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5 of the best burgers in Manchester

3 months ago

The best burgers are about quality, great ingredients and structural integrity. If one ingredient fails, it lets the whole flippin’ thing down.

If you’re after serious meats, here are the 5 best burgers in Manchester.

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  • Manchester City Centre

    Burgerism at Escape to Freight Island

    Restaurant - American

    Starting life in a pick-up-only kitchen just off West Ashton St and Eccles New Road in Salford, Burgerism’s “lean, mean burger cuisine” has a cult following that lives for its smash burgers and fried chicken made with fresh, local ingredients.

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  • Inside Elnecot, one of the new generation of restaurants in Ancoats, Manchester.
    Ancoats

    Elnecot

    Restaurant - European

    Named after the first recorded name for Ancoats, Elnecot (meaning ‘lonely cottages’) takes its influence from historical cooking methods with lots of fermenting, a little foraging and a few nose-to-tail dishes.

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  • The exterior of Hawksmoor Manchester on Deansgate - the first Hawksmoor to open outside of London
    Manchester City Centre

    Hawksmoor

    Restaurant - British

    The best steakhouse in the North. Opening on Deansgate in 2015, the first Hawksmoor steakhouse outside of London is a confident affair. Well sourced steak and attention to detail have created a place like no other.

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  • Meat and Potatoes Honest Burger MCR
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Honest Burgers Manchester

    Restaurant - American

    The new wave of burgers came crashing over the food scene and then receded, leaving closures and acid reflux. So surely it stands that those who remain are the best at what they do?

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  • Man holding two burgers from Slap and Pickle in Society, Manchester city centre
    Manchester City Centre

    Society

    Restaurant - Global

    Located in between St Peter’s Square and The Bridgewater Hall, Society brings new life to the quiet yet elegant stretch of city between Oxford Street and First Street. The outside area is a sunspot bordered by a fountain and a garden, making it feel more like Madrid than Manchester (weather permitting of course).

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