1 Rutland Place, Edinburgh
Situated underneath Kyloe steak restaurant, their burgers are made with top quality steak mince. Two thin patties with toppings like blue cheese, and grilled to BBQ'd perfection. Or
take a fry out of Yelper Jennie S's basket and try the Chicago Dog (or BLT, or Chilli Dog...)
Burger Meats Bun
42A West Regent Street, Glasgow
Verging on an industrial American theme, this den is definitely all about the burger. Dreamt up by two Michelin-starred chefs, they pride themselves on using high quality local ingredients from local suppliers. Make sure you get a side of the chips - hand cut and double fried.
Middle Meadow Walk, Edinburgh
This stand serves up hot dogs with a difference: high quality sausages from Crombie's, and their own recipes using Brew Dog beers. Rumour has it they even do haggis toppings, and a full Sunday Roast dog!
369 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
As Martyn M proclaims: "Americans do their pizza well, and so NY Slice is on the ball!" You can choose from a ready-made pizza or order one to be made fresh. Also on the menu are calzone, pasta and subs.
The City Café
19 Blair Street, Edinburgh
This place is decked out like a 50s diner and they serve "maHOOsive" breakfasts (just ask Yelper Sara C). Or try the milkshakes (including alcoholic ones "for the hair of the dog"). Grease lightning ain't got nothing on Auld Reekie.
102 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow
This popular spot is easy to find - just look for the New York police car or Vespa out front! You'll find US-inspired breakfasts including a stack of pancakes and a giant five-egg omelette which John M says is "huge and tasty".
New York Steam Packet
31 Rose Street Lane, Edinburgh
This blink-and-you'll-miss-it BYOB restaurant offers a massive feed of three courses for £15. Choose from mussells, potato skins, cajun salmon, or "a serious steak overdose". And for desserts don't miss the Dime Bar cheesecake.
111 Hope Street, Glasgow
This bar/diner offers a New York menu featuring Waldorf salad, hot salt beef and Manhattan chowder. Make sure you get a booth - "big and that old-school style where you can see into the kitchen".
7 St Stephen Street, Edinburgh
When it comes to burgers, Conrad R knows what he wants: "The bun should be soft and lightly toasted; the meat slightly spicy and cooked medium well." Served with yummy shakes and a tray of condiments.
44 Ashton Lane, Glasgow
With a whopping 28 burgers on the menu plus daily specials you'll have a tough time deciding, and with their own ketchup to lather your burger in, you'll be glad you can buy a bottle of your own to take home.