Patty & Bun Review
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Patty & Bun

July 27, 2013

After sampling pretty much most of the top burger bars in London, I still hadn’t been to Patty & Bun (I know terrible isn’t it). Yesterday evening however this situation was rectified. Based just off Bond Street in Central London Patty & Bun has a no reservation policy and is described as the ‘unique burger experience.’

We headed down just before 6pm and managed to get a table straight away, we were very lucky, considering as soon as we got our seats a queue starting emerging.

Straight onto the food, each burger is packed with toppings and have cool names such as the ‘Ari Gold’, ‘Smokey Robinson’ and ‘Jose Jose’. I was torn between the Ari Gold and Smokey Robinson but in the end went for the Smokey. This includes beef patty, cheese, tomato, lettuce, caramelised onions, bacon, ketchup, Smokey P&B Mayo topped with a Brioche bun. Phew! That was a mouthful just describing.

Patty & Bun Menu

Smokey Robinson Patty & Bun

All burgers are cooked Medium Rare unless otherwise stated. Mine was really delicious and full of flavour. The only criticism I had was it was a little sweet which I think came from the caramelised onion, but that’s just my personal preference. Next time I’ll try the Ari Gold as it doesn’t have this.

Smokey Robinson Burger Patty & Bun

Smokey Robinson Patty & Bun

Danny opted for the daily special which was packed with guacamole, salsa, wahaca cheese and spicy red pickles. It was gone in a matter of minutes! We shared chips and this was plenty between two people.

Patty & Bun Special

Patty & Bun fries

I definitely enjoyed Patty & Bun, the meat tasted good quality, it was cooked really well and the choices of toppings are great. It is on the small side for a burger bar/restaurant so choose your timings wisely so you don’t have to queue or if you fancy it, opt for the takeaway service.

Visit Patty & Bun at 54 St James Street.

Patty & Bun St James Street

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