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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It's decent. Unlike most here, though, I think I prefer GBK. The blue cheese on the burger was a bit weak, and while it's great they have Brew Dog, somehow being handed a can for £4.25 stings a bit. I'd go if they were nearby and I were lazy, but they're not, so it'll be GBK for me in the future.more
Byron gets the burger chain formula totally right. Quality meat, reasonable price, with enough originality on the menu and in the venue design to make it feel different from the next place. Is it going to blow you away for being a high class, unique, sense-busting culinary experience? No, but it doesn't need to - because it's strength is when you want to keep things simple, easy and cheap. A...more
Service was very good. The burger was not bad. The fries were greasy and not good. And £6 for a beer in a can?! No thanks.
It's fine for a group of people but "I've experienced better" is my rating.more
Le Smokey fizzled. My group was looking for affordable options in the Covent Gardens area and chose Byron. The burgers looked interesting and they had a reputation.
Le Smokey is their special burger right now and it sounded promising. Smoky bacon, smoked chili bbq sauce, crispy onion rings, Scottish beef. Well, the delivered burger didn't match my expectations. First, the bacon was waffish...more
A great little restaurant, which delivered on taste and service.
Burgers cooked well, with just the right amount of filling and sauce and the strawberry milkshake was divine - real bits of strawberries in the shake which made it über strawberry in flavour.
The mac and cheese and homemade chips were delish! Give me more!
Service was great - prompt and efficient and we were shown to a...more