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Size isn't an issue, is it? It is all about quality.
Here Bite Me so not call these burgers sliders but instead 'mini-burgers'.
This menu of mini burgers has been developed by Young British Foodies 2015 award winner Adam Rawson.
What drew me to the restaurant, besides an intro offer, was the idea that Adam's mission is to "make the world a burger place". A great cause and definitely a way to get me to your restaurant.
The mini-burger restaurant menu is simple and to the point. he aim is for people to choose boxes of duo, trio or quad boxes for lunch/dinner. They even have a dozen option if you are feeling a bit hungry.
The lunch time deal seems worth it more to me. £7.50 for two sliders and fries seems okay.
I did not try the Lambtastic or The Pluck, but Kapil was happy with his choices, as was I. Both the Duck Me and BC were juicy and tasty. Although the burgers went after three or four big bites they were all delicious bites. There was a great depth to the burgers and If I had to choose a favourite it would be the BC. Well melted cheese and crispy bacon on top of a medium rare patty.
I'm glad that Bite Me Burger have moved close to my work. Although this is only a pop up, they have planned a permanent branch in Covent a garden too. This is a good place to have for group dinners, takeaways as well as a selfish glutton fest.
Let us join Bite Me Burger and "make the world a burger place".
GOOD TIMES: full flavoured burgers, four out of four
WATCH OUT: don't walk past the restaurant. They are sharing on 36 Kingsway near Holborn station
OMG: Duck Me was a good treat and the BC was better. Awesome.