wonderfull hambergers,super milk shakes all very good value with friendly , fast service.ambience is great and would love to eat in a byron every other day.
I popped in here for a lunch after seeing them pop up all over the place. I had the Byron burger and my wife had the Cheeseburger. They all tased ok but not exceptional. Especially as it all came to £31.00 for these a portion of chips, coleslaw and three coca colas. I would say the amount of liquid running... More
Over the years I've tried nearly all of the premium burger bars in London, and none of them really justified their price premium (£7-£9 is a lot for a burger, after all - even more so when fries aren't thrown in...), and sure enough Hamburger Union, The Ultimate Burger, and Real Burger World have all crashed and burned in recent... More
I have to say that burgers are not my favourite food but after shepherding some business colleagues around all night and finding myself rather hungry and rather pushed for time I popped into this place. I had read about several of these newer burger joints selling "proper" burgers so ordered the Classic double at £10.70 (told you I was hungry)... More
Good food, quick and friendly service, not too pricey. Restaurant is quite large, did not have a problem getting a table on a Friday night. Would go back again!
I have been to many Byron's across London and the one on The Cut is my favourite. All Byron's have good service, but with this one staff really go out of their way to ensure customers have a good experience and that's from the manager to the serving team. This place is a great combination of great service and great... More
My husband and I recently travelled to London & one night decided we really wanted hamburgers. I checked various reviews throughout the area, and we settled on this Byron location since we had reservations at the London Eye afterward (it's within walking distance). We both got "The Byron," which was a cheeseburger with bacon, yet I added avocado and chipotle... More
Went to Byron for the first time. i had the classic burger with fries. The fries are basically the same as you would get in a McDonalds. The burger was ok but lacked a bit of flavour and seasoning. If you want a basic burger then Doggett's near Blackfriars Bridge is better and cheaper.
I recently visited Byron in haymarket London with my wife and two kids. The burgers we had were very good but the milkshakes we all had where fantastic. All together probably the best meal had while staying in London.
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