Britain loves a good burger, so it seems only fair that the faithful meat patty should get its own celebratory day. This Wednesday, 27th August, is National Burger Day, so join the fun and check out these mouth-wateringly good burger joints.
The reason for Annie's success is easy to spot: a mind boggling menu featuring burgers cooked every which way from 'The Deathray' – burger with American–style cheddar cheese, jalapenos, black olives, peppers and chilli paste, to 'The German' – with grilled sauerkraut and American mustard.
Blas has set a new precedent for burger bars. Cornish, free range, fresh and seasonal are just some of the criteria the ingredients adhere to, while the restaurant itself is bedecked in funky reclaimed furniture.
Scarborough's newest café has a beat-era heart and soul, from classic Sixties soundtrack to moody Mod photography. But the real star turn are the burgers, sourced from award-winning local butcher Glaves of nearby Brompton by Sawdon.
This is fast food with a tasty ethical twist to it. Proper Cornish burgers made from the very finest South Devon grass-fed organic beef. The best part is you get to enjoy your burger whilst looking over the stunning nearby Tolcarne beach.
After having been awarded the best burger in London countless times now, Haché needs very little introduction. Big juicy meat patties and an almost overwhelming amount of different toppings and styles – all delicious in their own right. Book in advanced.
Long considered Oxford's best burger joint, it seems the combination of mixing burgers with comic book humour is a great success. Most importantly, the burgers are mouth-wateringly good and you can pick from a huge amount of toppings.
We all like to dress our burger's to suit our own tastes, and luckily the Burger Joint appreciates this. Choose how you want your burger made, from the type of sauces, salad, meat patty and toppings. A very popular burger joint.
Pick from a range of sumptuous burgers, all of which use fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Try the burgers topped with local mushrooms and Dorset blue Vinney cheese, or the more challenging Dorset Naga, laced with lethal Dorset Naga chillies.
Often heralded as having Glasgow's best burger, The Distill (formerly known as the Ivy), offers quality, hand-made juicy burgers like the beef patty stuffed with vine tomatoes and cheese, or the pork and black pudding burger.
Their no-frills appearance, open kitchen and large mouth-watering blackboard menu adds to the argument that Honest Burgers do not lie when it comes to burgers. Proper meaty British patties – made from rare breed aged beef from the Ginger Pig Farm. Yum!