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Burger love: World’s top 17 places to eat in before you die

Here's a guide to the best places in the world where you can find a top-notch hamburger.

The hamburger might be one of the most quintessentially American foods but who cares! We all love it. A good burger—whether traditional or experimental—is a wonderful thing. Here's a guide to the best places in the world where you can find a top-notch hamburger.

Acadia, Chicago: This Michelin star fine-dining restaurant run is famous for its gourmet Acadia Burger, which comes topped with a bacon-and-onion jam and two strong cheeses. (Photo: Anthony Tahlier/ Facebook)

Flippin’ Burgers, Stockholm: The six burgers available here (one is a veggie burger) are as plain as they come. But their toppings, like cream cheese, pickled onion, caramelised onion and pickled jalapeño totally makes up for it. (Photo: Flippin’ Burgers/Facebook)

Royale Eatery, Cape Town: They believe that they can make your soul tingle and your dreams come true with their 'The Wagyu' burger. A tall claim, but what have you got to lose? (Photo: @maggiemaz/Instagram)

Blacows, Tokyo: They offer 15 different but carefully composed burgers, each with its own specialised toppings. The Japanese Black Wagyu beef patties is one of the best. (Photo: Benedict Cheung/Facebook)

Bourbon Steak, San Francisco: Their unctuous version of a burger is one of the best you will ever have. Basted in bordelaise butter, the burger comes with tasty toppings like roasted garlic aioli and creamy Quadrello di Bufala cheese. (Photo: Bourbon Steak & Pub/Facebook)

Ellipsis, Mumbai: This Colaba restaurant offers 'The Animal Burger' and it's a mean, mean burger made of soft brioche buns, a lamb patty, pickled tomatoes, cucumbers and onions, melty cheddar and of course their addictive animal sauce. (Photo: Ellipsis/Facebook)

Fergburger, Queenstown: This New Zealand eatery is popular among Kiwis. In non-vegetarian, try out their Little Lamby or the Big Al and in vegetarian the Bun Laden burger is a hit. (Photo from L to R: Gareth Mack/ Facebook)

Hamborgarafabrikkan, Reykjavík: Their Miss Reykjavík, a chicken burger topped with mango-yogurt salsa is a must-try but if you want something really meaty, then go for their 'The Factory' burger, a quarter pound of Icelandic beef topped with cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion and the Factory sauce. (Photo: Íslenska Hamborgarafabrikkan/Facebook)

The Hungry Monkey, New Delhi: Their Goan Chorizo burger is a must-have. The combination of chorizo, arugula and garlic mayonnaise in slider buns will leave you craving for more. (Photo: The Hungry Monkey/Facebook)

Minetta Tavern, New York: This Michelin star-rated tavern has been around since 1937. Their best burger is the $30 Black Label burger. (Photo: Ashley Noelle Carter/Facebook)

Cafe Thulp, Bengaluru: Life is too short to have bad food. Try out their Moo Burger with cheese. You will love it. (Photo: Clint Carlton/Facebook)

Sackville’s, London: Their over-the-top George’s Black burger or the even more outrageous Sackville burger is quite a treat for the senses. (Photo: Sackville's W1/Facebook)

Superiority Burger, New York: Their veggie $6 Superiority Burger was named the best in the world in 2015. (Photo: Superiority Burger/Instagram)

The Butcher’s Club Burger, Hong Kong: If you love bacon, their bacon cheeseburger made from Australian Black Angus beef will give you a foodgasm. Also, on the must-have list are the Wu Tang Style Burger and Hogtown burgers. (Photo: FINDS/Facebook)

The Holyrood 9A, Edinburgh: This place boasts of twenty different burgers and the beef comes from the award-winning scottish butcher Simon Howie. Together, they create an exclusive patty recipe. Sounds interesting, right? Try out their signature burger—the Holyrood. (Photo: The Holyrood 9A/Facebook)

Buns, Berlin: Even though its just a food truck, Buns Mobile in Berlin makes a mean burger. The secret? They source the meat from Brandenburg and only use fresh, seasonal ingredients. (Photo: Buns/Facebook)

Hamburgueria do Bairro, Lisbon: This eatery attracts local fanaticism for their 15 burgers, four of which are vegetarian. (Photo: Facebook)