Butcher & Singer's Upscale Burger - It's luxuriously meaty and well-charred; not over-complicated but enhanced with English cheddar and fried onions. The burger itself—a sprawling $12 behemoth of ground dry-aged steak scraps blanketed in English cheddar and crisp fried onion, tormentingly juicy, and just a little funky. All this comes with a huge mountain of fries. This is defiantly the place, for those seeking an upscale steakhouse burger without breaking the bank, look no further than a Butcher and Singer.

Butcher & Singer

1500 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-732-4444

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