UK Quick Chop! Fatburger UK

Fatburger, Unit 3/10 Jamestown Road, NW1 7BY, London

On The Chopping Board (OTCB) was recently invited to Fatburger to try out some of their menu items. All food and drink was provided free of charge. One of our #OTCBontourer's was in London and was able to visit Fatburger UK. Fatburger is an LA-based burger chain serving burgers in several sizes, plus other classic fast-food options. It was founded in 1947 after World War II and started off as a popular hamburger stand in South Los Angeles. It now has various shops all around the world.



The Fatburger menu gives you the option to build your own burger and you can choose from beef patties of varying sizes (single, double, triple, and quad) along with add-ons such as egg, bacon, cheese, chilli, mushrooms and guacamole. You can even choose your favourite condiments such as mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, relish and mustard.

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How would you like your burger?
For those of you who are not into beef, there were other options such as chicken, turkey and veggie burgers and other low carb options (skinny burger and a wrap). Also, the Fatburger menu offers various options for sides such as fat fries, skinny fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings and chilli cheese fries as well as milkshakes.... an option for everyone!

When visiting a new burger joint, we always like to go for their classic burger or cheeseburger. We tend to feel that this is a good indication of how the rest of the menu will be. So with this in mind, we order the classic single burger with cheese, and the “the works” which consisted of all condiments mentioned above. For sides, we ordered skinny fries, sweet potato fries and a coke.

The burger came out and overall was a good size. It wasn't too small or large allowing it to be easy to handle as well as keeping all the contents in. The beef patty was cooked medium and it wasn’t greasy or sloppy like some other burger chains that we have been to.

Our Burger
This burger had your typical flavour profile and was as a classic burger should be, a nice juicy patty, crunch from the lettuce and some tang from the pickles. If the bun had been softer (think brioche) it would have increased the overall flavour of the burger - but this is just my personal preference... I love a brioche bun!

The sweet potato fries were nicely cooked with nice crunchy outer and soft, fluffy innards. The potato skinny fries were not heavily salted or oily. The good thing about having fries which are not too salty is that it allows the patron to season their items accordingly.

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Nice and crunchy fries

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...and the sweet potato fries
Overall, if you need a quick meal and like the novelty of creating your own burger then this is something you could consider. In terms of price point, my meal deal (burger, fries and coke) came to 11 pounds which is still cheaper than some other other gourmet burger chains out there. Service was quick and easy and they even bring it to the table.


Fatburger Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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