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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300 King's RoadChelseaLondonSW3 5UH
- +44 20 7352 6040
This place is ok. It feels like a diner but is actually a burger joint. The food was fine, though to be fair I had the skinny burger, so meat and a salad and no bread, so they may actually be better and I just picked the wrong thing.
The staff are friendly, but the service is kind of slow. Not too bad but not exactly special.more
We went to the reopening after a refurb this week!! Fab service from great staff - our waiter Angel certainly lived up to his name! The food was excellent quality and the new decor was fantastic!!! Even better when the bill was a big fat zero!!!more
Teehee - I think it's amusing how most of the reviewers are Americans.
Funnily enough, I found my way to Byron also after my American coworker and his girlfriend claimed the burgers here is equivalent to an excellent classic burger back in the states. I agree! To me, it didn't taste like any other regular burger so it was worth the extra money compared to a McDonald's. Very succulent..super...more
Byron is a classy burger joint. It's a pricey burger, but it's well done and the service is excellent. The buns really make the burger complete and the chips are perfection: hand cut and crispy and a bit greasy.
They have a very thoughtful selection of beers and a wide variety of non-alcoholic drinks as well. You can easily pile on the extras: jalapenos, bacon, bbq sauce, etc. which is why...more
The wife and I were looking up and down King's Road on our first night in London for a place to have dinner and being the loyal Americans that we are, we decided to go for burgers.
We were more than happy to find out my company had arranged for us to stay in Chelsea during my short-term assignment in London but the one downside is there aren't a lot of good cheap eats unless you head down...more