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The best hamburger restaurants in Madrid

Gourmet hamburger restaurants in Madrid

Hamburgers are in. And far, very far away from fast-food hamburgers, is a world of restaurants where this North American icon is a gourmet dish. Innovative recipes, quality ingredients, surprising combinations and home made sauces…..some of the keys for creating the best hamburgers.

You will find hamburgers for all tastes in Madrid from those made with coveted kobe beef, to fish and vegetarian hamburgers, all accompanied by varied sauces and breads. So if you fancy sinking your teeth into a tender and juicy hamburger, daintily eating one with a knife and fork or quite simply eating it with your hands then you will be interested to find out about some of the best hamburger restaurants in Madrid. Here are our suggestions:

Alfredo’s Barbacoa – This hamburger restaurant, founded 30 years ago by a New Yorker who decided to introduce the authentic flavours of the United States to Madrid, is one of the most famous in the Spanish capital today. Truly a classic combining quality beef with other as equally tasty ingredients such as bacon, beans, corn cobs and chips topped with a delicious barbecue sauce that they make themselves. Where: C/Lagasca, 5 (metro Retiro). Price: About 7 euro for 160gr hamburgers and 9 euro for 250gr hamburgers. 

Home Burger – Organic hamburgers served with freshly minced meat for better flavour. This simply decorated hamburger restaurant is the epitome of success. In the space of only three years they have opened three establishments. In addition to traditional hamburgers, they offer soya, wheat and avocado burgers, etc for vegetarians. Where: C/Espíritu Santo, 12 (metro Tribunal). Price: Average price around 10 euro.

El Taller de la Hamburguesa – Surrounded by gardens this restaurant, by Chef Victor Enrich, is entirely dedicated to hamburgers. They offer up to 15 varieties including beef, ox, chicken, hake, tofu and lamb burgers, etc, all grilled over coal and accompanied by patatas bravas, nachos and onions rings with delicious cakes to finish off. Where: Plaza de la fuente s/n. La Moralejo. (metro Ronda de la Comunicación). Price: About 9 euro for 100gr, 13 euro for 200gr hamburgers and 15 euro for 300gr.

Peggy Sue’s - For lovers of the 50s, this is a genuine North American diner with pastel green and bubble gum pink decoration, retro frames and authentic juke boxes on each table taking you back to the days of rock n’ roll. This hamburger restaurant chain adds Guinness to its bread and in addition to burgers serves hotdogs, sandwiches, pizzas and salads. Where: C/Menorca, 19 (metro Ibiza). Price: About 7 euro for 140gr.

New York Burger – Half pound burgers await diners here. They have a delicious menu containing 18 different varieties of hamburgers that combine juicy mince meat with the restaurants own seasoning accompanied by ingredients such as roasted peppers, provolone cheese, Serrano ham, mushrooms and caramelised onion. They also serve barbecued meat, salads and a good variety of starters. Where: C/General Yagüe, 5 (metro Cuzco). Price: About 7,90 euro for 160gr hamburgers, 9,90 euro for 250gr, 11,90 for 350gr and 14,90 for ½ lb burgers.


Laura - Marketing Team

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