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Top 10 Best Burgers in London

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Even if you try, you can’t ignore the burger craze that has gripped London over the last few years. Burger joints are popping up all over town, and not just in Soho. Burger restaurants are serving up BBQ’d beef, chicken and lamb patties in Notting Hill, in Shoreditch, in Mayfair and in Dalston now. We could almost claim that the burger is London’s favourite food right now. So throw away your knife and fork and get up close and personal with a hands-on dinner; just make sure you order fries and a beer too. Here are your Top 10 best burger bars and restaurants in London

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Bite Me Burger
Holborn / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

This pop-up burger restaurant, hidden away in a larger restaurant near Holborn station, grills a variety of burgers for you to enjoy in the same sitting. Sit in the diner style seats and order a duo, trio, quad or dozen burgers, in mini format, and in flavours such as classic beef, bacon cheese, duck and vegetarian. Make no mistake: these are the best burgers in London! Do not be fooled by their diminutive size. Add a thick, American shake and Himalayan salt fries to your order and you have an ideal pit-stop before your big night out in the West End. Contact Bite Me Burger directly

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Boom Burger
Notting Hill / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

Boom Burger is located in Portobello Market which welcomes people of all nationalities and tastes every day of the week. It is no surprise that Boom Burger, a Jamaican burger joint, is housed in Notting Hill, the trademark area for the Caribbean Notting Hill Carnival which annually brings in over several million people to the wonderfully brightly coloured dancing show. Boom Burger's menu houses just eight dishes but with care and precision has managed to make such a small menu, count. Their jerk chicken burgers have been lauded for their unique taste and the cheap price tag. Dancing is encouraged on Saturday nights which goes hand in hand with the Jamaican cocktails on offer. Contact Boom Burger directly

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Honest Burgers
Soho / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

Riding on the success of their first restaurant opening in Brixton, Honest Burgers Soho is slicker and less bohemian than its artisanal counterpart. Located down a residential side-road off Wardour Street, the small restaurant has a communal feel to it, with long benches and only a number of seated tables. However, the trademark Honest Burgers remain the same in both restaurants: generously sized, appropriately dressed, and mightily tasty. The chuck steak is high quality, locally sourced (from the Ginger Pig butchers) and 35 day dry-aged for extra depth of flavour. Veggie options include a cauliflower, sweetcorn and shallot fritter burger. Contact Honest Burgers directly

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Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

With its dim, graffiti-splattered interior, Meat Liquor could be mistaken for bikers' bar; but brave the darkness and you'll find lip-smacking American dishes and a raucous soundtrack. The first challenge is picking which of the unique plates takes your fancy. Try the pastrami dog or green chilli cheeseburger, followed by the indulgent peanut butter sundae - as tasty as they are distinctive. As you'd expect from its straight-up moniker, MeatLiquor serves up some decent cocktails including the ostentatious full English martini, served with a side of bacon and eggs. For quality, stodgy portions it certainly 'meats' your high expectations. Contact MEATliquor directly

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Victoria / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: African

A stones throw from Victoria Station, Bbar London boasts its South African inspired burgers as signature dishes. Choose from Angus beef, classic cheese or classic cheese with bacon served on a toasted brioche bun, with lettuce, beef tomato, caramelised onions, gherkins, mayonnaise and bbar relish. A welcoming, laid-back attitude and an enviable selection of wine and cocktails makes Bbar London a great venue for after-work drinks, leisurely lunches or even a quick bite before a show. Contact bbar directly

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Burger & Lobster
City of London / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

Surf 'n' turf come with a luxury spin at this Farringdon branch of the Burger & Lobster group, which also has outposts in Mayfair, Soho, Knightsbridge and the City. Choices are, as the name suggests, limited to just three options: mighty beef burgers and steamed or grilled lobster either whole or in a brioche roll, all best washed down with a glass of champagne at surprisingly pocket-friendly prices. Queues at peak times tend to be epic in length, so reservations are definitely recommended. Contact Burger & Lobster directly

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Patty & Bun
Marylebone / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

You'll know you're near Patty and Bun when you see the long queue on the street. Located next to the chic St Christophers Place, a short way down from Bond Street station, the restaurant is intimate, serving just 30 people at a time, but a firm favourite with burger lovers. With a choice of beef, lamb and mushroom burgers, Patty and Bun is popular all the year round. A friendly spot for anyone, expect no frills with burgers served in paper, plenty of drinks to choose from dependant on your night out and the odd Canon DSLR to make an appearance. Contact Patty & Bun directly

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Big Fernand
Fitzrovia / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

Big Fernand has crossed the Channel for its first venture on UK soil. What is this hamburger you speak of? It's hamburgers that Big Fernand deals in, marrying the American classic with French gastronomy to deliver the creme de la creme of burgers. At Big Fernand, potatoes are chipped in-house daily; buns are made in London to a French baker's secret recipe; and all products are meticulously and locally sourced to ensure the very best quality. Contact Big Fernand directly

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Tommi's Burger Joint
Soho / Restaurant / Cuisine: Burgers

Looking for one of the best burgers to chow down on before, during or after your Soho frolickings? Well, Icelandic-created-American-Diner-inspired Tommi's Burger Joint on Soho's Berwick Street is a great choice.  You can choose from five burgers (classic, chicken, steak, vegetarian or kid's); add some tantalising burger toppings such as avocado or bacon; and order fries or sweet fries. But absolutely don't skip out on the toppings station and be sure to order a milkshake. They're simply unmissable! Contact Tommi's Burger Joint directly

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