Byron Proper Hamburgers 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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24 - 28 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DT
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I met a few friends here as i was in the mood for a good burger and had heard they were pro-movember which i'm (trying my hardest) to take part in. The place was busy when we arrived but the wait for a table was only 5 minutes, first things to notice were the atmosphere, busy but the staff didn't seemed too rushed or brushing by tables rapidly. Our waitress was pleasant, up for a bit of a...more
If I crave a burger (once in 3 months) I go to Byron. There is no way I would let the calories go to waste in another place but this.
I go for the medium rare - the meat is good quality so I'm not worried. You can ask the waiter if you're unsure that it's a good idea and they'll recommend.
This or any other branch don't look fancy, but trust me the meat for the burgers would out-fancy your...more
We've stumbled into this Burger place as it was raining and we did not want to go any further. It was ok. The burgers sit a bit lonely on the big plates, as we had to order everything else (like the usual chips) separately. We had the veggie burger with goats' cheese and a normal burger. They were ok as well. There is not really anything wrong with them, but they were not amazing either. The...more
Good but not great. Everything was fine but not astonishing. I really don't know if that should be a 3 or 4 stars: the burger was good and the onion rings okay. I tried the "Byron" burger, assuming that was there signature burger but it was a pretty regular burger. Next time I will try the cheese burger.
I tried Byron and GBK both once and I clearly preferred GBK.more
I'll keep this simple. I *love* Byron. Their burgers are fucking delicious. Probably the best in London. Sure, you think they're pretty good the first time, but once you have that medium rare perfection a second time, you're hooked.
I've never needed Five Guys or In-N-Out less. Byron's THAT good.more