Until last week, the best burger I ever had was at a small eatery in Paris called Razowski’s.
1. Bacoa Universidad, Barcelona
Effortlessly cool interiors, warm lighting, and an interesting crowd, it was only uphill form there.
Upon arrival, the top bun was tilted to the back, exposing a dollop of mayonnaise. The mayonnaise at Bacoa is one to be reckoned with. They make their own version of the condiment that has texture and compliments the beef nicely. While it may seem unnecessary, given the cheese, it was a welcomed addition nonetheless.
2. Timesburg, Barcelona
Perhaps one of few burgers I had that taste almost as good as it looks.
A place like Timesburg, which has been around for a few years now with several branches around Barcelona, would know they should let the meat rest before serving. I guess our arrival so close to closing time did not help.
3. Steakburger Atocha, Madrid
My friend and I walked past this place on our way to the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. I couldn’t help but notice how packed the restaurant was so we decided to have lunch there after we’ve wrapped up our visit.SHOW MORE