It isn’t often I feel compelled to blog about a new burger, but sometimes something comes along that just can’t be allowed to pass by without comment. Just in time for the hangover season, burger maestros Patty & Bun and Flat Iron steakhouse have joined forces to create ‘The Iron Patty’ (£12), which consists of a chunky Galloway mince beef patty, crispy sweet Roscoff onions, fontina ‘goo’ (buttery liquid cheese, basically), dripping and lashings of truffled mayo, all enbunned in shiny brioche.
I had the immense privilege of having it for lunch last week, which was amazing, because it tastes fantastic and retains a good level of sloppiness despite cast-iron structural integrity, but also awful, because I had to go back to work afterwards and my goodness if the thing isn’t industrial-grade nap fuel.
Sadly, the Iron Patty is only available at P&B’s Soho restaurant and Flat Iron Golborne Road, which is terrible news for anyone in East London, but it is around until 22nd December.
Author: Emily Gibson
Emily is an urban adventurer, blogger and
glutton foodie on an epic quest to uncover the best things to eat, drink and do in London. She lives in Islington and loves ceviche, cycling and magic shows. Lifelong nemeses include beetroot, beards and wine served in tumblers.