Friday, 28 October 2011

Goodman Burger with cheddar

£13 with chips included. Goodman's burger is beefy, salty and full of flavour. Sadly a stale bun disqualified it from a full 5-star score

Having got through 10 months of blogging about London's best burgers, it was undoubtedly extremely remiss of me not to have visited Goodman sooner than last week. I'd heard great things about the steakhouse's burger from various people - not least from Daniel at Young & Foodish who considers Goodman's burger offering to be the best in London at the moment...

Friday, 21 October 2011

Movember and the Byron Gizz-Mo burger

November means Movember. And Movember means fund-raising moustache-growing AND, as of last year, an awesome monthly special at Byron – HOORAY! This year Byron has teamed up with TV chef Gizzi Erskine to create the Gizz-Mo burger. Being London's premier burger detective I've managed to track one down ahead of its release to bring you juicy news of its awesomeness...

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Kua 'Aina 1/2lb Cheese Burger

£7.70 for the burger, £1.95 for Crunchy Fries and £2.45 for Sweet Potato "wedges". All really very tasty. Worth a go if you're in the area

On my second visit to Kua 'Aina in a week I fared much better than I did on my first when I had a 1/3lb Cheeseburger that was overcooked and, consequentially, not-at-all-juicy. This time I opted for the plumper of the patty options and asked for the half pound Cheeseburger to be cooked medium rare... 

Monday, 10 October 2011

Lazy Oaf 10th Birthday Collection

Nobody does fast food fashion quite like London boutique and clothes label Lazy Oaf. To mark its 10th anniversary, the label has put together a special collection which includes some classic burger items from its back catalogue, namely this happy burger bobble hat (£18) and a bright burger sweatshirt...

Friday, 7 October 2011

Kua 'Aina 1/3lb Cheese Burger

£6.70. Crunchy Fries are an additonal £1.95 and are so good they stole the show this time round. I'll be back to try a 1/2lb version soon

I'd read favourable reports about Kua 'Aina's burgers on both Chris Pople's Cheese & Biscuits blog, and also on Nick Andrew's Burger Me blog, so fancied an investigation of my own. However, my Kua 'Aina experience wasn't of the four-star Must Try variety. More a three-star Shows Promise kind of affair...