a specialty of Utah, not Texas. Some Los Angeles (CA) restaurants have dubbed a hamburger with pastrami as a “Texas burger,” but the name is far from standard, even in California.
23rd Street Cafe (Los Angeles, CA)
Texas Burger $6.99
Juicy Beef Patty with Pastrami, Cheese on Sesame Bun with Thousand Island Dressing, Lettuce and Tomatoes
Caridad Cuisine Truck
Categories: Sandwiches, Food Stands, Burgers
Los Angeles, CA
H and N.
I tried their Texas Burger which is a pastrami burger. It was one of the best pastrami burgers I’ve ever had. And it was done simply. Good bun, good sized, good quality patty, a heap of juicy pastrami, mustard and 2 big chunky deli dill pickles.
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • (0) Comments • Saturday, April 07, 2012 • Permalink