Best Burgers in Brighton
Who needs a girlfriend, when you have burgers? Who needs air, when you have burgers? Who needs fluffy kittens in little wizard hats, when you have burgers? From quirky little boozers to classic bars, Brighton's watering holes are home to some of the best burgers in the universe don't you know; whether you'd like yours with a lashing of mustard or a Krispy Kreme. Check out our recommendations for some of the best burgers in Brighton and get your chops around an unadulterated selection of premium beef patties and hearty fillings.
Last updated on 6th December 2016
Burgers may only be a small part of what The Black Lion are all about, but they make sure it's all about quality rather than quantity. Whack that ball right out of the stadium and go for weed burger with seaweed, samphire, lentils and smoked paprika aioli.
You know you're onto a serious thing when Iceberger are cooking up your burgers, as is the case at The Western. The menu is stocked full of delicious burgers with whacky flavours such as peanut butter, strawberry jam and bacon - it sounds weird but trust us, it works.
This seaside star takes inspirations from right outside its very doors with their burgers topped with the finest sea fare. Order your patty with a dollop of crab, a fried prawn or a sizeable shrimp for a burger with a ocean twist.
When it comes to burgers, Revolution ain't messing around. The bar and kitchen serve up a hearty fare for all your burgerin' needs; want Wotsits on your burger - well you can have blooming Wotsits on your burger. They also have regular food and drink deals, and come nighttime the party gets started with their late licence.
With pop-up burger menu Burger Kult at the helm, Brighton's Mash Tun has been transformed from a raucous indie pub in the city, into a raucous indie pub in the city with awesome burgers to boot. Burger Kult promise everything from chopped chuck steak burgers and ground pork with maple bacon to caramelised red onion relish and pan-fried chorizo; their commitment to boisterous flavours is unparalleled.
Smother me senseless in pure patty joy. It may be one of Brighton's lesser known ventures for a hearty burger, but it's one of the top notch destinations. If you're not spinning in the savoury juices of meat sourced locally, you'll be dousing your chops in their selection of homemade sauces. Try their Smokey Bacon on for size; a mind melding blend of two beef patties, chipotle BBQ sauce and their own mayonnaise.
Neighbourhood is cute, quirky and knows how to cook up a damn good burger. The Kemptown spot piles its patties with all sorts of goodies including veggies and cheese; it gets sweeter though, on Tuesdays burgers are only £4.
The Globe is a seemingly traditional pub in Brighton with flair, they boast darling features, cinema screenings in the basement every Tuesday night and a charming bookcase below, but where do they come in on the burger scale? Pretty well my friend, pretty well. From the quirky concoction shown above to a Krispy Kreme burger and a selection of hearty all-American classics smothered in super slaw, The Globe promise bashful burgers at pocket-friendly prices.
Boasting some of the best meat based dishes in Brighton, you can no doubt expect that The Coal Shed have a patty lined up for even the most discerning of diners and late night loungers. Chow down on their steak burger and watch love pour in in the shape of homemade relishes, monterey jack cheese and pickles with a side of dripping chips; they're dripping dang nabbit.
Their name is MEATliquor for baby burgers sake, do you expect anything else from your beef filled patties? Hailed for bringing American themed burgers with an English twist to the droves of hungry seaside dwellers, it's not just the interiors at MEATliquor that are mind blowing. From the sumptuous slaw mass that is a Dead Hippie burger at £8 to their shaved rump steak of a Phili Cheesesteak, MEATliquor are making burgers look easy.