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Review: The Fiesta Burger – Wahlburger

A recent entrant into London’s burger scene, the American chain Wahlburgers capitalises on the name of its famous co-owner, the celebrity Mark Wahlberg. Founded in 2011 by brothers Paul, Mark, and Donnie, the chain uses the motto “Our family, Our story, Our burgers”. The Covent Garden location opened on the 20th of May 2019. We...

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Review: The Bacon Butter Burger – Burger & Beyond

Burger & Beyond have been around for a few years, in the form of a converted Citreon H van, selling their fine burgers at popups, events, and box parks in London and beyond. I first tried their burgers at National Burger Day at Hawker House, but they recently opened a bricks and mortar restaurant in...

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Review: Cut + Grind – Juicy Classic Burger

When I first heard about Cut and Grind I was very excited. Being quite the meat geek, the idea of being able to select the blend you wanted in your burger intrigued me. They offer two different blends per day, a “juicy” blend with fattier cuts, and a “skinny” blend with meatier, tougher cuts. The meat is all dry aged on site in fridges at the back of the restaurant.


Review: Bleecker St – Bacon Double Cheeseburger

When Zan Kaufman decided to start Bleecker St Burgers in 2012, she was working in New York as a high-powered corporate lawyer. Moving for love to London, she ditched the corporate world for the burger startup scene, and has never looked back – and neither has London. Bleecker St is perhaps the most famous of London’s burger startups, vying for first place in the competitive landscape of London’s Best Burger.