This Week’s Most Intriguing Burgers

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This Week’s Most Intriguing Burgers

This week’s aggregation of interesting burgers gathers ideas from outside the U.S. This wasn’t by design; I simply kept adding intriguing burgers through the week as I always do and then found that almost all that I liked best were foreign. There are burgers here from Canada, Scotland, Italy and England, evidencing the culinary sophistication that burger bars outside the U.S. have now. Next week they may all be from Pittsburgh. Burgers are that unpredictable. And delightful.

Fatto-Bene, Milan

Fatto-Bene, Milan, Italy
THE FRESH APPLE BURGER
Fassona beef, Datterini tomato confit, Granny Smith apple, arugula and yogurt dressing

Burger Meats Bun, Italian

Burger Meats Bun, Glasgow, Scotland
THE ITALIAN JOB
BMB’s pork patty, salami Milano, Toma Raschera cheese, Sicilian Aubergine relish, radicchio and herb mayo

Mechant Boef Vegetarian Burger

Méchant Bœuf Bar & Brasserie, Montreal
THE VEGETARIAN
Vegan patties, avocado purée, pineapple chutney, Gruyère and caramelized onions

GBK Benedict Burger

Gourmet Burger Kitchen, UK locations
THE BENEDICT BURGER
Winner of the GBK Chef Competition: Beef topped with hand-pulled ham hock, chive and truffle mayo, asparagus hollandaise and lettuce in a brioche bun; plus for £1 extra you can go full Elvis and add a fried egg

Chop Shop Tuna Burger

Chop Shop, London
THE TUNA AND AVOCADO BURGER
Yellow fin tuna with chopped green chilies, cornichon and shallots served with avocado, roasted red pepper, cucumber pickle and lime mayo on a sesame seed bun

Ham Holy Feelburger

Ham Holy Burger, Rome
THE FEELBURGER
Beef burger with Cheddar cheese, baked ham, pineapple, radicchio and green-tomato chutney

Burger Cellar Pastrami Burger

The Burger Cellar, Toronto
PASTRAMI AND SPICED MUSTARD BURGER
A juicy natural Black Angus patty topped with Swiss cheese, smoked pastrami, sautéed mushrooms, spiced beer mustard and a roasted garlic aïoli

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