Best Burgers in Glasgow

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foodie explorers best burger glasgow

Glasgow’s Best Burgers

You certainly won’t be hard pressed for a burger in Glasgow.  Whether it’s one from a national chain or from the home-grown local businesses, there’s a burger for every taste.



Byron, 100 West George Street, City Centre – Read our review here.

Byron joined the Glasgow burger party late but have the added bonus of FREDDER CHEESE!  Tasty burger, amazing chicken wings and a good beer selection as well.

Byron Hamburgers


Gourmet Burger Kitchen, 65 St Vincent Street, Glasgow,  – Read our review here.

Another tasty burger here but let down by the ordering method – for the price you’d expect table service.  Moist burger but silly skinny fries.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen

Handmade Burger Co, 78 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow – Read our review here.

Burgers here needed the toppings to make it tasty. Good selection of burgers, but again that useless go up to the counter to order nonsense.

Handmade Burger Co.

Five Guys, 57- 61 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow – Read our review here.

Thin patties and not the tastiest of patty either.  There’s a reason for all those free toppings.

Five Guys Glasgow St Vincent

BrewDog burger el perro negro Glasgow
Top Pick – El Perro Negro



El Perro Negro Pop Up at BrewDog, 1397 Argyle Street, Glasgow Read our review here

Mouth-watering chunks of beef with just the right amount of toppings.   This guy needs a shop to sort out our cravings!


Bread Meats Bread, 102–104 St Vincent Street,  Glasgow, G2 5UB – Read our review here.

One of the originals to descend on Burger Boulevard, Bread Meats Bread do their burgers moist and meaty with a variety of toppings.  Make plans to lie down for a long time after here.

Bread Meats Bread

Bloc+ 117 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 2SZ
With a mad chef at the helm, Bloc produces some good dirty burgers.  Look out for their top veggie burger.

Bar Bloc

Ad Lib 111 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6LL

Long time home of burgers and the 3lb burger challenge.  Moist, tasty and moreish.

Ad Lib


Have you tried these burgers?   Let us know what you thought of them and let us know here or Twitter where we should try.





I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers, which is a food and travel website.

I am a member of the Guild of Food Writers and British Guild of Travel Writers.

We have a wide range of judging experience covering products, hotels and have judged, for example, for Great Taste Awards and Scottish Baker of the Year.

Along the way Mark gained WSET Level 2 in Wine and I have WSET Level 2 in Spirits as well as picking up an award with The Scotsman Food and Drink Awards.    

Usually I can be found sleeping beside a cat.

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