5 Great London Burgers
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With tourists visiting London on a mission to sightsee, the incredible food scene there might sometimes fall by the wayside. Luckily, we have chosen the top 5 burger joints in the area from lists like Zagat, TimeOut, and Esquire, for you to enjoy some of juicy meats London has to offer:
Bar Boulud: Located in the Mandarin Hotel, Bar Boulud’s menu will provide you with a great burger. Some of the options include the Frenchie, with beef and pork belly, Dijon, tomato compote, and cheese on a peppered bun, or the BB burger with red wine braised short ribs truffle, foie gras, horseradish mayo confit with tomatoes on a black onion seeded bun.
Honest Burgers: With a menu looking like a diagram, Honest Burgers allows diners to make their burgers to their liking. However, most go for the classic ginger dry aged beef with red onion relish, lettuce, cheese and toppings like smoked bacon and pickled cucumbers.
Byron: Byron’s burgers give patrons an array of burger options for them to choose from, like the classic 6 ounce with lettuce, tomato, onions and mayo, the beef burger with green chili, cheese, shredded iceberg lettuce and chipotle mayo, or Byron’s house burger with dry cured bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion and their signature Byron sauce.
Meat Liquor: With their food menu called Meat Menu, Meat Liquor’s burger choices are bound to satisfy any diner. Their classic bacon cheeseburger topped with pickles, lettuce, mustard and ketchup is almost as great as their ‘Dead Hippie’ with two beef patties, lettuce, cheese, pickled and white onions all covered in the dead hippie sauce. And if you’re in the mood for a great side, the deep fried pickles with blue cheese dip sounds phenomenal.
MEATmarket: Similar in their menu options to Meat Liquor, the MEATmarket encourages guests to enjoy their burgers with some liquid comfort. Their drink menu is just as extensive as their meat menu, which has all their burgers made with two full beef patties, like the Black Palace burger with cheese, pickles, grilled white onions, ketchup and mustard, the Double Bubble burger with cheese, pickles, minced white onions, ketchup and mustard, or their Philly cheesesteak with cheese, peppers and onions.
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