Best Burgers in Glasgow
Looking to get your mitts on Glasgow’s best burgers? We’ve toured the city in the name of sweet, sweet research and concluded that this town is packed with great places to get firmly stuck into some serious patty action. Forget your run-of-the-mill fast food chains, it’s all about gourmet patties these days, and we’ve narrowed it down to these recommended places to get the ultimate burger in Glasgow.
Last updated on 14th February 2018
Cocktails and pizzas may be the known stars of SoHo, but that doesn't mean their burgers don't get a moment too. Stacked with flavour and patties combined, these hefty bites are known Glasgow over for being the perfect start to any and all nights out.
When it comes to answering the call for some of Glasgow's best burgers, Bread Meats Bread are always at the other end of the line. From themed interiors and casual cool, to patties wrapped in checkerboard napkins and craft beer, these burgers are to melt for.
With a whopped named the Durty Burger, Bloc+ serve up some of Glasgow's meatiest, naughtiest and most delicious burgers. If you're looking to branch out, they also make some amazing creations using Buckfast and Irn Bru.
Another fabulously named restaurant, Meat Bar specialises in exactly what you think it does - all things meat. Their burgers are something quite special, with three different cuts of Scottish meat made into one single beef patty, served on a freshly made brioche roll. That's a lot of meat. Definitely one for hardcore carnivores and one of the best burgers in Glasgow.
This place might be more famous for its steaks, but this chic West End eatery also serves some of the best burgers in Glasgow. Head down on Burger Tuesdays for a slice of Manhattan deliciousness on a soft brioche bun. If you like your burgers in a stylish selling - with a few cocktails on the side, along with some skinny fries, of course then Butchershop Bar and Grill is a definite burger bar go-to in Glasgow.
Lebowski's is home to some big ass burgers in Glasgow, and are a fighting contender for Glasgow's best burger. Their famous Big MacBowski burger is the stuff of fried-chicken legend, while their indulgent Big Lebowski namesake, lives up the hype with layer upon layer of beef, bacon, cheese and sauce. This fun time bar on Argyle Street is definitely one of the best places in town to chow down on some sliders.
You like your burgers classic, you like your burgers with flavours you recognise and you like your burgers made well; it looks like you could be making a trip to BRGR. With some of the nicest burger bites in Glasgow, you'll be promised a patty experience that you simply can't forget.
From their swine burger topped with pulled pork down to their roster of craft brews, when it comes to eating burgers in Glasgow, there's a name that you shouldn't miss and that's Kitty's. Head on down to this Irish bar for pints and patties aplenty.
Having done extensive research across the US, NY American Grill is serving up top-notch burgers in Princes Square. The spot also knocks up a mean cocktail, incorporating everything from popcorn to cream.
Southside's favourite burger takeaway, Buddy's, is set to open their first restaurant this summer. About time too! With an even bigger selection of delicious burgers and space for 100 diners. Certainly regarded as some of the best burgers in Glasgow, Buddy's will be worth venturing Southside for. Maybe walking there and back will burn off some of the calories?
If you're looking for something different from a burger in Glasgow, then look no further than Bar Soba for burgers that offer a pan Asian twist on your average meat/bun combo. Their Bangkok burger is infused with spring onions and chili served in a roti wrap with lemongrass and Thai slaw. A tangy take that makes for one of the tastiest burgers in town.
Casual, cool and almost diner like in their approach to interior design, Steak Cattle & Roll is a burger restaurant in Glasgow that does exactly what it says on the tin. Head on down as you swell with some serious burger flavour, milkshakes and more.
These truly are some of Glasgow's top burgers, and we promise we're not telling porkies. Hunker down in their hipster innards, grab yourself a cold craft brew and remember to order yourself some of the best patties in the business thanks to Crafty Pig's smokehouse stance.
The interiors are hardy, and decked out in some of the finest vintage whims and rustic materials in the business, but it's not just decor where Lucky 7 Canteen shines. Join them for a selection of burgers that put what you knew of patties to the test, from sliders to beefy bites.