First-round Draft pick Mike Williams was welcomed to his new home with the most famous burger in L.A. at Father's Office.
Upon arriving in Los Angeles, first-round draft pick Mike Williams went on a whirlwind tour of the City of Angels.
After working up an appetite, the wide receiver made a pit stop at Father's Office in Culver City on Friday. With one burger on the menu, Father's Office makes sure it's a showstopper.
But, a notable condiment is missing from the eatery's menu: ketchup. Instead, the burger is topped with an onion compote. Don't let the lack of ketchup deter you; Williams ended walking away a big fan of the Office Burger:
The unique bun, the no-substitutions mantra, the dry-aged beef. It's far from the sort of thing you'd naturally find at a burger place, and Williams is as skeptical as it gets. A few bites in and chef/owner Sang Yoon shows up to all smiles from Williams (and the Eater team, admittedly), who tells Yoon that he is in fact right: There's no ketchup needed with this thing.
Check out Eater's article for full documentation of Williams' trip.
If you can't make it out to Father's Office, don't worry, you can share his culinary experience and make the Office Burger in the comfort of your own home.