From Krispy Kreme Bagel Burgers and Blue Drunken Onion Burgers to unusual flavour combos with all the extras, we've compiled the most bananas burgers in Cardiff. You won't get bored making your way through this lot!

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Originally starting life as a pop-up, Got Beef tested the market and its menu before opening its first restaurant on Whitchurch Road. As a result, Got Beef has developed a solid brand, a tempting menu and the ultimate burger recipe. This wacky concoction you see before you is their Heisenberger - Blue Drunken Onions, Blue Cheese and Bacon. Yes it's freaking blue, and you need it.

Read more about Got Beef - Heisenberger

Since 2015, Bwydiful's bright orange stall has been a well-loved fixture at events all around the 'Diff, and now they're a permanent fixture - hurrah! They like to treat us each month with a top-notch special. May's was a real favourite - The Bondaful, a collaboration with Keralan Karavan. Crispy onion bhaji, flavour-packed potato bonda and a smothering of sauces in a fresh Pettigrew Bakeries ciabatta. Plant-based perfection!

Read more about Bwydiful - Monthly Special

They not only allow you to build your own burger here – they positively expect you to. With so many combinations of bread, beef and toppings, you could come here every week for years and never have the same thing twice; they claim 400,000 possible combos. They encourage you to name your creation, too. It's a fun spin on quality food: the burgers are beautifully irregular, being shaped by hand, and made of well-aged meat. Look out for surprising items on the menu, too.

Read more about Time & Beef - Build your own!

Frequently named as Cardiff’s best burger joint and we can see why thanks to the emphasis on fast but fresh food using quality local produce. Owners Lu and Dunc offer a bit of cheeky charm with burger names like Bunga Bunga, Spicy Uncle Pedro and Naughty Shepherd – and all can be made with a chicken or veggie/vegan burger if you don’t fancy beef. The one to look out for is their signature breakfast burger though. A Welsh beef patty topped with smoked bacon, black pudding, cheese and a fried egg, all sandwiched between their bakers fresh baps. Oooh, cheeky.

Read more about The Grazing Shed - Breakfast Burger

It would be fair to say that the humble bagel is the Bagel and Burger Kitchen’s crowning glory, but make no mistake - their burgers are top notch. With constant specials donning the menu it's worth checking their FB page for their latest crazy creation. But we had to share one of our most recent favourites with you, check out the Krispy Kreme Burger.

Read more about The Bagel and Burger Kitchen - Krispy Kreme Burger

Visit either of their two bars (in Cardiff and Newport), and expect a selection of outstanding indie beers from a myriad of Craft Breweries, a bounty of slow-cooked temptation (we recommend their down-and-dirty burgers or hot-and-messy pizzas) and a properly tidy time. The most unusual burger by far is the Mac Burger - A beef patty topped with mac 'n' cheese and slathered in bbq sauce, nawty!

Read more about Tiny Rebel Cardiff - Mac Burger

Late last year saw meat aficionados, Hoof, move into the newly resurrected, and already much loved indoor street food market, Sticky Fingers. Heading up the exciting new pop-up are Dusty Knuckle's Phil Lewis and John Cook of Cardiff's Arbenning. Together they have created a meat lover’s paradise. This filthy little number comes stuffed with slow cooked beef Ragu, smashed hash browns, cheese, pickles and their banging burger sauce.

Read more about Hoof - Dirty Hoof

Published -19th August 2019