Burgers cooked on the barbecue, served in grilled ciabatta rolls with garlic mayo, cheddar, red onion, tomato, lettuce, and tomato relish. Fries and garlic mayo on the left. Salad and Waitrose Mexican slaw mixed with leftover raita on the right (Home meal)

For burgers we had one Quorn and one Linda McCartney, both chunky burgers that come in two packs from the fridge section. I think I preferred the Linda burgers texture, but the Quorn took to the BBQ better getting a nice smokey flavour.

Veggie burger featuring cheese and onion ring with fries (Brighton Burger, Brighton)

3/5 - I’m not a fan of these breadcrumbed vegetable burgers but I liked the delivery of this one and the price was right. It wasn’t good enough that I’d choose to go back for another, though.

Veggie burger featuring cheese and onion ring with fries (Brighton Burger, Brighton)

3/5 - I’m not a fan of these breadcrumbed vegetable burgers but I liked the delivery of this one and the price was right. It wasn’t good enough that I’d choose to go back for another, though.

Double garlic mayo vegetarian cheeseburger and fries (Schwartz Bros, Bath)

Possibly the best veggie burger I’ve ever had out and about. Highly recommended.

The Hipster burger: Caramelized onions, avocado & havarti cheese on a gourmet veggie burger with a side of poutine (The Works Burger, Toronto, Canada)

When I finally got my full appetite back in Toronto it was time for my last meal there, so I went for a big one. The Works has a long list of combos for burger toppings that I would have loved to try but I went for a fairly safe option. The burger itself was super thick, in fact I would have preferred it to have been smaller. The poutine wasn’t the best so I’d recommend just getting a side salad or something else light to accompany the gigantic messy burger.

My sides (Mishkins, Covent Garden).

Half n half of onion rings and chips. These chips were lovely, rustic and flavoursome. The onion rings were perfectly fine but not a stand out.

The spring greens were intended to be a refreshing addition to balance out the rich mac n cheese. Instead they were watery and tough, and lacking in flavour. And SUPER overpriced. In other words: avoid like the plague.

Poutine with onions, tomato, mushroom and Swiss cheese (Poutineville, Montreal, Canada)

At Poutineville the default gravy is vegetarian and you choose your toppings using a checklist. It wasn’t as tasty as La Banquise but still good.

Onion rings and fries in a bar in the Latin Quarter (Montreal, Canada)

Onion rings and fries in a bar in the Latin Quarter (Montreal, Canada)

"The Rachel" poutine - green peppers, onions and mushroom over chips, cheese curds and vegetarian gravy (La Banquise, Montreal, Canada)

Best. Poutine. Ever. Shoulda got the large.

Spinach, Brazil nut and mozzarella burger with fries and lemony mayo (Chez Victor, Quebec City, Canada)

I loved this place and it had four veggie burgers. I wished I had ordered a different one though! I didn’t love this. The mountain of great fries were effective consolation, though.

HANGER fries - CHEESE, SMOKEY ONIONS & BURGER SAUCE (The Diner, Shoreditch)

Tasty but went super soggy fast. Kind of a take on In n Out animal style fries.

HANGER fries - CHEESE, SMOKEY ONIONS & BURGER SAUCE (The Diner, Shoreditch)

Tasty but went super soggy fast. Kind of a take on In n Out animal style fries.

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