City centre branch of this banging budget burger bar does simple prices and great views of the square.
No plates, kitchen roll on the table, beers by the bottle and fiver burgers are on the menu at this burger restaurant operating four branches across Glasgow and Edinburgh. The Glasgow city centre branch has an excellent position on Royal Exchange Square, directly in the middle of Queen Street and Central Station, for anyone looking for a quick bite to eat after coming off or getting back on their train. There’s no fuss involved with a stripped-back café-style décor, burgers served in tin foil and sides handed out on disposable paper plates and containers. With the burgers being so cheap, they generally aren’t super filling, so if you’re looking for a good feed go for one of the deluxe burgers like the double cheese and bacon – with two times the amount of everything on it. Another excellent choice is the Highland Coo burger with just the right amount of caramelized onions, haggis, cheddar and pepper sauce. Filled, themed burgers can sometimes be a little over generous with their special ingredients, but the quantities of this burger don’t overwhelm. BRGR is ultimately an upmarket takeaway that leaves pretentiousness at the door.
- Delivery: Deliveroo, JustEat, UberEats
- Provides: Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Indie and pop
- Capacity: 34
- Largest group: 15
- Open since: Jan 2018
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 3
- House wine: £4 (small bottle) per bottle