Thursday 23rd August marks #NationalBurgerDay and we are going to be all over it. Whether you love a classic, are up for a challenge, or even if you’re vegan, we’ve rounded up all of London’s best burgers so join us in the celebration by sinking your teeth into one of these.
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Only the best beef
WHAT? ‘ARI GOLD’ Cheeseburger. A 35 day aged Aberdeen Angus patty with cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickled onions, ketchup, smokey P&B mayo sandwiched in a brioche bun. We needn’t say more.
WHY? You can’t go wrong with this classic burger with a premium edge.
The beef & venison combo
WHAT? Voted London’s Best Burger 2016, the Veni-Moo is made up of a beef patty, venison patty, cheese, béarnaise & caramelised onions all served on a brioche bun.
WHY? The beef & venison combo makes for a great alternative to your regular burger.
The posh wagyu burger
WHAT? The Flame-Boyant. The combination of Wagyu beef, rocket, wasabi mayo, beef tomato, red onion, and blue cheese in either a brioche or sourdough seeded bun makes this a seriously posh burger.
WHY? With beef from massaged Japanese cows, there’s no posher way to enjoy a burger.
The ultimate burger challenge
WHAT? The Devastator. This 8-inch high burger made up of 18oz chuck steak and 200g of pulled pork, covered in 6 rashers of smoked bacon and 6 slices of American cheese is an almighty food challenge. With the success rate of finishing at a measly 7%, this burger could leave you truly #devastated.
WHY? Fancy becoming the next Adam Richman? Tackling this challenge is a good place to start.
The build your own burger
WHAT? Make your own burger. First, choose from little or regular, then from hamburger, cheeseburger, bacon burger or bacon cheeseburger, and then add as many free toppings as you like. Hey presto, you have your very own customised burger.
WHY? Who doesn’t want food just the way they like it?
HOW MUCH? £4.75-£8
The best chicken burger in town
WHAT? The Seoul Destroyer consists of a fried chicken thigh, Korean schmaltz, nacho cheese and kimchi. What’s not to like?
WHY? If you’re not a fan of the original beef burger this is a perfect alternative.
You just can’t beet this vegan burger
WHAT? Up-beet is made with a slow roasted British beetroot and quinoa patty served with smoked tomato relish, lettuce, tomato, dill gherkins, sliced red onion, and topped with a garlic and chive aioli. Even meat-eaters would love this one.
WHY? Vegans rejoice! You can also celebrate #NationalBurgerDay with this tasty meat and dairy free burger.
The non-burger burger
WHAT? Beef nugget bao – Beef cheek and tendon nugget, burnt chilli sauce, lemon mayo, pickled cucumber
WHY? If you’re not a beef patty fan you can still celebrate #NationalBurgerDay with a burger-like bao bun.