The closure of the Arches back in 2015 hit a lot of Glaswegians pretty hard. Our city also lags behind so many others when it comes to street food. Platform has recently revived the much loved Arches space. It may not be a nightclub and it may not technically be street food since it’s located […]Read More Tiny Dancer’s Tiny Sliders are the Best I’ve Ever Eaten.
Don’t let the outside of Drury Street Bar fool you. Go inside the small doorway and down the stairs and you’ll find one of the most spacious, chilled out bars in the city. This is a perfect after-work spot. It’s huge, there’s plenty of tables and booths, pool tables, great beer and good music. It […]Read More Nacho Average Burger / Classic Burger – Drury Street Bar & Kitchen, Glasgow
Back on August 2nd 2014, I had my first bite of the now infamous ‘Top Dog’ burger by El Perro Negro. I said in my review back then that it was the best burger in Glasgow – and I haven’t eaten it again since. So many great burgers have popped up in Glasgow since August […]Read More Revisiting The Top Dog: Is El Perro Negro’s Masterpiece Still Glasgow’s Best Burger?
Back in 2014, we picked El Perro Negro’s ‘Top Dog’ burger as the best in Glasgow. It had everything that I look for in a burger. Quality ingredients, robust flavour not too complicated. I could pick it up and eat it without making a mess. It was all about quality over quantity. Given that I […]Read More The Cult Burger / NYC Burger – El Perro Negro Kitchen Takeover at Brewdog, Glasgow
I have a confession to make: I had never been to McPhabbs before prior to this review. There’s no reason why it’s taken me so long to finally visit. I just hadn’t ever gotten around to it and there were usually other places that would leapfrog it on my list of places to try whenever […]Read More Cheeseburger / Soft Shell Crab Burger – McPhabbs, Glasgow
Whenever there’s a heatwave in Glasgow, you can be certain that pretty much every bar with an outdoor seating area is going to be absolutely jam-packed with people. During our recent visit to Ashton Lane, Brel was no different. We had reserved a table a couple of days prior to our visit and luckily for […]Read More Brel Burger – Brel, Glasgow
Stravaigin sits on Gibson street in Glasgow’s west end, surrounded by a host of good quality bars, restaurants and entertainment venues. Inside, it’s one of the most fantastic venues I’ve ever set foot in. It feels very intimate, despite being spread out over several levels and there are so many little nooks and crannies to […]Read More Beef Burger – Stravaigin, Glasgow
There’s so much to love about Finnieston. It’s one of my favourite parts of Glasgow and is forever expanding with great new bars and restaurants. The Kelvingrove Café isn’t new, but it’s been on the James vs. Burger hit-list for a while. After this visit, I can happily report that it’s already become a firm […]Read More Sliders – Kelvingrove Cafe, Glasgow
On July 20th & 21st, the Glasgow Barrowlands Art & Design Centre played host to the first ever ‘Street Feastival’, organised by the folks at KILTR, who wanted to inject some of the latest gourmet street food craze into Glasgow’s East End. The idea behind the ‘feastival‘ was simple. There were no tickets or entry […]Read More Kimchi Special Burger – Kimchi Cult at KILTR Street Feastival, Glasgow
This was our second visit to Inn Deep, which is located on the corner of Great Western Road and just a mere few seconds walk from Kelvinbridge Subway station. We last visited not long after the bar had opened its doors and at the time, we felt that the burger was very good, with the […]Read More Pulled Pork & Chorizo Cheeseburger – Inn Deep, Glasgow