The original was a pop-up in Brixton but it was so successful, they decided to make London a permanent home. Unsurprisingly (although you’ll be surprised how many people get this wrong) the beef burgers themselves are the stars of the show. They use 35 day dry-aged British chuck steak from The Ginger Pig cooked medium-rare and the buns and toppings are all sourced locally. All served with rosemary-salted chips, the Tribute is their homage to the classic American burger – bacon, American cheese, burger sauce and French’s mustard and is the best seller for very good reason – it’s fantastic!
Honest Burgers have purposely avoided the somewhat tired ‘fill your restaurants with Americana’ cliché and when you’re inside, there’s a distinctly British feel. The emphasis is on the burgers and what they do, they do very, very well indeed.