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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Byron at the Intrepid Fox
97-99 Wardour StreetLondonW1F 0UD
- +44 (0)20 7297 9390
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Independence Day in enemy territory, and we needed to get something American. My friend, who is British but married to an American, suggested that we go here for a good ol' burger. He didn't disappoint!
The place was packed on a Saturday evening at 8:30, but the establishment has plenty of space with a downstairs dining area in addition to the ground level.
I ordered the Byron burger with...more
I actually thought this was a bit meh.
Burgers weren't as large as I would have expected - and whilst good, weren't mind blowing.
But then again, maybe my expectations were too high as it had been massively talked up by my friends. (Or I'm the wrong-un as all my friends love it?? - who knows)more
Had been meaning to try Byron just because I've heard about its unique style of decorating its stores. Came to this one right off of Oxford Circus during dinner time on a weekday. To be honest, I wasn't impressed. The meat was a little dry in my opinion, and the sauce was just ok.
Overall, wasn't a big fan of this restaurant. :(more
"Proper hamburgers?" Really? I can't understand the fuss. My burger was quite mediocre.
I must be too American.more
Hmmm. I don't get it. Maybe burgers aren't a thing in London. I don't know. The Byron Burger was just the most average, mediocre, under seasoned and under salted sorta dry burger. I've had a thousand of them in the U.S. too. So I guess if you can't find burgers in London, maybe this would be considered good. I didn't really want to come here. I didn't fly to London to eat burgers but a friend...more