Hache information

With a family feel, excellent service and fine ingredients, sampling Hache's burgers is a definite must for those in Camden.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 22:30


12:00 - 22:30


12:00 - 22:30


12:00 - 22:30


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 22:30

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Hache reviews

By J.

I love my burgers and, sadly, MacDonalds have been letting me down lately but Hache come to the rescue with their tasty, no imitations fast food. I'd recommend a burger in Hache any day of the week. Mooo!

By Amir G.

Found the place on Google and it looked amazing so decided to try it out. First, the burger was overcooked, even slightly burnt on the outside, was relatively thin compared to GBK and the like, but the taste itself was nice. They obviously use good produce, shame about the cooking. I guess it didn't help having a sign on the door saying "Chef wanted".... perhaps that's why ;) The bun was a ciabatta bread, which on itself would have been nice, but as a burger bun- NO! Seriously, don't you guys prefer a soft bun with your burger? I know I do. Quite disappointed, and probably wont go again. So far, the best burger place has been Automat.... try it and understand ;)

By A.

I consider myself something of an expert on burgers and with the recent rise of so called gourmet burger places I have been in my element. Hache is the best I have been to so far. It has a nice venue, relaxed atmosphere, excellent staff, and the burgers are very reasonably priced and delicious.

I would also recommend trying one of Hache's fruit smoothies. They are great for detox on a Sunday afternoon. If you were thinking of going there stop reading this and Go!

By Alfie W.

Set against the hustle and bustle of the notoriously frantic Camden High Street is one of London’s original answers to the kind of gourmet burgers trotted out all over the US.

The Venue
Haché, or 'ashay' as it is pronounced, can be found on Inverness Street, occupying one of a handful of spaces bordering the fruit, veg and knock-off clothing stalls peppering this part of town. It's a matter of seconds away from Camden Town tube so it proves a popular pre-party spot for many a shoe-gazer. Haché has a striking wooden terrace which sets the entrance back from the frenzied activity of the market, and it makes use of large patio-style doors that provide significant light, as well as a healthy reminder of all that bartering and barking outside. Although it is somewhat narrow, Haché stretches pretty far back, and as you step past the café-like first half of the space you'll be greeted by an impressively contemporary dining space.

The Atmosphere
As well as being in a vibrant part of London, Haché prides itself on being more of a continental brasserie than a burger bar, so expect to find a mixture of nationalities (the staff hail from Spain, Italy, French and beyond). The service is certainly attentive and everything is done with a smile; the happiness of the staff echoing the cheery nature of the restaurant - there's even a bit of glitz, courtesy of some colourfully painted (and glittered) toilets. Everything about the space suggests something a little more considered than a simple burger joint, and little touches such as flower fairy lights and birdcage lamp shades create a charming atmosphere.

The Food
For those whom can manage one, there's a pretty enticing dessert menu. Haché’s classic chocolate brownies (£4.95) are served either with whipped cream or some of Haché’s very popular ice cream, and in a nod to the spiritual home of the burger there's a very good New York cheesecake (£4.95), which is served drizzled in a lovely raspberry coulis. For those looking for a lighter dessert there are ice creams and sorbets, with flavours such as vanilla pod, dulce de leche granizado, dark chocolate and 'juicy' lemon.

The Drink
Although the décor might perhaps be deceiving, make no mistake: Haché has all the makings of a traditional burger joint, even serving up their own hand-blended milkshakes (£3.95) with Oreo, peanut butter and strawberry and cream on the menu. If you fancy something boozy then there's a healthy choice of beer with Corona (£3.75), Hoegaarden (£3.95), Peroni (£3.75) and Budvar (£3.75) all stocked by the bottle. Wines range from £14-£27 and there is a relatively diverse collection with bottles from Australia, South Africa, France, Argentina, Italy, New Zealand and California.

The Last Word
Haché successfully blends an upmarket brassiere feel with the kind of no-nonsense burger menu we all know and love. Its location in the heart of Camden only adds to the appeal.

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