Brilliant Burgers: Where to Eat in Shoreditch
The traditional beefburger; humble, wholesome, the saviour of many a night out.
Shoreditch is positively stacked with local joints and grilling experts offering some of the best tasting patties around.
Swing by some of these places for the best burgers in Shoreditch:
Note for veggies – each place has something for you guys as well, and it’s certainly just as tasty.
The Blues Kitchen
The Blues Kitchen is a celebration of southern American culture. Bang in the heart of Shoreditch, here you’ll find Texan BBQ, jiving live music and a mighty range of bourbon-based cocktails.
Add to that the delicious burgers and there is no surprise that this is one of Shoreditch’s most popular venues.
So, tuck into a cheeseburger, pull up a bar stool and settle in for a night of proper rock ‘n’ roll.
134-146 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3AR
The Jones Family Project
TripAdvisor award-winner, designmynight award-winner, Trip Expert award-winner; the list goes on.
Clearly, something is going on at down at the Jones’. Kitted out in the fashion of an NYC long bar, this trendy eatery has some of the best grub in the East End, never mind burgers in Shoreditch.
For true meat aficionados, we recommend the oxtail-topped Chuck Burger, served alongside moreish triple-cooked chips.
There’s also a revolving pop-up style room, ensuring you’ll have something new and exciting to tuck into every visit.
78 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3JL (jonesfamilyproject)
Haché know burgers, in fact, it’s their speciality. The Shoreditch branch of this small London chain is just as good as its sister outlets across the centre.
Nor are you limited to the traditional beef patty either, over at Haché you can choose from lamb, chicken, sweet potato or the artery-clogging goat’s cheese burger.
Partner your gourmet patty with some black garlic hummus, or halloumi fries.
147 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3QE (hacheburger)
With a name like Meat Mission, you wouldn’t be far wrong in guessing that these guys know a thing or two about burgers.
The restaurant has gone for a dishevelled look straight out of a metalcore music video, with the focus on the great grub, which is what you might expect from the minds behind Covent Garden’s Meat Market.
If you’re feeling hungry, tuck into the triple-stacked Trouble Bubble, and top it off with the surprisingly tasty Jagermeister infused ice cream.
>5 Hoxton Market, London N1 6HG (meatmission)
The Bike Shed
Is there a better combo than burgers and motorbikes? Don’t think so.
Pop in and check out the vintage Vespas, marvel at the McQueen-inspired Scramblers, and tuck into a prime patty of the Bike Shed’s own burgers.
We recommend the mountainous full breakfast, which is handily available until 3pm for all you late-sleepers out there.
384 Old St, London EC1V 9LT (thebikeshed)
Bearded creators of the locally famous bacon jam, resident funk DJs, and much-lauded Shoreditch pop up, we give you Burger Bear.
Marrying the very best of burger grilling with the 1980’s disco scene, the guys at BB now have a more permanent residency at The Old Nuns Head (codenamed the Magic Roundabout).
We suggest chilling out with a spicy Angry Bear and a side of Angry Fries, so sit back and enjoy some of the best burgers in Shoreditch.
>The Old Nun’s Head, Nunhead Green, London SE15 3QQ (burgerbearuk)
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