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?
Last year I took part in a documentary on Glasgow’s burger scene along with many chefs, restaurant owners and other foodies. The documentary examines and celebrates Glasgow’s love for the humble burger and it’ll leave you feeling HUNGRY! I must admit, I got a tad emotional watching it! Seeing how far our own little site […]Read More GRILLING GLASGOW (2017): A documentary on Glasgow’s burger scene. Available now. Watch here!
Nick Watkins, aka El Perro Negro is known for his burgers. In fact, he’s regarded by many as the guy who makes the best in Glasgow. His burgers only currently appear at pop up events which sell out almost instantly and he’s currently working on securing a permanent home of his own. His previous burgers […]Read More Deep Fried Tofu Burger – El Perro Negro Pop-Up – The Hippo Taproom, Glasgow
Juicy Lucy’s Burger Company sort of sticks out like a sore thumb where it sits in Glasgow’s city centre, but that’s only because I’m not used to seeing anything so bold and colourful in that end of town – the weird and wonderful characters who spill out of the Tollbooth across the road not included! Juicy […]Read More The Juicy Lucy – Juicy Lucy’s Burger Company, Glasgow
Bread Meats Bread’s west-end location has been open for business for a few weeks now and after attending the launch night, I decided to leave a few weeks before popping in for the real dining experience. The menu is bigger, the restaurant is bigger, there’s plenty of booths and a bar too. This is, essentially, […]Read More Royale With Cheese / Fried Chicken Burger – Bread Meats Bread West, Glasgow
It can be hard finding a last minute table in Finnieston on a Saturday night; however, with burger cravings setting in, we decided to head there in a taxi and do the impossible. Walking through the door at Porter & Rye, my hopes appeared to be dashed as the restaurant was, understandably, completely packed. I […]Read More Rib-Eye Burger – Porter & Rye, Glasgow
The last time I ate food in Mitchell Lane was back when Tabac was formerly Bar 10. I remember thinking that it was auld man’s pub back then, but what did I know? This was back in my early days of venturing out into Glasgow’s city nightlife where I’d just happy not to get asked […]Read More Burger – Tabac, Glasgow