Biting Byron’s Burger!

That’s one hell of a tongue twister isn’t it? Well, my tongue was experiencing all type of magnificent flavours as soon as I bit into one juicy Byron burger last week.

Days off for me are so rare, so given the opportunity I always try to make the most of it. This day off I travelled down to the mini West End (as I like to call it) Angel Islington to try out Byron – know for their ‘proper’ burgers and freedom of choice when it comes to cheese, toppings and sides, it’s very popular in London with more than 4 locations to choose from.

It can be extremely busy at night where it’s perfect for a dinner date in locations just off Oxford Street, London or pretty much empty during lunch times for a quick bite like Hoxton Square, depending on your schedule.

It’s cute rustic vibe is unique and very quirky, giving that edge to it that it needs to stand out from the rest of these burger joints these days.

The menu is small but I prefer that, to me that means the chefs can spend more time cooking up the best meals.

            

As you can see From that plate I enjoyed the Byron burger the star of the show was the cured bacon, pretty sure it’s a secret method they use to make it so sweet!

The Le Smokey was enjoyable, the chilli BBQ sauce with a hint of spice was amazing with the crunch of crispy onions – if you like it saucy this one is for you!

Overall, loved it. Nice simple day out – but defiantly something to try! 6/10 for me.

This location is the Angel Islington one at 341 Upper Street, London 

Open until 23:30

 

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