Burger fans rejoice, as there's a day entirely dedicated to burgers this month.
National Cheeseburger Day takes place on September 18, and it aims to celebrate everything that's great about the humble meat patty.
From classic buns to monster munches – everyone likes something different when it comes to a burger.
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But, it turns out, when it comes to what makes the cut as the best – Brits actually prefer gourmet grub.
To mark the day of the patties, the Daily Star asked Artificial Intelligence (AI) to rate the UK's top burgers, and not one fast food chain popped up.
Instead, it was the posher providers of buns that came out on top when asked where was best to pick up a great burger.
We asked Chat GPT to tell us where to find the best cheeseburgers in the UK – and the answers may surprise you.
If you want to feast on the best, you'll have to step away from the fast food chains.
None the less, if you're going to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day, you may as well do it in style.
Here are the top five spots to grab a burger, according to AI.
Honest Burgers is known for its high-quality British ingredients and delicious cheeseburgers.
They offer a classic Honest Burger with their signature rosemary fries.
Byron Burger offers a range of cheeseburgers, including their classic "Byron" with American cheese, as well as more inventive options like the "B-Rex" with bacon, cheese and onion rings.
Five Guys allows you to customise your cheeseburger with various toppings and sauces, making it a favourite for those who enjoy a personalised burger experience.
Shake Shack's cheeseburger, the "ShackBurger", is a popular choice with a juicy beef patty, American cheese, lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce.
Burger & Lobster
While known for lobster, Burger & Lobster also serves a delicious cheeseburger with a 6oz beef patty, lettuce, tomato and cheese.
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