The Soho branch of this mini-chain of burger restaurants follows a similar menu to the original in Brixton Village, with a simple choice of burgers, rosemary-salt fries and a selection of sides. The British meat used in the burgers is aged for 35 days.
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Venue Details & Map
4A Meard StreetSohoLondonW1F 0EF
- +44 (0)20 3609 9524
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Tasty burgers + crispy fries + tasteful homemade beer = Happiness!!
If you are a fan of this equation, you have to go to this place!!more
Where do I start? I'm a big burger fan and can safely say that I have been too all the top burger joints over the last couple of years (and I keep going back). I have been to Honest around 15 times.
Where does honest rank? Their beef, chorizo, manchego.... burger was the best I have EVER had. Not just in London. But ever. (Been to 40 countries around the world!)
Their regular burgers and...more
We arrived at about 5pm on a Monday - it was already about half full and quickly became quite busy. We were served fairly quickly. Simple menu seems to equate to quick service.
The burger was excellent - Stilton cheese burger (although I think I would opt for mature chedder next time). The chips were lovely and the coleslaw had apple in which gave it a lovely sweet flavour.
Honestly... What's all the fuss about? I do like a good burger and everyone was raving about this place when it first opened but I couldn't justify waiting in the queue for hours back then sooo only just finally decided to give it a go as we had a bit of time to kill and there was only one couple in the "queue".
What I mean by "queue" is that there doesn't actually seem to be any organised...more
Since opening up in Brixton many moons ago, Honest Burgers have become synonymous with London's obsession with everything ground beef and soft white buns.
The burger's obviously pretty good. The meat's nice and fatty and flavoursome. Condiments are fine. Other than that, there's not that much to write home about.
Why is the bun drier than a dust storm in the Kalahari? Why is there rosemary...more