From street stalls to steakhouses, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to great burgers. We’ve rounded up ten of the best burgers in the UK, just in case you fancy a little beef-on-bun action this weekend.
The Grizzly Bear at Stokey Bears, London
(Cheeseburger topped with double oak smoked bacon and Burger Bear bacon jam) – £10
On the side: Angry Fries (HOT!) and locally brewed craft beers and sodas.
The Dead Hippie at MEATliquor, Leeds
(Two French’s mustard-fried beef patties, Dead Hippie sauce, pickles, lettuce, mustard, ketchup) – £8.50
On the side: Monkey fingers, bingo wings, and their killer chili cheese fries.
Elliot’s Cheeseburger at Elliot’s Café, London
(Ginger Pig beef, beer-braised onions and Comté in a linseed bun) – £15
On the side: The burger comes with fried Maris Piper slices (not chips) so all you need is a glass of red wine.
The Hawksmoor Burger at Hawksmoor, Manchester
(Longhorn beef and bone marrow patty with Ogleshield cheese or Colston Bassett Stilton) – £12
On the side: All their sides are fantastic, but definitely get some chips with Béarnaise for dipping.
The BB burger at Bar Boulud, London
(8oz beef patty, foie gras, short ribs, horseradish mayo, confit tomatoes, black onion seed bun) – £24
On the side: The burger comes with fries, but be sure to save room for their apricot tart.
The All American XXXL Roadhouse Burger at Hickory’s, Chester
(Two beef patties, smoked bacon, pulled pork, Cajun onion rings and American cheese) – £13.95
On the side: This beast of a burger comes with fries and slaw. Wash it down with a Mississippi Mule.
The Smokey Bandit at HotBox, London
(Aged patty, smoked short rib, jalapeno, red cheddar) – £12
On the side: Sweet potato fries, smoked mac ‘n’ cheese and pickled jalapeno slaw.
The burger at Slim’s Pork Chop Express, Liverpool
(Homemade sirloin and chuck pattie with house burger sauce) – £6.00
On the side: Josper grilled corn and Rainy Day fries topped with cheese and deep fried brisket.
The Goodman burger at Goodman, London
(Aged beef patty, lettuce, pickle, tomato and onion) – £15
On the side: Beef dripping chips, truffled mac ‘n’ cheese, and New York cheesecake for dessert.
The Brunch Burger at Flaming Cow, Eton
(6oz beef patty, crispy bacon, American cheese, portobello mushrooms and a fried egg) – £9
On the side: Some frickles (deep fried pickles) and a whiskey-spiked Caramel Jack milkshake.
We know we’ve only scratched the surface here, so if there’s a great burger in your hometown that we should know about, tell us about it in the comments below.