Eating burgers in London is not exactly typical, but this site really deserves it. The owner is an Englishman ve lived for many years in the U.S. and on his return he said, in this city there is no place for a good hamburger so he started a big business. The guy hit the spot and I must admit that his rivals for the best burgers, also have some real good nuggets. I clarify that this is what you get, fried and more fried
A franchise with quality fast food and several around London. It reminds me of the typical Spanish Vips but somewhat more expensive and certainly richer. The service is pretty good and the menu, varied. They have a burger, the Giant, which is a real time bomb: beef, chicken, onion rings, etc. Definitely a recommended restaurant if you're in London and you want to have something "unhealthy".
The Hoghton Arms seems to blend in with the local stores as if it prefers not to be discovered. The decor is very Irish, with wooden tables, curtains with floral prints and a very nice wooden bar that is immune to the pint glasses continually being knocked against it. It mainly specializes in beers, but also offers a good selection of steaks and burgers.
When I first visited London, there were only a couple Byrons in the city but now there are tons. I went to the one near the British Museum. It's an interesting and modern place with an open kitchen. The burgers don't come with chips but they're pretty big on their own. Your best bet is to order chips to share if you're going in a group.
The centrally located Willow Grove combines a wide selection of beers with a daily menu that, although not very diverse and exquisite, is a proper meal. It's quite large and the quality provided makes it the ideal place to stop and regain strength. If you don't have much time, choose The Willow Grove.