If the sound of oozing meat, grilled halloumi and soft brioche buns dripping in BBQ sauce has you salivating, you're in luck as it's National Burger Day tomorrow.
On Thursday 25 August, over 800 restaurants nationwide will be offering 20 per cent off burgers in association with Mr Hyde to celebrate the burger bonanza.
As a result, we've rounded up our ultimate guide to the best burger restaurants up and down the country.
You can thank us in rosemary-salted chips.
The Meat Shack
Street food doesn't come better than the Digbeth Dining Club's top burger vendor offering freshly baked brioche buns and succulent burger patties. Order the Jam Pudding – dry-aged ground beef, black pudding, bacon chill jam, smokey chipayo sace and rasher bacon. Sweet and crisp.
Prices: Maximum £8.50; digbethdiningclub.co.uk
Original Patty Men
One thing's for sure – the Original Patty Men sure serve up a healthy portion of originality. Don't leave before devouring the 'Big Vern's Krispy Ring – a classic aged beef patty with maple coated bacon, American cheese served in a grilled glazed doughnut. Why have savoury when you can have sweet, too?
Price: £7.00; originalpattymen.com
With a name like 'church', you know this is a place of burger worship. Our recommendation is The Shia Nobeouf V2.0 which includes three bean patties topped with shitake mushrooms, guacamole and slow onions.
Price: £9.95; churchjq.co.uk
Moon & Pea
The adorable bistro is situated on Lark Lane – one of Liverpool's coolest spots frequented by young professionals – and offers the most delicious veggie burger option in the form of a cajun burger with halloumi and homemade tomato chutney along with chips and salad.
Price: £6.75; themoonandpea.co.uk
Nestled on Hope Street near the Philharmonic Hall is The 23 Club – a hub of art, intellectual talks and whisky, lots of whisky.
You'll love the Surf & Turf option including a beef patty, crab salad, grilled asparagus, onion strings and a béarnaise sauce.
Price: £10; theclovehitch.com
Hot Mess. No, not what you looked like last Saturday night but one of Bold Street's most delicious burgers, made up of maple bacon, a peanut popcorn crumb on a single stacked patty. Seconds, anyone?
Price: £10; nolitacatina.com
Deemed the 'ultimate burger bar', Filthy Cow pairs a varied list of posh cocktails with the dirtiest of burgers. Try the Filthy Bird to taste their buttermilk crispy soother fried chicken and South Carolina slaw. *Runs to station to buy train tickets to Manchester*
Price: £8; filthyfood.co.uk
Head to Almost Famous in the Northern Quarter and test your tastebuds with the mother of all burger mountains called the 'Good Morning America. This burger includes cheese, a sausage patty, streaky bacon, JD maple syrup, Wonderdust, Cheerios, a poached egg, bacon bacon mayo (always double up on bacon), ketchup and, oh yeah, a strawberry Poptart.
Price: £10.50; almostfamousburgers.com
If you love meet (no, but really love meat) you need to check out Solita and try the bacon double cheese burger, consisting of 2 ounces of melted cheese, crispy bacon, ketchup, held with a slice of bacon candy. Yes, bacon candy.
Price: £11.50; solita.co.uk
Annie's Burger Shack
Sometimes it's really hard to decide between having sweet or savory so combine both and dine on The Vermonter – a burger topped with two pancakes, crispy strips of bacon and lashings of authentic American maple syrup. Burger-mazing.
Price: £11.90; anniesburgershack.com
Spanky Van Dyke's
Apart from its funny name, this burger joint offers 2-4-1 burgers on Tuesday and a delicious meat-in-the-middle beef patty armed with black treacle bacon belly, Camden Town Brewery Pale Ale rarebit and pickled onions. Loosen your belt buckles, ladies.
Prices: Vary; spankyvandykes.com
Jim's Smoke House
When a restaurant has 'smoke house' in its name, you know its a safe option for burgers. We'd suggest the Texas burger made with beef brisket, smoked bacon, smoked onions and jalapeños. The hotter the better.
Prices: £13.95; jimsmokehouse.co.uk
'MEATliquor. Er, that's obvious' we hear you cry but seriously, if you want a burger that will leave you satisfied for days, look no further than MEATliquor. Meat lovers should dive into the Dead Hippie with mustard-fried beef patties while veggies should opt for the hallmoumi mushroom burger.
Prices: Start at £7.50; meatliquor.com/london/
Patty and Bun
Dotted around London is one of the city's top burger joints, offering everything from buttermilk fried chicken to beef patties coated in Sobrassada Relish. While you're at it, order some rosemary-salted chips for the perfect accompaniment.
Prices: Start at £8.50; pattyandbun.co.uk
With 20% off this Thursday, head down to your nearest Honest Burger to try a Tribute, Honest, or Special burger. Our personal Honest Burger favorite is the Fritter – cauliflower, tomato, sweetcorn shallots, spices, coriander and cucumber yoghurt. And the chips, oh the chips…
Price: £7.50; honestburgers.co.uk
The New Club
Sit in this beach front restaurant armed with a Green Burger (butternut squash and cashew fritter) and wash it down with an ice-cold beer. Just make sure to keep the burger close – you don't want any seagulls stealing your bun.
Prices: £8.00; thenewclubbrighton.com
A favorite among the locals, this no-nonsense burger joint offers top-quality burgers such as the Simple Jack (with Monterey Jack Cheese) and the Benetton burger (with blue stolen, pancetta and wasabi mayo). It's burger heaven, basically.
Prices: Vary; The Burger Brothers on Facebook
Lucky Beach Cafe
This burger might take the medal as the best organic burger we've ever tasted. The Truffle Mushroom Swiss includes gooey truffle cheese, 1/3lb grass-fed organic local beef, thyme-roasted portobello mushrooms, a soft organic egg, truffled aioli, sauce and vegetables.
Price: £8.25; luckybeach.co.uk
A mid-morning pick-me-up doesn't come any better than the Mr Patty. The brunch staple consists of a Yorkshire sausage patty, smoked streaky bacon, a fried runny egg sandwiched together in a toasted brioche bun. Now, that's a good morning.
Prices: £4.00; belgravemusichall.com/kitchen
This hub student hub offers handmade burgers for meat and veggie lovers. Opt for the Moozadell beef burger with mozzarella, slow roast peppers, caramelized onions, rocket and house made Boss mayo. Pure indulgence.
Prices: £9.00; bossburgers.co.uk
This Northern burger house offers a meat feast including a burger smothered in beer mac & cheese, stacked with bacon and salad. Our favourite is the pulled pork & slaw. Warning: You might get the meat sweats.
Prices: £11.00; smokebbq.co.uk
Fat Hippo Underground
Whether you're feeling like a big or little hippo, this is the place to go in Newcastle for meat, accompanied with triple fried hand cut chips. We suggest the PB&J – a double 4oz patty, topped with chunky peanut butter, cheese and homemade bacon jam.
Prices: £9.50; fathippo.co.uk/page/underground
Jam Jar Jesmond
If you're in need for comfort food, the Jam Jar's signature Jam Burger (a chunk steak patty with crispy bacon) is the perfect cure. Alternatively, try the 'Jammin' Jerk Chicken Burger with pineapple and mango relish and yoghurt for added flavour.
Prices: £10.00; jamjarjesmond.co.uk
Combine your love for shopping and eating inside Fenwick's third floor restaurant. Fill your guac craving with the Wahaca Burger topped with Pico de gallo salsa, jack cheese and a good dollop of smushed avocado.
Prices: £8.50; Northside Diner
The Huxley gives burger lovers a generous dose of burger love. Our favourite? The three bean burger with avocado, melting brie and burger sauce. You can never go wrong with brie.
Prices: £7.50; thehuxley.co.uk
Burgers & Beers
Offering gourmet burgers and craft beers, this über cool meat joint offers a range of unique and tasty patties such as The Frying Scotsman – a 8oz beef patty with a haggis fritter (of course), onion rings, mature Scottish cheddar cheese & creamy pepper sauce.
Prices: £11.95; burgersandbeersgrillhouse.co.uk
The Holyrood 9A
You can't leave Edinburgh without tasting the Blue Root burger – a 6oz beef patty with smoky bacon, blue murder, beetroot relish and Tabasco-cumin ketchup. Cheque, please.
Prices: £10.75; theholyrood.co.uk