Opting for a burger is a popular fast food choice. The big question is where to go? There are plenty of high street fast food chains around, but what if you want something just a little different? This is where local knowledge comes to the fore.
Try this top selection of burger outlets while staying in any of the serviced apartments Central London, some of which are bar snacks where you have to buy a drink as well.
Bleeker is one of the most popular fast food choices in London. It operates a small chain of outlets around Southbank and Victoria and its burgers have gained plaudits from burger connoisseurs. The range on offer is quite extensive, but one of the most popular is the Bacon Cheeseburger combined with a portion of ‘angry fries’. These are fries with a difference as they are covered in a mixture of tangy blue cheese and a piping hot sauce.
Vegetarians can also enjoy a burger. The best choice is Honest Burger with outlets throughout central London including Oxford Circus, Liverpool Street and Covent Garden. Connoisseurs have described their veggie burger as being almost like a pakora. It is made out of cauliflower, sweetcorn, tomatoes and shallots and is seasoned with coriander. To complete the dish, it is covered in a really rich raita sauce and served with rosemary salted chips.
Book a stay in any of the affordable serviced apartments London and head over at Seven Dials near Covent Garden for Hawksmoor. It is a good choice if you are looking for a drink and a burger. Their burgers are only served as bar food in an amazing Victoriana style environment. The Kimchi Burger is one of their most popular choices, but bear in mind it is quite large so it is perfect when you are really hungry. The Kimchi Burger has been described as being Seoul style, due to the use of spicy fermented cabbage topping the beef short rib pattie.
Anyone wanting smaller snack style burgers would be well suited at Covent Garden’s Opera Tavern. Here the emphasis is on pre and post-theatre tapas style snacks. One of their specialities is mini Iberico pork and foie grass burger covered with melted manchego cheese, lettuce, red onion jam and crunchy battered onion rings.
Not far away in Socho, Temper offers a gourmet style burger made from beef that has been aged for 78 days, giving it a very special taste. Temper’s Aged Cheeseburgers are cooked on a charcoal plancha, thus adding to the unusual taste, before being placed on small corn tacos. They are then covered with tangy provolone cheese, red onion together with a lime and chipotle sour cream sauce.
Also not too far from beautiful >Presidential Apartments Kensington is Meat Liquor where the Dead Hippie Burger has been highly recommended by burger afficianados. This is quite a sizeable burger combining two thin double stacked ground chuck steak patties with cheese, onions and sauce. The actual sauce is never named, it is a speciality of Meat Liquor and is used on all their burgers. Sufficient to say, that the sauce is extremely tasty.