Look at the Buns on these! It’s National Burger Day!
Liverpool city centre is awash with burger joints from the independents of Bold Street to the myriad of national chains at Liverpool One. And gone are the days of a cheese single and dollop of ketchup! Get your onions rings and bacon stacked on…..there’s even veggie options!
We’ve pulled together some top Liverpool burger restaurants for you to celebrate this momentous day!
Euro Hostel Liverpool
The Hatch Bar, located within Euro Hostel Liverpool, is set to please ‘patty-lovers’ from across the city with a special offering this Burger Day. The bar and eatery, with entrances on Matthew Street, serves up a range of delicious burgers including two classic beef-burgers, a tasty chicken burger and a vegetarian option.
The ‘Hatch Beef Burger’ offers a handmade juicy patty served with pickles, crispy lettuce and lashings of cheese, and diners can upgrade to the ‘All In Burger’ and enjoy everything the ‘Hatch Beef Burger’ has to offer with the added indulgence of BBQ sauce and bacon rashers.
As burgers aren’t all about the beef, guests can also choose a ‘Chicken Burger’ marinated in a chilli & lime dressing made with crispy lettuce and cool mayo, while veggies can opt for the ‘Sweet Potato Patty’ comprising a mildly spiced potato-patty with roasted peppers and pesto. Prices start from £6. For more information visit www.eurohostels.co.uk
Delifonseca is set to celebrate Burger Day in style with a tongue-in-cheek creation. The aptly named ‘Br-egg-sit’ Burger celebrates the best of local produce, comprising a rare breed burger patty from Edge & Sons with crisped Cheshire Air-Dried Ham, Mrs Kirkham’s Tasty Lancashire Cheese and a local fried hens egg.
Proprietor of Delifonseca Candice Fonseca said: “Our talented chefs are always given the freedom to get creative and this time to pay homage to Burger Day, we’ve gone slightly topical with the ‘Br-egg-sit’ Burger. Instead of a brioche bun, we’re using a more English seeded bin-lid and we are serving it with traditionally British accompaniments such as onion rings and a beetroot ketchup to dunk the chunky chips in. The ‘Br-egg-sit’ Burger is priced at £13.95. For more information visit www.delifonseca.co.uk
Wall of Fame
Wall of Fame is an all-American inspired eatery with entrances on both Victoria Street and Mathew Street. Its menu features a varied selection of burger options including Philly Cheeseburger (6oz steak patty, 4oz rump steak, Swiss cheese, onion, green pepper & American mustard), Flamin’ Cheeto Burger (6oz steak patty, bacon, cheese, Cherry Coke BBQ sauce, lettuce, mayonnaise and a Flamin’ Cheeto onion ring) and the impressive Empire State Burger (two 6oz steak patties, gherkin, tomato, red onion, cheese & ketchup with a mini chicken burger slider). Burgers start from £10.00. For more information visit www.walloffameliverpool.com
Located on Old Hall Street, Trattoria 51 is an Italian restaurant bringing a true taste of Italy to the North West. Although its menu comprises classic Italian flavours including pizza and pasta, the eatery is also well known for its other offerings including its 51 Burger.
General Manager and co-owner of Trattoria 51 Toni Karemanaj said: “Our 51 Burger goes down a treat with many of our guests. Comprising a home-made burger served with rocket, tomato and red onion, we have also put an Italian spin on the dish by adding mozzarella and garlic mayonnaise, perfectly paired with chunky chips!” The 51 Burger is priced at £8.95. For more information www.trattoria51.com
Located on Parr Street, The Brink is the UK’s first and Liverpool’s only dry bar. Serving up an array of imaginative recipes, all dishes are freshly prepared using ingredients sourced from local suppliers, including its indulgent Brink Burger. Served on a brioche bun with a panko bread crumbed onion ring and house slaw, the burger is accompanied by house chips and diners can choose to add bacon and cheese.
General Manager of The Brink Carl Bell said: “Although we are well known across the city for our extensive range of alcohol-free beverages, our food menu is also extremely popular with our customers. With half of our menu comprising vegetarian options, many of our dishes are also ideal for the health conscious.” For more information visit www.thebrinkliverpool.com
Hard Days Night Hotel
Set within the exclusive Hard Days Night Hotel, Blakes Restaurant is serving up a delicious hand pressed burger served with Applewood cheese and relish. Available to residents and non-residents alike, Blakes provides diverse food offerings including the popular All You Need is Blakes menu, as well as the A La Carte and Children’s menus, with each menu adapted for seasonality.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “Our creative kitchen team are experts in putting a contemporary twist on signature dishes while using fresh and local produce. We also adapt our dishes according to each specific season as our customer dining satisfaction is key our menus are ever changing.” For more information visit www.harddaysnighthotel.com
We hope that little list has got your mouth watering? If you’re celebrating National Burger Day, tweet us your burger pics @TheGuideLpool and chow down!