Cosy, no-frills, independently minded Honest Burgers has gone down a storm in Brixton Village, and its two energetic young owners have now planted their cut-price offer in the middle of Soho. The quality of HB's custom-built patties – made with 35-day-aged beef (from The Ginger Pig) and served on a glazed brioche bun with triple-cooked, skin-on chips and rosemary salt – explains its growing reputation as one of the best joints of its kind in town. Free-range chicken and veggie versions are also available, and the fact that prices peak at just £9 is a bonus. No bookings, but the queues move quickly and it's worth knowing that the place is now licensed – if you fancy a Sam Smith's organic lager, a Hendrick's G&T with cucumber or a carafe of Sussex rosé.
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