Gourmet Burger Kitchen: Soho

3 out of 5 Based on 37 reviews


Gourmet Burger Kitchen has a trendy interior and, although a bit more expensive than the average high street burger joint, the delicious burgers and other dishes are huge and freshly prepared with large side orders to match. Catering for vegetarians is provided.

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15 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4RE

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+44 (0)20 7494 9533

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15 Frith Street
+44 (0)20 7494 9533
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3 out of 5 based on 37 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Gourmet Burger Kitchen: Soho

3.0 out of 5 15 December 2011
by Katie B.

Gourmet? I don't think so. Big, tasty burgers on the cheap? Yes indeedy!

I'm no burger snob so I don't mind admitting that GBK is a guilty pleasure of mine. They often do voucher deals which means a nice cheap dinner. No, they won't be winning any Michelin stars but come on, it's the kind of dinner you wolf down in a messy ketchup and meat-juice mess and chase with an oreo milkshake, you...more

1.0 out of 5 7 March 2011
by David K.

The most heartbreaking thing about GBK is how good they USED to be. When there were 3 of them (maybe 4, I can't quite remember. it was the mid-noughties) and they cared about all the food that went out of their kitchen. GBK was a revelation. The first line in a defence against the "perfect" American cheeseburger. They had bizarre toppings. Sauces. The meat was of the highest quality....more

4.0 out of 5 26 January 2010
by Juncal P.

Ive visited GBK twice... both times food was nice, I liked their blue cheese hamburger and the garlic mayonnaise (mmmm)... also the milkshakes are really tasty, but pricey (4GBP).

The restaurant itself has a pleasant vibe, kiwi atmosphere... the only thing I didnt like its the fact that you have to order and pay, Mcdonalds style.... if you want to order something else, all the way to the...more

4.0 out of 5 5 March 2009
by Jason B.

What? An American flying thousands of miles and out of everything that London has to offer he eats....a burger? Yep, I sure did but it wasn't some crappy U.S.-owned burger joint that litters the world. This was London's very own Gourmet Burger Kitchen. What makes GBK so different from those other companies (Is that a clown or a mime?) that are poisoning the earth? That was my opinion, of...more

5.0 out of 5 8 January 2009
by Joel F.

I am an American. And burgers (other than that whole "Hamburg, Germany thing") are pretty gosh-darned American.

These burgers are bad-freaking-ass. Due to mad-cow disease, I held a long-harbored (harboured) fear of eating British beef. I'd eat mad-cow-infested beef here. That's how good it was :)

Bonus -- yummy fries!more