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- 51%Luxury Travelers
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Member Reviews (11)
- Meat LiquorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Dec 16, 2013
With all the menu items under £10 and greasy enough to satisfy the most insatiable appetite, Meat Liquor is a great choice for the budget traveler looking for a hip meal out. The menu boasts two categories - the Meat and Liquor of the name. Big, juicy, and served without plates, this was an early contender on London's gourmet burger scene. We hear the burgers here even satisfy the American clients, know to be much choosier than their British cousins.
- Meat LiquorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Sep 06, 2013
As a Yank I love that the burger is being raised to the art form it is in London at the moment, and Meat Liquor serves one of the best. Juicy, not too tall and thus awkward to bite, with tangy pickles and gooey cheese...if it wasn't for my Catholic guilt I think I would have ordered a second. The "Liquor" to the "Meat" is also well done, with a good selection of red wine and cocktails (a front runner for Most Disconcerting Cocktail Name is surely the Time of the Month) although beers are just so-so. My Belgian lager came in a can and was £4. Meat Liquor is proudly punk, each table is equipped with a roll of paper towels and its own ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise, and your food will be served on one communal tray. It's often packed, no reservations are taken, so get there early, and get your Meat on.
- Meat LiquorMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersWellness+ 1Aug 29, 2013
Delicious burgers close to Oxford Street (Bond Street) in a fake but still interesting underground atmosphere. Burgers are served on a trolley and you have kitchen rolls instead of napkins...do not expect anything fancy but everything is super tasty!
- Meat LiquorFeb 08, 2013
If you're missing North American style burgers this is the place. It puts all pub burgers to shame and although somewhat pricey it is value for money as you're getting a huge quality burger and a generous side of fries/onion rings/etc. TRY the fried pickles as an appy. YUM and the hard shakes are also so delicious. Just try not to eat your body weight :)
- Meat LiquorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jan 26, 2013
Second visit has confirmed that this is hands down one of the best burgers in London. Brought a chef on this visit and he fully agrees. However, the deep fried pickles are a bit of a waste, as they're thinly sliced as opposed to thick spears.
- Meat LiquorMember ofLuxury TravelersNightlife LoversTrendstersFirst to ReviewOct 22, 2012
When you have that much bourbon, with burgers that banging in a bar above a strip club, you'll wonder how you lived without it. Welcome to MEATliquor, BarChick’s new best friend (and will be until it makes us fat). This place definitely is the most stylish burger bar in town with its neon red lighting, punk painted walls, butcher shop blinds and blood splats all over the place. It's wicked, and when BarChick visited in the early evening the music was rocking so who knows what kicks off later at night. Get a booth/sit on stools and the burgerettes (waitresses) will keep you well fed and watered.
So you have to eat, but hey Yianni didn’t get that good at making burgers for nothing. Plus the food is up there: burgers, chili fries, onion rings and the coconut cream pie must not be neglected, unless you are watching your waistline in which case leave or go for the rabbit food. BarChick says get stuck in, and with Harley Street around the corner you’ll be in perfect hands if you do decide to have a heart attack.
The bar is wicked, the liquors are caged, and the walls are scribbled with rules such as “no shirtc*cking” “no light petting” and “no gerbils”, classic. The drinks have been designed to be lunchtime friendly for those of you who aren’t allowed to return to the office drunk. They were all delicious, and mostly served in jam jars and often over a massive rock of ice which you can watch them hand cut, Eskimo stylee. The Full English Martini is one for you Heston fans: Bombay Sapphire stirred down with Vermouth with a side of picked quail egg and bacon; BarChick’s kinda breakie. The Cyder Car is a West Country twist on the classic, and the Southern Comfort based Memphis Steamer is the stronger of their drinks, and seriously delicious. We’ll probably see you in there.
- Meat LiquorJul 24, 2012
incredible incredible incredible. Being a huge burger fan, I was always curious why this place generated such large queues. We went for a late lunch on a weekday and now i understand why. INCREDIBLE. Remember that there is no way you can reserve so try avoid the general hunger rush hours. And you must try.. well everything. Even their take on greek salad is incredible, i'm greek, i would know! Give their onion rings a go to. I have now been converted to a regular, and i'm sure you will be too. A must be place, worth the wait and remember, no children after 6pm.
(They also require your entire party to be present before they give you a table, so make sure you`re not late!)
- Meat LiquorFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
The food here is incredible. Meat, cheese, deep fried pickles. And what a treat to have such a comprehensive list of Malbec wines to go with all that meat. This is how I imagine a really good burger bar in the States would be. Sometimes eating a bit of the filling before attempting to lift a steak sandwich to your mouth is a good idea - to avoid ending up with a dry cleaning bill the next day.