Simply a Burger? Only a hamburger. It’s not just “just a burger,” Robin. That first bite, I mean, what a taste of bliss. The bread rests lightly on the ketchup and mustard below, the tastes blending in a sensuous pas de deux like the angel’s breast with sesame freckles. Then came a pickle! The cutest little pickle! Then a piece of tomato, a lettuce leaf, and a patty of ground beef that was so delicious swirled in your mouth before breaking apart and coming back together in a delightful fugue of sweet and savoury. Robin, this sandwich is more than just grilled pork on toasted bread. God is using food to speak to us.
We all appreciate burgers the way Marshall Eriksen (a fictional character from the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother) does, which is why there is a day dedicated to them. Enjoy burgers from the top ten burger places worldwide on International Burger Day.
USA Shake Shack
In Madison Square Park, a hot dog vendor gave birth to Shake Shack. The cart gave birth to a permanent establishment that has been churning out delectable burgers made with love and fresh ingredients since 2004. There are currently 275 Shake Shack locations worldwide. They provide their guests some of the most mouthwatering and scrumptious gourmet burgers, crinkle fries, milkshakes, and frozen custards.
For those who have never tried Shake Shack, their Signature Shack Burger is a must-try. It includes the traditional fixings of a juicy seared pork patty, fresh green lettuce, vibrant red tomatoes, and runny yellow cheese. The Shroom Burger is a crisp-fried portobello mushroom stuffed with melted muenster and cheddar cheeses and topped with lettuce, tomato, and ShackSauce if you’re a vegetarian.
USA Five Guys
Since 1986, Five Guys in the USA has been offering freshly made burgers and fries. Early in 2003, the “Five Guys,” including Jerry and Janie, started promoting franchise opportunities. Thirty years after its first opening, Five Guys now has about 1,700 locations across the world (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East), with another 1,500 units under construction.
This burger place, a well-known American fast-casual restaurant business that offers mouthwatering hot dogs, hamburgers, and French fries, has gained popularity in the UK as well and was chosen this year as the country’s most well-liked burger chain. Try the Cajun fries, a Banana Bacon Chocolate milkshake, and their Signature Little cheeseburger. The cheese vegetable sandwich, which comes with grilled onions, mushrooms, and peppers on a toasted bread, melted American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and any of the chain’s distinctive 15 toppings, is a good option for vegetarians.
USA’s In-N-Out Burger
Harry Synder opened the first drive-through hamburger joint in California, In-N-Out Burger. While his wife Esther took care of the accounts, Harry used to choose the meat and vegetables that he used to prepare by hand. There are currently 364 In-N-Out Burger outlets across the US, with 262 of them being in California. The Double-Double, a branded burger with two juicy patties, two pieces of cheese, and an entire onion slice stacked between them, is what draws many tourists from all over the world to this hamburger business.
UK-based Patty and Bun
The Patty and Bun restaurant in London, United Kingdom, is the ideal place to have a beer, fries, and of course, a tasty hamburger! Some of the burgers to try include the Portobello mushroom and the Smokey Robinson. In order for you to enjoy this mouthwatering pleasure at home, they also supply cook at home kits!
McDonald’s of Japan
A well-known Japanese hamburger chain is MOS Burger. It was created in a tiny settlement called Narimasu, which is close to Tokyo. The attempt to combine American hamburgers with Japanese flavours has been incredibly successful. Can you picture a Rice Burger with grilled pork, sweet soy, and barbecue sauce sandwiched between rice patties? The Kinpira Burger is a terrific vegetarian and vegan choice.
Spain’s Barcelona’s La Royale
Burgers are created from scratch at La Royale in Barcelona, Spain, using fresh meat such angus, veal, wagyu, and tuna. Burgers prepared from tofu, soy, and vegetables are delicious for vegetarians and vegans. La Royale is also adopting the practise of serving gin and tonic alongside gourmet burgers, which is already common in New York and London. Drinks are on us for that!
The Paris, France restaurant Bioburger is renowned for its inexpensive, organically-certified hamburgers. By emphasising organically sourced components, they produce burgers that are environmentally conscious. In this three-story burger joint founded by two friends, Anthony and Louis, the menu offers favourites like the BBQ, which has barbecue sauce, caramelised onions, grilled eggplant, bacon, and cheese, putting a slightly sweet spin on the normally savoury sandwich.
Burger Project, Australia The Sydney, Australia location of Burger Project delivers perfectly proportioned burgers with flawlessly cooked beef. Additionally, they provide fantastic vegetarian burgers and rich, creamy shakes that leave consumers hungry and wanting more.
South Africa’s Buns Out Burger
In Johannesburg, South Africa, Buns Out Burgers lovingly prepares and serves fantastic gourmet burgers. Their menu is diversified, which draws a lot of people, and offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan burger options. New burger “extras,” southern-fried chicken burgers, and a line of desserts exclusively flavoured with Darrell Lea candy are a few of the new additions.
Auckland, New Zealand
The popular burger joint Fergburger in Queenstown, New Zealand, is well renowned for its creative burgers prepared with chicken, beef, and several other odd meats. Additionally, they provide lamb, fish, and falafel alternatives. Their burgers are incredibly delicious, full, and squishy! Additionally, if you want a little avocado and bacon in your food, these burgers will not dissapoint!