The MEATMission location is worth a visit on its own. The bare brick walls used to house a Christian mission whose aim was to improve the lives of people in Shoreditch. The building is now full of reclaimed wooden tables, a mural of demons eating at the last supper and a stained glass ceiling. Nowadays, the Mission wants to convert you to the ways of the burger. The menu lists an array of hamburgers as well as famous onion rings and fusion dishes such as the Peckham dip. Take a pilgrimage as soon as you can and pay homage to the beef on the grill.
Venue Details & Map
14-15 Hoxton MarketLondonN1 6HG
- +44 20 7739 8212
Top 5 reviews of MEATmission
The vibe at this place takes you by surprise. It does have a creepy factor to it but that is the experience you are going for when you come here. The food is pretty good too if you are in the mood for a burger or wings. It is an interesting menu to say the least. more
Wow, what a bizarre concept. Kind of a stained glass church graveyard interior design scheme, loud music, range of burgers, fries with stuff on them, chicken wings, a mediocre Greek salad, ok coleslaw, range of creatively named cocktails, a few ok beers. Super slow service. Really don't understand why anyone would even be vaguely excited about it. more
It's Hipster Hooters! No, there isn't any heaving cleavage. It's all replaced by 'ironic' ceramic sex shop blow up doll heads, complete with a candle in her Wide Open MOuth. OOOOOOH
There are tons of other hipster accoutrements too. Beards? Tick. Backwards baseball hats? Double tick. Tattoos? Tick again! It's like playing hipster bingo - it's a winner all around. Especially if you're on a... more
I read in an article to come here for the monkey fingers (chicken strips/nuggets). They were good but to me they tasted like buffalo sauce, so I'm not sure how their buffalo sauce would compare. Because of the resemblance to buffalo sauce they personally were not for me. I did like the meat quality and cut of meat!
We also had the chips with beer cheese dip which was really good!
This place was recommended to me by a friend. I visited during lunch time and the place was empty, but that didn't stop me from admiring the decor of the place--which was a former church or shelter. The jalapeño burger had the right amount of spice and it was super tasty. I recommend coming in for lunch as they offer a free beverage during early hours. more