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Awesome limited edition burgers to try in Hong Kong

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Holly Graham
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A flurry of fancy burgers are hitting Hong Kong restaurants, from gourmet treats to junior masterchef creations. Here's a drool-worthy peek at the patties.

beef and liberty krug mushroom burger

As part of the From Forest to Fork event in which unusual foods are paired with Krug champagne, Krug Ambassador and Beef & Liberty's group executive chef Uwe Opocensky, has created a seriously posh burger, worthy of a champagne pairing. This mushroom-based offering is packed with wild mushrooms, duck, duck egg and truffle, making for an earthy, gamey dining experience that perfectly pairs with bubbles. Front up $1,388 and you'll bag two burgers and a bottle of Krug Grande Cuvee. Bargain. Available at all Beef & Liberty branches from September 4 - October 3.

the fat french burger

The Le Bistro pop-up in the lounge of Philippe Orrico's Michelin-starred On Dining Kitchen and Lounge is serving up a decadent burger dubbed The Fat French. The temporary Parisian-style bistro's creation is made up of two 110g patties of grass-fed beef, French cheese, a rich Bordelaise bone marrow sauce and foie gras, sandwiched in a toasted, house-made brioche bun made with yellow wine. No salad to be seen here and you'll likely need a knife and fork for this one.

butchers club molten chick

In a partnership with the ESF Junior Masterchef competition, The Butchers Club Burger gave three youngsters the chance to create a new burger. The result was The Molten Chick by Fiona Chiu (15), Sarah Thomas (11) and Meryl Lam (11). The creation features a minced, free-range chicken thigh patty, seasoned with fresh thyme and lemon zest. The molten moniker is a nod to the melty mozzarella cheese with chopped fresh basil, wrapped in smoked streaky bacon stuffed inside the patty. That's not all - it's topped with charred bell peppers and cacciatore sauce, served on a bed of rocket in a honey-mustard smeared bun. Good job, kids!

Looking for more burgers? Check out our Best Burgers in Hong Kong feature. 

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