Although the quality has dropped in the last couple of years, Burger Bar is still a decent joint when craving fancy fast food. Designed by Snøhetta, this is not your usual burger joint. The place looks like something you would expect to find in Melbourne or New York, and has a quiet sense of coolness to it: the light bulbs from Frama being the obvious highlight.
The place oozes meat thanks to the open grill, but there’s also two vegetarian options on the menu, one being the Holy Cow, which is tasty enough to be ordered time and time again. It comes with a white bun, a big portobello mushroom, caramelised red onions and soft brie. I would also recommend opting for a side of sweet potato or hand-cut fries and the chipotle sauce. But you can also choose between a few other sauces, like blue cheese or mushroom – a little more exciting than your normal ketchup, that’s for sure!
Burger Bar offers cocktails upstairs, and some unusual international beers downstairs. Personally I like the vibe on the ground floor the best, and would rather go elsewhere for my shaken drinks.