Byron sources its beef from fully traceable, grass fed Aberdeen Angus herds, exclusively from Scotland, with soft buns baked daily by a 4th generation family baker in the East End.
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This was my first time in Byron after hearing so many amazing things about it and it didn't disapoint! I went in by myself with a half hour lunch break and the staff were quick and friendly and the food was delicious! i got the Byron Burger and Courgette Fries and it was just amazing. 10/10!more
Burgers took 25 min to arrive but at least they were small and bland so now we've decided never to come back. Ah and the manager didn't care whatsoever.more
I used to be a big fan of Byron as a carnivore (their blue cheese burger is ace!), but last night was the first time I hit up Byron as a veggie. Firstly, Byron get brownie points for being open at 9pm on a Sunday night, so if you crave a good burger to drown your pre-Monday blues in, Byron is the one.
I had a veggie burger (the only burger option on the menu) and courgette fries. I'm pretty...more
In anticipation of my London trip, I indulged my obsession with The Londoner and had a look at all her eating places. I eyed up Patty & Bun, Porky's, Five Guys, Byron...amongst a few others. The focus really was on a good burger. I'm not a huge burger fan, mainly as I can't seem to finish one, but recently I've got a real taste for them. Byron was the first burger joint in London to meet the...more
In London for a few days, we were wandering around Leicester Square for kicks, and wandered upon this joint. We were jetlagged and tired, and burgers fit the bill for an easy meal. I will say that it was expensive, but since we're paying in pounds, everything is expensive with the exchange rate being what it is.
In any case...burgers very good quality and cooked to perfection. I had a...more