Between barbecues, fast-food and innovative vegan alternatives, burgers have often been the nation’s go-to comfort munch.
In recent years, cities and towns have seen sharp increases in bespoke burger restaurants, with themed menus inspired by different cultures.
The already large appetite for burgers has increased, with dining experiences centred on embracing the indulgent side of eating becoming more appealing. Often mixed with quirky interior and laid back service styles, eating out for a burger has become a go-to activity for friends and families.
From Asado in Colston St, to The Hobgoblin in Gloucester Road, Bristol isn’t short of restaurants ready to deliver towered sandwiches. And all of these places are adaptive to modern diets. Three Brothers Burgers boasts a meat-free alternative that rivals the experience of the traditional beef-burger.
This Thursday the country celebrates National Burger Day and we would love to find out what makes a great burger and where to find the best one in Bristol. All you have to do is take our quick survey below.
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