Glasgow’s Best Burger Competition crowns two new champions
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It’s official – Bread Meats Bread and Meathammer Ltd are serving up the best burgers in Glasgow.

The annual Glasgow’s Best Burger Competition took place at Ad Lib on Monday (5 October), with expert James Lees, of James vs. Burger, heading a panel of hungry judges.

The competition also included a people’s choice award, as James asked the burger-loving public to vote for their favourite pig out spot.

Bread Meats Bread won 44% of that vote, with 21% going to runner up Steak Cattle and Roll and 10% to Buddy’s BBQ & Diner.

But it was Meathammer – the burger maestros behind kitchens at Nice N Sleazy and The Record Factory – who won out in the cook-off for the second year in a row.

Meathammer’s Worldeater burger proved to be a world-beater, impressing the James vs. Burger team, DJ Jennie Cook, comedian Robert Florence and representatives from 5pm.co.uk and STV Glasgow, and pipping second and third placers El Perro Negro Ltd and Smokey Trotters Kitchen to the post.

James spoke to WOW247 last week on the highs and lows of searching for the city’s best burger, and told us that his five best burgers yet were from El Perro Negro, Bread Meats Bread, Bloc, The Butchershop and Nice N Sleazy – so wins for two out of five (and a second place spot for another) may not come as a surprise to the city’s burger fans.

He said: “It was the closest Glasgow Burger Cook-off yet. Congratulations to Meathammer and Bread Meats Bread on their wins!”

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