Best Burger Restaurants in Glasgow
In case you hadn’t noticed, burgers are all the rage in Glasgow at the moment, with more Americana-style eateries popping up than you can shake a well-seasoned patty at. We’re no stranger to a burger here at GOG, having reviewed more than a few of the following list in the past, so if you’re hankering for a great burger in Glasgow, try out one of these (which are listed in no particular order) and you won’t be disappointed!
Broadcast 427 Sauchiehall Street, G2
Best known as a gig venue, Broadcast is also a fantastic bar and eatery, with an extensive menu of burgers and pizzas. Not only are the burgers utterly delicious (we particularly recommend the Smokey Juan) but they’re 2 for 1 all the time, making this a pretty inexpensive option! Our full review isn’t especially flattering, but it was written just after Broadcast opened and it’s come on leaps and bounds since then. View the full menu here. Read our full review here.
Bread Meats Bread 104 St Vincent Street, G2
Opened late last year on St Vincent Street, it seemed to have a few teething problems initially but they’ve been well and truly ironed out by now and Bread Meats Bread is quickly becoming a firm favourite with many of the city’s burger fans. One word of warning, it’s not particularly big, and they don’t take bookings, so good luck getting a seat at peak times! View the full menu here. Read our full review here.
Lebowski’s 1008 Argyle Street, G3
A mainstay of Glasgow’s burger scene, Lebowski’s has been serving great burgers for a lot longer than the current trend has been about. Still in the big leagues, this trendy Finnieston eatery is without doubt one of the best places for solid bar food in this part of town. View the full menu here.
Nice N Sleazy 421 Sauchiehall Street, G2
Sleazy’s seems to pop up on a lot of these lists – but they do a lot of things very well and that’s hard to ignore! Arguably their best offering these days is their food, and the astonishing, towering burgers they serve up are truly some of the best in Glasgow. It’s a lot to get your mouth around, and a lot of people mark them down for that reason, but the quality of ingredients and amazing combinations they come up with make it well worth getting a little messy. View the full menu here. Read our full review here.
Burger Meats Bun 48A West Regent Street, G2
Opened around a year ago by two chefs used to working in Michelin-starred kitchens, BMB has quite the pedigree. It’s a kind of upmarket fast-food joint with a small but ever-changing menu. The food is, quite simply, incredible, but it’s not somewhere to go for a long, relaxing meal as you’ll be in and out within an hour at the very most. View the full menu here. Read our full review here.
Brew Dog 1397-1403 Argyle Street, G3
Better known for their beer, Brew Dog (just across the road from Kelvingrove Art Gallery) also have a short, but delicious food menu featuring a great choice of beautiful burgers. Only slight disappointment was the serving of tortilla chips instead of any kind of fried good (this is Glasgow after all!) but we’ll let them off as the burger was brilliant. Perfect way to soak up a few pints of their fantastic craft ales. Read our full review here.
Inn Deep 445 Great Western Road, G12
Nicely situated right on the bank of the river Kelvin, Inn Deep is a great bar selling a host of (mainly Williams) craft beers. They have a basic selection of burgers, but with a huge variety of meaty and non-meaty toppings so you can really pimp yours out however you like it. Optionally served with sweet potato fries and just all-round delicious. View the full menu here. Read our full review here.
There you have it! We hope you’ll get out and try a few of these amazing Glasgow burger restaurants, and don’t hesitate to connect with us on Facebook or Twitter if you have any favourites of your own which you’d like to share.