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Cut and Grind (Restaurant)

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The Urbanest Building, Canal Reach, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4BD
Cuisine: Burgers
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1) Exit the rear of King’s Cross station. Damn, someone’s already on the birdcage swing - you’ll have to come back another day to play. Wander past Google and through Granary Square, admiring the architectural grandeur as you saunter. Make a mental note to return soon to check out the new Coal Drops Yard shopping street (after you’ve had a go on the swing). Then, predictably, join the lengthy queue to get into Dishoom, because that’s what people do around here.

2) This time, though, we dare you to be different. Keep walking, my friend, because only a mere five minutes more and you shall discover Cut + Grind, home to The Juicy Classic burger. This is the burger that was crowned Best Burger in the UK at the National Burger Awards 2018, defeating restaurants such as BrewDog, Hawksmoor and Haché en route to the title. Bring me the holy union of chuck, brisket, rump and rib beef, good sir, and envelope it with lettuce, cheddar, pickles, red onion, and béarnaise sauce, if you please!

3) Sure, the restaurant appears to be a fast food outlet, filled with beige wooden tables, beige hard surfaces, beige chart hit music, and a very beige atmosphere; but this is one of the best burgers EVER. You will not be concerned with other trifles (note: they do not serve trifle, but they do some rather punchy hard shakes).

4) There are other choices to make. The first is the burger patty itself - juicy vs skinny? - which both combine a variety of meat cuts for a fatty or lean experience.

5) Vegetarian, vegan and chicken burgers are also available, but seriously!

6) Then, the burger sauce: harissa, chilli jam, hickory, aioli, Dijon, or, take our word for, the best way to go, truffle mayo. Pimping opportunities include extras cheese, bacon, beef tomato and a double patty for superhero appetites.

7) Next: fries. Triple-cooked, Belgian style, as standard. Create your own mind-bending double truffle scenario by ordering the truffle parmesan fries, to accompany your truffle mayo, for the most delightful, earthy, pungent nostril fumes.

8) A colourful array of naughty sides includes Asian slaw, halloumi fries, chicken wings, and an enormous tree of chargrilled broccoli, drowning in buttery garlic, chilli sauce. It is a behemoth and should not be attempted unsupervised. Order this ahead of anything else, including that amazing burger. It is the green vegetable that even vegetable haters will love, thanks mainly to the secret ingredient: anchovies!

9) If you don’t find what you’re looking for, seek the special burger of the month. This could be a haggis burger, a chilli burger, or even a fish burger. A true rebel such as yourself loves to test uncharted waters. If you possess iron-clad temerity, stride purposefully up to the counter and demand (politely) to sample their finest Keito burger, even though it’s no longer on the menu. This low-carb wonder replaces the normal burger bun with an egg pancake and it is definitely worth testing your luck, chancer. They may just oblige.

10) Unusually for a restaurant, yet perfectly engineered, an interconnecting door leads to The Urbanest next door; a large student accommodation that feeds into the Central Saint Martins university of arts close by. Well played, Cut + Grinders! Not only does this ensure a constant stream of lunchtime business, but it occupies the restaurant with a worldly selection of the youngest, smartest, coolest and often richest minds in central London.
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