The Week’s Most Intriguing Burgers 1/22

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The Week’s Most Intriguing Burgers 1/22

To balance this week’s continuing discussion of U.S. value menus, I thought I’d close the week with some interesting burgers introduced outside the U.S. There are no discount burgers here; just full-throttle creative builds, including an El Chapo Burger from Canada. With buffalo, reindeer and prawn patties and toppings from fig marmalade and horseradish relish to miso and hickory beer sauce, these burgers have plenty going on.

The Beer & Burger Bar, Melbourne, Australia DECA-B BURGER Buffalo patty, buffalo mozzarella, double spiced bacon, jalapeño aïoli slaw, gherkins, hickory beer sauce and caramelized onion on brioche

The Beer & Burger Bar, Melbourne, Australia
DECA-B BURGER
Buffalo patty, buffalo mozzarella, double spiced bacon, jalapeño aïoli slaw, gherkins, hickory beer sauce and caramelized onion on brioche

Burger Heaven

Burger Heaven, Westminster, British Columbia
THE EL CHAPO BURGER
Beef patty topped with Cheddar, bacon, crispy fried jalapeños, jalapeño mayo and jalapeño sauce

Dognvill Bar & Burger

Døgnvill Bar & Burger, Oslo
THE NINA
A 180-gram reindeer patty with Serrano ham, Gorgonzola cheese and fig marmalade

Beef & Liberty, Hong Kong

Beef & Liberty, Hong Kong
PUMP UP THE BEET
A patty of shredded beetroot, brown rice, kidney beans, cumin, chili and coriander topped with goat cheese

Burger Co.

Burger & Co., Kielce, Poland
WEEKLY SPECIAL BURGER
Beef topped with a breaded Camembert patty, cranberry-poppy horseradish relish with a hint of clove and cinnamon, bacon and chipotle mayo

Jo'Burger, Dublin

JoBurger, Dublin
‪BURGER OF THE GODS
Beef patty with miso, mushroom, cream cheese and sriracha

Steak, Cattle & Roll

Steak, Cattle & Roll, Glasgow, Scotland
SPICY ROULETTE SLIDERS
Chicken, prawns, pan-fried peppers, onions, hot sauce and ranch dressing with garlic fries

King Marcel

King Marcel My Burger is French, Lyon, France
LE MARCEL DU MARCHE
Farmer cheese, pepper sauce, house BBQ sauce and fresh parsley

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