Discover the finest hamburger in the Canary Islands, available in 3 Tenerife towns

The IV Spanish Hamburger Championship has revealed the best hamburger in Spain and in the Canary Islands.

The IV Spanish Hamburger Championship, renowned for selecting the nation’s top burgers, has crowned the winner of this year’s edition: the Old School 1980 burger from Argentinos Burger, situated in A-Estrada, Galicia.

The climactic showdown of the 4th Spanish Burger Championship, hosted at the Estrella Galicia MEGA Museum, was brimming with tension and anticipation. Among the 15 finalists, including a contender from Tenerife, each crafted their delectable burgers for a distinguished panel of judges.

The jury, comprising Madrid Fusión president Don Jose Carlos Capel, gastronomic advocate Doña Alejandra Ansón, and Michelin-star chefs Don Pepe Solla of Casa Solla, Don Fernando Agrasar of As Garzas, and Doña Iría Espinosa of Arbore da Veira, conducted a blind tasting. Despite the tight competition, the verdict was rendered:

Best Hamburger Spain Winners

  • 1st Place: Argentinos Burger (A-Estrada, Galicia) for their Old School 1980 burger
  • 2nd Place: Festin (Barcelona, Catalonia) for their La Duquesa burger
  • 3rd Place: Soul Coffee Beer (Paiporta, Comunidad Valenciana) for their Hey R Burger

Best Hamburger of the Canary Islands

Discover the finest hamburger in the Canary Islands, available in 3 Tenerife towns

  • 1st Place: Mostazza for the Golden Burger, located in Santa Úrsula, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  • 2nd Place: La Quícara for the Agusta burger, situated in Las Palmas, Canary Islands
  • 3rd Place: Oh! Qué Bueno for the Tartufa burger, found in Las Palmas, Canary Islands

The Golden Burger, comprised of a Potato Rolls brioche bun, 200g of Dry Aged beef aged for 60 days, creamed corn, red cheddar cheese, Monterey Jack cheese, house sauce, crispy bacon, gherkin jam, and pepperoni topping, accompanied by fries, is priced at 15 euros. This tantalizing creation is available at Mostazza Beer Restaurante, with branches in Santa Úrsula, Icod de los Vinos, and now Caletillas (Candelaria) on the island of Tenerife.

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