‘Prime’ Burger – waste of money. My main issue with the burger was how dry it was. The only chance of moisture came from an unnoticeable amount of mayonnaise accompanying the shredded lettuce on the lower cut of the burnt brioche bun. The patty itself didn’t taste at all seasoned and the bacon on top… Continue reading Prime Steak & Grill, Chandler’s Cross.
Set along the seafront, Half Man Half Burger is a perfect location to enjoy a spot of lunch. With friendly staff and a great choice of craft beers I felt right at home. Two patties, smokey bacon and onion relish, Monterey Jack cheese, mustard mayo and shredded iceberg were the elements that made up The… Continue reading Half Man Half Burger, Hastings.
A flashy new website, a well structured menu and a modern makeover were all part of an exciting, hunger motivated build up that ultimately lead to an average burger. ‘The Red Iron Burger’, that featured onions, jalapeños, cheese and Red Iron sauce had all the same textures and flavours you’d expect from a cheap… Continue reading Red Iron Burgers, Uxbridge.
Roses are red, violets are blue, I went to Bluegrass… it wasn’t blue. Bluegrass, a shining light on Paul’s Row in High Wycombe was impressive to say the least. In a road full of Wetherspoon pubs and retail buildings that can’t afford to be shops anymore, a welcoming American BBQ Smokehouse is just what the… Continue reading Bluegrass, High Wycombe.
Roses are red, violets are blue, I eat some burgers and give a review. Where? Somewhere on Earth, there are five males that I would like to locate and thank for the masterpiece I was lucky enough to have in my mouth during my time at Five Guys, Watford. I don’t know if it was… Continue reading Five Guys, Watford.