The hamburger first appeared in the 19th or early 20th century and it has become a very popular dish ever since. Its exact origin remains unknown, some historians believe that a cook in Texas placed a Hamburg steak between two slices of bread and that’s how the hamburger was invented. The truth is there is not much information to prove where or when it was invented.
All we know is that hamburgers are absolutely delicious and there are restaurants all over the world that offer different kinds of burgers made with unique and mouthwatering ingredients.
This restaurant which opened in February 2001 has become quite popular in New Zealand. One of the most famous burgers is called the Mr. Big Stuff made with 1/2 lb of prime New Zealand beef topped with melted cheddar cheese, American streaky bacon and barbecue sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion and aioli. Wow, that looks great!
Stock & Barrel
This restaurant located in Knoxville, Tennessee, uses fresh, local ingredients in all of their menu options. According to their official website thestockandbarrel.com, “Our restaurant implements a farm-to-table concept where we work with farms and businesses around the Knoxville area to promote local economic sustainability within the community.” Their burgers are famous for being the “locally grown” gourmet, craft burgers.