Eating Out


Byron burgers, another big name on the English food scene, is somewhere I love frequenting! So when they’ve got something new and exciting on the menu (they’ve always got something new and exciting on the menu), it’s just another excuse to visit.

That something at the moment is the Byronissimo, an Italian inspired burger. Apparently burgers are the next big thing in Italy at the moment and when Byron’s head chef caught wind, he was hot on their tails.

The result is Byronissimo – a Byron hamburger with an Italiano accent, featuring a 6oz patty with melting Fontina cheese, crispy pancetta and slow-cooked tomato relish, plus classic toppings of pickled red onion, tomato, shredded iceberg and mayonnaise – all wrapped up inside a classic glazed bun.

Just take a look at that beauty!

P went for the B-Rex – another limited edition, which was meant to stopped in April, but has stuck around to give the people what they want! The B-Rex lives up to its beastly name, a towering stack of an onion ring, streaky bacon, American cheese, jalapeños, pickles, onion, topped with BBQ sauce and mayonnaise.

P always makes sure we order an abundance of sides, saying he couldn’t possibly not have their deliciously crispy onion rings, fries and if we want to pig out why not throw in the skin on chips too, they are quite something!

The Byronissimo is only here for a short while longer, leaving 25th May (sorry I didn’t tell you sooner, to be quite honest I forgot to go until today!) – but maybe if you show it enough of a fuss, the kind folks behind Byron might consider bringing it back?

If you miss out on the Byronissimo I love the ‘Le Smokey’, or when if you’re feeling particularly brave the ‘Chilli Queen’, but be careful, it isn’t one for the faint hearted.


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