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Where To Get Great Burgers In Vancouver

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Updated: 15 November 2016
Just when you think you know what makes a good burger, Vancouver’s burger joints come along and introduce the world to a whole new definition of the classic meal. From vegetarian delights to Korean-influenced treats, Vancouver’s one-of-a-kind burgers never fail to impress. Below, we guide you through the places where you can find some of the most amazing burgers in Vancouver, Canada.
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Tera V Burger

With a goal of having every aspect of the business be beneficial to the planet and mankind, Tera V Burger serves healthy and satisfying burgers, wraps, and salads that also happen to be vegetarian. In addition, the potato and yam fries are both baked for a healthy yet delicious guilt-free indulgence. The restaurant’s most popular burger is the No Bull Burger. All of the burgers are vegetarian but have the option of being ordered vegan.

Tera V Burger, 2961 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6K 2G9, Canada, +1 604 336 3575

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Moderne Burger

Moderne Burger is a classic burger and malt joint specializing in fresh made-to-order hamburgers and cut-to-order fries. The patties are hand-formed and made from the finest single cut of beef, the buns are baked fresh daily, the fries are unsalted and cut from farm fresh potatoes, and everything is prepared without the use of microwaves, heat lamps, or hot holding units. Burgers come with hand leafed lettuce, tomato, red onion, mayonnaise, house sauce, and your choice of a Moderne Steak, veggie, ground turkey, or wild salmon filet patty. You can also add cheddar or swiss cheese, grilled mushrooms, grilled onions, homemade BBQ sauce, dipping sauce, or bacon for some extra cost.

Moderne Burger, 2507 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6K 2E9, Canada, +1 604 739 0005

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Kobob Burger

Kobob Burger uses sesame seed rice patties with bits of nori mixed in to sandwich Korean-style meats like bulgogi, spicy chicken, or spicy pork surrounded by toppings like fresh lettuce, daikon, pineapple, homemade kimchi, cheese, or egg. It’s pressed into a burger shape by wrapping it up snugly in its wrapper, so when you eat it, you want to unwrap it slowly, like a burrito. Kobob even sells their own homemade kimchi in jars for guests to take home if they want.

Kobob Burger, 1019 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 2V8, Canada, +1 604 569 3939

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Romer’s Burger Bar

Romer’s Burger Bar sources locally whenever possible, featuring Blue Goose Cattle Company beef, natural pork from Fraser Valley, free-run chicken, or wild salmon flat-top seared for succulent flavor and juiciness. Burgers are served on a lightly griddled brioche bun with garlic olive and pepperoncini on the side. The most popular burger is the Magic Mushroom burger, comprised of a hand-crafted beef patty, caramelized onions, portobello mushrooms, herb garlic boursin, and wild baby arugula. Another favorite is the Man’s Man burger, which includes maple smoked bacon, amber ale cheddar, onion strings, and smoked adder salts.

Romer’s Burger Bar, 1873 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1M4, Canada, +1 604 732 9545

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The Tipper Restaurant & Review Room

The Tipper Restaurant & Review Room uses hand-picked produce and meats from within the community. The restaurant is very community-centric, with local art hanging on the wall, musicians performing in the Review Room, and window seats that are usually filled with writers, students, and families. Guests can enjoy everything from free-run eggs and bacon for breakfast to a free-run ‘Cliff and Ed’ cajun chicken burger with home cut yam fries for dinner, as well as several vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, in addition to homemade sauces and soups.

The Tipper Restaurant & Review Room, 2066 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5N 2T3, Canada, +1 604 873 1010