You can get Honest Burgers everywhere now, so much so that you might mistake it for a McDonald’s or God forbid, a GBK. The South Kensington location is your saving grace when you’ve been roped into doing culture with some young people, and where you can grab a great burger with a side of posh rosemary fries. Is it the best burger in London? It’s not, but we would put it in the top ten. And they serve alcohol as a bonus.
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