Twitter Has Decided It Hates Brioche Burger Buns. But Do You Agree?

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Photo credit: Getty/@JacobiteJen
Photo credit: Getty/@JacobiteJen

BBQ season is officially upon us, and we’re thrilled, quite frankly. We love hot dogs, grilled halloumi, veggie kebabs, chicken drumsticks and, of course, burgers.

But the eternal question is, what do you serve your burgers in? Is it a seeded roll like a good old fashioned burger van? Or do you tend to get all fancy-pants with a buttery, slightly sweet brioche bun?

If you’re a fan of the latter, get ready to feel the wrath of Twitter.

Apparently, Twitter has finally snapped. The good people have decided that brioche buns are cancelled. That’s it… no questions asked… they’re just over.

It all started when @JacobiteJen tweeted about them. She said: restaurateurs.... “Please, please STOP selling us burgers in brioche buns. STOP. Nobody likes them. I mean nobody. I've never met anyone who said, "Oh I love a good brioche.” Just give us a good roll/bap/barm whatever your region calls it.”

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Well, this caused a right scene, and the tweet has so far had 1600 retweets, 22k likes and A LOT of comments.

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The majority agree with @JacobiteJen that brioche buns are best kept for sweet dishes like bread and butter pudding. But for the sake of fairness, we have to let you know that some people wholeheartedly disagree, and believe that brioche buns are the perfect vessel for a burger.

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