When I first moved to London I thought that the most glamorous burger I’d get would be under Golden Arches, but now I’m a bit more savvy I’m completely addicted to burger spots in London. There are so many now, but Duke’s Brew and Que is one of my favourites.
Duke’s Brew and Que is situated on a suburban street in Dalston in what used to be a typical East End pub. I’ve tried pretty much everything from the limited menu. Don’t let ‘limited’ put you off though. I love the pulled pork sliders; the beefburger (oozing Monterey Jack cheese and burger sauce), the sticky ribs and the New York cheesecake. Yep, all of it. They also do an American-style brunch at weekends that’s hard to beat this side of the Thames.
It’s best to book in advance because it does get pretty busy – even during the week. While we’ve still got a bit of summer left you can take advantage of the outdoor seating area too – you’ll find a host of burger-lovin’ regulars out there.