In a bowl, mix all the ingredients for the special sauce then place in the fridge until ready to use.
Heat your grill at high heat (around 450F) for direct cooking.
Grab a handful of ground beef (around 1/4 lbs… ish) and gently roll it into a ball. Repeat this for 6-8 balls or until you’re out of meat.
Add a cast iron skillet or plancha over the flames to heat until it's slightly smoking (about 450 on the skillet).
Add a burger ball to the skillet.
Place a piece of parchment over one ball and then firmly press with the spatula until the burger is “smashed” on the skillet.
Season the patty with salt, pepper and garlic. Let cook for another 1-1.5 minutes.
Carefully flip the burger patty over and then season the new side. Top with a slice of cheese and let melt for 1-2 minutes.
Once melted, pull off and rest. Repeat for the rest of your patties. When the burgers are done, pull off and keep warm.
Add your sliced bacon to the skillet to cook until they are crispy golden brown, then pull off and keep warm.
Finally, add some more oil and heat up the skillet until it's smoking. Crack your eggs onto the skillet and fry for sunny side up doneness. Pull off once done.
Before building, toast your burger buns until golden brown.
Build your burger with the bottom bun having mayonnaise, double stacked patties and your bacon.
On the tip bun add mayonnaise, pickles, red onions, fried egg and chopped chives.
Pop your egg yolk before serving then put the two sides together.
Serve and enjoy!