Sunday, 9 January 2011

5/10 - All Bar One, Appold Street, City of London

Location: Situated behind Liverpool Street Station, on Appold Street, this All Bar One is a City take on the ubiquitous AB1 chain acrosss the UK. 

Price:
£8.95

Presentation:
Ok. Wooden stick holding burger together, good portion of chips, and small pot of tomato salsa.

Toppings:
None. Just the aforementioned tomato salsa (didn't fancy the camembert-topped option on this adventure).

Bread:
Surprisingly Ok. Slightly dry but nice cross between ciabatta and standard bun.

Meat:
Not great. Wasn't a handmade beef patty, and was overcooked meaning the burger had dried out and lost any flavour it may have had. Burger had also been made with coriander, giving it a faint curry-ish aroma - I found this slightly offputting!

Plate Accessories: 
Ok. Chips fine and generous portion, salsa was disappointing and there wasn't enough of it to make up for the dry burger.

Overall rating: 5/10

I can't recommend the All Bar One, Appold Street for food (or at least not burger food!), so if you are visiting this public house, I'd stick to the beer!

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