I guess that would have to be bacon and eggs - no meat!
I don't eat red meat but YES I DO eat bacon!
When I stopped red meat, I could not stop my bacon which I just love!
Other than that I like a vegetarian one with avocado and egg, but am fussy where I have this as some vegetarian ones are not so nice.
It might seem plain and simple, but I can't go past a chicken schnitzel burger. I love a schnitzel on a roll with a full salad, but I did once buy a schnitzel works from a takeaway shop, it was soooo much food. Schnitzel, onion, bacon, egg, pineapple (which I removed), beetroot, lettuce, tomato, carrot and cheese. It was great but only for an occasional treat.
I had to think about this because I don't have many burgers, apart from the occasional Hungry Jacks....and I mean very occasional. You don't get much choice with the fillings in their burgers. I think they have a meat patty with bacon, lettuce and tomato. I'm not sure if they have cheese. It's been a while. Apart from that, I don't really eat burgers.
I honestly cannot remember when I last had a burger! These are just something I don't think about having at all. I guess I would have to m ake my own so that I know exactly what is in it.
I would choose.... A lovely multi-seed bun plus very lean beef, tasty cheese, avocado, tomato, dijon mustard, lettuce, properly cooked bacon, and that would be enough for a full evening meal for me!! I may swap the mustard for home made chutney!!
I very rarely eat a burger because I find it too much to eat with all that bread in the bun as I get older. If I'm out & I have to eat something like that, I'd rather have an egg & bacon sandwich with sweet chilli sauce. (The best 1 we've eaten was at a Mittagong, (NSW) bakery on the same side of the road as the little church, & the worst 1 was in a very big cafe in Young, NSW, (For those who don't live in NSW!)
I prefer to make my own beef ones but must have tomato, lettuce, beetroot and bbq sauce on a brioche bun as I can't eat the normal hamburger bun. I did have a favourite beef burger (not like a lot of them that mix sausage mince with the beef) that my local charcoal chicken milkbar used to sell which was "the works" and included cheese, bacon, pineapple and egg with the usual fillings on a huge bun. Ahhh....those were the days🍔
On the rare occasions I too eat a burger I get the AUSSIE one from Hungry Jacks! It is not listed I know not why but they make it on request! The ones bought at fish and chips ones are good too. Real burgers, non of this cheap made to a price filled with air rubbish.