Since a few people think they will take a trip on the newly opened London Overground to check out #Meateasy, I thought I'd add a few others for the burger aficionados. A group of us go every month to a new burger place and so far, the best one in my opinion is at the Hawksmoor.
Here are some others - http://youngandfoodish.com/london/top-10-burgers-in-london/
Always on the lookout for the King of burgers so any tips more than welcome.
That's awfully kind. I rate Monkeynuts in Crouch End rather highly.
Buy them on line from Donald Russell superb !
Good to see Pappagone appearing in the Top Ten Pizza's in London list. No sign of Venezia...
We're a fan of Monkeynuts too. Its good for Sunday breakfast too - nice and quiet.
One for another thread, but the missus had lunch in there with Brendon Fraser once, when he was here shooting Inkheart with Matt King, her cousin's husband.
I wish I hadn't looked at the burger list now; it's a long time until dinner.
FP does okay with bagels as well
That's quite a good little blog isn't it. Never seen it before.
Also, I want a burger now.
...sorry tosscat, that was my little joke.....
It was really good.
Meateasy is very good. Get there very early, it was rammed by 6.30. Don't get fries they're dull dull dull, but get another burger to share instead (and onion rings of course). Quite delicious, and a very easy 40 minutes away. Not local, but...
Did you get the Highbury extension back?
Yes. It's fine, seems a bit slow but provided you've got something to do it's going in the right direction.
Quick trip to California and have an In-and-Out burger,job done.
You're probably enough of a hippy to also like their progressive employment policies
Me and her had burgers at the Shaftesbury last night and they were brilliant. The hand made burgers were seriously good and the chef himself asked how we wanted them. But the stars of the show were the chips. M'lady reckons they are the best she has ever had and we were even moved to find out how he does them.
He answer was complicated. Just go.
(£8.50 or, I think, £9.50 if you add cheese and bacon)
Must stop reading this until after lunch.
At least I have meateasy to look forward to on Saturday.
Meateasy was mind-blowingly good. Best burger I have ever had. Same goes for the macaroni and cheese. I second what tosscat said about the boring fried though - don't bother. The onion rings were pretty substantial.
Andy- that smarts, I ain't no hippy, I'm a trot with gourmet burger pretensions. Cut us some slack.
Has anybody seen the 50p burger offer for McDonalds in the Sun?
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