Burgers, sweet delicious burgers. We all want them, we all dream about them. Now all your burger dreams have come true with a mountain of mouthwatering burger deals up for grabs this week. 

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If you're in search of a symphony of flavours that sing in perfect harmony against a backdrop of heaven-sent music that guarantees you a good time, look no further than the Philharmonic. A legendary venue among Cardiff locals and newcomers to the city, the Philharmonic is truly an institution of Welsh food, drink and fun. Team Wriggle have certainly all enjoyed our fair share of hazy nights here. With a range of tempting menus to quench your cravings whether you're looking for cocktails, burgers, a casual bite to eat over a few drinks, a Sunday roast or a decadent bottomless brunch, the Philharmonic is the answer to all of your prayers.

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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! Their signature burgers feature local, independent produce and the best Welsh beef, from Farmer's Pantry at Rosedew Farm in Llantwit Major. Now you'll be able to enjoy their amazing artisan burgers whenever you fancy, and that, dear Wriggler, is excellent news.

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Steakout is your go-to steakhouse for a casual, relaxed evening out with amazing food. Whether you’re in the mood for extra delish burgers or simply delightful steaks with flavour-packed sauces to go with it, these guys have got something to satisfy all your cravings! We really recommend ordering the steaks, though, since these clever guys take your traditional steak, tenderise and marinate it to take it to a whole new level of tastiness. Wooden tables and comfy chairs set the mood for a more-than-filling meal; the kind you're still fondly dream of weeks later...

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Known (and rightly revered) until recently as the legendary Urban Taphouse, Tiny Rebel Cardiff is a pantheon of powerfully-hopped pintage and craftily-bottled beers. Nestled in the magnificent shadow of Cardiff's cathedral and chapel of Rugby (the towering Millennium Stadium and diminutive Cardiff Arms Park, respectively), this not-so-tiny redbrick cube is where those who believe in a beerier-brew really go to church. Exuding heritage, ambition and independence, Tiny Rebel Cardiff is as Welsh as the boys plying their trade on the pitches adjacent. And they have a strength of identity to match. Conceived in a garage in Newport in 2008 and with imaginations fired-up through retro computer games, 90's urban culture and a desire to break from the status-quo, these home-brew tearaways now have their very own brewery. And a stable of boundary-pushing craft beers which, since 2012, have been winning national awards for fun. And a scruffy-as-you-like, world beater of a mascot (the Tiny Rebel Bear). Not bad going. 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.

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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.

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Croeso, welcome to the Pitch Bar & Eatery. It's fiercely independent, passionate about delivering simple, honest, modern Welsh food. They make a real effort to seek the best, most mouth-watering ingredients that can be found locally from farmers, growers, makers and markets, fusing them together to create innovative flavours and fresh, vibrant, sumptuous dishes; putting their passion for your palate on a plate. Open from breakfast 'till cocktails daily, every dish they serve is lovingly handmade with heart from their beautiful spot on Mill Lane. Expect an array of traditional Welsh cuisine using locally-sourced produce, with the kitchen whipping up a selection of brunches, light snacks and small plates, plus a host of meaty grills including 8oz steaks. The restaurant also hosts cocktail masterclasses – be sure to bag a spot.

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At Stag Coffee, there is a strong emphasis on great affordable food, indulgent beverages and stags. Lots of them. Former manager of the Woodvill, Dave has thoroughly adorned the cafe with all things stag, lampshades, lamp bases, wallpaper, stag heads and a chandelier made from antlers. Dave says he borrowed the stag theme from the logo of a local barbers and with mains at under £5 this place is certainly a snip! The Stag uses Coal Town Roast, with 100% speciality grade Arabica coffee from South West Wales. Although they are thinking local here as the meat is sourced comes from Prings, the butcher's over the road, they certainly are acting globally with their world beating portion sizes. At Stag Coffee they call a mocha what we would normally refer to a coffee and chocolate milkshake with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles. "Lighter options" are their heavenly Chorizo Scrambled Eggs or Scotch Pancakes with eggs, Bacon and Maple syrup. Their burgers are fast swinging the heads of Cardiff foodies and the falafel too is crisp, golden and wonderfully spiced. Stag-gering!

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There's not many places in Cardiff where you'll have more fun of an evening than Brewhouse. From an epic array of live gigs and music nights to a banging menu selection ranging from wood-fired pizzas to properly tasty roast dinners, these guys have really got it all. Brewhouse do not allow under 18s, so you may be asked to show your ID on arrival.

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Published -15th August 2019