|What a pretty looking burger|
Byron Burger and Skinny Burger
Not long ago I was planning to meet up with a friend who is on really mental diet, no carbs, no sugar...no fun basically. She insisted that we could go out for a burger and she would ''remove the bun and the cheese, scrape off the sauce and not eat the chips''. I really didn't think I could go through the trauma of seeing a burger treated liked that. Instead I racked my brains of somewhere healthy she might be able to eat, before a hazy memory of seeing a 'skinny burger' on the menu at Bryon. So off we went.
I went for the Byron burger (mature cheese and bacon). In very brief summary, the bun was soft, the 6oz patty (cooked on a char-grill) was moist, and whilst I don't tend to like a tomato in a burger, it actually was really nice to have that freshness in there. It had been so long since I visited Byron that I made the very amateur mistake of assuming the Byron burger (£9.25) came with fries, so my burger looked a little lost on the plate.
Luckily I'd ordered a side of macaroni cheese (£3.25) which went down a treat.
My carb-avoiding friend said she really enjoyed her skinny burger, complete with side salad and she also asked for an extra of guacamole. I'm pretty sure she was stealing glances at my lovely bun though.
Credit to Byron for not only establishing themselves as the most convenient and best burger chain in London, but for also serving very tasty, reliable burgers and for their problem solving skinny option too.
Byron Burgers, London and further afield