You may have noticed that over the past couple of years, burgers have boomed. Not only in Derbyshire, but in the whole country!
With American inspired, high quality gourmet burgers being served pretty much everywhere now, it’s hard to know where you should try first. The competition is so high right now as burgers are better than ever!
This list has been put together to give you a helping hand, guide you through the region’s burger-madness and help you decide where to go.
Having only opened earlier this year, the Brooklyn Social is still a newbie on Sadler Gate in Derby City Centre.
This US/ London inspired eatery has menu dedicated to a range of locally sourced burgers that can be washed down with cocktails and beers from around the world. A great place to relax with friends and eat a delicious burger!
With over 25 different choices when it comes to a burger, you’re definitely spoilt for choice at The Forge and therefore a go-to place for any fussy eaters.
Set in the old Blacksmiths Yard, this is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Derby with some good grub. Again, with locally sourced Beef, you won’t be disappointed.
HIDE knows that everyone loves a good old British burger, so they decided to dedicate their whole restaurant to them. With a goal to serve the ‘Best Burger in Derby’ and simple yet effective menu, it’s all about taste and quality here. The chefs at HIDE are very passionate about their locally sourced food and always ensure that your burgers the best they can be.
Unlike some of the others, burgers are not the full focus at The Crossing, but they certainly make good ones. With Gourmet Burger Nights hosted on Monday’s, they are a popular choice on their menu.
I’ve been told that a good one to go for is the ‘Pitt Burger’ as it comes in eggy bloomer bread! Yum.
Also, if you love a hearty portion size, you’ll be very happy here.
The Bulls Head make all of their burger patties by hand and assure you that they are all made with a lot of love and that love is transferred into the presentation too with their personalised wooden boards and quirky plant pots!
With a good choice of toppings, there’s bound to be something you’ll like if you’re a burger fan.
Every Thursday is Burger Night at The Ketch with good quality food available from just £6! Perfect for if you’re on a budget. Served on a platter with homemade coleslaw, onion rings and chips they all look delicious. Their much loved ‘Ketch Burger’ is one to try if you’re in the area.
This little independent diner prides itself on serving traditional American smoked BBQ dishes with very generous portions and is thought by many to be serving the best burgers in Chesterfield. It’s great to go here for something a bit different to the usual with a variety of burgers and sides including the Dirty Pit Burger and Dirty fries with Baconnaise!