You are reading the #1 Honest Burger Review site on the web. Our mission is to stomach the worst burgers in the world in an effort to find the best burgers for you. We eat those crappy (and great), self-proclaimed, and/or locally-reviewed, best cheeseburgers, so you don't have to! All burger reviews contained herein are dead, freaking accurate and honest.
This is the culmination of a 10-year quest to find the best cheeseburger in the United States of America.
This started off as Pete Neumann's search for a great steak, but along the way, the realization was that steaks weren't quite complicated enough. Instead, he shifted the focus to cheeseburgers, which were like steaks on a bun with some extras. Fat Bruce Lee insisted that Pete document the quest, and after the usual resistance and whining, TheBurgerReview.com was born.
How We Roll
The Burger Busters roll hard, fast, and consistently. When we sample a cheeseburger, we sample the pure cheeseburger. Bun, meat, and cheese--that's it. Burgers are made of cows--cows eat vegetables so that we can eat burgers. Green stuff on the side. NO ketchup--if a burger needs ketchup, then that burger needs to go straight into the trash.All joking aside--we sample the cheeseburger in its most basic form, because if the bun, meat, and cheese aren't in balance and of a high quality, then there's no point in going any further with it. Eating a weak burger with a tasty sauce means that you are eating a weak burger.
We are disciplined and methodical when we rate a cheeseburger...we take the following criteria into account:
- Preparation and Handling
- Meat to Bun Ratio
We pull no punches. A cheeseburger is a remarkably simple thing to prepare well and with consistency. We are cruel but fair. If an establishment serves a good burger, we will lavish praise on them. If an establishment serves a crappy burger, we will decry that burger's suckiness.
On the subject of fries and sides...it's fine if they are good, but the point of this is the burgers. If you like fries so much, then you should start a blog called FryBusters.
If you serve a great burger or know of one, please email us at email@example.com