Time Out says
Reasonably priced, imaginative burgers that boast quality, locally sourced meat. The menu includes regular specials and interesting vegetarian options.
There’s no disputing the quality of the burgers at Patty Smith’s – the beef is locally sourced, well-seasoned and cooked medium rare, although the team behind the restaurant seem to like to keep their punters guessing, and are always searching for inspiration for new burgers and specials.
If you’re spoilt for choice, then the Dirty Burger is a good place to start. It includes a juicy patty topped with a mild cheese sauce, rather than a slice, and fresh salad, all housed in a soft sweet brioche bun; great when ordered alone (£5), even better with a serving of chips (£6.50). Non-meat eaters aren’t left out either – The Leaf Eater is a smoky beetroot and black bean burger, topped with tomato jam, mature cheddar, pickled red cabbage and baby gem lettuce.