Looking for some of the best burgers in Liverpool? You can't go wrong with these suggestions!
Liverpool has so many places to head to for a burger of your favourite choosing we thought we would help you decide by picking some of the best places in the city to enjoy one. In the mood for some beef? We’ve got it, chicken? No problem, vegan? You’re covered!
Parr Street’s favourite burger joint, Almost Famous, serves up some of the dirtiest burgers around. Try their classic Famous burger or go for something a bit out there like the River Phoenix (which has bacon frazzels on!) or the This is Liverpool burger that has all the trimmings on top! They even do veggie and vegan burgers, loaded fries and wings - it sounds like heaven!
The Hawksmoor Hamburger debuted in 2008 and has been a mainstay ever since. Made from grass-fed beef and bone marrow nuggets, the juicy patty is topped with melty Ogleshield cheese and all the fixings. The best way to eat it hasn’t changed either… with fries and a cold tinnie.
Free State Kitchen
Free State Kitchen is a hidden gem of a burger place and one well worth seeking out. Serving up a contemporary twist on American classics, you’ll find some pretty impressive burgers here. From the classic American Cheeseburger, to Double Deluxe Burgers and a Garden Burger - everyone will find something to indulge in.
Down The Hatch
Another place to head if you’re on a plant based diet and in the mood for a burger treat is Down the Hatch on Duke Street. The vegan and veggie comfort food basement serves up everything from burgers, loaded fries, and home cooked classics which don’t disappoint. It’s the perfect place for lunch or an evening meal after exploring the city.
Honest Burgers is honestly one of the best places to head for a burger. Head down to their Bold Street venue where they are serving up their British beef patties and homemade rosemary chips with zero fuss. They even have their own special Liverpool burger in collaboration with local favourites, Hafla Hafla. Halloumi on a burger, need we say more?
Red Dog Saloon
This old-school Austin bbq burger & dive bar, Red Dog Saloon has burgers you’ll be thinking about for days later and with loads on the menu it might take you days to decide. There’s all the beef classics, chicken and veggie options too so everyone will be able to pick their favourite.
Patterson’s is famous for their chicken, tunes, cocktails and beers so it’s the perfect place to head for a tasty burger. Their famous fried chicken is brined for over 24 hours in a secret recipe making for a delicious burger treat. They also have a great beef burger selection which is as good as their famous fried chicken.
Find them on Gradwell Street in the Ropewalks district and in the Baltic Market.
You can’t go wrong with a burger from Fat Hippo. Describing themselves as a ‘good old fashioned, roll your sleeves and get it all over your face’ food, you know you’re in for a treat. From juicy beef burgers to buttermilk chicken and a selection of veggie and vegan burgers, team it with their equally delicious sides and you’re sorted.
For something a little different head to Bakchich on Bold Street for burgers with a Lebanese twist. Pick from a wide selection of meats, fish or the vegan option and you won’t be disappointed with heading here when you're looking for a burger.
Peaberry Coffee House and Kitchen
Putting a twist on the beloved burger, head dockside to Peaberry Coffee House and Kitchen for a tastebud tantalising Crumplestiltskin. The delicious dish with a difference features succulent buffalo buttermilk chicken and streaky bacon topped with lettuce, tomato and pickles before being sandwiched between breakfast favourites - toasted crumpets!
Those after a meatless meal can tuck into Gusto’s juicy Vegan Burger. Served with skin-on fries or a colourful house salad, enjoy a Moving Mountains patty accompanied with a creamy Romesco vegan mayonnaise and vegan mozzarella for a bite bursting with flavour.
With nine different burgers sitting pride of place on What’s Cooking’s menu, there’s a choice for every appetite or craving. From a Piggy Smalls featuring shredded pork and crispy bacon to an indulgent Easy Brie-zy for fans of brie and cranberry, each burger patty is sandwiched in a glazed sourdough bun with lettuce, tomato, onions and a secret sauce.
Revolucion de Cuba
Seekers of spice can visit Caribbean-inspired restaurant, Revolucion de Cuba for a lip-smacking Royale Burger. Featuring a beef patty topped with smokey pulled beef, cheese sauce, crispy onions, pickles, jalapeños and a rum-infused mayonnaise, take your pick of fries or a cuban salad to complete the delectable dish.
Richies at the Baltic Market
Home of cheese burgers, nuggets and loaded fries there’s plenty of burger options to enjoy at Richies at the Baltic Market. From the classic cheese burger to Mexican Cheesy, Richie’s vegan Cheesy and Blue Cheesy take your pick for the main event and finish it off with some tasty sides.
Burgerism at Jimmy’s
Burgerism have taken over the kitchens at Jimmy’s with a selection of juicy burgers to tuck into. Pick from all the classic toppings, add a side and enjoy!
They also do Bottomless Brunch where you can pick one of their burgers alongside bottomless drinks too.