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.
As well as being taken back to its original name, The Royal Oak has undergone a full external/internal makeover, approached with care and respect for this famous old building. We have also looked to improve all sides of our offer with new beers, wines and spirits, plus a delicious new food offer from Burgershack - offering some of the finest burgers in town!
Burgershack's ambition is pretty straightforward – to work closely with brilliant suppliers, use the very best ingredients and make delicious comfort food.
As well the regular menu fare, we're constantly tasting new things and developing new burgers and side dishes which we introduce and run for a week at a time. Every Saturday we switch from one off-menu special to another, run a kids' meal deal menu, and spin records on the beautiful vintage sound system.
Burgers, beers and good vibrations!
'A laid-back joint where high quality burgers and good times reign supreme.'
Karen Day, Cool Hunting
'A sort of burger temple.'
We The Food Snobs
'If you’re a true burger fan you’ll know all about the brilliant Burgerac app. Now the man behind London’s best guide has started his own project based on years of eating them.'
|Venue name:||The Royal Oak||Contact:|
74-76 York Street
|Opening hours:||Monday-Saturday: 12pm-11pm Sunday: 12pm-10.30pm|
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