The third venture from the people behind cult burger van the MEATWagon, MEATMarket is a cafe and takeaway that offers a mouthwatering selection of burgers, fries and milkshakes.
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Not a bad burger, but it won't blow you away. I had the Black Palace burger and the grilled onions were lacking a bit in flavour (I didn't think that was possible for onions) and although the meat was juicy and plentiful, it was a bit on the bland side of things. Better off going to Honest Burgers (sooooo much better) or even Byron's down the street.more
Look - this place may be cheesy/corny, and it may not be uber stylish, and no, their burgers aren't quite a shack stack or a beloved 4x4 animal style, but the burgers are great (at least in the american sense, which is very obviously what they're going for) and the chili fries honestly feel like they're from the other side of the Atlantic.
I will say this though -- who honestly thinks hard...more
This is my second favourite place for burgers in London. Trying to be a cool, ironic take on American burger joints with random signage hidden away on the 1st floor of the Jubilee market in Covent Garden. The burgers are great, get a Dead Hippie with secret burger sauce and a bowl of fries, all served in fast food style wraps and on a plastic tray. Grab a beer or an unlimited soda and you...more
For British burgers this was a good shout, but as an ex-pat it doesn't cut it against the big-league food chains like Five Guys and Elevation. Nice and dirty how I like my burgers, but a bit too much mustard and not enough cheese. The meat was good but not as juicy as I'd like it, though with the bun included it was a very tasty package. All in all not disappointed by the (otherwise) good...more
I really want to love this place ...
I mean #Meateasy was the best burger joint in town and meatLiquor just plan rules as an overly hip burger joint in weird industrial feeling back street (surely the definition of cool).
But MeatMarket with its personal ads hanging from the ceiling which read like the kind of funny lines thought up by 40 something execs who think they're being cool and...more