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Pink Bellies' Animal Style Burger Banh Mi Inspired by Kendrick Lamar

A little bit of California on Calhoun Street

Behold the Animal Style banh mi.
Behold the Animal Style banh mi.
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Pink Bellies food truck owner Thai Phi says he was watching Viceland's Noisy episode on rapper Kendrick Lamar, which made him think about California, which naturally led to thoughts In-N-Out burgers. "I looked on Instagram, and I don't think anyone has done a burger banh mi," states Phin, so he created one — Animal Style.

For those not familiar, the title Animal Style refers to In-N-Out's secret burger menu and means mustard and grilled onions are added to the order. The burger banh mi utilizes this same formula with two burger patties, American cheese, pickles, tomatoes, red leaf lettuce, grilled onions, mustard, and a special sauce.

Pink Bellies is located on the corner of St. Philip and Calhoun Streets. Follow on Twitter for the daily menu.

Pink Bellies

595 King Street, , SC 29403 (843) 640-3132 Visit Website