One of capital's favourite patty purveyors, this small but growing group of burger bars has chosen Brighton as the location for its first non-London site. The restaurant will open in The Lanes later in February 2018. Patty & Bun joins MEATliquor which also boasts a Brighton branch and Honest Burgers are on the lookout for a site in London-on-Sea.
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“Be prepared to use loads of napkins, it gets too messy without a plate...” at these “quirky and cool cafés” whose “delicious-beyond-compare dirty burgers are just the right side of sloppy” and in contention for “London’s best”.
“To-die-for”, “messy” burgers – amongst “the best in London?” – are to be had at these “super hip” pitstops. “Count yourself lucky if you get a table at the James Street original!”
“Just wow!”; the “revelatory” burgers are “a sloppy sensation” – “so juicy, moist and cooked to perfection” – at these “loud”, “indie-vibe” pitstops, whose branch near Selfridges is the highest-rated burger-joint in town.
“If they laced dishes with crack, they wouldn’t be more addictive”, say fans of the “ultimate dirty burgers” (and “superb” wings too) served by these “funky” pit stops, near Selfridges and now in the City; they’re “seriously cramped” though, and the queues can be “unreal”.