I really love a good burger and chips, the dirtier the better and after seeing the mouthwatering pictures of burgers on Patty & Bun’s instagram page I knew I had to try it out for myself.
There are a few Patty & Buns dotted about and I visited the one on Borough High Street in London Bridge. It was surprisingly quiet, with lots of tables free so we chose a little booth to sit down in.
Patty & Bun – What We Ordered:
I normally opt for a buttermilk style chicken burger in most burger joints but the Smokey Robinson (£9.50) caught my eye – a beef patty burger, with cheese, tomato and lettuce but topped with caramelised crispy onions, bacon, ketchup, a dollop of the smokey P&B mayo, all sandwiched between a brioche bun. Heaven in a burger!
The burgers arrived wrapped in paper, no plates or trays and I really love the simplicity of it. We chose a portion of the chips with rosemary salt which were crispy with skins on. It’s a bit pricer than an average fast food burger, more in line with Five Guys and Shake Shack. The flavours were really good but you don’t have the bells and whistles that they do (the crinkle chips or fancy drinks machine).
Vegetarian options are available for every burger, and so are gluten free buns and there is even a vegan burger on the menu so there really is something for everyone here.
I’d definitely go back – burger me!
Patty & Bun – 3/5
Really good burgers, but very similar to the likes of Five Guys and Shake Shack.
Food – 4/5
Service – 3/5
Decor / Ambience – 3/5
Two burgers and a portion of chips cost £24.75 including service charge.
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Patty & Bun
76 Narrow Street
19 Borough High St