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The independent restaurant scene in Cambridge has grown massively over the last few years. From the stylish and delicious tasting menus of Restaurant 22 to the laid back BBQ food of SmokeWorks, you can find a place to suit your tastes, mood and wallet! With this in mind finding the best burgers in Cambridge was pretty easy.
The burger is often debated and discussed, but one thing is for sure, most people enjoy a good one- be it beef, chicken, or vegetable. Here are, in my opinion some of the best burgers in Cambridge.
Steak and Honour:
My personal favourite. From food truck to a bricks and mortar restaurant, the Steak and Honour crew continue to deliver ‘proper burgers’ to the greedy fans of Cambridge. See them recommended in our Cambridge Foodies Tour here. Tasty food!
Head to Regent Street to feast on these moreish plant based burgers. DoppleGanger is a rising star for the city. ‘Not junk, just plants’, vegan or not, this is great and satisfying food. Read our review here .
Famous locally for its ever changing selection of craft beers and gins, independent Pint Shop led the charge in changing the face of the Cambridge food and drink scene. Pop in for a drink and don’t miss out on their fabulous cheeseburger.
Your Best Burgers in Cambridge:
It is a matter of taste, so please comment below and tell us where you have had your best burgers in Cambridge. We look forward to hearing about them!
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This is a super easy, healthy, and tasty recipe which can be pimped up or down to suit the taste-buds of your audience- see the adaptations through the recipe. Best served with our homemade flatbread recipe, but can be served using shop bought flatbread too.
You will need:
- Your choice of vegetables- we use aubergine, courgette, mushrooms and red peppers but use what you like best!
- Halloumi- we used reduced fat halloumi here but use full fat if you please, or vegan friendly halloumi.
- Yoghurt- we used reduced fat natural yoghurt- again, use full fat or you could use soya yoghurt to make this vegan friendly.
- Salt and pepper
- couscous made with vegetable stock
- Lemon juice, Parsley and basil to serve
- Sriracha and/ or fresh chills to increase the heat!
- Cut your vegetables and cheese into nice chunky wedges as shown in photo. If you want extra flavour here you can marinade the ingredients in olive oil, oregano and garlic. The natural flavour of the vegetables with the dressing are however delicious enough to skip this.
2. Roast or griddle your vegetables and cheese to give them a tasty charred flavour.
3. While your vegetables and cheese wedges are cooking, make your couscous using the boiling vegetable stock and cover to allow it to steam.
4. Make your dressing by combining 100ml yoghurt with 1tbsp of tahini and a squeeze of lemon juice- mix to completely combine. Taste and season as suits you.
5. To serve make a bed of couscous, sprinkled with with chopped parsley and basil. Layer the vegetables on top and then the cheese. Season to taste.
6. Serve the delicious fillings in a warm flatbread, drizzled with the tahini dressing and a squeeze of Siriacha chilli sauce or freshly chopped chillis for extra heat- yum!
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DoppleGanger in Cambridge city centre has recently opened its doors, offering fantastic plant based burgers; this is super satisfying food which as a meat eater, I would choose time and time again.
This is a cool set up and even ordering reflects this. Order and customise your burgers (if you choose) using the touch screen, then pay, take your seat, and watch it being made in the open plan kitchen.
The Dopple Burger:
I opted for the Dopple burger and boy was this enormous! A dopplepatti (crunchy and tasty) served with homemade ranch sauce, balsamic glazed portobello mushrooms, onion relish, tomato, and heaps of crunchy lettuce, all expertly fitting into a vegan broiche bun. I had to get my knife and fork involved as it was so tall (much to Jon’s disappointment)!
The BBK Burger:
Jon goes for the bbk burger which he loves. A crunchy dopplepatti, zingy lime slaw, miso and lime mayo, pulled jack fruit in Korean BBQ sauce, served with cucumber and pear in chilli and garlic, again all expertly towered into a brioche bun. Jon is a huge burger fan (usually meat) and this didn’t disappoint.
We shared some of the super crunchy airfried fries- I love this healthier option and finish my burger and chips feeling full but refreshingly clean.
Doppleganger Cambridge Review:
This is a great option for vegan and non-vegan diners. The food is so flavoursome and filling and the staff friendly and relaxed. DoppleGanger have a range of inventive burgers and we are already planning our next visit to try them out. A super addition to the Cambridge food scene.
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