Welcome to Patty & Bun. Passionate about the ultimate comfort food we aim to deliver a unique and truly memorable burger experience.
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Patty & Bun
54 James StLondonW1U 1HE
- +44 (0)20 7487 3188
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
The food is amazing, but the music so loud I couldn't hear my fiancé across the table. Speaking of tables, they are so close together I risked touching my rear end to our neighbors food just to get into my seat! Other than these 2 things, Patty & Bun is a must! Their menu is small, but that's because they do these things well.
The burgers come out in a parchment paper wrapper - no plates, no...more
Luckily me and my friends didnt wait too long. The burgers were definitely very tasty and I dont have too much to add to other reviews.
1. Apparently they changed up their fryer so the chips are now browner and more crispy - definitely a plus in my book.
2. Ive never really eaten a burger to bass, house, and jungle music before - I can definitely get use to this ;)more
Queuing for a place in a restaurant isn't exactly ideal for me but Patty & Bun was worth it. The burgers are a-ma-zing! Try the Ari Gold and before you're done, order a second one - it's that good!
Check also my blog post: http://www.smarksthespots.com/patty-and-bun-london/more
I had been waiting to visit Patty & Bun for AGES. I'm serious, ages. I had heard from reputable sources that they might well be the best burgers in the city. Big talk, I know.
So I showed up with my sister for a work lunchtime and it was a good thing she had been in the queue before 12pm because it was already half-way down the block. We sat and quickly chose the chicken burger each and...more
Went here with a few friends from work on bfs recommendation - he raves about their burgers and goes once a month at lunch time at the Liverpool Street branch
They don't take bookings and are a bit funny about seating until the whole group are there (we were waiting for one person), which I do understand if it's busy but there were a few tables free but instead had to wait in cold (not enough...more