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.
London's Best Burgers
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 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 burgers.
If you want burgers in London that are loud and very proud, then you've come to the right place. Some of the biggest in the city, these burgers come paired with some of the finest craft pints in the business.
The craft beer bros might be famous for their IPAs and chicken wings, but their food offering is also worth a trip to your local BrewDog. Alongside beefy bites, the spot has plenty of vegan alternatives - and what better than a pint of Punk to wash it down?
Coming at you with the London burgers that just keep on giving, Bite Me are at the forefront of fun patty-led events in the city. Join them for bottomless brunches with burgers, burger platters, and *wait for it* burger afternoon teas.
It's one of the coolest places to stop for a drink in Camden, all owed to its riverside plot, but it's also one of the best for burgers. Giving you giant patties with international twists, head on over to Lockside for your burger fix.
No one does burgers quite like the Americans. So get yourself down to Porky's, a Memphis-inspired BBQ hot-spot. Bringing everything from meaty ribs to pulled pork to, most importantly delicious burgers, they are all cooked on specially imported smokers to help them stew in their natural juices that extra bit more. Wash it all down with a compelling choice of cocktails, whiskeys and craft beers.
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.
This absolutely gorgeous South London pub is hiding a luxury cinema, stunning decor and heaps of history, alongside an easy and affordable burger menu. Check out Fellowship and Star in Southend for classic options, including stilton topped and bacon covered.
Knowing no bounds when it comes to the art of the burger in London, join Maxwell's for some of the biggest and best in the business. From donut buns to whopping patties, this American bar and restaurant know how it's done - and yes, that is a jug of melted cheese being poured on top.
From the minds behind Signature Brew craft beer and patty slingers We Serve Humans, The Collab is home to some of the best burgers in London. Check out the Walthamstow kitchen and taproom for the chance to enjoy delicious bites in a cool setting, with live DJs every weekend.
Home to meaty stacks and juicy vegan patties, The Lock Tavern should be on your burger hitlist. Head over to the Camden pub and get stuck into mouthfuls of fried chicken, high-grade beef and mushroom and black bean, washed down with tasty crafty beers.
Looking to up your stack game? Then it's about time you got stuck in at Burger & Beyond Shoreditch. Home to the Insta-baiting bacon butter burger and mouthwatering fries smothered in bone marrow gravy, this is one of the best junk food spots around.
Gravy covered burgers are a thing and we've got Dip & Flip to thank for their introduction onto London's dining scene. Choose from their classic menu (we recommend the bacon double cheese burger) and then add your weapon of choice to say hello to some of the juiciest bites in town.
Inspired by Great British produce and all served with their famous rosemary chips, Honest Burgers know how to knock up a decent bun. Head to their Soho outpost for delicious burgers topped with cheese and pulled pork, all washed down with tin-cup cocktails or ice cold beers.