Burger Meats Bun

Burger Meats Bun Glasgow

On Wednesday, Adam and I visited a restaurant that we've heard so much about and we really hoped it would live up to the great reviews we'd heard. Thankfully, it did, and we both had a lovely meal at Burger Meats Bun.

This cute little burger place is at 48A West Regent Street (not far up so you don't need to walk up a huge hill!), so was a good location for us since we were going to the cinema afterwards.

Burger Meats Bun Glasgow

The decor is really nice - quirky and original. I liked the fake grass on top of the booths, complete with little cows! I also love the cute little logo of the burger and the bun, and the homely feel of the place overall.

The staff were lovely; I think we were served by Fiona. She was so helpful and answered all my fussy eater questions such as "what does the 'burger sauce' actually taste like?" and even offered to give me the sauce on the side so that I could try it and decide for myself whether I wanted it on my burger or not. She also advised us that we could have a less spicy version of the chips we ordered since I don't handle my spice very well!

Burger Meats Bun Glasgow

Now on to the food - Adam and I both went for the classic "Big Cheese" burger and we got a portion of Thai Chili Cheese chips to share. Unfortunately, I didn't like the chips but as I said, I'm not a huge fan of spice and they were just too hot for me! Adam liked them though, so if you're fine with spice I'm sure you'll enjoy them.

The burgers themselves were so, so nice. A little pink in the middle meant they were full of flavour, and the brioche bun was much nicer than the overly-doughy buns you find in most places. I actually did like the burger sauce, which I was quite surprised about! I was completely full and I hadn't even eaten many of the chips at all, so bear in mind that you might not want a full portion of chips to yourself as well as the burger.

Burger Meats Bun Glasgow

I really enjoyed my Burger Meats Bun experience and will definitely be back. I want to try the "Smokin' Bacon" burger next time, as well as the Sea Salt Chips. Adam and I had to rush slightly to make our film, so I'd like to spend a bit more time relaxing when I next go.

If you live in the Glasgow area, I'd definitely recommend checking this place out - it has cute decor, great service, a nice atmosphere and, most importantly, excellent food! Let me know if you try it out!

Will you visit Burger Meats Bun? Where's your favourite place to eat in Glasgow?

Burger Meats Bun Glasgow


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