Food and drink
The burgers are made from grass-fed Scottish beef and come with tomato, red onion, lettuce, mayo and not much else (though you can order cheese and bacon varieties, and there’s a token vegetarian option). Negotiating sides of home-made skin-on chips, onion rings and courgette fries adds enough excitement for me and my husband. I like the wine list – a straightforward choice between red and white in ‘good’, ‘better’, ‘great’ and ‘best’ categories with prices rising accordingly (though not too far). You can get some notable bottled beers here too.
Modish white and steel, clean-lined and curvy, and besieged by families on weekends.
Friendly but hard-pressed during peak times.
To the western end of Kensington High Street, and the southern entrance to Holland Park.
Adult burgers are £6.50-£8.75; kids get two courses for £6.25. Considering you can pay over £15 for a burger of similar quality in some London restaurants, that’s pretty good value.
The company’s expanding rapidly, with more than ten branches. Among them, there’s a spacious new outlet in Islington, a useful niche in Westfield Shepherd’s Bush shopping centre, and a bolthole in Canary Wharf – see website for details.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching
- No fuss