If you live in Nottingham, Annie’s Burger Shack will need no introduction. The humongous burgers are a city staple and getting a table at Annie’s often requires a small act of wizardry.
I’ve been to Annie’s about half a dozen times now, and I’ve enjoyed munching my way through their huge menu. From the roast dinner burger to a burger topped with pancakes, bacon and maple syrup, these burgers are anything but boring.
That said, on this visit I went for a simple option. Since it was only midday I didn’t fancy a belly-busting burger, so I opted for a hotdog instead. It wasn’t the most exciting thing I’ve eaten at Annie’s, but it was still very tasty and a bargain lunch at only £6.90.
My all-time favourite Annie’s burger is the Kogumaza, which is a combination of satay and coconut. Delicious!
Annie’s also has a bar downstairs where you can play table football and drink root beer (or actual beer) to your heart’s content. I’m not a beer drinker myself but I’m reliably informed that there’s a great selection.
If you’re ever in Nottingham I would highly recommend a visit to Annie’s – just make sure you book a few weeks in advance!