From the people behind MEATliquor, MEATmission offers burgers, beers, cocktails and more from within the walls of an old christian mission in Hoxton
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14-15 Hoxton MarketShoreditchLondonN1 6HG
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
I'd been hearing about this place for months, so I was pretty excited to go for a burger before a gig at Hoxton Square last night. I loved the interior -- so quirky and cozy. We didn't have a reservation, but were seated right away, even though the place was definitely busy.
Despite it being in a church, it wasn't exactly the religious experience I was hoping for. Our server was really sweet,...more
Yet another burger, well a holy burger in this case!
MeatMission looks like one of the fashionist, they-tried-too-much-to-be-fancy shoreditch's kind of place.
Well it actually is, but proper food and good beers make me willing to come again, even waiting half an hour at the bar at 22:30 on a friday night!
The interior is reminding of a church (I actually know the place was an actual church,...more
Their Dead Hippie burger has ruined me for other burgers. I can't tell you much about the other food there, because I keep ordering the Dead Hippie time and time again. It's that good.
My first time there I forgot my baking tray at the bar (don't ask...), and so I returned the day later to pick it up. And that's the story of how I had the Dead Hippie burger two days in a row. It was a good...more
Great place, great character, topped with great burgers!!
The ambience is great and casual. The music can be a tad bit loud for some looking for a quiet evening but not for me :)
The service is great - lots of quick, proper attention.
We went in on Wednesday evening and had to wait for a few minutes to be seated but it was quite full for a weeknight. Weekends can be quite difficult - with a...more
Fantastic burgers. But loses a star for raw onion on the cheese fries. They really love raw onion, it's on almost every dish, and their menu warns you it's there so you can ask to skip it, but I didn't spot "onion" on the cheese fries menu entry, that's an unexpected horror that ruined it. And it loses another star because at this price you should use free range / organic / animal welfare...more