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Meat Liquor has teamed up with The Harwood Arms to create a Michelin-star burger

Laura Richards

If you’re going to be mopping up burger grease from your mouth, hands, chin, etc (mate, how did it get there?) why not make it gourmet grease? For one night only, legendary patty-peddler Meat Liquor is teaming up with London’s Michelin-starred gastropub The Harwood Arms to deliver something that sounds pretty groundbreaking: the Dead Bambi burger.

Yeah, it sounds a bit mean. But you’ll put your conscience to one side when you discover what’s been conjured up through this burger collab. The gastropub’s twist on Meat Liquor’s classic Dead Hippie burger will include double fallow deer and pork patties, bone marrow celeriac remoulade, aged cheddar and – for true London pub vibes – pickled walnuts. The burger is then garnished with cauliflower-cheese croquettes, so it’s practically a pub roast in burger form. Oh, and there are obvs fries on the side.

Pimped-up burgers come at a cost. The one-day patty party being held at Meat Liquor’s Queensway branch within Queens: Skate, Dine, Bowl on Sunday June 4 costs £25 (plus booking fee) per person. But tickets not only include that big old burger, but a Jägermeister ripple ice cream for afters, plus a glass of malbec or a can of Meantime lager.

Bravo, Meat Liquor. What a good i-deer.

The Dead Bambi is available at Meatliquor at Queens: Skate, Dine, Bowl on Sunday June 4. Tickets are available from     

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