Ladies and gentlemen, it is my great pleasure to inform you that the quest for the best burger in Riga...
Honestly, did you think I would find it at Grila Burgers? A shabby place with furniture that looks like it was found on the street, and with wall art that accidentally promotes Burger King? No, didn't think so. It's not that Grila Burgers is bad, it's just very forgettable. A classic in Sweden is when parents raise money for the kids' soccer club by flipping burgers on the grass next to the field when their 10-year-olds are playing a tournament. That's the quality level of Grila Burgers. If only they could be more adventurous with the burger dressing. The current one is almost indiscernible from regular ketchup. And as usual, the kebab is slightly better, but it would still make any Turk go ”excuse me, miss, I'm sure this is very nice, but where is the kebab I ordered?”
Considering the looks of the place, and the low prices, it's obvious that Grila Burgers has set quite low standards for themselves. At least they don't fail to live up to them.