Holyrood 9A made our list not only because their beef comes from an award-winning Scottish butcher, but because they have the most unique burgers on their menu, too. Surprisingly, our favorite burger from Holyrood isn't made from beef! The Haggis burger is made from sheep's "pluck" and is topped with caramelized onions and creme fraiche.
Life's too short to eat a boring burger, which is why we love the deliciously unique and flavorful toppings Hamburgueria do Bairro are offering up. Our favorite burger is the Caco which is topped with a thick slice of Brie, lettuce, a fried tomato, rich garlic butter and is served on fluffy roll from the gorgeous island of Maderia.
Not all amazing burgers have to be made from beef (we showed you that with the Haggis burger above!). In New Zealand, their specialty is lamb, so we love the Little Lamby from Fergberger. It's made with ground local lamb meat and is topped with tomato relish and mint jelly and is served on a fresh-made bun (from the adjacent bakery, fergbaker!).
New York is home to hundreds of burger joints, so how can you possibly pick which one reigns supreme? Well, to start with, go to Black Iron Burger in the East Village and sit down cozy with their Iron Horse. This no-frills burger is made with a freshly ground mix of brisket, chuck and short rib and is topped with horseradish cheddar and some caramelized onions. After one bite you'll know you found it.
Flippin' Burger in Stockholm has quickly become a go-to restaurant for amazing hamburgers. Like Black Iron, the chef believes in no-frills so most of his burgers are served without condiments. However, we like life with a bit of toppings, so we highly recommend the Cricket, which is topped with cream cheese, pickled onions and jalapeños.
If you want the best burger in the U.S. and world, really, you have to go to the place that started the whole "hamburger" trend to begin with, don't you think? Louis' Lunch served the first burger more than 100 years ago, and today you can order the same one that's cooked on the exact same cast iron skillet. It's juicy, unbelievably flavorful and is just $5 a pop.
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!