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“It’s all about the gravy – a game changer!”, say fans of this south London burger chain, where beef or lamb, thin-sliced in baps comes with succulent juices for dipping. In August 2019 they announced the closure of the Brixton branch, leaving Battersea, Tooting and Wimbledon.
“Delicious beef patties served with a bowl of proper gravy to dip them in – perfect!” say aficionados of this unusual twist on the burger bar, with outlets in Battersea, Brixton, Tooting and Wimbledon. “The gravy thing feels so wrong but so right at the same time – sweet potato fries on the side partially assuage that guilt.” No booking, but “they’ll text you when your table is ready so you can have a drink in a local bar while you wait”.
For fans – and there are plenty – this burger-’n’-gravy concept with four outlets across southwest London (Battersea, Brixton, Tooting and Wimbledon) offers “the best burgers in town by far!”. By no means everyone agrees though: “Maybe I just don’t get it, but I wasn’t impressed by the quality of the burger or by the messy gravy”.
This burger concept – with gravy, and a kitchen roll instead of forks – is hailed by locals as a “tremendous addition to the food scene” in southwest London, where it’s grown fast (Battersea, Wimbledon, Tooting and Brixton). But not everyone is a convert: “where do the good reviews come from? Too many people are squashed into a tiny place, and the food’s unexciting”.
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