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Unit B SP 4,Old Spitalfields Market,Pavilion BuildingSpitalfieldsLondonE1 6EA
- +44 20 7998 8650
Some of the best burgers in town! I've been here a few times and the food is always incredible: I'm never going to get tired of the Bleecker Black, a double stacked burger with American cheese, onions and black pudding. Amazingly juicy and tender, just the right mix of flavours. I'd definitely recommend the sweet potato fries too. Shout-out to the excellent servers too, always great customer...more
The sesame seed bun was toasted and crispy, meat cooked medium rare and juicy and seasoned well. There was a single sheet of lettuce, with melted cheese and sauce. Fries were a bit on the salty side but overall good experience. I got a regular cheeseburger, and it was a bit smaller than I would have liked--if I go again I'll have to get a double or the bleecker st burger.
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I feel like I've said this before, but this is possibly the best burger in town.
I got the standard cheeseburger with sweet potato fries.
First off, it's not a total grease fest like other chains seem to pride themselves on - I'm looking at you, Dirty Burger and Meat Liquor.
And yes, I admit the single version isn't a vast amount of meat. But, it's enough. More than enough (if you...more
Man I love me some Bleecker St. The beef is cooked medium rare by default, with a proper char and the cheese all melty.
I'd recommend a double cheeseburger for the perfect balance of meat, bun and sauce. You may have to be rolled away, but it's worth it! The fries aren't Five Guys flawless, but they're pretty darn great as well.
What else? They've got Flying Dog on draught, and if you're not...more
This is the first time in my life (except in a Burger King but that doesn't count) that I couldn't finish my burger!
I had their signature burger : the bleecker street burger. A double cheeseburger with a "slice" of black pudding between the 2 patties. It was horrible! Extremely salty, the cheese and the beef tasted of nothing at all. The black pudding was bland and didn't bring anything new....more