Post your best burger!

#1 Posted by ROFLCOPTER (94 posts) -

GO!

#2 Posted by DanielJW (4915 posts) -
    
 
Quarter pounder.
#3 Posted by JJWeatherman (14570 posts) -

Now that that's out of the way:


I know, not quite a burger. But when you have fried chicken in place of bread, everyone wins.
#4 Posted by rjayb89 (7729 posts) -
@JJWeatherman said:

    

I'd like to die with that in my belleh.
#5 Posted by ROFLCOPTER (94 posts) -

Ah, there we go.
#6 Posted by JJWeatherman (14570 posts) -
@ROFLCOPTER said:
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Ah, there we go. "
lol. Mine's still better.
#7 Posted by ROFLCOPTER (94 posts) -
@JJWeatherman said:
" @ROFLCOPTER said:
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Ah, there we go. "
lol. Mine's still better. "
Hahahahahahahahaha- 
 
Oh, you were serious? 
 
 
Actually, I think yours is better.
#8 Edited by TheMustacheHero (6655 posts) -

.............

 Still trying to figure out who you really are.
#9 Edited by TheGremp (2064 posts) -
@TheMustacheHero

#10 Edited by ROFLCOPTER (94 posts) -
@TheMustacheHero: I'm a complex person Stache, good luck with that.
#11 Edited by JoelTGM (5596 posts) -

Bun
Onions
Bacon 
Cheese
Mustard
Ketchup 
Burger 
Mayo
Lettuce 
Bun

#12 Posted by Tomarlyn (146 posts) -

In Sweden there's a burger chain called MAX 
 
It kicks the crap out of McDonalds and Burger King. All their food is from swedish farms and cooked fresh to order, no re-heating or frozen meat. You get free coffee at the end of your meal and some places even have a Gamecube set up in the corner. They even plant tree's in Africa. I moved here a few months ago from England and the Swede's love burgers. 
 
I've tried nearly everything on the menu and their finest creation has to be the Frisco burger with its oriental sauce. 
 

 

   
#13 Posted by momentarylogic (416 posts) -
@Tomarlyn said:
"In Sweden there's a burger chain called MAX 
 
It kicks the crap out of McDonalds and Burger King. All their food is from swedish farms and cooked fresh to order, no re-heating or frozen meat. You get free coffee at the end of your meal and some places even have a Gamecube set up in the corner. They even plant tree's in Africa. I moved here a few months ago from England and the Swede's love burgers. 
 
I've tried nearly everything on the menu and their finest creation has to be the Frisco burger with its oriental sauce. 
 

 
    "

Dood that does sound mighty awesome... if it WERE REAL
#14 Posted by nanikore (2740 posts) -
@momentarylogic said:
" @Tomarlyn said:
"In Sweden there's a burger chain called MAX 
 
It kicks the crap out of McDonalds and Burger King. All their food is from swedish farms and cooked fresh to order, no re-heating or frozen meat. You get free coffee at the end of your meal and some places even have a Gamecube set up in the corner. They even plant tree's in Africa. I moved here a few months ago from England and the Swede's love burgers. 
 
I've tried nearly everything on the menu and their finest creation has to be the Frisco burger with its oriental sauce. 
 

    "
Dood that does sound mighty awesome... if it WERE REAL "
It is. MAX is fucking awesome.
#15 Posted by Aaox (1657 posts) -

CHICK-FIL-A. It's not a burger, but it's so fucking delicious that I just HAVE to put it here. Chick-fil-a aside, probably the Smiddy Bistro Burger. You'll never have heard of it, because it's a local resteraunt in Lochgilphead, Scotland, but it is amazing. I have one every time we go there.

#16 Posted by CitizenJP (1050 posts) -

 I here a Krabby Patty is supposed to be reallly good. :/
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#17 Posted by TheHBK (5563 posts) -

I love me some In N Out, same as the GB crew.  They really only make one burger unlike some other places, but you can add your own little twists to it.  I usually stick to the Double Double, but everyone has their own preferences.

 Double Double Combo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 I lost count.
#18 Posted by Robiin (297 posts) -
@Tomarlyn said:
" In Sweden there's a burger chain called MAX 
 
It kicks the crap out of McDonalds and Burger King. All their food is from swedish farms and cooked fresh to order, no re-heating or frozen meat. You get free coffee at the end of your meal and some places even have a Gamecube set up in the corner. They even plant tree's in Africa. I moved here a few months ago from England and the Swede's love burgers. 
 
I've tried nearly everything on the menu and their finest creation has to be the Frisco burger with its oriental sauce. 
 

    "
I think MAX is over-rated. It seems there's a 50% chance the burger is cold.. Though I've almost only tried MAX-målet. Maybe I'll try that Frisco burger next time I get there :)
How come you moved here?
#19 Posted by Meltac (2007 posts) -

#20 Edited by FesteringNeon (2166 posts) -

Denny's Slam Burger - Patty, Egg (over easy) Hashbrowns and cheddar cheese. : )
#21 Posted by Dogma (988 posts) -
@Meltac said:
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And there it is. That burger is totally insane. You should have posted the instruction images too! 
 
And about Max Burger. I like their Frisco burger BUT i'm no huge fan of Max overallt, I don't like their french fries either. In my town (Malmö) we have a burger joint (1000 & 2) that makes awesome burgers but that may be cheating because it's quite obvious that  resturant made burger will be better than those in fast food resturant. I also love my own chili/bacon/cheeze burger creation that I do at home. I had better photos but I gues these will have to do right now... 
 
#22 Posted by Meltac (2007 posts) -
@Dogma: Haha, I thought about doing it, but it would be too horrifying. 
#23 Posted by Tomarlyn (146 posts) -
@Robiin said:
" @Tomarlyn said:
" In Sweden there's a burger chain called MAX 
 
It kicks the crap out of McDonalds and Burger King. All their food is from swedish farms and cooked fresh to order, no re-heating or frozen meat. You get free coffee at the end of your meal and some places even have a Gamecube set up in the corner. They even plant tree's in Africa. I moved here a few months ago from England and the Swede's love burgers. 
 
I've tried nearly everything on the menu and their finest creation has to be the Frisco burger with its oriental sauce. 
 

I think MAX is over-rated. It seems there's a 50% chance the burger is cold.. Though I've almost only tried MAX-målet. Maybe I'll try that Frisco burger next time I get there :) How come you moved here? "


Hmm, well I've never had that problem, is it always cooked properly? I'm in Lanskrona (Skåne), maybe its just a case of bad staff. 
 
My girlfriend is swedish, she's lived in england for 10 yeares, we lived there together for the past 2 years. After visting her family in Helsingborg a few times together, we decided it was a better and much cheaper place to live. Now I'm just trying to start a swedish course before full time work. Even with just the one of us working, we're living a better life in sweden than england.
#24 Edited by Meltac (2007 posts) -
@Tomarlyn: You know, you should totally come to Denmark instead. Not to brag or anything, but we're fairly better than Sweden ... Just sayin'.
 
But we don't have any special burger places.. Only McD, and BurgerKing, which is pretty bad.
#25 Edited by Tomarlyn (146 posts) -
@Meltac said:

"@Tomarlyn: You know, you should totally come to Denmark instead. Not to brag or anything, but we're fairly better than Sweden ... Just sayin'.  But we don't have any special burger places.. Only McD, and BurgerKing, which is pretty bad. "


My gf just said ''yeah they would say that in denmark'' lol ;P  
 
I hear its best to live in sweden and work in denmark.

 
England only has those two burger places as well. We used to have something called Wimpy, but I think it stopped after mad cow disease or something.

#26 Posted by Cube (4366 posts) -

Boogies Burgers or Peters Drive-In have the best burgers in my city. Maybe in all-o' Canadaland.

#27 Edited by GunnBjorn (2911 posts) -

This is how they serve a hamburger at my favorite eatery in my hometown. 
Instead of the standard bun, they use lightly toasted sandwich bread. 
It comes with a salad, fries(homemade) and a soda of your choice. 
This is how i like a burger the best.  
 
 
 


  
 
#28 Posted by Rowr (5824 posts) -
@GunnBjorn said:
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This is how they serve a hamburger at my favorite eatery in my hometown. 
Instead of the standard bun, they use lightly toasted sandwich bread. 
It comes with a salad, fries(homemade) and a soda of your choice. 
This is how i like a burger the best.  
 
 
    "
Thats clearly a sandwhich.
#29 Posted by GunnBjorn (2911 posts) -
@Rowr: 
 
Essentially, every hamburger is a sandwhich. 
Anyways, on the menu it's listed as a hamburger.
#30 Posted by Tomarlyn (146 posts) -

@GunnBjorn said:

"@Rowr:  Essentially, every hamburger is a sandwhich. Anyways, on the menu it's listed as a hamburger."


Correct a burger is a sandwhich. But when it uses a bun it graduates to burger.  
 
      

#31 Posted by Matthew (1914 posts) -

I seriously mean to take a picture of the burger when it gets to the table . . . but pictures are far from my mind when I see the wonderful artery clogging goodness in front of me 

#32 Posted by Hughes (399 posts) -

Went to a Five Guys for the first time a few months ago (they just opened one here in Nashua, NH.) Got sauteed onions and A1 sauce. Status: delicious.

#33 Posted by Matt_ (337 posts) -

Burger, Bun, Cheddar, Bacon. Any combination that includes these 4 is alright in my book.

#34 Posted by GeneralTurkle (335 posts) -
@Meltac said:
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Hot damn
#35 Posted by Tomarlyn (146 posts) -
@GeneralTurkle said:
" @Meltac said:
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Hot damn "

Doesn't even look cooked properly though,  meat's pink. There's about 10 different things you could die of by eating that, good way to go though.
#36 Posted by KrunkSplein (8 posts) -

There is a small, locally-owned hole in the wall near my house.  It's billed as a sub shop, but it's basically line cooks doing whatever you ask.  They have a standard burger sub, but that's not why I'm here.  I'm here because of the Kelly Burger.  Named after a former employee who would eat it constantly, it is a full pound (weight AFTER cooking) of ground beef, covered in (American, Swiss or Cheddar) cheese on a 12-inch sub-style bread.  I get it with extra American cheese, Ketchup and a little bit of pickles (otherwise they get a little pickle-happy).  They add salt and pepper, and that's it.  I would eat it every day if doing so wouldn't kill me.
 
Sorry to resurrect the thread, but the Kelly burger deserves it.
 
Oh, and the name of the place is Substantial.  I don't know if it's a national chain, but this one's definitely privately owned.

#37 Posted by RandomInternetUser (6789 posts) -
@JJWeatherman said:
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Now that that's out of the way:

I know, not quite a burger. But when you have fried chicken in place of bread, everyone wins. "
Dude, that is amazing.
#38 Posted by PercyChuggs (1087 posts) -

I've been to the supposed "best" local place for burgers, and they are overrated. The burger that will always hold a spot in my heart is the Spicy Baconator from Wendys

#39 Posted by lockwoodx (2479 posts) -
#40 Edited by JokerSmilez (1293 posts) -

 

If you have ever lived near Toronto, you should know about Lick's. They're a chain in the GTA that has won "Best Burger in the City" a ton of times. If you've had one, you know what I'm talking about.
 
1/3lb patties and their cheeseburgers are made with a handful of real shredded cheese. SO good.
#41 Edited by FirePrince (1766 posts) -

 

Tower Burger.Not the best,but damn is it good.Mayo,fresh lettuce,a layer of potatoes wrapped in awesome,cheese,and the chicken. 
#42 Posted by Bam_D_Leprechaun (795 posts) -

there is this little hole in the wall retro place in Denton Tx called Frosty's 
the burgers are sooooooooo good, but what really makes that place awesome, is the homemade from scratch root beer

#43 Posted by raiz265 (2242 posts) -
@Buzzkill said:
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too much [missing appropriate discriptive adjective] mcdonalds buns
#44 Posted by Kirbichu54 (120 posts) -

This past weekend I went to the Hard Rock Cafe in Orlando. They have a burger called "The Big Cheese." Your choice of three cheeses out of five (Cheddar, American, Monterey Jack, Provolone, Swiss). Cheddar + Jack + Provolone = GODLY! The burger was so juicy and the cheeses were melted together so thick. It was thirty minutes of heaven.
#45 Posted by Organicalistic_ (2933 posts) -

VEGGIE BURGER... MMMM
 

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