BURGER.

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Where: BURGER., 94a Fountainbridge, Edinburgh

Price Range: £20 for two burgers and sides, excluding drinks.

Opening a second restaurant in Shandwick Place just months after their first was established in Fountainbridge, trendy eatery BURGER. has big plans for the future. And, considering the quality of their succulent, perfect-size-for-your-hands burgers, it’s no wonder.

With its understated yet stylish décor and friendly and welcoming staff, it’s the ideal spot to grab a quick bite or spend a relaxed evening with friends.

Their specials menu changes every fortnight and features interesting dishes. This week, it has a strong Burns Night influence, perfect for those looking to ditch the traditional supper for something a little more fun. We order the Burns Burger and the Harissa dog, some chips and dips and a homemade vanilla shake. In tune with the warm and informal atmosphere, we pick up our biodegradably packaged meal from the counter, from where you can see the chefs at work. The haggis, mashed tatties, pickled neeps and whisky peppercorn sauce in the Burns burger might sound overwhelming, but it’s just the right amount for a hearty meal. The baba ganoush and pickled red cabbage loaded harissa dog also hits the spot, but the star of the meal is definitely the bright pink beet aioli dip.

We top it off with the homemade clootie dumpling ice cream, served with a dram of whisky, to pay sweet homage to the Scottish bard.

By Lidia Molina Whyte

 

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