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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Venue Details & Map
33 - 35 Wellington StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 7BN
- +44 (0)20 7420 9850
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
Came here after a night of drinking in Covent Garden (celebrating the Detroit Lions win earlier in the day in London) and was looking for something to eat and stumble upon Byron hamburgers. Ordered a couple of beers (they only serve it in a can, no draft) and of course food. For food I had a burger (excellent burger, one of the better ones I have ever had), chips/fries (good not great) and...more
Burger was just not that tasty. It wasn't seasoned well and tasted quite plain. Really cannot say anything more.more
Great tasting burgers (definitely agree with their slogan - "Proper hamburgers") with interesting options for sides. Really love their onion rings and courgette fries, as the batter is so tasty. Also love that they do skinny fries. The staff are very friendly and attentive. Lovely booths in this branch - giving a cosy, American feel.more
We were lucky to have Jacob for our waiter. He was charming, informative and funny. Didn't treat us like stupid tourists.
The food was great. We had Cobb salad, macaroni and cheese, cheeseburgers, cole slaw, onion rings, chips, and fried zucchini. Everything was prepared as requested.
He kept our drinks refilled and cleared off empty plates quickly.
He even gave us tips for fun things to...more
Had great service and a very good burger here before going to see The Lion King. We had only 40 minutes to get a bite, no reservations, and neither I nor the mrs. were very hungry. Byron's took us in right away, took our drink and food order quickly, and the food came out fast!
The standard cheeseburger was cooked perfectly medium with a good blend of gooey cheese and the side of onion rings...more