Byron are a restaurant chain that specialise in hamburgers. They source their beef from fully traceable, grass fed Aberdeen Angus herds, exclusively from Scotland, with soft buns baked daily by a 4th generation family baker in the East End.
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341 Upper StreetIslingtonLondonN1 0PB
- +44 20 7359 7717
So I can have a really nice burger, with a side of really lovely macaroni cheese? Where do I need to go?
Came here, a little merry after a few cocktails, thinking it didn't matter too much what I was eating, so we'd chance it with a chain, but to macdonalds as nandos is to KFC, it was not! I like to hate chains, but I can't hate Byron, a good choice of burgers, including veggie options, even...more
Basic burger, no extras (£7). All the parts were right, and came together nicely. I suppose a quality patty has to cost. Chips looked a little anemic for the price (£3), so I didn't bother.
General atmosphere of the joint was pretty nice. Would consider going back.more
I regularly go here because the location is very near the two really good cinema's. I do love the outisde seats in summer and the decor of stripped laid back feel. But can't feel it is very small. Too small inside and cramped.
That said the service whenever I have been has been excellent. Perfectly cooked burgers too. Go here to get my Byron Burger Club fix on Thursdays.more
I went here my first day back in London. After all that travel from the States, a burger was required -- and Byron didn't disappoint. We split the namesake burger, The Byron Burger. Bacon, onion, cheese... what's not to like?
The staff was warm and friendly, especially the chipper Scottish girl who served us, along with another guy who I can't recall, but was lovely.
I walk past here all...more
I don't think I've ever posted a burger review on Yelp, which seems a sore oversight! I think it may have something to do with the fact that most of the burgers I have leave me a bit disappointed, I'm clearly not going to the right spots!
The exception to this rule is Byron, which despite it's crazy expansion and generally boring everywhere-ness, really is that good. Shout out to the summer...more