|Alternative names||Chorizo burger|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Boracay|
|Serving temperature||hot, warm|
|Main ingredients||Chorizo, banana ketchup, mayonnaise, and atchara.|
A chori burger, also known as a chorizo burger, is a Filipino hamburger characteristically made with chorizo (longganisa) patties, banana ketchup, mayonnaise, and atchara, in addition to tomatoes and lettuce. It was first popularized by Merly's BBQ, a street food stall in the island of Boracay in the Philippines. A version of the burger with a half-longganisa and half-beef patty from Jeepney Restaurant was declared the best burger in New York City in Time Out's 2014 "Battle of the Burgers" competition.