After what has seemed like an eternity, Byron have finally arrived in Glasgow, bringing their brand of “proper” burgers with them. In a city that’s already filled to the brim with burgers, I had to wonder going in whether they’d be able to stand out above the already stellar offerings in our city. Inside, the […]Read More Cheeseburger – Byron, Glasgow
We’re kicking off our hunt for Glasgow’s best veggie burger today and our journey starts in Giffnock at BRGR. I’m a fan of a really good veggie burger and I know that at times, it can feel like they’re treated as afterthoughts on menus – especially when the veggie burger option is a mushroom on […]Read More Halloumi Burger – BRGR, Glasgow
This Sunday (January 24th) is National Peanut Butter Day and if you know us here at James vs. Burger, then you’ll know that we LOVE peanut butter! We’ve previously reviewed burgers with peanut butter, made our own and just generally wondered why there aren’t more peanut butter burger options out there. We were going to […]Read More News: Introducing the PB&J Burger!
I started watching Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix show ‘Master of None’ recently and if you’ve not seen it, you should most definitely check it out. There’s a scene in the opening episode where Dev, the main character, chows down on an incredible looking pastrami sandwich from a deli in New York City and from the […]Read More Pastrami Sandwich / Animal Style Poutine – Bread Meats Bread, Glasgow
OCTOBER 5TH 2015 – The Glasgow public have voted BREAD MEATS BREAD as their favourite buger joint in the city, with MEATHAMMER taking the Judge’s Award for best burger for the second year in a row at the 2015 Glasgow ‘Burger-off’, held at Ad Lib on Ingram Street in Glasgow. THE PEOPLE’S AWARD The people of […]Read More GLASGOW’S BEST BURGER – RESULTS! People’s Awards & Judges Awards Decided!
The Glasgow Film Festival is upon us once again! The annual event is one of our favourite things to do in Glasgow and most of the films during the festival are shown either at the Glasgow Film Theatre or Cineworld. That’s good news if you like your food as much as you like your movies! Why? Well, […]Read More Here’s Where You Should Eat During The 2015 Glasgow Film Festival
Gourmet Burger Kitchen isn’t exactly new. It’s been serving burgers in Edinburgh and other parts of the UK for some time now, but with Glasgow’s burger invasion in full swing, the chain decided to open up shop – right next door to Five Guys on St. Vincent Street, no less. The burger wars are definitely […]Read More Camemburger / Californian – Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Glasgow
Glasgow’s meat district, formerly known as St. Vincent Street is attracting all of the big burger/dirty american food chains these days – and there’s even more set to move in next year, if you didn’t already know. I have to agree with Chris there. Usually, I’d be all about voting yes but I’m pinning on […]Read More Bacon Cheeseburger – Five Guys, Glasgow
For years, Bloc has been one of my favourite wee bars in Glasgow. It was a regular haunt of mine during my days as a student and has remained one of my favourite places to kick off a night out or just to grab some lunch and a quick beer. Despite my love for the […]Read More The Durty Burger – Bar Bloc, Glasgow
We’ve reviewed quite a lot of burgers from Bread Meats Bread over the last few months, but that’s simply because they keep coming up with new menu additions and new specials that draw us back to St. Vincent Street over and over again. Bread Meats Bread have been producing some of the best burgers in Glasgow for some […]Read More Falafel Burger – Bread Meats Bread, Glasgow