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Food for the Week: Burger

I have come to realize that I do my best to post something new once a week. Since I didn't try any exciting restaurants this week or visit any cool place, I will highlight one food that people seems to love so much: Burgers!

From fast food joints to high-end restaurants burger is a menu item that seems to always be there. Below are some of the burgers I have tried over the last six months in Lower Mainland BC.

Bacon Cheeseburger
Five Guys at 635 Robson Street Downtown Vancouver

The Legendary
White Spot at Bridgeport, Richmond

Old Style Bacon Cheddar
Fatburger at 111 Dunsmuir Street Downtown Vancouver

QE Burger
Seasons in the Park at Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver

Burger and Fries
George's Taverna at 3760 Moncton Street, Steveston Richmond

Bacon Cheeseburger
Triple O at River Rock Casino Resort

If I have to select my top 3 burgers, it'll be from Five Guys, Fatburger, and Triple O. How about you? What's your favorite burger? Comment below.

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