This Marylebone boozer, just around the corner from Regent's Park and Baker Street, boasts burgers from Burgershack, which means food from burger expert, Burgerac. His patties and buns are served alongside a drinks list of real ales, recognisable lagers and a concise wine list kicking off with seasonal house white and red (supplied by Borough Wines) at £16.60.
Some might remember this York Street location as home to The Temperance, but Golden Age Public Houses (also behind The Prince in Stoke Newington) have brought it back to its original moniker, giving it a new lick of paint in the process. Expect a slick traditional pub look and some cool tunes from a vintage sound system - using vinyl, of course.
Burgershack's burgers use meat from Nathan Mill's south-east London chop shop, The Butchery. The cheeseburger ('the dirty one') comprises a 6oz beef patty, American cheese, onion, pickles, ketchup and mustard, while 'the posh one' adds Keen's cheddar, crispy pancetta, chipotle burger sauce and iceberg lettuce. Big Apple hot dogs feature, too.
Alongside our 12 keg lines and 4 cask lines, we serve seasonal cocktails, fine wines, fresh coffee and house-made soft drinks.
Our menu is inspired by classic pub fare with a focus on delivering high quality Great British ingredients with maximum flavour and minimum fuss. We offer a weekday Express lunch menu, and Sunday roasts with an emphasis on sharing between friends and family. We produce fresh bar snacks daily. Join us!
|Venue name:||The Royal Oak||Contact:|
74-76 York Street
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 12–11pm, Saturday 12-11pm, Sunday closed|
|Transport:||Marylebone / Edgware Road|
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