The term hamburger comes from the word “Hamburg”, the second largest city in Germany, from which many immigrants left for the United States and brought with them the typical method of cooking meats from Northern Europe.
The “hamburger steak” (by its original name) became more and more lucky, until it became the most popular dish in the New World. Today, the hamburger has been as successful as pizza, and you can find it throughout the whole world.
In Florence, the hamburger (and American cuisine in general) has captivated everyone. However, it is important to distinguish the really authentic places where you can taste the highest quality of hamburger from the regular fast-food chains.
Here are 5 reasons why the hamburgers at Red Garter are better than the rest:
- Red Garter’s hamburgers are made fresh daily using only high-quality Italian meat. We do not employ the practice of using frozen meats like other chain restaurants.
- Fresh products keep their consistent state and authentic flavor…and you can taste the difference!
- We follow the original traditional recipes. There are a multitude of choices at your disposal, from the Rodeo Burger with onion rings, or the Mexican burger with its famous guacamole sauce. All to taste for those who have not tried them yet!
- They are available in more sizes! The hamburger adapts to the stomach of the person eating it and not the other way around. Burgers at Red Garter are served in 3 different sizes chosen by the customer: from a regular hamburger (150 grams) for those who want to try more than one or have a smaller appetite, up to the giant-sized XXL burger (550 grams) for the more courageous eaters.
- NOT JUST FOR MEAT-EATERS: Red Garter has a hamburger for everyone. For those who prefer other options, we’ve got the Veggie Burger (100% vegetarian) waiting for you, or the Salmon Burger made from excellent Norwegian salmon.
- PRICE: Even with the high quality premium ingredients and the prestigious location in the heart of the city center, Red Garter continues to dedicate itself to the task of keeping fair menu prices that are accessible to all.
What else is there to add? You’ve got to try it to believe it.