Burgers & Hotdogs

Bubbledogs

A fabulous chic diner serving only hotdogs and champagne in the heart of Fitzrovia. The unique menu has a quirky offering of 13 various styles of hotdogs. Inspired by flavours from around the World, try the ‘Fourth of July’ and there’s a real quirky ‘Date Dog’ which has all the customary flavours to avoid on a date. Go for it if you dare!! The champagne listing is great with a good selection available by the glass including Pink champagne. Expect to queue, but definitely worth the wait.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen

GBK created the first original gourmet burger in London. Founded in 2001, the group now has 60 outlets. Only using the freshest ingredients, with all sauces made in-house daily, this group can safely say that they have the greatest selection of gourmet burgers. Specialising in beef burgers, there are also great options with chicken, lamb, vegetarian and gluten-free! The barbeque sauce is made with 16 ingredients! The bacon ailoli which is served also with sweet potato fries is a good combo. The milkshakes are very popular and extremely tasty, try the ‘Honeycomb.’

GBK founders are all from New Zealand and their heritage is displayed in the venues, each having a bespoke element. With 70, 000 burgers made a week, GBK is a sure thing and will satisfy all cravings!

Hard Rock Cafe

In Green Park, this is part of the American global chain and London’s original burger joint, which opened in 1971. Serving all the classic American style burgers overloaded with various legendary toppings. Go with an appetite as the servings are huge. Extensive rock memorabilia all over the cafe and there is also a Vault Musuem which stores a vast collection and is a definite mustsee if you are a 'Rock Fan.' A fun night out with live music played in the basement bar.

Honky Tonk

Found in the heart of Clapham, this American themed restaurant with British service, has superb flavoursome classic American dishes such as ribs, chicken wings and burgers using homemade traditional recipes with secret ingredients. The ribs, marinated in beer are to-die-for with the meat just falling off the bone. The spicy peri-peri wings are only meant for the brave! And the fully loaded Honky Tonk burger needs a big appetite. The quirky rosemary fries are delicious. Also on the menu are Crab Cakes which have 100% crab meat. Make sure there is room for the scrumptious desserts, the chocolate hazelnut brownie sprinkled with honeycomb is yummylicious! To cleanse the palette try the ‘Pickle Back’ shot.

A fun place to also bring the whole family as at the weekends the kids can eat free from noon-6pm.

Meat Liquor

Considered to be one of London's hippest restaurants, found in Marlyebone, this American joint provides the best burgers this side of the Atlantic. However, the decor may not be to everyone's taste. Stylish graffiti covers the ceiling and the walls, wires hang from the ceiling, and the atmosphere is dark and eery where the music is played loud. Kitchen roll is provided in abundance to compensate for the lack of cutlery. Despite all this, the good value burgers is what diners come for and this whole unique experience. Expect to queue as no reservations are taken.

Top Dog

Wow! This is the BEST place for hotdogs in London.These American style dogs are the first to land this side of the pond. Founded by American Marissa Hermer and husband Matt this latest ‘healthy’ fast food joint is taking Soho and London by storm. 

A varied selection of nine toppings for the choice of dog you choose from either, beef, pork or tofu. Vegetarians do not miss out on the fun here! The freshest ingredients are used and the brioche buns are great. Range of sides from sweet potato fries, slaw and chilli. Try the ‘pulled pork slaw’ and ooh the salted caramel shake is awesome!

The brand champions the 1950s US rebel biker culture and at its location in the heart of Soho, a townhouse with three floors of seating, the basement is a dedicated Norton room with a classic Norton bike which guests can pose on, helmets line one whole wall, and the best part, motorbike revving sounds in the toilets! The first floor is nice, open room with light coming in from the large windows and a view of where ‘Mozart’ used to live! Look for the iconic ‘blue plaque’ on the building.

When you order a tracker device is given which is placed in a holder at the table you have selected. The staff can then find wherever you are in the townhouse with your order! Now that’s service J