Amongst the slew of burger joints popping up left, right and centre, this Charlotte Street spot looks to do things a little differently. There's Champagne, for starters, as well as cocktails with a twist and small plates including prawn ceviche and a chicken and chorizo pâté with red onion compote and toast. Still not convinced? Try the 'experimental' events on Mondays and Saturdays - your chance to tuck into things like kangaroo, alligator and ostrich.
The burgers here are made with rare-breed beef from farms in Kent, Essex and Yorkshire, with Dexter, Longhorn and Red Lincoln cattle the chosen breeds. The patties are seared hot and fast on a Kopa charcoal oven, with cherry, English plum and hickory wood used to give things a little extra smoky flavour.
There's variety to the burgers, too. A Bobo is pretty much your classic burger but there's one with peanut butter, a lobster and crab burger, a spicy 'capsicum' burger (a beef and chorizo patty with manchego, tomato and chilli salsa, fresh chillies, lettuce, tomatoes, charcoal-roasted red onions, Bobo sauce and jalapeno mayo) and even one with wagyu beef - coming in at a cool £20.