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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Jubilee MarketTavistock Street, Covent GardenLondonWC2E 8BE
I have heard so many things about the Meat chain of restaurants and kept forgetting about this little gem tucked in behind Covent Garden. I think it's because it's tucked away upstairs above the market itself. This isn't a place for fine dining. It's a place for stuffing your face with some of the most inventive burgers around. I kind of wanted a hot dog but who goes to a burger place and...more
Wowowwowwowowowwowowow. I love it here. The burgers are insanely good. Fries alright. And the vanilla milkshake with getting fat for. I almost got two. Then I remembered I like being slim.more
Meatmarket was a fast paced, crammed dining experience, but I blooming loved it.
We had got in here late on a Friday night after travelling down from Glasgow, and were gagging for a burger. Meatmarket delivered.
The decor is wild - it's a bit spit and sawdust, with basic furniture, a stripped down, minimalist effect and all the feel of a fast paced food bartering system. Trendy, arty,...more
I kept hearing how MEATmarket is the place for burgers in London...and I will say that I was not disappointed. The burgers here are fresh, juicy and are delicious! It was £8 for a cheeseburger (two patties) and I thought it was pretty good value considering other places charge £9 for a burger with one patty.
The fries were really good and I loved how if you bought a soft drink it was...more
I'm starting to get sick of burgers...went to Honest Burger on Monday and Tuesday came to this place. I mean, not long ago I was at Five Guys + Shake Shack and there's still a long list of burger places to try, what to do?? Surely I cannot live out my life purely on more burgers?
First impression: Hmm this place was a bit hard to find, even with google maps on the phone. Vaguely knew it was...more