This burger has it all. While none of us are meat-eaters who want a burger that makes us think like we are eating meat, this one, we all agreed, was the most satisfying of the three. It’s done on a grill, which gives it that smoky, caramelized flavour. It looks like meat. The toppings (lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, and we added mushrooms) are perfect, and a lot of care is taken to assemble the burger properly so that the bun doesn’t get soggy. The brioche bun adds an element of sweetness, and is tough enough to stand up to the hefty patty.
Moderne Burger is Vancouver’s best veggie burger (it was unanimous). From what I understand, their meat burgers are excellent, as well. It was clear to us that they are giant burger nerds. They really know what they are doing, and it shows. I feel like this burger is the kind of burger I could easily feed to my meat-eating friends, and, while they’d know it wasn’t meat, they’d still be okay with it, because it provides that drippy, messy, satisfying burger experience.
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