fishburger

fishburger

(ˈfɪʃˌbɜːɡə)
n
(Cookery) a fishcake served inside a bun
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The hotel's dining room offered a choice of fishburger or cheeseburger for dinner, and the fishburger was usually unavailable.
MY friend got a fishbone stuck in her throat in Istanbul when we ate a fishburger from a barbecue grill off a boat on the Bosphorus Strait.
A quick stop at a renowned fast food emporium ended in gastronomic letdown as they served me up a fishburger which had the texture of biting into an old slipper the dog uses to chew on in its kennel.
For example, opting for a fishburger instead of a quarter-pounder with cheese can save you 127 calories and 9g of fat.
The most ubiquitous food of urbanized societies in the future may not be the hamburger, but the fishburger.
One of the popular myths is these fish swim along and all of a sudden they go through a turbine and they become hamburger or fishburger.
A HOUSEWIFE, who suffered an acute attack of gastro-enteritis shortly after eating a Moby Dick fishburger in an Eddie Rockets restaurant, has been awarded damages for personal injuries.
THERE is something unnerving about eating a fishburger while you're surrounded by more than 50,000 living, swimming, gill-flapping sea creatures.
One exhibitor even boasted of having developed a fishburger and brought it to market in only four weeks; a year ago, such haste wouldn't have been necessary.