Honest Burgers

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Honest Burgers 4a Meard Street
    W1F 0EF

  • Venue phone:

    020 3609 9524

  • Venue website:


  • Opening hours:

    noon-11pm Mon-Wed; 11.45am-11pm Thur-Sat; noon-10pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Tottenham Court Road or Piccadilly Circus

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4.3 / 5

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Vincenzo I

The menu is a classic in very little choice but good quality food. The rosemary chips tasted great. the potatoes had a little of the skins on. Not salty.
I had the special burger which was a little bit spicy. Fresh tomatoes with the natural sauce ooozzing out. For me it was a good meal although as the place is so small. There is the feeling of the market, that has music piping out, lots of people around and then going into the resturant where i counted 22 places inside and out. So it was nice to be cosy and close but if you dont like this, be aware.
We did have to Que but our mobile number was taken and we had a link to find out where we were in the que. It was supposed to be an hour but did not feel that long.

If you want a great tasting meal in a small and intimate place with lots of people around. This is the place to go.


Just went to the new place in Camden. Had a cheese burger and a bite of the 'special' which my mum had. The burgers and chips were delicious, cooked perfectly, and the staff very good and friendly


Delicious!! Can't stop thinking about those chips.. Truly the best I've eaten in London.


Great burger and great staff! But I do think the Honest in Brixton is slightly better.


Very pretentious take out burgers and chips. My burger was completely uncooked (not medium rare as advertised). Why bother with the rosemary salt etc if you can't get a basic burger right?


Was obviously lucky as there was no wait and got served straight away.... Delicious burger and yummy chips! Friendly staff and great atmosphere! Negatives: colder inside than out! Turn the air con off!!!


I would really expect TIme out to note that one of the notable things they do here is cater for coeliacs with their gluten free menu... or should I say actually that everything is gluten free except the bun, which they replace with a gluten free option from WAG Free Bakery in Brixton. Complete with gf beer this place is a truely great find and this central London branch brings much more interesting options to coeliacs the world over.


Superb tasty burgers, loved the rosemary salted chips too. My daughter recommended visiting here on out recent visit to London from up North - so glad we did ! Well worth it.

Tom Irwin

Sublime burger, and a genuine contender for best I've ever had. Had a 45 minute wait for a table, but given that the place has just opened and it was Friday night this was perfectly reasonable, and the guy on the door was friendly and welcoming, ringing us when a space became available. There was a good, buzzing ambience inside, and while it was full it never felt too loud or cramped. The burger itself was on the smaller side compared to somewhere like Byron, but it was just right and the quality of the ingredients was superb - the beef was incredibly tasty and I liked that they cook it rare-to-medium by default rather than cooking out all the flavour, which is pretty standard in most places (you can ask for it to be cooked how you like however). I don't normally really think about the quality of chips - a lot of places seem to consider them an afterthought so they end up just average. These were fantastic though - I'd never heard of rosemary salt before but it's delicious, and the texture was spot on. A limited but quality selection of beers were on the menu - I had the Sam Smiths Pale Ale which complemented the meal very well.