Best Burger Restaurants in London
Well bur-gger me. No food is more convenient, chomp-worthy, most-likely to result in mess and completely and utterly satisfying than a big ol' burger. The rise of said burger in London has been one of great acclaim. Who does it better? Is that candied bacon? Do you use caramelised onions? Are there pickles involved?! All of those questions are about to be answered for here lies our selection of London's best burger restaurants. Visit each and every one - we implore you. The best burger in London is in there somewhere...
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Last updated on 7th September 2016
Harbouring an undeniable passion for food, The Jones Family Project is a raging success on the London drinking and dining scene and comes into our top choices of where to eat a burger in London. Hot from their charcoal oven you'll be able to wrap your mitts around the Chuck Burger Topped With Slow Cooked Oxtail . Need we say more?
Whether you're poorly, sad, happy or mad, there's only one thing that can keep you on the steady up, and that's some of the best London burgers around. Join Dirty Bones as they, as the name suggests, churn out some of the dirtiest burgers in the city, even boasting one with mac 'n' cheese should your gut take you there.
With a burger called The Face Melter, is there any need to continue your hunt for London's best burger? No, I don't think so. Just look at it in all it's fried pickles, double meat dose, cheesy, sauce dripping mess. Good Lord Blues Kitchen in Camden have knocked up a real hero of a burger right there.
Chomping down on some of the best burgers in London is just something we have to do. It's not ideal, but when we get to dig into the likes of Joe's Southern Kitchen, it's bearable. Wrap your chops around some of the mightiest, juiciest and biggest burgers in London at this Camden beast - trust in us, you won't regret it.
Sitting pretty and proud come the burgers from the city's most notorious bearded patty flipper - the Burger Bear. Nestled into the Magic Roundabout joint above Old Street station you'll find one of the bear's permanent vans making a strong contender for where to eat a burger in London. It's all in the bacon jam guys, BACON JAM.
Looking for some serious burgers in London? Ones that dribble with divine sauces and promise to be proud of their patties? Introducing: Burgershack and Bar. A prime powerhouse for burgers in the South, head on down for inventive buns and craft beer aplenty.
A neat place with the vibe of a New York sports bar that give you grilled foods, foosball and views over the river Thames all in one sitting. 28 West Bar & Grill should be bookmarked for a cool place to eat a burger in London where you can relish in manly activities and wash it all down with a beer. Check out the height on that towering burg.
Covering all ground from your basic Cheeseburger to a Chicken Buffalo Bill and even a Creole Bean offering for those veggies among the crowd, Blues Kitchen have proven themselves purveyors of patties when it comes to piling up some of London's best burgers. Check in for their monthly specials and experience the taste of America's deep south all up in your mouth.
Manipulating the tastes and spirit of America's South, Joe's Southern Table and Bar is a top choice if you're on the hunt for London's best burger restaurant. Handing out buns of all shapes and sizes, you can have yours filled with juicy pulled pork, soft shell crab or just opt for the classic and never disappointing Joe's Burger dripping with state-side trimmings.
A whirlwind of 1940s glamour, pin-up style waitresses and Wild West attitude, Steam & Rye is an explosion of live music, cocktails and BBQ foods. Making a mess is welcome here, especially if you go for the Steam and Rye Double Burger coming in at £26 racked with 500g of meat plus bacon and cheese. We call this one the heart breaker and a definitely contender for the best burger in London (if you can make it through).
Dedicating a whole section of their menu to burgers in all their glory, The Folly come in with a well-rounded patty-perfect array of bunned goods to aid you in your search for where to eat a burger in London. A contemporary joint with more restaurant, dining vibes that some of our laid-back burger gaffs, The Folly will see you right with their Wagyu and Blue Cheese Burger.
Celebrating all things American and with a hearty menu of bun-based treats, the Fat Bear sits effortlessly close to the prestigious St Paul's Cathedral. Guests can prop up their beautifully decorated bar, gulping down a few vintage, American themed cocktails, or can tuck one of their delicately produced burgers. Whether you're inhaling their buttermilk fried chicken burger or chowing down with their peanut butter & bacon chilli jam burger, you're guaranteed to have a huge, condiment stained smile on your face.