Who doesn’t love a burger? A veggie, of course, but if you’re reading a blog post on the best burger joints then you’re unlikely to be against eating meat.
Cardiff is home to a number of burger joints that are well worth knowing about. If you’ve never eaten at these places before, you’ve been missing out on seriously good food. So, what are you waiting for? Discover what’s made the cut and be sure to give these eateries a visit.
Got Beef initially started out as a pop-up diner, however it was such a hit that they, fortunately, decided to set up a permanent place on Whitchurch Road.
All the burgers are made with 6oz Welsh black beef so you know that both quality and taste are guaranteed when you order a burger at this effortlessly cool dining spot.
The menu boasts a wide range of mouth-watering burgers to choose from. There’s even a burger on the menu dubbed the ‘Heisenburger’, inspired by the much-loved TV series Breaking Bad.
With onions coloured bright blue to mimic Walt and Jesse’s crystal meth, this burger is one delicious novelty.
This burger joint has previously been referred to as the best in Wales on various blogs and review sites; therefore it just had to make the list.
The burger patties are juicy, flavoursome and 100% Welsh beef. What more could you want from a burger? Apart from it being served on a fresh bun, and guess what, The Grazing Shed serve up all their burgers on light and fluffy buns, supplied by Penarth Bakery. Nice touch, hey?
The beauty of The Grazing Shed is that you’re spoilt for choice. If a beef burger doesn’t tickle your fancy then you can opt for a tasty chicken burger, plus there are delicious veggie burgers on the menu too.
To wash down your delicious burger, you can opt for a bottomless drink supplied by award-winning drinks producer Lovely Drinks. And they really are lovely; think refreshing elderflower pressé and fiery ginger beer.
This place is definitely worth a visit. As well as attracting customers who love burgers and bagels, this gourmet restaurant in Cathays will draw in halal diners too. Head on over to The Burger and Bagel Kitchen and tuck into sensational burgers that are freshly made using local produce, including 100% British beef.
Fancy ordering something different? Then opt for the Krispy Kreme burger. That’s right; The Burger and Bagel Kitchen takes a tasty beef patty topped with American cheese and homemade relish and sandwiches it between a glazed Krispy Kreme doughnut. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, head over to The Bagel and Burger kitchen and go and see it for yourself. At just £6.95, you really can’t fault this delicious, culinary creation.
The burgers on the menu at this Victorian pub are truly tasty and if you fancy a bit of a challenge, you’ve struck gold. On a Wednesday night you can order the Man Vs Food burger, which consists of a whopping 45oz of beef patty topped with cheddar, crispy bacon, onion rings and a side of chunky hand cut chips. Now that’s one beast of a burger! However if you think you’ve got what it takes then what are you waiting for? Hump day just got better.
Don’t worry though, The North Star also serves plenty of regular size burgers so if you’re not up for the challenge, you won’t miss out.
If you’re lucky enough to live in Cardiff, these burger joints will be right on your doorstep. Do you want to rent a property in the Welsh capital? Then look no further than Thomas George. We’re a Cardiff based letting agent who can help you find the perfect property for you to call home. Give us a call on 02920 395563 today.
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