I get so excited when new halal burger joints open up. You’d think the novelty would have worn off by now but it hasn’t. Get comfy; I’m about to tell you about a good one….
This burger joint has come all the way from Doha! As great as the halal burger scene is here in London, I think we can agree the Middle East is still reigning, and so I was quite intrigued to try this place out. It is a fast food outlet located opposite Liberty on Great Marlborough St (perfect for some shopping fuel).
After my intense Instagram geotag research, I informed Z that the burgers here are quite small so we should get three between us. Don’t judge me. Of course we also got a portion of large fries and two milkshakes.
The looks of these burgers remind me of those from Shake Shack. Wouldn’t you agree?
Excitement levels were rising….
OREO AND VANILLA MILKSHAKE (£5.20 each)
I really enjoyed these milkshakes, especially the vanilla one. They had a great flavour and were nice and creamy. I personally think they could have been thicker however I was more than happy to finish it.
B. SPECIAL (£5.50)
Here is the B.Special. A black Angus patty smothered in warm gooey cheese, topped with Burger’s delicious house sauce, salad and tangy pickles, all sandwiched in a soft potato bun. The meat was juicy, succulent and had a good taste overall. The house sauce was great despite being a little messy and definitely added flavour to the burger.
The fries were simple and moreish. It would be great to have an addition of cajun fries!
B. MAJESTIC (£8.25)
Wagyu burgers are still a rarity in London so we were really keen to try this one and added their optional spicy sauce to it. The wagyu was unfortunately a little on the dry side compared to the B. Special and the sauce didn’t have as much of a kick to it as I hoped, however there is no doubt that it was still delicious.
To conclude, Burgeri is definitely up there in terms of providing good halal fast food burgers. I wouldn’t say it is the best, but it is definitely somewhere I would return to. The total bill amounted to £36, which is on the more expensive side, however due to the location of the restaurant and quality of meat I could justify it.