Haché Burger is one of the brands I’m most excited about. There is a satisfaction in finding your best burger in London, for me that is Haché. I first discovered them from reading about them on The Handbook food blog. Having made a mental check to add to my bucket list, within a couple of weeks I had an empty Saturday night free to check them out. I made a point of going to the Holborn location as this one has the experimental menu with really creative, innovative burgers.
Haché burger do gourmet burgers with 100% Scotch beef steak. Having first started out in Camden in 2004, Haché burger now has six locations around London. They pride themselves on excellent quality food, exciting burgers and a friendly neighbourhood vibe. They provide all-day dining in a Parisian inspired setting.
Starters at Haché Burger
They have exceptional small sharing plates for starters. I particularly love their arancini balls. They are especially cheesy and paired well with the tomato sauce and rose harissa. I also love the creole chicken wings with hot cayenne sauce, they are some of my favourite wings in London.
Burgers wise, I have sampled quite a few from Haché across multiple visits. They do some fantastic specials which are only on the menu for a limited amount of time. I once had their Steak Arancini burger which came with a smashed arancini rice ball, provolone cheese & tomato sauce served on top of their delicious medium-rare steak patty. All their burgers come inside a delightful brioche bun. I also very much rate the Steak Calabria burger with Nduja spicy sausage, confit garlic, cavolo nero, provolone cheese, beef tomato, red onion & rocket. The spicy sausage balanced well with the bitterness of the cavolo nero, making it a delicious burger.
They have also developed a wonderful vegan and vegetarian menu, making the best non-meat burgers in London, in my opinion. Using Beyond Mead vegan patties, there is a choice of 5 different vegan burgers. My favourite, for instance, is the Beyond Le Fumé which is presented in a smoke-filled dome. The smoke flavours the burger really well. The burger additionally comes with a Beyond Meat vegan patty, grilled aubergine, smoky semi-dried tomatoes, Violife Cheddar, zucchini straws and mustard mayo inside a toasted ciabatta bun.
Lastly, If you have any room left for dessert, I absolutely love their cookies and milk. An especially indulgent dessert served with a warm skillet cookie, vanilla ice cream, sprinkles and a shot of cold milk. Their cheesecake is also well reviewed by their regulars, and I also agree it is excellent.
Highlights from Haché Burger
- Burgers from £8- £13
- Fries from £3-£7
Balham, Camden, Chelsea, Holborn, Clapham & Shoreditch
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