BRGR.CO have a great name and great burgers to match. This seemed like to good place to try out because I’m not in love with Byron Burger, visit GBK way too often and couldn’t be bothered to trek to Honest Burger on the day.
WHERE: 187 Wardour St in Soho, London. Just a short walk from Oxford Circus station so it couldn’t be easier to get there.
VIBE: The restaurant had more space inside than it seemed but it will still a pretty cosy set up. The space in between some tables weren’t even big enough for me to squeeze through easily and that’s saying something.
They had a lovely mood lighting and I couldn’t help but notice there were quite a few groups using it as a place for a nice casual catch up.
The staff were nice and friendly and I loved how our waiter seemed more than happy to answer my silly questions and handled the pressure of making my decisions for me.
— BRGR.CO UK (@BRGRCOUK) January 8, 2017
FOOD: All the beef burgers are from grass-fed cattle who have lived a good life up in Scotland. As with most places, the burgers are grilled to order and I had no issue with my medium-well patty.
All burgers are served in toasted demi brioche buns accompanied by iceberg lettuce, beef tomato, red onion, sweet pickled gherkin, but they can also be served without a bun and with a salad garnish at no extra cost.
Gluten free buns are also available but I felt like taking the salas option in the day.
And you don’t have to be limited to exactly what is written down on the menu, my fried asked for the cheese and chill con carne fries to be changed to chilli sweet potato fries and they were like – yep!
PRICE: Burgers start from just under £7 while you can add extra topping from £1 each.
The menu also includes hot dogs, a chicken sandwich and vegetarian options. The side dishes include a lot of cheese on fries options plus the usual onion rings, coleslaw and side salad.
But the dessert menu is the pleasant surprise (hello apple and banana crumble) while they have so many drinks, teas and shakes that you’ll be spoiled for choice.
As far as burger spots in London go, this is a pretty decent spot. While I still prefer the likes of GBK (review soon come), I did really enjoy the slightest different options available on the BRGR menu.
Now who do I need to talk to in order to add custard as an option with that apple and banana crumble *drools*
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