Posts Tagged ‘cheeseburger’

We just spent a weekend in London, and, between the five the plates of fish & chips and the three gallons of beer we emptied in our stomach, we had to try Byron, a restaurant that is said to serve one of the best Hamburger in town by many locals.

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Byron first set foot in London back in 2007, and now has nearly 30 restaurants in London, Oxford and Kent. They serve proper hamburgers, for approximately 8 £, excluding fries, as well as delicious milkshakes.

Byron London

 

I personally ordered the Byron. Between the buns you’ll find bacon (lots of it), aged cheddar, lettuce, fresh onions, tomato, and the secret Byron Sauce. Simple burger that works pretty well.Ingredients are fresh, bacon is top notch, buns are fluffy, meat is okay. We can’t expect the best meat from such a big chain.

As for the drinks, you can’t beat the oreo milk-shake, best I’ve ever had.

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If you’re wondering where does the name Byron comes from, well the waiter actually told us the story, but we were too much hangover to understand anything. If anybody knows it, please comment!

 

PS: Seems like The Burger Tribune is featured in this month’s issue of The Gate Magazine, check it out!

In’n’Out Burger, adulated by many people as the Holy Grail of all fast-food burgers…It is time for The Burger Tribune to write about this!

In’n’Out Burger opened its first branch in 1984 and rapidly expanded all across California, counting today nearly 300 restaurants across the West Coast. The secret behind In’n’Out popularity among burger enthusiasts: staying true to your values. Born Californian, the company stayed under family-management for more than thirty years, is using fresh beef patties each day and proposes a very simple menu to his clients:

I had the chance to grab a double-double during my stay in San Francisco In January 2012. I ordered it with a Dr. Pepper and, while the french fries were a bit undercooked, the burger was definitely a winner. Fresh, simple yet very tasty, made with quality ingredients. That’s what you would expect from a traditional fast-food, no fancy sauces, no extravagant buns or toppings, just a fresh burger that will satisfy your hunger, and that’s what you get at In’n’Out.

In addition to the very rudimentary menu displayed in each of In’n’Out’s branch, the restaurant also proposes a “secret menu”  that is becoming these days less and less secret. Some of the most popular items are even displayed on the company’s website under the section “our not-so-secret menu” . For example, if you order your burger “animal style”, you will get extra grilled onions, mustard sauce on the patty and pickles, same if you order your fries “animal style”.
If you ask for a “protein style” , it will be wrapped in a lettuce leaf insted of the paper pictured here.

Ask for a 3×3, and you will get 3 beef patties and 3 slices of cheddar…

There are approximately 20 secret items at In’n’Out burger, you can find them all here, what’s your favorite?

TheBurgerTribune was invited yesterday for a Sunset Tweetup at St. Elmo’s Seaside Brasserie, a Sea-food restaurant that recently opened its doors in Zaytuna Bay. The place, unlike many of Zaytouna Bay’s other restaurant, is very chill and welcoming. They serve a huge variety of sea-food (That Salmone Tartare…), wonderful deserts, and a wide range of Mojitos.

We also could taste a sample of what appears like an Alien on a Sea-Food restaurant’s menu (and that’s why it’s featured here on theburgertribune), their burger: We were served Classic mini-cheeseburgers made of beef patty, aged cheddar cheese, raw onions, lettuce and tomatoes that tasted pretty good!

On the other hand St. Elmo’s serves a real Burger that will definitely satisfy your hunger, made with prime Angus Beef and topped with aged cheddar and MacSauce

Even if you don’t go to St. Elmo’s for their Burgers, you can still go there to catch the Sunset and relax with some mojitos (I’ve also heard they’re doing happy hours…)

Their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/stelmosbrasserie