23 August 2014

Haché Fulham

329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL

£28.00 Burgers West Brompton

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  • Wine: £15.95
  • Champagne: £29.95
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-10.30pm (Thurs -11pm Fri-Sat -11.15pm Sun -10pm)

Square Meal Review of Haché Fulham ?

“Haché is reclaiming the burger for adults”, notes a fan of this modest family- owned chain, which eschews hipster grunge, lurid lights and thundering music in favour of sophisticated interiors, shaker-style walls, pastel shades and chandeliers. It may not be hip, but the burgers themselves are top-notch: served in soft brioche or crisp ciabatta and timed to perfection, they’re “freshly made, hot and tasty”. Around 20 different types are on show, and the sheer range is astonishing: the Italian-themed steak milano is a big hit, but you could also plump for a Louisiana (including a dollop of crunchy peanut butter), jerk chicken, Asian-inspired aromatic duck, pulled pork or falafel with sweetcorn. Sides are spot-on (try the sweet-potato fries) and desserts are of the gut-busting variety (sticky toffee pudding etc). Drinks range from ‘”reasonably priced” wines to boozy milkshakes.

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  1. Haché Fulham

    329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
    Overall rating:
    Continental Diner
      Platinum Reviewer  (110)

    • Food & Drink: 9
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 9
    • Value: 8

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  2. Haché Fulham

    329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
    Overall rating:
    Marcus H.

    • Food & Drink: 8
    • Service: 5
    • Atmosphere: 5
    • Value: 9

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  3. Haché Fulham

    329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
    Overall rating:
    Hilary S.

    • Food & Drink: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Atmosphere: 10
    • Value: 10

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  4. Haché Fulham

    329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
    Overall rating:
    Sabrina's Passions
      Gold Reviewer  (91)
    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

    • Food & Drink: 4
    • Service: 4
    • Atmosphere: 6
    • Value: 5

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  5. Haché Fulham

    329-331 Fulham Road, London SW10 9QL
    Overall rating:
      Gold Reviewer  (49)
    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
    Editor's pick

    • Food & Drink: 9
    • Service: 9
    • Atmosphere: 8
    • Value: 8

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  1. The other day neither Pascal nor I had eaten all day (Bikram has magical powers) but it was suddenly 6pm and we thought we should eat or we might collapse or even worse!!Pascal had a craving for nachos but unfortunately there aren't many Mexicans in Fulham other than one restaurant which doesn't look particularly appetising (unless you have had several cocktails and shots beforehand). We then drooled over the menu at Honky Tonk only to find that it was closed - aahhhhhhhhh! I know this isn't a world wide problem but we were really stumped as to where to go. We considered staying in and cooking Old El Paso nachos but as we didn't have Arabella, we were quite keen to head out.I searched online for anywhere selling nachos nearby and came up with Hache Burger. Hache is a family run restaurant that was established in 2004 in North London, they then set up shop in Chelsea and have consequently opened another two venues in Shoreditch and Clapham in recent years. I had been here but years ago and so was quite happy to try it again. It is a very "cute" place as it has these gorgeous Japanese style fairy / flower blossom lights and there are plenty of mirrors, dark wood and low lighting that creates an ambiance. It almost feels romantic which is extremely rare for a burger joint! Plus it literally serves every burger you can think of from an All-Day-Breakfast burger with bacon, mushrooms and a fried egg to a Thai Fish burger which is a mix of cod and smoked mackerel with exotic Thai herbs and spices served with a sweet chilli sauce and topped with spring onions and shaved cucumber....now you don't get that in McDonald's. They also do the usual run of the mill cheese burgers and salads if you prefer to stick to what you know.Hache Burger MenuObviously we had the nachos to start - to be honest there was not much choice - but this was what we wanted in the first place. In typical oink oink style we gobbled the whole lot down so quickly and forgot to take a photo - duh. There is a photo on their website (see below) and I can tell you they were nice. I think homemade would have been better though as these were seriously lacking cheese and also we ran out of dips pretty early on - if they had been generous with the extras they could have been very good. I won't be rushing back to them though.The burgers fared a lot better! Pascal had the Reblochon Burger which was topped with Reblochon cheese (obvs) and red onion chutney. It was cooked blue and he chose a brioche bun (you can also have ciabatta).I had the Blue Cheese burger which was topped with mature Stilton - I went for a "skinny" version so it came with salad rather than a bun.For sides Pascal had the rocket and Parmesan.And the potato wedges with salsa and garlic mayonnaise.And I had the coleslaw.I could have easily had onion rings as well but you have to draw the line somewhere!!So the verdict....the meat was excellent, really good beef and absolutely delicious. We both enjoyed our burgers and they were cooked to our liking but maybe we ordered wrong as the toppings just weren't right. I did not have enough cheese (I am getting to that point when I need to ask myself is there ever enough?!) and Pascal's chutney was very very sweet. The sides were really good - the wedges were excellent, they had some kind of Cajun flavouring and were really tasty as was the garlic mayo although the salsa had a bit too much of a kick to it for Pascal. I adored the the rocket and Parmesan - one of the best I have ever had although Pascal thought it needed more rocket. Finally the coleslaw was yum, fresh and not laden with sauce.We didn't have pudding although there were many great suggestions on the menu such as brownies and banoffee pie but there was no room left in our tummies.I think we will definitely head back another time, especially if we were popping to the cinema or for a quick lunch. Although I would definitely try a different burger as would Pascal (I am already thinking maybe the Roast Pulled Pork with crispy pancetta topped with an onion ring and coleslaw)!For me, it's no Shake Shack or Five Guys but it is nice to have a burger in a pretty sit down restaurant with good service. Plus the high light of the night - you get smarties with the bill! Sometimes it really is the little things that count!!http://www.hacheburgers.com/329-331 Fulham RoadLondonSW10 9QLTel: 020 7823 3515Email: [email protected]

  2. Published : Thursday, 5th September 2013

    Wrap Your Lips Around This :: Hache

    The ambience inside Hache is unambiguously romantic; low lighting illuminates bleached wooden furniture, and framed mirrors line the walls, draped with whimsical flower blossom fairy lights. As if to drive the point home, toilet doors are painted in a bright pink glitter – Hache is a burger establishment most definitely geared towards the girls. The shear variety of the menu puts other burger joints to shame; it seems as if anything you can put between buns, has been. This includes shoulder of lamb with mint sauce or harissa, crispy duck with hoisin sauce, and Thai fishcakes with sweet chilli sauce. The beef patties are made of lean chopped steak (and on the menu referred to as steak) and delivered fresh daily from a farm in Ayrshire, and buns are either ciabatta or brioche...
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  3. Published : Saturday, 27th July 2013

    Munch My Way :: Haché, Chelsea

    I once tried Hache burger at their New St joint in Shoreditch and it was ok but today, it was a completely different experience! The burgers offered here varies from beef, lamb, chicken, fish and even vegetarian version...
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  4. Published : Sunday, 21st April 2013

    Bears Bites :: Hache, Fulham Road

    Haché is what you might now consider a small chain, with their most recent restaurant opening up in Clapham and another in Camden and Shoreditch. Suzie and Berry Casey opened their first restaurant in 2004 and since then it has gone from strength to strength...
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