How do you like your burger? Well done, medium, with a side of onion rings?

However you take your burger, here are five local restaurants that will surprise and delight you with their creative and flavorful burgers.

Katsu Burger Federal Way

For a unique burger experience, Katsu Burger is your destination. Inspired by Japanese-fusion cuisine, Katsu always uses honest ingredients, such as 100% natural beef and non-GMO ingredients.

The hand-formed burger contains miso seasoning and are built with Japanese breading and then fried to perfection. Each bite is a crunch into golden brown burger bliss.

The Tokyo Classic is the original Katsu burger that’s made with grass-fed beef katsu, Tonkatsu sauce and Japanese mayo. Some of the other burgers are made with different meats, such as the Ninja Deluxe (pork loin Katsu). Tofu, chicken and beef are some of the other protein options.

Of course, no burger meal is complete without a side of fries. Choose from sea salt, nori, curry and 12-spice fries at Katsu Burger. Other smaller bites include deep-fried croquette with potatoes, wasabi coleslaw and Japanese-style seaweed salad.

Burger Express

Burger Express recently unveiled a new menu with several mouth-watering burgers and sandwiches. The Locomotive is a big-time crowd pleaser with two patties and all the fixings.

Burger Express also makes the Iron Horse burger with bleu cheese, lettuce and tomato. Don’t forget to check out the burger of the month, which was recently a steak burger.

Other menu options include paninis, wraps, chicken meals and a variety of fries and onion rings.

Flame Burger Plus

This family-run restaurant grills its burgers to perfection over open flames. Packed with all the fixings, there’s a variety of burger creations to order, including Hawaiian, spicy, veggie and fish.

Burgers come with crinkle fries and special dipping sauce. Don’t forget to order shake with fresh fruit to go with that piping hot burger.

Monster Burgers

While Monster Burgers’ physical space is on the smaller side, its burgers are anything but. Big on size and flavor, the one-third pound Monster burger is made with natural grass-fed beef and comes with thick-cut fries. The burger sits on a sesame bun with lettuce, pickles, tomato, onion, bacon, Monterey and American cheese, mushroom, ketchup and mustard.

Other burger options include the ranch burger, avocado burger, country burger and a variety of beef and chicken teriyaki burgers. The restaurant also makes soups, rice, sandwiches and teriyaki bowls.

Billy McHale’s

Old-fashion American eats is the name of the game at Billy McHale’s.

The one-third pound patties are made with 100% lean beef and served on a brioche bun. It’ll be difficult to pick just one. This restaurant serves up more than a dozen burgers, including a bacon cheeseburger, mushroom and California burger.

The Burger of the Gods is topped with cheddar cheese and features award-winning pulled pork, fried onion crisps, red onions, tomatoes and lettuce. Gluten-free bread and impossible burgers are also made to order.