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29 July 2014
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Patty & Bun Liverpool Street

22-23 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7PD

£15.00 Burgers , North American Moorgate, Liverpool Street
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  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11.30am-10pm (Thurs-Fri -11pm, Sat -9pm, Sun -6pm)

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Following the success of the original Patty & Bun in Marylebone, burger entrepreneur Joe Grossman has branched out with a second outlet across town. Occupying what was the Liverpool Street branch of dim sum chain Ping Pong, (directly opposite the UK’s busiest McDonald’s), the new 20-seater joint offers an affordable selection of handmade, British-bred patties in brioche buns – although there's a greater emphasis on high-speed takeaways. Either way, City types can expect an oddball line-up including everything from Smokey Robinson, Ari Gold and ‘hot chic’ chicken to a portobello mushroom version with slaw, garlic parsley butter and tarragon mayo. Smoked chicken wings, chips with rosemary salt and the odd weekly special complete the short menu, while the sharp drinks list includes an 'old skool selection' of soft drink favourites.

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  1. So after a day of dining in various destinations from a farm shop breakfast, a House of Ho Vietnamese lunch to a Bob Bob Ricard dessert, I ended the day in a burger shop in Liverpool Street. I made quite a lot of effort in my research but failed to realise that the new Liverpool street branch is actually more of a tiny takeaway, seating about twenty people perched up on wooden benches and tall tiny topped tables. Luckily it was quiet and deep down I was relieved, it meant I could be home by nine with a cup of tea and a blanket. I went for the Smokey Robinson £8.50 – caramelised onions, bacon, ketchup, smokey P&B mayo. Gorgeous, dripping, moist and dirty, just how I like it. The Brisket tots £5.50 with piri piri ketchup didn’t let me down, they were incredible with strands of super tender rich meat encased in crispy potato, we’re still thinking about them now...
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  2. When I was down there yesterday on my lunch break I decided to cheer myself up with a trip to Patty & Bun’s new branch on Liverpool Street. It’s more of a takeaway feel than their site in Fitzrovia, but the menu is the same – burgers and chips. The place pulled me in like it had a tractor beam. It’s set up sort of like a rustic version of McDonalds. You go to a counter, order your food and then you’re given a receipt (novel!). If you’re eating in then you can sit at one of the little tables around the sides of the restaurant but if you’re taking out you’re told to go outside and wait by a window for your food to be passed to you. I am not sure what they will do when it’s raining, or have really considered that people might want to wait in the “10-15 minute” wait for their food – I’m sure it’s a stumbling block they’ll overcome...
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  3. Published : Thursday, 24th April 2014

    Samphire and Salsify :: Patty&Bun, Liverpool Street

    My visit to the original Patty&Bun just off Oxford Street provided me with one of the tastiest (and messiest) burgers I’ve come across. The mahoosive queues have however put me off eating there every night, which is probably a good thing. When I heard there was a new one opening slap bang opposite Liverpool Street Station (by the McDonalds) I knew it was only a matter of time before I ended up there. It’s a small space which mainly caters for takeaways; given the area I imagine it’ll do very well. If like me you want to eat in however, you order at the counter, give them your name, grab one of the very few seats they have available and wait for your name to be bellowed...
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