Burger Fest is Back
The bunch of dedicated (or delirious) meat-heads at Twenty Something have done it again.
Fed up with everyone's hollow claims to 'London's best burger,' we put ourselves through four weeks of meat sweats and sweat pants to taste 75 of London's top-rated burgers in pursuit of a number one y'all can finally trust. We're proud to announce that our watertight scoring metrics - 'patty,' 'bun,' 'structure,' 'toppings' and 'wow factor' - have revealed ten burgers so gloriously fucking great you'll never look at a
The list is shit-hot, and slightly spicy with some surprising drop-offs
and a crop of newcomers shaking up the game. The winner, Wild Game Co, came out of nowhere with the juiciest, double-pattied, bresaola and onion-jam laden Veni Moo burger shooting him from last year's 7th place to
2015's top spot.
Each burger is a true work of art - trust us, you need to try them all. And you can (well, you can try five, but props if you even get that far) at Burger Fest two point oh. This year, we've partnered with Red Stripe beer and The Paperworks to bring you hungry punters a bigger event in an even bigger venue, with alcoholic popsicles and banging summertime tunes to wash it all
The first 100 people through the door of each session get a free Red Stripe, and doors close
two and half hours into each session.
Thanks to all of the following burger pros who were a part of the tasting process: Tommi's Burger Joint , Patty & Bun, Bunsmiths, Flat Iron , Hawksmoor, Bobo Social, Chosen Bun, Mother Flipper, Bad Egg, Dirty Burger, Chop Shop, Butchies, Burger Shack, MeatLiquor, Byron, Five Guys, Shake Shack,