|Packed with tasty, modestly sized burgers|
This trailer hails from the home base of B52 Burgers and Brew out in Inver Grove Heights. Surprising to no one, the menu consists mainly of sliders: beef and veggie patties. The test would be how these mini burgers tasted. The shock would come from a non-slider side dish that was singularly delicious.
|No meat in here|
On the day we visited they were serving a regular beef slider, a patty melt, a veggie burger, a Reuben, and a Bavarian slider all clocking in at 1/4 lb. The veggie burger ($7) is entirely made from scratch. The exterior is extra crispy, satisfyingly crunchy and the interior is soft and creamy. Served with a fat tomato slice and crunchy leaf on a squishy, toasted bun, it's a hearty and satisfying vegetarian lunch. All the sliders are served with golden, puffy fries that get even better when doused with malt vinegar.
This pretzel bun-hugged Bavarian burger ($6) is slathered with sweet and spicy mustard and crowned with white onion, and was the crowd's favorite of the sliders. The bun had a pleasant amount of flavor and a satisfying heft of texture. The coarse ground meat was toothsome, cooked to medium, and flavor enhanced by the copious amount of that delicious mustard.
|Corn fritters like you've never had before|
The corn fritters ($5) were a little like a hush puppy, but more like a Flamenco dancer on the fine line between sweet and savory. The interior had a doughnut-like plush texture studded with explosive kernels of sweet corn. The chipotle mayo dipping sauce makes the whole thing even better -- the smoky spice enhancing all the flavors and marrying with that whisper of vanilla in the batter. These are street eats worth driving across town to find.