Burger: Cheeseburger (read Kavey's review)
Location: The Betjeman Arms, St Pancras
What did you think?: Pete could not resist the Betjeman beef burger with brioche bun, mature cheddar cheese, bacon and chips (£12.50) with onion rings (£1 extra). When it came, it looked impressive, presented with steak knife upright holding the onion rings above the burger. However, it suffered from two flaws – it was way too large to be eaten as a burger and the beef patty was very dry indeed, not to mention lacking in flavour. A shame because the bun was one of the nicest we’ve come across and the chips and condiments were also good. And the onion rings were excellent.
Submitted by: Tak
What did you think?: The much loved Double Candy Bacon Flipper from the folks at the Motherflipper food stall at Brockley Market. Great patties topped with cheese, bacon and accompanied by red onion and gherkins, held in a lovely brioche bun. Total hangover therapy on a Saturday morning.
Submitted by: Ross
Location: Unknown nr Bond St.
What did you think?: I found this burger in a little mews, just of bond street in Mayfair. Apart from Honest Burger this is by far one of the best burgers I've had in London.
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