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The South Bank Burger Guide

September 22nd, 2022 | by Tom Harrow-Smith
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The South Bank Burger Guide

From decadent gourmet burgers to casual street food fixes, there is no shortage of great places to grab a delicious burger in South Bank. Vegetarians are well catered for too as are those in search of a late-night bite or a craft beer to wash it down with. Here's a look at where to find the best burgers.

 

  • Honest Burgers

    We’re starting off our round-up of the best burgers in South Bank with renowned chain Honest Burgers, because they have been kind enough to create their very own South Bank Burger! Obviously their menu is packed with mouth-watering varieties, but when in South Bank, make sure you try Honest’s own South Bank Burger, available only in their restaurant on Festival Walk. Made with Honest beef, smoked bacon, Waterloo cheese, garlic pickle, red onion and baby spinach with homemade rosemary salted chips. Plus, £1 from every sale of this burger goes to the National Theatre.

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  • Marsha

    If it’s a chicken burger you’re after, Marsha is the place to head. This restaurant situated on the riverside edge of Gabriel’s Wharf by Oxo Tower is all about making the most of the chicken, using every part of the bird to make sure none is wasted. Featuring three different chicken burgers, you’re spoilt for choice. There’s the crispy fried buttermilk thigh burger served with kimchi. A chicken fillet burger served with confit garlic mayo and slaw. Then an even crispier burger that is served with crispy chicken skin, sage and gravy mayo to recreate all that you love from a traditional roast dinner in a burger.

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  • Jimmy's

    Jimmy’s BBQ Club and Winter Lodge are two seasonal pop-ups that line the Queen’s Walk every summer and winter. Whilst you can reserve tables for each pop-up in advance, there is also a Jimmy’s street food offering too, which serves a legendary burger. Featuring a 5oz British beef burger, homemade burger sauce, baby gem, beef tomato, dill pickles and cheddar, Jimmy’s signature BBQ Club Burger is an example of how the classic combinations done right are often the best.

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  • The Frenchie Duck Burger

    At Southbank Centre's weekly street food market, you'll find an indulgent confit duck burger served up by The Frenchie. These guys are known for their infamous duck burger, served with melted cheese (Fourme D'ambert, Cheddar or goat cheese) truffle honey, chutney and fresh rocket. Serving equally notorious chips, hand cut and homemade, then double cooked in oil and duck fat and served with truffle mayonnaise. Woah.

    Southbank Centre Street Food Market is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday behind Royal Festival Hall.

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  • Spiritland

    In the summer of 2021, Spiritland Royal Festival Hall changed things up a bit, by deciding to create a menu featuring some of the best in American Diner fare, served alongside a lively music policy. Featuring a classic grilled cheese burger as well as less traditional but no less delicious shrimp or falafel burgers, these are best ordered with a side of Spiritland's grilled corn on the cob with chipotle butter.

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  • The Green Room

    If it's a great vegan burger you're after, look no further than Green Room. Located just behind the National Theatre, The Green Room is a perfect blend of alfresco and indoor dining. A large open-air neighbourhood garden is accompanied by a timber-framed indoor dining room, which won the top award in the temporary category of the New London Architecture Awards in 2015. Their plant based patty is made from beetroot, lentil and peanuts with vegan cheese, served with a spring slaw and a chimichurri mayo. Plus, for every plant based burger sold, £1 is donated to the homeless charity. Carnivores, fear not Green Room also serve a crispy chicken burger too.

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  • Draughts

    Head to Draughts Waterloo in Leake Street for board games galore. With over 800 games on their shelves and a dedicated team to help you choose what's right for you and your group, you won't find many better board game cafes in the capital! draughts food menu also makes it a great visit, and you may have guessed it, there's plenty of delicious burgers to choose from, with the stand out being their Rib Steak Double Cheeseburger, a double smash patty with slices of American cheese, dill pickles, crispy onions, lettuce, aioli and a jalapeno relish all squeezed into a seeded brioche bun.

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  • The Thirsty Bear

    If you're after a pint with your burger, then the best spot is The Thirsty Bear pub, located off the riverfront, behind Bernie Spain Gardens on Stamford Street. Known for its showcasing of live sport, a great selection of beers on tap (including from their self serve beer wall!) and a seven item burger menu for which their kitchen is known for. All burgers are a whopping 6oz of prime rib-eye, fillet and sirloin patty but also offer two plant based options too. Furthermore, you can't argue with the pricing either, with burgers ranging from £8 to £10.50.

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