4 Plant-Based Cheeseburgers That Competing Their Beef Equivalents

4 Plant-Based Cheeseburgers That Competing Their Beef Equivalents

4 Plant-Based Cheeseburgers That Competing Their Beef Equivalents

These pleasing patties– each a meatless option with all the trimmings– taste like the genuine offer.

Double Great Hamburger at Monty’s Great Hamburger

Nodding to traditional roadside hamburger shacks like In-N-Out, this enthusiastic all-vegan chain serves Difficult Hamburger patties on potato buns topped with lettuce, tomato, grilled onions, pickles, home spread, and Follow Your Heart vegan cheese.

516 S. Western Ave., Koreatown.

Housemade Vegan Cheeseburger at Burgerlords

This traditional hamburger window in Chinatown’s Central Plaza, opened in 2015 by siblings Fred and Max Guerrero, makes its own vegan patties daily, utilizing barley, mushrooms, eggplant, leeks, chickpeas, cashews, and a mix of spices. Garnishes and bun? Kept basic to let the patty shine.

943 N. Broadway, Ste. 102, Chinatown.

The Bulls-Eye Hamburger at Tony’s Darts Away

Tony Yannow’s vegan-friendly craft beer club has no lack of treats (anything from buffalo wings to disco french fries), however severe cravings requires a twist on the Western Bacon Cheeseburger: 2 Difficult Hamburger patties, vegan bacon, vegan provolone, barbecue sauce, and frizzled onions.

1710 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank.

Double Hamburger at Modern Times Dankness Dojo

Made with Beyond Meat patties, smoked mushrooms, shallot jam, tomato spread, coconut-oil-based “American cheese,” pickles, and fried onion rings, the imposing hamburger at this taproom loads a punch.

832 S. Olive St., downtown.

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