Burgers & fries prices

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Luke.

10,328 posts

227 months

Friday 15th April
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Love love Bleeker. Also like they're not too big. Just little pockets of gorgeous perfection.

C70R

10,619 posts

81 months

Friday 15th April
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Bleeker are definitely one of the better small chains. Not a burger specialist, but Meat Liquor do a fantastic sloppy burger.

matrignano

3,516 posts

187 months

Friday 15th April
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Love a bleaker blue cheese and also the Meatliquor dead hippy!
Probably my two favourite burgers.

Need to try a hawksmoor one, but no steak? Or maybe just a small one hehe

Matt p

835 posts

185 months

Friday 15th April
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Red dog saloon gets my vote, closely followed by meat mission smile


l354uge

2,630 posts

98 months

Wednesday 4th May
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Just had a chicken classic meal with spicy sauce from Burger & Sauce, £9 with upgraded fries and a glass bottle of Pepsi Max and it was incredible. Can't recommend enough

Luke.

10,328 posts

227 months

Wednesday 4th May
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l354uge said:
Just had a chicken classic meal with spicy sauce from Burger & Sauce, £9 with upgraded fries and a glass bottle of Pepsi Max and it was incredible. Can't recommend enough
From where?

21TonyK

10,071 posts

186 months

Wednesday 4th May
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Luke. said:
l354uge said:
Just had a chicken classic meal with spicy sauce from Burger & Sauce, £9 with upgraded fries and a glass bottle of Pepsi Max and it was incredible. Can't recommend enough
From where?
"Burger & Sauce"

Luke.

10,328 posts

227 months

Wednesday 4th May
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21TonyK said:
Luke. said:
l354uge said:
Just had a chicken classic meal with spicy sauce from Burger & Sauce, £9 with upgraded fries and a glass bottle of Pepsi Max and it was incredible. Can't recommend enough
From where?
"Burger & Sauce"
Oh yeah. hehe

Motoring12345

285 posts

27 months

Thursday 12th May
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GBK charge £6.70 for their oreo milkshake. WTF?

no wonder they've disappeared

hungry_hog

1,641 posts

165 months

Thursday 12th May
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Becoming addicted to the Bleecker bacon double cheeseburger, like a posher version of the old Burger King favourite

Bloody expensive on Deliveroo, works out about 15 quid with delivery...can easily spend 30 quid without even trying with a few extras (chips, shake etc.)

Teebs

2,497 posts

192 months

Thursday 12th May
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I'd be dead within weeks if Deliveroo operated around here.

richard at home

275 posts

95 months

Thursday 12th May
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I still remember having a burger at an open day at Upper Heyford American airbase, when I was a kid and I am sure it was the best burger I have ever had...

They had half oil drum BBQ's going all over the place.

No idea if it's just the rose tinted effect or if the American burgers really were a breed apart from anything we get here in the UK...

Bretts in Reading was awesome though, again long gone now.

These days £20 seems to get you a microscopic burger (more like a slider), piled high so it looks big!

Tried a renowned burger restuarant in Weymouth and found that the burger was full of grated carrot.... WTF?

Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05


Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05

ecsrobin

14,472 posts

142 months

Friday 13th May
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richard at home said:
I still remember having a burger at an open day at Upper Heyford American airbase, when I was a kid and I am sure it was the best burger I have ever had...

They had half oil drum BBQ's going all over the place.

No idea if it's just the rose tinted effect or if the American burgers really were a breed apart from anything we get here in the UK...

Bretts in Reading was awesome though, again long gone now.

These days £20 seems to get you a microscopic burger (more like a slider), piled high so it looks big!

Tried a renowned burger restuarant in Weymouth and found that the burger was full of grated carrot.... WTF?

Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05


Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05
RIAT at RAF Fairford tucked away in the car park field is usually a stall operated by the USAF staff worth a visit to see if it was?

Roman Rhodes

3,956 posts

66 months

Friday 13th May
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Anyone had a burger at Blacklock? I’ve eaten there and it seemed good value for central London - the meat (tried a steak and skinny chops) was good quality and cooked well so wondered if the burger might be decent too? Burger is £12 and beef dripping chips £4.

craigjm

14,705 posts

177 months

Friday 13th May
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Motoring12345 said:
GBK charge £6.70 for their oreo milkshake. WTF?

no wonder they've disappeared
They still have about 40 restaurants I’m not sure I would call that disappeared

craigjm

14,705 posts

177 months

Friday 13th May
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richard at home said:
Tried a renowned burger restuarant in Weymouth and found that the burger was full of grated carrot.... WTF?
The strangest thing about that place is they present their burgers open topped

C70R

10,619 posts

81 months

Friday 13th May
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Roman Rhodes said:
Anyone had a burger at Blacklock? I’ve eaten there and it seemed good value for central London - the meat (tried a steak and skinny chops) was good quality and cooked well so wondered if the burger might be decent too? Burger is £12 and beef dripping chips £4.
I can't go to blacklock and not either eat a huge piece of beef or the 'all in' chops. Feels like sacrilege.

craigjm

14,705 posts

177 months

Friday 13th May
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C70R said:
Roman Rhodes said:
Anyone had a burger at Blacklock? I’ve eaten there and it seemed good value for central London - the meat (tried a steak and skinny chops) was good quality and cooked well so wondered if the burger might be decent too? Burger is £12 and beef dripping chips £4.
I can't go to blacklock and not either eat a huge piece of beef or the 'all in' chops. Feels like sacrilege.
Agreed and if there is a group usually the all in chops and a piece of beef. Its not a place for burgers

Leon R

2,345 posts

73 months

Friday 13th May
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richard at home said:
I still remember having a burger at an open day at Upper Heyford American airbase, when I was a kid and I am sure it was the best burger I have ever had...

They had half oil drum BBQ's going all over the place.

No idea if it's just the rose tinted effect or if the American burgers really were a breed apart from anything we get here in the UK...

Bretts in Reading was awesome though, again long gone now.

These days £20 seems to get you a microscopic burger (more like a slider), piled high so it looks big!

Tried a renowned burger restuarant in Weymouth and found that the burger was full of grated carrot.... WTF?

Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05


Edited by richard at home on Thursday 12th May 22:05
My Dad was in the USAF and although he was an accountant he was also trained as a chef so he did alot of cooking at the base events.

In the 90s we lived on the military families bit of Heyford so if it was then that you tried the burger there is a genuine chance that my dad was the cook!

Roman Rhodes

3,956 posts

66 months

Saturday 14th May
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craigjm said:
C70R said:
Roman Rhodes said:
Anyone had a burger at Blacklock? I’ve eaten there and it seemed good value for central London - the meat (tried a steak and skinny chops) was good quality and cooked well so wondered if the burger might be decent too? Burger is £12 and beef dripping chips £4.
I can't go to blacklock and not either eat a huge piece of beef or the 'all in' chops. Feels like sacrilege.
Agreed and if there is a group usually the all in chops and a piece of beef. Its not a place for burgers
I don’t disagree with those comments but someone must be willing to make the sacrifice? Maybe me. smile