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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4A Meard Street, Soho, London, W1F 0EF
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Great burgers, really great fries, friendly staff. Also, great value - basically you get the fries included for what a Byron would charge 3.50 extra for, so it's great value. And the burgers are definitely some of London's best. Maybe slightly too thick for my taste - it's like eating a giant meatball in a bun rather than a patty - and also not very big (maybe they just looked small due to...more
In addition to being absolute tourists, this past week Erica and I have been exploring a bit of London with our friends Matt and Lea. In a quest to find a great burger around here, we stumbled upon a place called Honest Burgers that isn't too far from where we're staying in Soho.
They have a really straightforward--honest--menu. A chicken burger, a beef burger (options for cheese or "Honest"...more
After a visit to Honest Burgers, I am really tempted to take one star off Tommi's Burgers. I absolutely love this place.
Located on one of those side alleys across Dean Street, I might have found it difficult to locate had I not been with my girlfriend, who knows every inch of Soho inside out.
It is a tiny, cozy place with some of the friendliest people you can have serving you burgers....more
This is a very solid burger and if you're going for a non-chain, casual sit down situation I don't think you'll find many better options in the Soho area.
Among my burger experiences in London, I'd rate this one toward the top. The onion "jam" and bacon additions, along with the meat cooked to pink, made it a very solid offering. My main criticism were the lack of "optional" toppings...more
Oh god, I hate myself for this. Truly, I do. But these burgers were not as good as MeatLiquor.
Okay, with that unpleasantness out of the way, I admit that I will likely go back here before going back to MeatLiquor. The ambiance is way better. The vibe is less LOUD CLUB BURGER TRENDY PANTS QUEUE FOREVER HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA and more hey, come, relax, have a burger. If they don't have a table,...more