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Street Burgers is in Latvia born burger joint concept. For cooking we use only highest quality ingredients - such as grass fed beef from Latvian farmers, bread from local bakery, fresh salad and vegetables, free range eggs, etc. Wide choice of local and craft beers around the world starting from EUR 2,50 for pint , good selection of spirits and cocktails, as well as delicious shakes and smoothies. During warm season we also have nice and spacey OUTDOOR TERRACE in oldest market square in Riga.
Great selection of burgers and fries. We chose 4 different burgers and everyone highly satisfied with their choices. The burgers were tasty and well presented. I had the pulled pork burger and it was divine.
Found this here on TripAdvisor while looking for somewhere to eat while in Riga. What a lovely place! Calm and cozy atmosphere, beautiful surroundings and great but inexpensive food.
We also spoke in English and had no trouble making our order.
Couldn't fault the food at all! Good choice of burgers and sides (large), plus drinks all at excellent prices. Interior is done out nicely and the place has a nice feel to it. Definitely not to be passed by!
Visited on 01.03.2020.
Burgers were amazing and the atmosphere was nice too. I also had a milkshake which was to die for.
Only thing I could think to add would be moist towelettes as the food is messy!!
In februari 2020 we (parents, two children (15/19)) made a city-trip to Riga for 6 days. We flew from Belgium to Riga and stayed in the old city-centre of Riga.
It seems the world only eats burgers: there are too many burgerjoints in Riga, and...we tried three of them (skip the Hesburger and t.g.i. Fridays). This was by far the best of them: great and juicy burgers with a lot of flavour, a good atmosphere at the counter and whole restaurant and reasonably priced. By the way: skip the Fritz-drinks: they are too expensive compared to the alternatives. The menu (or combi) on the wall is confusing: could use some improvement.More