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Honest Burgers is a burger joint at Brixton Village. Aged beef patty sourced from the Ginger Pig is used and a range of drinks are available.

Ranked #3988 of 5241 restaurants in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 16:00

TUE

12:00 - 22:30

WED

12:00 - 22:30

THU

12:00 - 22:30

FRI

12:00 - 22:30

SAT

12:00 - 22:30

SUN

12:00 - 22:00

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By Sarah C.

Absolutely amazing burgers, great portion size too. Chips are cooked with rosemary salt and taste delicious - very moreish! Gluten free option is available, and they do a nice gluten free lager as well. Only problem is it gets full up really quickly so you have to get there early or they normally take your number and call you when a table is available. Really recommend trying this place!


By Farah S.

Lauded as one of the best burgers in London, Honest is definitely worth a trip to appreciate what all the fuss is about.

The Venue
Brixton Village is officially the new food-hub of the south. Critics are raving about it, and locals are wishing they’d keep quiet so it could remain their own personal gem. Honest Burgers fits snugly into one of the busiest little units in the market, so be prepared to queue. A friendly clipboard man will jot your name down on the list and give you three rings when your table is ready. Put the waiting time to good use by exploring what the neighbours have to offer.

The Atmosphere
Inside it’s a simple affair, a few wooden tables, exposed light bulbs, an open grill and the menu chalked up on the main wall. There are also seats outside, and they do try to cram as many customers in as possible, so there might be a bit of elbow bashing with whomever you’re sitting next to. Despite staff working at a rate of knots, you’re not made to feel rushed. The excitement of fellow diners is palpable: some of them first timers, others in knowing anticipation of what’s in store.

The Food
The menu is uncomplicated. Chicken or cauliflower and corn fritters are available, but why deviate from the main attraction? The 35-day-aged, British beef patty, courtesy of Ginger Pig is obviously the star of the show (£7-£8.50). Succulent and deliciously pink-centred, it melts in the mouth. The subtly sweet bun absorbs the meat juices well, and doesn’t need any more dressing up than a bit of iceberg lettuce and some red onion relish.

Of course there are optional extras: a slice of just-melted mature cheddar, red leicester or stilton; smoked bacon; and pickled cucumber. There’s always a daily special too, which might include a very tasty homemade bbq sauce, if you're lucky. Portion size is perfect, so the burger itself is easy to handle without having to dismantle or seek refuge in a knife and fork - key criteria for a successful burger. And an alternative bun from WAG’s bakery just a few units down also draws in the wheat and gluten free crowds. Chips come as standard: triple cooked to a golden crunch, and doused in addictive rosemary sea-salt.

The Drink
Recently licensed, they’re now able to offer wine by the beaker (just one choice of either white or red), and bottles of Amstel or Sambrook beer. Soft drinks include homemade lemonade, served with ice and a stripy straw.

The Last Word
Believe the hype. Honest Burgers lives up to its well deserved reputation.

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