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Top 10 Yelp Burgers in the United States



Top 10 Yelp Burgers in the United States

A Minneapolis restaurant has been included on Yelp’s latest list of the top 100 burgers in the United States.

The Yelp list, which depends on positive reviews from clients that include the use of the word “burger,” remembers World Street Kitchen for Minneapolis at 49th.

Although Sameh and Saed Wadi’s WSK is best known for its Yum Yum rice bowls, it has also demonstrated that it can make excellent sandwiches.

The Mexican Steak and Egg Burger, which features sliced steak, melted onions, avocado, fried egg, chipotle adobo, and chihuahua cheese on a sesame seed bun, has received widespread praise in user reviews, even though the Yelp ranking does not specify which WSK burger was deserving of the ranking.

In addition, the restaurant recently introduced a limited-edition kofta burger, and its regular menu includes a sumac-onion-sweet onion-stuffed falafel burger.

Burgers are loved by Yelpers! From bacon-barbecue burgers to hummus-topped veggie burgers — and even sushi burgers (indeed, that is a thing!) — they’re one of the most searched foods on Yelp. However, this year, you should forget everything you know about America’s most popular comfort food. Given our patty-loving community’s ratings and reviews, obviously a “burger revolution” is in progress!

We have compiled a list of the Top 100 Burger Spots in the United States in honor of National Burger Day (May 28) and the official beginning of burger “search season” on Yelp. From fast-food favorites and juicy diner classics to outrageous stack-ups at the newest pop-up joints and a slew of international mashups, there are options for every burger type and taste.

  1. Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, Atlanta, Georgia

This Texas-inspired BBQ joint has topped our list thanks to its juicy, barbecued take on the classic American burger, which has nearly 2,500 5-star Yelp reviews. On a toasted brioche bun, you get a substantial portion of chopped Angus beef brisket, peppery bacon, melted house-made pimento cheese, jalapeno mayo, tomato, red onion, and pickles instead of a typical ground beef patty. According to Yelpers, the Fox Bros. “Burger” is the best in Atlanta and the nation because of all those flavors and textures.

  1. Minetta Tavern, New York, New York

The Black Label Burger at Minetta Tavern is as well-known as the New York writers, including Ernest Hemingway and Eugene O’Neill, who have frequented this historic restaurant there for almost a century. The “next-level-delicious” Prime dry-aged beef patty with caramelized onions on a fluffy bun was a number one of late food critic Anthony Bourdain and is viewed as burger royalty by patrons of this Michelin-suggested French restaurant.

  1. Slutty Vegan, Atlanta, Georgia

Plant-based burgers and a dancehall party atmosphere draw vegans and carnivores to this Black-owned, women-led hotspot. The names of the burgers, which all come with the restaurant’s exclusive “Slut Sauce,” are spicy. In the mood for a Ménage à Trois? According to Yelp Elite Jocelyn G, the jaw-defying threesome of a vegan patty, vegan bacon, and vegan shrimp served on a vegan Hawaiian bun “was everything I hoped it would be.” Guacamole and jalapeno are two of the toppings included in the zingy combination. Are you not feeling like a burger? Try the Hollywood Hooker, a Philly-style hoagie with thinly sliced vegan beef and vegan provolone, or the Big Dawg, a bangin’ vegan bratwurst on a pretzel bun with sauerkraut. Slutty Fries tossed in Slut Dust, their distinctive, paprika-heavy seasoning blend, are served with each.

  1. Gordon Ramsay Burger, Las Vegas, Nevada.

The burgers at Gordon Ramsey’s named restaurant, which have received over 2,000 5-star reviews, will have you shouting, “Yes, chef!” after each bite. There are a total of twelve “Ramsey Burgers” available, ranging from well-made classics like the Backyard Burger with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and pickles to Vegas-worthy stacks like the Truffle Burger, which includes truffle-infused goat cheese, bacon, truffle butter, frisée, pickled shallot, fried egg, and truffle aioli. Any burger can be topped with grilled chicken or, for an additional fee, a plant-based patty, which some customers describe as “absolutely incredible.”

  1. Father’s Office, Los Angeles, California

No replacements? That’s fine. At this Los Angeles gastropub, Cook Sang Yoon is so sure about his burger, he acknowledges no modifications, period. ” The well-known Office Burger is topped with caramelized onions, applewood bacon compote, two kinds of cheese (Maytag blue and Gruyere), arugula, and a dry-aged beef patty on a French roll for maximum flavor. This West Coast establishment, which accepted Michelin’s Bib Gourmand award for lower-cost restaurants, is rigorously for burger joints 21 and older. So leave the young ones at home, order one of the many specialty lagers on draft, and snatch a sought-after table (or deck spot in Culver City) at this famous burger joint.

  1. The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar, Charlotte, North Carolina

Can’t decide between sushi and burgers? You can have both at this fusion hot spot, which is always packed. Under one loud roof, you can get fresh, never frozen burgers, sushi, and combo plates. There is also eclectic music and space with bright red walls, weird art, and exotic fish (like real cowfish) in huge aquariums. Alan Springate, who owns and runs the original concept with business partner Marcus Hall, says, “We decided to just have fun with it.”

  1. Sister Liu’s Kitchen, Durham, North Carolina

Avoid referring to Sister Liu’s “burgers” as fusion. Culying Liu Blythe, co-owner and chef, meticulously replicates a family recipe for these flavorful buns, a traditional northeastern Chinese dish staple. When she was a child, her mother stuffed the soft, spongy pockets with cooked vegetables and spiced meat after frying them to a crispy texture. At the point when “Sister Liu” was set up for business in 2017, she put them at the highest point of the menu. That’s why longtime clients agree that “they’re pretty much perfect.”

Sister Liu’s Kitchen started as a home-based food service for the close-knit Chinese community in the Durham area. Word of mouth has helped spread the word to other Chinese students and expats. Locals still recall the days when she would deliver her homemade burgers and dumplings to area colleges every Wednesday. Presently, this takeout-only location attracts adventurous eaters from everywhere in the mid-Atlantic and beyond for her authentic Chinese dishes. The “extremely flavorful” burgers come in spicy versions and can be ordered with pork, beef, or a vegan filling.

  1. Facing East, Bellevue, Washington

Skip the plane ticket. The Chinese pork burger at Facing East, a Seattle institution, is said to transport you to Taiwan. This Taiwanese treat of “succulent” braised pork belly, Chinese sauerkraut, a dusting of peanuts, and a fluffy bun is described by Yelpers in three words: “fatty, delicious…perfection.” This addictive snack stands out among a plethora of delicious options, including “heartwarming” beef noodle soup and sweet milk teas served in adorable reusable glass jars. One Yelper states, “I could pick a meal blindfolded and fall in love with it.”

  1. Kuma’s Corner, Chicago, Illinois

Since 2005, the team at Kuma’s Corner has been serving burgers that are head-banging, hunger-destroying, and heavy metal-inspired. No one does it like them. The Metallica (applewood smoked bacon, blue cheese dressing, Buffalo sauce, and frizzled onions on a pretzel bun) and the bunless Slayer (a 10-ounce burger with house-made chili, andouille sausage, caramelized onions, cherry peppers, and jack cheese on a bed of fries, served with—no joke—“anger” according to the menu) are wild topping combinations, just like the rock ‘n’ roll bands that inspired them.

  1. KoJa Kitchen, Berkeley, California

You haven’t seen anything like their buns before! On their aptly named KoJa Burgers, KoJa Kitchen pushes the limit of Korean-Japanese cuisine by replacing traditional wheat buns with garlicky fried rice patties. The “super-crunchy” rice buns give the ideal vehicle to KoJa’s tasty fillings — “juicy shredded pork,” fiery sweet gochujang (Korean red pepper chili paste), masago (fish roe), and pineapple. It also retains its shape even after the last bite. Want a KoJa fusion fix but not hungry for a burger? That’s fine. The restaurant’s signature flavors can be ordered as burgers, bowls, or tacos, such as miso-coconut braised pork with arugula or a soy and portobello mushroom patty with pineapple.

KoJa started as a popular food truck in 2011 and now has locations all over Northern California. Yelpers praise the quick service and “friendly staff” in addition to the delicious dishes. Because there are limited seats, savvy guests place their orders in advance and pick them up from a clever hot plate that keeps their orders warm until they arrive.

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