The latest burger to get on your list is a one-month-only collaboration between Haché and top cookbook author Sabrina Ghayour, giving things a little Middle-Eastern touch. She's created the Merguez Mama - and that's Haché’s 6oz prime hachéd steak burger topped with Merguez sausage, harissa ketchup, dill mayonnaise and crumbled feta, served in Haché’s signature brioche bun.
Launched and part of London Food Month,
Try the Duck Me with duck, hoisin and truffle mayo, the Lambtastic with stilton, and The BC with cream cheese aioli and bacon all in one sitting at the Bite Me Burger Co, Adam Rawson’s new mini-burger brand.
Yes, National Vegetarian Week is nearly with us, and if that means a lot of aubergines, then we'll be happy. And getting in on the act is Tabasco, show are teaming up with The Vurger Co for the Auberger. That's aubergine, onion and chickpea mixed with Tabasco Chipotle Sauce (of course) and topped with smoked cheese all served in a brioche bun.
You'll be able to get one (queue depending) on Bishops Square in Spitalfields on Friday 19 May from 1-3pm
They're best known for their meat, for sure, but now Roast in Borough Market are going all vegetarian. It's all linked to the launch of Vegetarian Week (15 -21 May) and to mark that, they've been developing their own veggie burger.
Base on their own Ultimate Roast Burger, it's the Ultimate Veggie Burger. That's a beetroot and quinoa patty (for a meaty texture) in a grilled charcoal brioche bun and with pickled carrot chutney,
MEATliquor are coming to West London as they get ready to take over the kitchens at the recently revamped Queens Skate, Dine and Bowl. So if you fancy some burgers and cocktail to fuel that strike, they're the people to provide them. It's a huge old spot too - they'll seat 80 for dining, but the bar fits a huge 200. That's plenty of space to knock down a house grog or two.
Otherwise expect the usual range of burgers - Dead Hippies and more - as well as chicken,
As you may know, we're pretty partial to Shake Shack so we'll be heading down there later this month for the UK launch of the Chick’n Shack. Launched last year in the states, the Shack's chicken sarnie sounds worth trying for anyone who likes their fried chicken.
If you're after the details - it's 100% British chicken breast, slow-cooked in a buttermilk marinade, hand-dipped into Shack-made batter, coated with seasoned flour and crisp-fried. It's then topped
It’s a happy day in Hackney, as Lucky Chip has just returned to its spiritual home.
After a rather mouthwatering launch of their The Wall burger with Breddos Tacos (which was all we could think about for days - and still available), Lucky Chip is now back settling into a familiar groove at East End boozer The
What: Patty & Bun
In a nutshell: The popular burger spot comes to Notting Hill
Summing it all up: They've been launching burger joints across town, but this is the first time that Patty & Bun have headed out west. Expect the usual fave burgers, a bar and more.
Now THAT's a burger. News has just reached us of this very special burger going on the menu at Chick n Sours for the whole of March. It's the Macho Nacho Burger and is "fried thigh, Chengdu chicken, kimchee cheese, Vietnamese pickles". Plus, profits from the £12 burger will go to the Cook for Syria fund. So you might want to start planning when you're popping down for one now.
The Macho Nacho Burger is on the menu at
Two of London's best are getting together for this mighty burger - on sale for March only.
An American/Mexican hybrid called The Wall (you can guess what that's based on), it's an aged beef patty, brisket birria, American cheese, burnt morita chile, sesame seed salsa, jalapeño, lemon, onion. All that plus for each burger sold they'll be donating £1 to Save the Children charity for their U.S border
After having seen the above photo, it's pretty much the only thing we want to eat now. It's the majestic Five Pork Burger that's now back on the menu at Hawksmoor Seven Dials.
And all that pork comes from:
17/2/17 - Updated with soft launch details
Hot on the heels of all the new places opening in Camden Market comes news that Bea Vo will be opening her next restaurant in that neck of the woods. Famous Flames will be her third spot, after Stax and Boondocks. As the name suggests, it's all about the flame grill and will be serving up flame grilled burgers and fried wings.
The new restaurant on Kentish Town Road, will have fifteen
Covent Garden institution Joe Allen is celebrating its 40th year of serving hungry Theatreland punters with a special Birthday menu, which will feature a burger for the first time ever. Yes, they've had a burger before (rated as one of the best in town) but it's the infamous secret burger that you had to know to order.
It's been one of London's worst kept secrets, mind, and now they've decided to
Only recently extending their Dalston residency, Le Bun are now coming deep into the heart of Shoreditch, setting up their van on Brick Lane. So you can expect their burgers with a very French touch to appear there Monday - Sunday, noon to 12pm (and by delivery too). As for what's on the
What: Burger & Beyond and Other Side Fried
In a nutshell: Burgers meet fried chicken in Soho
Summing it all up: The two street food vendors are teaming up for a three-month residency at Dirty Harry’s Soho on Wardour Street, where there’ll be toppings like pancetta bacon, crispy chicken skin and tarragon mayo.
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