Gourmet Burger Kitchen Greenwich

45 Greenwich Church Street , London, SE10 9BL

SquareMeal Review of Gourmet Burger Kitchen Greenwich

GBK, founded in South London over 10 years ago, was ahead of the curve in as regards specialising in burgers & Antipodean flavours – which is what differentiates it from the now-plentiful competition. High-profile Kiwi chef Peter Gordon (of Providores & Kopapa fame) has consulted on the brand since the start, & his influence is felt across the menu of burgers & fusion salads, sharing plates & sides. Beef patties on a soft sesame bun are the starting point for most of the burgers, though you will also find bean, buffalo & chicken variants (try them with satay sauce or added Camembert & cranberry). Imports from the land of the long white cloud such as burgers with beetroot, egg & pineapple, alongside bottles of L&P (Lemon & Paeroa), will give cheer to homesick New Zealanders.

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Cutty Sark Tube Station 73m

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Address: 45 Greenwich Church Street , London SE10 9BL

Area: Greenwich

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-10pm (Thurs-Fri -11pm) Sat-Sun 11am-11pm (Sun -10pm)


Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 6.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 3.0

Kerry O. 08 August 2011

Whilst the staff are friendly enough, the style of service (you order everything at the counter) can be a little frustrating if there is a large group of customers unfamiliar with the menu in front of you. My husband wanted another drink halfway through his meal and had to wait at the bar for over 5 minutes,behind people ordering food. The food, however, quickly makes up for any annoyance experienced ordering the food as it's both plentiful and tasty. Overall I would say it's slightly over priced, but it is in the heart of greenwich and it's a slightly nicer option than most other places in the area. Pretty small though.