Tag: burgers

Smokin Brads

I’m just going to come out and say it, this is one of the best burgers I’ve had in the UK. It has it all: the smoke, the juice, the char, the ugliness. Yes, ugliness. The uglier and more smooshed (technical term) a burger is, the better. Smokin Brads has […]

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Flank at Market Hall

Market Hall at Victoria is a great little foodie hub, and sorely needed. When I first moved to London almost five years ago, Victoria was bereft of good places to eat and drink. Thankfully that’s changed and now there is a very Sydney-esque precinct of nice bars and restaurants as […]

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National Burger Day 2016

Yesterday I attended my third National Burger Day festival – and the realisation that you’re not just visiting London anymore sinks in when it’s the third time in a row you’ve visited an annual festival. After hours of agonising anticipation and menu-reading, my Partner in Crime and I arrived early; firstly because […]

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The Grey Horse – Burger

Having waxed lyrical about The Grey Horse and their stellar rib line up, how could my Partner in Crime and I refuse their Tuesday night deal of a burger, fries and a Beavertown for £10? A can of Beavertown alone would set you back at least a fiver at any […]

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Burger & Shake

In the rather unhappening little nook of Bloomsbury, I have passed a couple of times, Burger & Shake, and made the decision it needed to be explored. With its retro aesthetic and menu consisting of amazing sounding burgers, chicken wings and alcoholic shakes, it seemed I was in for a […]

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Burger Kult

After the bitter disappointment of burger number one, burger number two was naturally going to be better, even if it wasn’t spectacular, by default, it would be great… Burger Kult, located in The Mash Tun serves out burgers with kooky names. I order their equivalent of a cheeseburger with bacon […]